I'm not going to do it on EVERYTHING, but it helps with the home timeline which is very multilingual.
Maybe setting up #OpenNMT might be a good start?
#pleaseboost as this is not, I think, common knowledge.
When I wake my laptop after a low battery forced sleep, this mouse glitch happens.
I think it's beautiful, but I'm afraid to lose it. Any ideas what might be causing it?
When I $recordmydesktop from #cli the output does not capture the glitch, which makes me think it's refresh rate related or almost electrical? I have no clue how to research this.
my repo of #madonctl utils includes a wee revision to the notification template that has a paperclip emoji for attachments. visual without being overwhelming. when i finish the theme for everything, it ought to help highlight those toots which require opening up the URL on to truly understand.
anyways along the process i learned more about #Go templates, especially as it relates to dealing with arrays and conditionals, so that's always fun. they may be fugly, but being able to have so much control over the format of dynamic content is really nice. god damn curly braces though, shit. Lisp parens are nothing!
added support for at least a single attachment in my #madonctl scripts repo. holy conditional mess. i should have used a more standard form for the overloaded `toot` but now that i'm used to it AND i've advertised it a bit around, meh. also included is a command to set up my preferred layout in `tmux` which may or may not be useful.
#bash #programming #cli
let's all remember to support accessibility. i imagine it's likely that there are #blind folks amongst us that can't actually see the pictures you're posting. include a little text about it. you've got 500 characters after all, use it!
also, those of us using the command line will appreciate it too :)