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devin
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Originally posted by Xkeeper
reverse psychology is a lot easier than i remember it being

I did it in an incognito window because I knew it was just a cookie ban, I'm not stupid
Kak
Posts: 1803/1817
Originally posted by Xkeeper
I remember when I used multiple monitors.

I mean I still do, at work, but mostly I use my laptop at home these days.
I would use the spare monitor with this laptop... if there currently was enough space on the desk, that is.

I remember using it mostly to have random youtube videos on one side and Notepad++ / IRC on the other, so yeeeaah.
Xkeeper
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reverse psychology is a lot easier than i remember it being
devin
Posts: 3454/3472
I tried it and it doesn't. You can do it now, it's fine
Xkeeper
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I wonder if that still bans people.

Don't try it, of course.
devin
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Originally posted by Xkeeper
I mostly just go to a different forum and change the id to 99, but it's fun to hear all the different ways we have of finding our ways here.


RIP me the time I was basically half-awake typing blind and tried to navigate to id=--
Bloodstar
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I'd be lost on a single monitor, nowadays. Being able to tuck some always-visible stuff onto other monitors is just too useful for me to give up anymore.

I need a new laptop sometime anyway, Apple's dropping support for the 2011 machines soon... which is a shame, it still runs fine, is in great condition, does everything I need it to.

Maybe I'll just throw Mint on it, provided it doesn't give me too much trouble.
Xkeeper
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I remember when I used multiple monitors.

I mean I still do, at work, but mostly I use my laptop at home these days.
Bloodstar
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Yeah, I've had to retake shots a couple times because of titlebar transparency fun.

It's not usually as much an issue in terminal windows, though, considering I generally keep them on my center monitor and don't tuck anything behind them.
Xkeeper
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Well, depending on where you live, that might not be illegal any more.

Elemi
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Originally posted by Xkeeper
It's pretty, but you have to make sure that you don't have anything behind it that you don't want to get carried along if you take a screenshot, like conversations or documents or other such.

It could honestly be worse, I have seen people selling surfboards on facebook forgetting about the fact that there is a bong and a grinder that have failed to be cropped out.

And on the topic of transparency I think it makes for a bit of an eyesore, scrap it for the GPU performance gain.
Xkeeper
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It's pretty, but you have to make sure that you don't have anything behind it that you don't want to get carried along if you take a screenshot, like conversations or documents or other such.
Bloodstar
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Transparency is pretty, I guess!

I had a terminal setup a while back - yellow on deep transparent blue. Looked super nice, and if I can find/recreate that setup, I'll slap a screenshot in here.

It might be the same thing that had people upset about the interface changes from Windows 7 to 8. Shiny and transparent to... flat.

It didn't bother me too much because it was so much easier to hone in on a nice titlebar color, and at least you could change that, unlike early versions of Windows 10...
Xkeeper
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It can be good in some cases, but I agree.

I'm actually trying to figure out why I like terminals to have transparency, because it seems to cause problems for me and the aesthetic increase isn't really that big.
Bloodstar
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It does, indeed, display color. I kinda prefer mono, though, 'cause again, transparency
Xkeeper
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I forget, but I think it's an option in the program itself, or if you enable xterm-256color mode or whatever.
Bloodstar
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I never quite figured out how to get Elinks to display in color. It just... kinda did on some systems, never did on others.

I might give it a try, though I think I might actually prefer it as-is. I'm still a sucker for transparency in terminals.
Xkeeper
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Nice work

Elinks works pretty well... Lynx itself is really basic, almost to the point of being all but useless. Though elinks can also usually show some colors, too
Bloodstar
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I remember having to use Lynx instead of Links to browse it, as a result.

Of course, these days things work fine... then again, Elinks and w3m generally handle things better these days.

Xkeeper
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