@mario_afk This might be an obvious question, but how do you move borderless windows around? I know there are tiling windows managers that allow you to manipulate windows via keyboard shortcuts, but it doesn’t look like you are using one of these
@nasser looking forward to it! I thought coroutines was a hack made by Unity devs in early days. Mostly because Unity was unsuitable for multithread development, lots of poor decisions were made. After async/await and job system became available, I don’t see much use for coroutines except interaction with legacy API.
@oppen I guess it’s cheaper (short term) to hire 2 React Native developers than one for Kotlin/Java and one for Swift 😞
My colleague couldn’t open PDF documents from Zip archive that I sent her. I spent some time reasearching… And it turns out that every major operating system ignores Zip specs and uses different encoding for file names. I had to remove Lithuanian Ą and Ū from file names to make my Zip archive Windows-compatible. That’s insane!
Just discovered Teddit. It's a lightweight JS-free frontend for Reddit.
Software is like recipes.
Facebook etc is like McDonalds: the recipes are designed to be cheap to produce and addictive so you keep coming back, but not good for YOU.
Commercial software is like restaurants: it varies wildly, and your favourite popular restaurant may disappear unexpectedly.
Open source is like home-cooked meals: you can know exactly what's in there and share the recipes freely. Some recipes are hard to pull off, but some are actually more convenient than going out to eat.
Unfortunately I may still need to turn it on for banking and digital signature purposes 😞
Game developer from Vilnius
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