Reporting on Musk provides a distraction for somewhat more serious events.
Chances of getting diverse views and news on Twitter are higher now.
Yes, I think so. No extensions other than Stylus.
Not seeing it with Brave on Ubuntu.
Switching to X11 should just be a matter of selecting it in the login screen. Ksnip should then be fully functional. The choice will stick until...
Could you elaborate? And are you on Wayland (echo $XDG_SESSION_TYPE)? Some features of ksnip don't work on Wayland:...
Not the solution you want, but Featherpad, a small qt-based text editor in the standard repos, opens new docs to the right. But it lacks block...
@longshots thanks for posting this. It certainly removes certain illusions.
And my needs are limited :D
So far, I get what I want with the Brave search engine.
Another (quicker) way to show the same information:
> ~ $ apt policy firefox brave-browser
Got the patch on Kubuntu 20.04.
The application is cross-platform.
No doubt, Gimp, Pinta, KolourPaint, etc are all wonderful!
I've set up a "service menu" (somewhat like Thunar's custom action) for the convert...
I myself am more than "a tad buggy" and have no problem accepting bugginess in software as long as the positives outweigh the negatives :D
Yes. On Linux I use "convert", provided by ImageMagick (which is in the repos of most distros). There are several Brave icons and I darkened the...
I haven't had problems with *buntu but still decided to give EndeavourOS (with the Sway community spin) a try on a Dell laptop (with an i3 CPU; no...
I've been using Firefox direct from Mozilla (ht tps://www. mozilla. org/en-US/firefox/download/thanks/) for ~10 years without noticeable issues.
I guess it'll depend on the user's usage. Some extensions may not work, some folders may not be accessible but if users already use snaps they may...
The next Ubuntu LTS (and maybe a preceding version or two) will have the snap version by default, FWIW.
Thank you for clarifying!
Did they totally reverse the autocomplete issue in Calc? I'm staying with 7.1 for now.
Also from 2013, https://security.stackexchange.com/questions/39118/how-can-i-protect-myself-from-this-kind-of-clipboard-abuse
pgrep systemd or systemctl --help?
BTW, have you dumped Arch forever?
Since MX Linux is Debian-based: https://wiki.debian.org/DontBreakDebian#Don.27t_make_a_FrankenDebian has the PPA caution.
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