Is disabling pulseaudio altogether a legit solution at this day and age? #vfx 🤷
@thomasorus oh yeah, saw those! Com on ng along real nice. Sorry if I come as pushy just though of you toot when saw it 😁 I'll stop now heh
So this might not be the game I saw it in but Twin Kingdom Valley on C64 has this.
Anyone know of open source automated was of achieving this?
There's also 'lite-xl' which is lite with a bit more pre-packaged amd more user friendly, I think algo better font rendering.
I like the new #kdenlive 21.04! I just finished the edit of a new video tutorial with it (about 'shading', I'll post it later today) and the new auto-generated subtitle feature with speech recognition saves me 2h of work! (and surprisingly this one recognise my heavy French accent with a high percentage of success). Such a typing burden I did weekly to do less... Thanks again devs! And new keyframe actions are also lovely to use. 💜
More info about the release: https://kdenlive.org/en/2021/04/kdenlive-21-04-released/
@thomasorus maybe too entry lever for you, but I did the Edx course on C, and helped grasping things. Check it out!
I was thinking it would be cool to make a "Text Editor Bundler" sort of website where you choose Sublime, Vim, whatever is your preferred choice, choose the plugins you want and at the end provides you a zip with everything set-up so you can install it in a machine; useful for when you don't have internet access on your work machine, for example. (You download the zip and transfer it somehow to the workstation).
I've a #programming question, the idea resembles what GDocs does with history on their documents and how would you store/track those changes in a #db (or..?):
A) A table that tracks the changes specifically ?
B) A table that stores the document each version as a whole and then do `diff` or similar for the front-end?
C) Using something like https://github.com/attic-labs/noms (git-like database)
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