Windows and Mac have added some conveniences over the past decade that I’m missing to some degree.
It’s quite simple to do but surprisingly hard to find.
Resolve the weird “ERROR: Missing required OpenGL extensions.”
It’s quite simple. Open Settings → Window Manager → Keyboard.
Usability on non-touch devices, an automatic setting for warmth, Pocketbook Inkpad 3 and an AppImage for Linux desktop computers.
gnome-keyring you won’t get a useful error message. If you uninstall it, you’ll get the real culprit right where it matters, but in retrospect
ssh-add gives you the same error message.
The basic problem: the various mics I own are all pretty terrible in their own way. This is how to lift it from unacceptable to bad, but similar principles apply to better mics as well.
More natural light, speedups, and the H2Ov2.
Facebook’s OpenGraph and Twitter Cards are mostly an annoying duplication of standardized metadata. Their main and perhaps only redeeming feature here is that they allow you to specify images to display. Alas, that’s where the fun ends.