justamoment

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In-reply-to » @darch @justamoment @bender Something is a bit off with where the "Logout" button now is and the top-right "Profile" button. Can you guys try to collaborate on this? I just have this feeling... The new profile view is nice, but something is a bit off with the UX, several times I've tried to find the "Logout" button and keep forgetting where it now is 🤣

@darch@twtxt.net it can work, but I’m not sure about the mobile version.

What was your idea?

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In-reply-to » @darch @justamoment @bender Something is a bit off with where the "Logout" button now is and the top-right "Profile" button. Can you guys try to collaborate on this? I just have this feeling... The new profile view is nice, but something is a bit off with the UX, several times I've tried to find the "Logout" button and keep forgetting where it now is 🤣

@darch@neotxt.dk the logout in the list of sections with the settings is not the best for me, it feels as if it’s not supposed to be there, maybe a wider separation would work?

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In-reply-to » @movq Oh, even Fraktur! It took me brute force to decypher "Heute", mainly due to the "H". Both "n" and "u" look identical to me, so my brain tricked me into believing that it of course has to be an "n". Looks quite beautiful, keep it coming.

@lyse@lyse.isobeef.org @movq@www.uninformativ.de I forgot to tell you why: I’m dyslexic.

My issue is been able to write something that’s at least readable…

If it’s not in all caps it’ll be a mess (apart from my usual mistakes), even a child’s handwriting is wonderful to me.

If I wrote in a readable way my hands hurts after a couple of minutes, luckily we have computers now. 😋👍

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In-reply-to » @youarestupid Charming

@prologic@twtxt.net even though an invite system might be good to some I’d refrain from using it, someone like me wouldn’t be able to join with it apart from a self-host alternative but it’s kinda hard to get within the “circle” of interaction with someone else at first.

What I can propose is something like the form @akoizumi@social.kyoko-project.wer.ee once shared, a set of questions that can be used to identify a human or bot and maybe show the reason it wants to join, the trick here is to maybe have a “non-verified” user that the pod owner could review and accept or remove based on it’s answers.

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In-reply-to » Almost a month gone, because I caught the COVID and was out of commission. Over the worst of it now, and slowly recovering from the rest of the symptoms.

@codebalion@twtxt.prismdragon.net I also got COVID this summer, apart from the fever I had light symptoms, but it lasted a whole month.

After that I had several months of leg nerves pain caused by it, luckily it healed completely thanks to constant exercise.

Please be sure to get a checkup on any possible side effects and hope for a great recovery. 🤗

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In-reply-to » @darch @justamoment @bender Something is a bit off with where the "Logout" button now is and the top-right "Profile" button. Can you guys try to collaborate on this? I just have this feeling... The new profile view is nice, but something is a bit off with the UX, several times I've tried to find the "Logout" button and keep forgetting where it now is 🤣

@darch@neotxt.dk yeah, here a reference to what I imagine: https://m3.material.io/components/navigation-bar/overview

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In-reply-to » @darch @justamoment @bender Something is a bit off with where the "Logout" button now is and the top-right "Profile" button. Can you guys try to collaborate on this? I just have this feeling... The new profile view is nice, but something is a bit off with the UX, several times I've tried to find the "Logout" button and keep forgetting where it now is 🤣

@darch@neotxt.dk personally I haven’t looked at the logout until now but to me it feels weird to have it where I’d expect a follow button.

I think having it on the main menu is not so bad.

A solution I can think of is having two split set of menu, one for navigation (with hamburger on mobile) and one always visible (profile) with maybe the logout and settings on the same level.

Haven’t put much thought here right now, but maybe literally splitting the UI with a second bar could help with the accommodation of those buttons, on mobile one can even become a bottom navbar, always visible and thumb friendly.

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In-reply-to » @justamoment I find sometimes I have to open up whatever is guarded by reCaptcha in a barebones Chromium instance. I normally use the Brave browser but I think all the privacy guarding stuff trips up the captcha. I have a lot more luck with captcha solving in stock Chromium.

