Kate is now online playing The Ventures - War of the Satellites (1964)! tune in here now: https://tilderadio.org/listen
Also, it's not enough that Gnome is trash, or KDE is slowly trying, or the command line is mainly for developers. When a user installs Linux and needs assistive technology, like Orca, they can't just enable it and go on their way. They have to check a box in settings to "enable" assistive technologies. That's a huge barrier, and shouldn't exist. But it does. Another roadblock. Why do these exist in a supposed welcoming community? Why do these exist if Linux is open to all? Why? If FOSS is communal, why are blind people, due to the huge barrier of entry, shut out of the FOSS OS? These are hard questions we should be working through. Why does the GUI require assistive technology support to be enabled in order for Orca to work with many apps? Why can't it be enabled by default? Does it slow stuff down? If so, why? And should we have to live with a slower OS because we're blind?
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After fiddling with a VM for a few hours, I gave up and screen recorded using the installer.
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Me: I want Windows 11.
Also Me: We have Windows 11 at home.
Windows 11 at home:
If there are any unlisted YouTube videos out there important to you which were made by others more than a few years ago, rip yourself a local copy before you automatically lose access next month.
I really liked the cool decals on this rocket. The kit I'm building is proportioned a bit differently from this one, but I figured it's similar enough that I could make it fit.
A couple of hours after ordering, I got an email asking for details about colors. I mentioned the name of the kit (a Rocketry Warehouse Lil Rascal), and he offered to re-proportion the decals so they'll fit perfectly.
I figured customer service like that deserves a plug. . .
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