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Maintainer of the Minecraft Unofficial Linux Launcher seems pretty burnt out. Apparently people keep repackaging his launcher along with pirated APKs for the game. It's frustrating that has to demotivate someone from making the game available to people who did buy it. I like being able to run it on Linux even though it has some major glitches

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A japanese text illusion 

First I failed to find rare geodes 3300 blocks away from civilization, now it turns out there were 4 geodes clustered together in one area barely 1000 blocks away instead. Is my luck with worldgen actually fantastic for once??

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Just realized I've applied updates using Discover every day when I turn on my laptop for months now, and I could save myself a click if I make KDE Discover open by default when I log in :P

Lol, Niccolò Ve mentions in the latest video how you can run Latte-Dock in Gnome. Running alien panels on Linux DEs is one of my hobbies, which is why I have LXPanel installed on KDE Neon. I need better hobbies 😅

I heard Raspberry Pi OS uses LXDE and I thought it was awesome, but no one told me Raspberry Pi OS uses Mutter. If you add a Workspaces Pager to LXPanel then it crashes the desktop because virtual workspaces don't work the same in Mutter as they do in the WMs LXDE was made for. Kind of a bad user experience lol. But the icons are pretty nice

90% my experience with "Save this webpage" is hitting ctrl+s out of instinct while typing something, then closing the dialog that appears because I'm in a web browser and it's not the type of saving I meant to do

Boosted because they just uploaded the video to YouTube where Linus says this.

I feel like the "Save this webpage" function of web browsers isn't very useful to 90% of websites anymore so maybe it should be... relabelled or something 🤔 "Save as HTML"? ... Doesn't help much. Idk

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Apparently Linus Sebastian thinks hitting ctrl+S on a GitHub page should download the content inside the page instead of the HTML. I'm bewildered tbh. I can see the logic but... It's not shocking that it doesn't work that way? What

My single-user Mastodon instance should have a dislike button only on my posts, for myself to click

I made a Pinterest account the other day so I could save inspiration screenshots easily... So far I've done a lot of building actually. I'm learning how to make roofs! ...a little bit anyway. Roofs are tough

I've almost completed chapter 2 of Bug Fables. This game is extremely similar to Paper Mario TTYD and quite fun if you miss the old Mario RPGs.

12 more days until update ⌛I'm excited for new caves under my old chunks!

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@levels_check when you're trying to find a vegetarian meal in a rural area

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"demoscene" is a great word because whenever someone asks you why you're doing/learning some technical thing you can say "demoscene" and they'll leave you alone

MangoHud works easily using 32-bit Debian 11. Running it with MANGOHUD_CONFIG=fps_limit=30,no_display

Now my only issues are 1) the mouse position is offset inside the VM (seems like it would be tricky to fix but the mouse is optional anyway), and 2) my USB-connected gamepad is not passed through to the VM (should be easy to fix, right?)

Apparently these apps called "MangoHud" and "Strangle" are supposed to be able to limit FPS, but I can't get either to work. Strangle wants some older version of a 32bit library so I'm gonna try it in a virtual machine

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