@pixelfed I'm currently unable to follow my @mrk account from my Mastodon account (@mkelly). When I search for the Pixelfed user from Mastodon, I get an hourglass indicating that my follow has to be accepted. I don't have such a restriction enabled to the best of my knowledge.
Any idea what I can do to improve things?
I live for that feeling where I start the PS4 Pro, and wait for the game to fully load, because I had to close the application last time I was playing in case I picked up again from the regular PS4 in the other room and the only way to ensure my progress is transferred is manually pushing save games to PSN.
Wait. What I meant to say is that I live for the feeling of picking up the Switch and resuming from where I left on within seconds.
Having a go with Pixelfed: @mrk
There’s something a little too satisfying about taking city after city from an opposing civilisation while lying in bed. #civilizationvi
I absolutely believe technology needs to get democratized and available to everyone.
But I think it’s also ok that Apple is trying to make premium technology products. Both of these things can be true.
However, I *also* think there’s a conversation to be had about Apple’s philosophies being adopted elsewhere in the market—mainly around security and privacy. I do wish other companies that make more affordable tech should build it with those values in mind.
And then I find it. There’s no Copy option in the regular software, but you do get the option when setting up a new hub. So that’s nice.
And when I’d spent the whole evening trying to get the new hub detected by the iOS software, eventually resorting to writing new firmware to the device and setting up over USB, I was able to do the Copy option. 3 hours of faffing. Why do I do it to myself?
Just managed to pick up Assassin’s Creed: Odyssey and Fallout 76 for about the price of one full game (using discounted PSN vouchers and sale prices). That satisfies wallet-watching me. Unfortunately the “you have to finish Witcher 3 before you buy any other games”-me is crying his snake-like eyes out.
The only additional complication was the HomePod volume control. The Harmony remote can control TV volume or ATV volume, but unlike the ATV remote it can’t switch between them.
The crude solution was to use Harmony volume buttons to control TV volume, and the channel up/down buttons to control ATV volume.
Family training commences.
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