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  1. Comment on How to center a div in ~comp

    Bauke
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    That only horizontally centers the text inside though, block elements inside aren't centered or positioned any differently.

    That only horizontally centers the text inside though, block elements inside aren't centered or positioned any differently.

    1 vote
  2. Comment on How to resolve page loading and login issues with Firefox? in ~tech

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    For the page loading issues, the next time it occurs press Ctrl+Shift+E to open up the DevTools' Network tab, click on the cog and enable "Persist logs" and then refresh the page and see what...

    For the page loading issues, the next time it occurs press Ctrl+Shift+E to open up the DevTools' Network tab, click on the cog and enable "Persist logs" and then refresh the page and see what happens. You should be able to see why it's not loading there, for example if it's uBlock Origin blocking something from loading it will say that in the "Transferred" column (and any other network error too). You can also try refreshing with the "Disable cache" option enabled, maybe it's a caching problem, though be sure to turn that off again when you're done (I think it persists).

    As for the captcha thing, if you have some of the more stringent tracking protection settings enabled it's likely you'll see more captchas simply because it relies on tracking to do its job. I had a website the other day captcha me about 5 times in a row before it let me through. The internet is just broken in this way, it's not really Firefox's fault.

    If you're having other problems I may also suggest opening the browser's console with Ctrl+Shift+J, though it is very noisy and can be difficult to distinguish what's actually a problem and what isn't, sometimes it can be useful.

    19 votes
  3. Comment on What programming/technical projects have you been working on? in ~comp

    Bauke
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    Is it just me or is the example 404-ing?

    Is it just me or is the example 404-ing?

    2 votes
  4. Comment on New extensions you’ll love now available on Firefox for Android in ~tech

    Bauke
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    It is! And version 2.7.0 will focus on making it more usable on mobile screens. :)

    It is! And version 2.7.0 will focus on making it more usable on mobile screens. :)

    16 votes
  5. Comment on Markdown helpers for the comment block in ~tildes

    Bauke
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    Great timing too, the latest version 2.5.0 added the Markdown Toolbar Editor letting you create custom snippets and the upcoming version 2.6.0 will add configurable keyboard shortcuts for your...

    Great timing too, the latest version 2.5.0 added the Markdown Toolbar Editor letting you create custom snippets and the upcoming version 2.6.0 will add configurable keyboard shortcuts for your snippets. :D

    11 votes
  6. Comment on Join the Tildes Advent of Code leaderboard! in ~comp.advent_of_code

    Bauke
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    Here it is: 730956-de85ce0c!

    Here it is: 730956-de85ce0c!

    5 votes
  7. Comment on User-styles don't work on Tildes anymore? in ~tildes

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    My userstyles are still working for me, so it must be something on your end. Off the top of my head some things to double-check: Is the style enabled? Is the domain correctly set (maybe it's set...

    My userstyles are still working for me, so it must be something on your end. Off the top of my head some things to double-check:

    • Is the style enabled?
    • Is the domain correctly set (maybe it's set to www.tildes.net instead of just tildes.net)?
    • Are there any CSS errors in the style itself, maybe it's not correct? Missing semicolon or curly brace, or something.

    Also as Sheep mentioned, you should probably switch away from Stylish to Stylus, you can find out why on Stylus' homepage.

    12 votes
  8. Comment on How to find out which extension opened an advertising tab? in ~tech

    Bauke
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    That is quite different from any extension though, far and away most extensions do not have the permissions set or the code in place to allow that all to happen.

    That is quite different from any extension though, far and away most extensions do not have the permissions set or the code in place to allow that all to happen.

    1 vote
  9. Comment on How to find out which extension opened an advertising tab? in ~tech

    Bauke
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    Unless the extension already has the history permission it can't really do any of that, and if an extension updates and adds any new permissions or content scripts you have to explicitly allow...

    Unless the extension already has the history permission it can't really do any of that, and if an extension updates and adds any new permissions or content scripts you have to explicitly allow them (at least on Firefox, I don't know about Chrome).

    As far as I know extensions also can't access your passwords at all if you save them in the browser, there is no API for that. The only way it would be able to is by having content scripts watch login forms, which I would imagine gets caught by the review processes the extension platforms have.