Dunno why, it’s usually working.

I too replied to other before, maybe because I used the mention completion.

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In-reply-to » @justamoment I find sometimes I have to open up whatever is guarded by reCaptcha in a barebones Chromium instance. I normally use the Brave browser but I think all the privacy guarding stuff trips up the captcha. I have a lot more luck with captcha solving in stock Chromium.

@prologic@twtxt.net Thanks, it seems to have two spaces after the username, but maybe it’s just because it’s mentioned from another pod?

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In-reply-to » @justamoment I find sometimes I have to open up whatever is guarded by reCaptcha in a barebones Chromium instance. I normally use the Brave browser but I think all the privacy guarding stuff trips up the captcha. I have a lot more luck with captcha solving in stock Chromium.

@prologic@twtxt.net The mention here is not working?

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In-reply-to » F***CK! Why can't I ever solve that damn reCAPTCHA?!?!?! 🤬

F***CK! Why can’t I ever solve that
damn reCAPTCHA?!?!?! 🤬

Today I had to download a file from Google Drive and I gave up after sightseeing half the planet’s bikes and traffic lights for more than 5 minutes.

What’s wrong here? How you manage to solve it? What’s the trick? Please help me…

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In-reply-to » hey @justamoment ! Is vector-pass open sourced or open to collaboration somehow?

@eaplmx@twtxt.net Hey! Thanks for the interest, the app is already accessible but not the repo, I also was planning to add a Passphrase option but didn’t have the time yet.

Gimme this weekend and I’ll try to put out everything for everyone to use and contribute.

I also plan on a CLI version of it (in Python) for anyone interested.

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In-reply-to » Yesterday I got an unexpected call...

Yesterday I got an unexpected call…

An unknown old lady requested me to put a song live for her on radio.

She was confused when I said she got the wrong number, she insisted and asked me for the right number.

She started complaining when I said I’m not the radio station.

Has anyone ever had a similar experience?

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In-reply-to » @prologic sorry! The learning curve for Dart / Flutter has been... well... steep

@prologic@twtxt.net actually it works, another use is too have a custom page when opening the site when offline, using workbox v3 it’s as simple as adding a line in the configuration.

More advanced uses I’ve seen in a blog is too allow downloading posts when online and show a list on them when offline, super smart way to handle lot of pages.

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In-reply-to » Buccipod's getting a lot of action lately let's see if any of these signups are real humans who post human stuff!

@abucci@anthony.buc.ci cool link.

I think honeypots is becoming commonplace, I received even yesterday a spam mail from a client site with a simple honeypot, maybe a question like, “Do you want an account (write Yes if so)” might work.

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In-reply-to » @slashdot this whole stupid subscription model for products that already do the very thing the subscription is being sold for nightmare is not going to end is it?! 🤦‍♂️

@carsten@yarn.zn80.net I often use Gimp for pixel art and photo editing, I use the others (MyPaint and Krita) for everything else.

Also Paint.net don’t run on Linux, so I can’t try it out and I don’t want to rely on Wine for it.

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In-reply-to » @prologic sorry! The learning curve for Dart / Flutter has been... well... steep

@prologic@twtxt.net I can’t say for iOS but on Android with both Chrome and Firefox the “Add to homescreen” is a bookmark, adding a web manifest it become a “Smart” bookmark, adding a service worker too makes it become a full fledge PWA with the whole install process and standalone app (for Chrome at least).

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In-reply-to » @slashdot this whole stupid subscription model for products that already do the very thing the subscription is being sold for nightmare is not going to end is it?! 🤦‍♂️

@eaplmx@twtxt.net Wait why Paint.net over Gimp?

Isn’t Gimp a free vanilla software too?

Also, I add MyPaint and Krita over Photoshop or Clip Studio Paint for painting and illustrations.

