Stops happening if I maximize the Firefox window! Comes back if I un-maximize it. 🧐
I just created Ubuntu and Elementary VMs on my Mac and can't repro the issue on either. It only happens on the laptop that has Elementary installed on the metal. 🤔 I wonder what I did.
Seeing a strange (new?) behavior in Firefox 75 on Elementary: if you right-click on a link or a span of selected text to bring up the contextual menu, the menu disappears as soon as you release the button, activating whichever menu item was below the mouse pointer (Inspect Element, or Save Link As).
Is this just me? Firefox bug? Linux/Elementary issue?
#hyperjam is coming together nicely. 9 y.o. found out what I was doing and appointed herself art director. Tomorrow: polishing up art and looking for some royalty-free sound effects and music??
Couldn't think of anything original or artistic, so I'm making a little video poker game for the #hyperjam. Got main game loop playable yesterday, now to add some weirdness.
Don't trust any software under 30.
Experimenting with a homemade web front-end to Recoll (inspired by @karlicoss)
I let it index ~800 web pages that I captured as PDFs over the years for various reasons. Then dumped in a couple years of email and that works pretty well too.
It doesn't feel right to keep these files on a VPS though. Security is a concern, plus it separates them from the rest of my files which live on my home NAS. Don't like having things in 2 places. 🤔
If you save just the HTML of a web page, you lose images & CSS. If you screenshot it, you preserve images and formatting, but lose links and searchability. If you save it to PDF, formatting often gets mangled. Recursive wget grabs too much. Safari webarchives aren't viewable on other platforms. Evernote web clips often format poorly and don't export cleanly. And archiving any whole page will include ads and unrelated junk that pollutes search. Bookmarks rot.
How do you clip web content??
Bio-organic pattern recognition engine
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