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So when having configured Yakuake so show nothing but the terminal there is only one way to access the settings gui, which is by hotkey. This gets pretty disturbing when not knowing that hotkey. This hotkey don't seem to be set through the normal KDE settings for hotkeys, atleast not on my system. But you are not totally screwed, since this hotkey is in Yakuake config file itself, which by default is
~/.kde/share/config/yakuakerc. There under shortcuts it is.
[Shortcuts] next-session=none options_configure=Alt+F10 previous-session=none
FYI, I'm pretty sure mine is not the default, so you better check your own config.notetoself config
A walk through of the Gradle config required to publish a Android library to Maven Central using https://oss.sonatype.org.Read More android maven howto
Display a QR Code in a terminal using https://github.com/lincolnloop/python-qrcode.
pip install qrcode
Just pushed an update of AndroidResR, v1.1.0, with slightly smarter previews for black and white icons.
Get it at https://victorhaggqvist.com/creations/androidresr, or PyPi.
Header by Manuel Martin, https://www.flickr.com/photos/manuel_720921/12217186054android tools
A tiny update of my MODx wrapper for Parsedown. Bumping Parsedown to 1.1.4.
For any changes that actualy matter checkout the Parsedown Changelog.modx
As the developer of the as far as I know only Todo.txt client for Windows Metro mode, http://apps.microsoft.com/windows/en-us/app/todo-txt/31fe09c4-a0e3-4911-b852-8f64bce140f1, I'm now announcing that the app will be taken down in the end of 2014 if not earlier.
This is since the app only provide the most basic feature, to add and check off todos, I rather take it down than not supporting/developing it.
As of today the app has about 400 downloads.
The source of the app is not open today, but if there is a community intressent I will release it under a GPLv2 license.
Are you interested to keep it alive? Then contact me.
Header image creadit Curtis Perry, https://secure.flickr.com/photos/curtisperry/7034494747.todo.txt windows
tl;dr Install the libXtest package, which on Debian is
libxtst-dev. Wasn't it obvious that test is spelled with no e? Not to me atleast.
This is done on a Debian Jessie (aka Testing) machine.
Following will assume you have managed to get KeePassX compile happy. But then when you go in to settings you can't find where to define the global Auto-Typ key.
You might have noticed that during the
cmake run libXtest was listed as a optional dependency. If you didn't happen to have it installed KeePassX will compile with Auto-Type functionality disabled. To be able to compile with Auto-Type support install
libxtst-dev like so;
sudo apt-get install libxtst-dev
Then you just run
make again to compile with Auto-Type enabled.
A UI refresh of SL Maps was just released featuring a new fancy card layout to work way better on tablets and support lanscape mode. Also there are five new maps to completely cover Stockholm rails.slmaps android
RackTemp is a web application that collects temperature readings from the DS18B20 sensor, displays pretty stats and notifies you if things get out of order.Read More raspberry pi monitoring temprature
Display your latset github commit on your site. Use it to show of what you are up to, or just to publicly shame your self in to writing less shitty commit messages.
This is a rewrite of Johan Nilsson's Last Commit Widget but in vanilla js, since there is really no need for jQuery here.
Get it on github, https://github.com/victorhaggqvist/lastcommit.git js
In the making of this site I had reacently found http://parsedown.org/ and since the benchmarks of it compared to PHP Markdown 1.3 was prommising I wanted to use it. Therefor I have packaged it for simple use in MODx.
The package named simply
Parsedown is available through MODx package management system, just search for it.
View the project page here
Every now and then when creating for the web you are likely to need a fancy slideshow way of displaying images, a lightbox. There is of course lightbox which now a days is lightbox2. But that one didn't really catch me enough, so the search continues. Now lately a couple of months ago I stumbled upon a blogpost by Osvaldas Valutis who apparently had sort of the same experience as me. He equally like me wanted something simple and slick that would give a great experience on any device, touch devices included. To my satisfaction he also provided it!