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In-reply-to » @prologic sorry! The learning curve for Dart / Flutter has been... well... steep

@eaplmx@twtxt.net about the Web manifest you can take a look on one of my own in my app Vector Pass

The requirements for a installable PWA are a web manifest and a valid service worker (even if empty), I recommend workbox V3 for that.

@prologic@twtxt.net Some time ago I said to be working on a personal take for a PWA, I haven’t stopped or forgotten, it’s just taking lot of time with my other activities, same for gitxt.

Hope to get something up soon. 😉

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In-reply-to » Sidequestion: currently I am running a TiddlyWiki for myself with private and public tagged posts. The intention was, to make non-private tiddlers (posts) public at one point in the future. Now I have found https://github.com/usememos/memos whis looks really nice. If I find out how to skin it a bit to have wider text, I shortly thought about switching over. No InterWiki Links so, but that is doable by linking manually.

@abucci@anthony.buc.ci I think it’s a good approach, but in my case a friend with a shop shared my business cards with their clients and other shops he worked with so I sometimes have calls from strangers looking for me for works or commissions so I usually keep my phone at hand (or at least know where it is).

If I didn’t do that, I too wouldn’t use my phone at all some days, except for things I read or research.

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In-reply-to » Sidequestion: currently I am running a TiddlyWiki for myself with private and public tagged posts. The intention was, to make non-private tiddlers (posts) public at one point in the future. Now I have found https://github.com/usememos/memos whis looks really nice. If I find out how to skin it a bit to have wider text, I shortly thought about switching over. No InterWiki Links so, but that is doable by linking manually.

@eaplmx@twtxt.net that’s right. I’d use something like WhatsApp to chat if the other party don’t understand the difference, but if you know and you’re stubborn I’ll negotiate an alternative or leave it alone.

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In-reply-to » Sidequestion: currently I am running a TiddlyWiki for myself with private and public tagged posts. The intention was, to make non-private tiddlers (posts) public at one point in the future. Now I have found https://github.com/usememos/memos whis looks really nice. If I find out how to skin it a bit to have wider text, I shortly thought about switching over. No InterWiki Links so, but that is doable by linking manually.

@carsten@yarn.zn80.net “It’s too complicated”, “Use what everyone else use” or “Why I can’t do X only with you?”

I’ve heard those phrases too many times.

My way of doing is a bit weird but help others know that I’m always reachable, but not in a way others do.

I purposely delay everything from what I don’t like to use

Ranging from days to weeks or months, messages or content shared via WhatsApp or other similar medium, a Facebook link (I don’t have FB) is ignored, a group chat is totally ignored even when mentioned.

I’m always immediate on answering via direct messages and calls, I also always say this “What do you need help with?” like a good family call center to see for what reason they contact me.

Doing so for many years has paid off greatly.

Some cut ties by saying I’m antisocial (partly true 😎) and never care for me again, not that they cared before, others stopped writing to me and directly choose to call or video call, “just to see me”, it makes me happy to know that, others started inviting me to their house for lunch or dinner just to meet me.

That’s what I did, if someone care for you they’ll find ways to interact with you and maybe they’ll try to understand and (and maybe adopt) your ways of doing and tools.

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In-reply-to » Sidequestion: currently I am running a TiddlyWiki for myself with private and public tagged posts. The intention was, to make non-private tiddlers (posts) public at one point in the future. Now I have found https://github.com/usememos/memos whis looks really nice. If I find out how to skin it a bit to have wider text, I shortly thought about switching over. No InterWiki Links so, but that is doable by linking manually.

@carsten@yarn.zn80.net I see, I have no idea for any alternative that’s simple to handle for your case.

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In-reply-to » Sidequestion: currently I am running a TiddlyWiki for myself with private and public tagged posts. The intention was, to make non-private tiddlers (posts) public at one point in the future. Now I have found https://github.com/usememos/memos whis looks really nice. If I find out how to skin it a bit to have wider text, I shortly thought about switching over. No InterWiki Links so, but that is doable by linking manually.

@carsten@yarn.zn80.net For your case, you could have a basic auth over your yarn instance maybe?

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