    3 votes
  10. Comment on How to find out which extension opened an advertising tab? in ~tech

    Bauke
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    In Firefox you can go to about:addons, click on the settings cogwheel next to "Manage Your Extensions" and there you will find an option to toggle automatic add-on updates ("Update Add-ons...

    In Firefox you can go to about:addons, click on the settings cogwheel next to "Manage Your Extensions" and there you will find an option to toggle automatic add-on updates ("Update Add-ons Automatically"). You can also individually disable automatic updates for specific add-ons by clicking on the add-on in the same page and looking for the "Allow automatic updates" setting.

    9 votes
  11. Comment on aivi & surasshu - Wind Rider (2023) in ~music

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    I'm typically not too much a fan of solo piano music (apart from Oskar Schuster for some reason), but with the added chiptune in the background this is really nice. Those long chiptune swells and...

    I'm typically not too much a fan of solo piano music (apart from Oskar Schuster for some reason), but with the added chiptune in the background this is really nice. Those long chiptune swells and the drums add an incredible contrast while still letting the piano do so much of the heavy lifting. Definitely gonna have to check out all their other work, great find!

    3 votes
  12. Comment on Firefox will support at least 200 new extensions on Android this December in ~tech

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    Kind of off-topic but at the bottom of the announcement blog post Mozilla is doing a T-shirt giveaway for early adopters, when I saw that last week I figured Tildes ReExtended works on Android,...

    Kind of off-topic but at the bottom of the announcement blog post Mozilla is doing a T-shirt giveaway for early adopters, when I saw that last week I figured Tildes ReExtended works on Android, and luckily enough I was one of the first 200 so I'll be getting a free T-shirt out of it. Thanks Tildes! :D

    10 votes
  13. Comment on Atuin - SQLite-based shell history in ~comp

    Bauke
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    A little update, gave it a shot yesterday and so far it's working great. Getting it setup for ZSH and Bash was as simple as adding the initialization to both configs. One hiccup I've encountered...

    A little update, gave it a shot yesterday and so far it's working great. Getting it setup for ZSH and Bash was as simple as adding the initialization to both configs.

    One hiccup I've encountered so far is that there is no way to remove things from the history (relevant issue), but since it uses SQLite it's easy enough to open the database file and manually run a delete query.

    2 votes
  14. Comment on Atuin - SQLite-based shell history in ~comp

    Bauke
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    Although I haven't tried it out yet, a potential use-case for me is being able to have a synced history between my regular shell (ZSH) and nix-shell (which uses Bash). I've run into it enough...

    Although I haven't tried it out yet, a potential use-case for me is being able to have a synced history between my regular shell (ZSH) and nix-shell (which uses Bash). I've run into it enough times where I'm looking for a command with reverse search only to realize I'm never gonna find it because I'm in Bash.

    4 votes
  15. Comment on Factorio Friday Facts #381 - Space platforms in ~games

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    Oh how nice it is to have FFFs back again, getting me all giddy to start up another save... The thrusters look so ridiculously cool, that final GIF is insane. Massive props to Jaroslaw for...

    Oh how nice it is to have FFFs back again, getting me all giddy to start up another save...

    The thrusters look so ridiculously cool, that final GIF is insane. Massive props to Jaroslaw for creating those, wow.

    6 votes
  16. Comment on Tildes Minecraft Survival Weekly Thread in ~games

    Bauke
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    I think @goryramsy built it but I'm not sure, CoreProtect says there isn't data for a lot of the blocks in that area. cc. @sparksbet

    I think @goryramsy built it but I'm not sure, CoreProtect says there isn't data for a lot of the blocks in that area.

    cc. @sparksbet

    2 votes
  17. Comment on Tildes Minecraft Survival Weekly Thread in ~games

    Bauke
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    Just went to check because I thought I put all the workstations in there, but I most have forgotten this one. I'll add some in now, thanks for noticing it @Dontberobot! :)

    Just went to check because I thought I put all the workstations in there, but I most have forgotten this one. I'll add some in now, thanks for noticing it @Dontberobot! :)

    3 votes