How easy would it be to create a service or script that would automatically set a folder's icon to the poster for the corresponding show in windows explorer?
Pic related, boring TV Show library.
who else here fell for the VPN meme?
>blocked by most region locked websites
> "will keep no logs" keeps logs anyway and sells it .
>mfw i fell for VPN meme
guys what's the diff betwene opera 12.16 and 12.18. i was thinking of getting 12.18 but people keep recommending 12.16
A new macbook pro is needed. I hope it arrives, and evidence shows it is possible.
Do you think we are in for a new one at WWDC?
Is there anyway to fix the shitty image quality of Snapchat on Android?
Guys can someone help me with this mysql problem I have?
I have a table that stores users waiting to play a 1v1 game. I call it mm_matchmaking
It looks like this
mm_id , mm_usr_id, mm_game
Now, I want to pair them by their game, with the lowest mm_id being served first.
id, user, game
1, 2, battleship
2, 3, battleship
3, 12, battleship
4, 1, battleship
For this I'd want the following result:
user_1 , user_2, game
2, 3, battleship
3, 4, battleship
I'm guessing I have to do some grouping in the first part, and probably a sub query using the results of the first, but I can't work out how to do it exactly
What are your thoughts on the pixel c?
idk desu senpai
switched from 60hz to 144hz, never used 120hz.
However, switching from a 120hz monitor is pretty much a waste of money at this point. Wait until 144hz 1440p @ 1ms gets cheaper.
>we all thought that intelligent personal assistants would be our private HAL 9000s
>they are literally just voice googling services
>Ruby is a language of careful balance. Its creator, Yukihiro “Matz” Matsumoto, blended parts of his favorite languages (Perl, Smalltalk, Eiffel, Ada, and Lisp) to form a new language that balanced functional programming with imperative programming.
Is ruby the future?
>using Android since 2011
>go into google history to check voice activity
>several recodings of me talking
>never even used voice search
>before every recording the same repeating clip of me saying "okay" has been edited in to make it look like it was a voice search
some are innocent enough, some are recoding of me snoring, some are me talking to family.
All with the same reused clip of me...
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Really? Let me check mine...
I have that disabled since forever.
Why did the 4:3 aspect ratio die? Everyone says watching videos on that kind of screen sucks, yet everyone is raving how great of an entertainment device iPad is, and that has a 4:3 screen. Not to mention using internets and productivity stuff on a widescreen blows. When will OEMs pull their heads out of their asses?
You're almost demonstrating in that picture why it doesn't matter. 4:3 doesn't give you extra vertical pixels, it just makes your screen square, if you want more vertical pixels get a higher res screen.
on 16:9/21:9 you can run two windows side by side, i often have a video playing (maybe youtube) and surf on the other side.
4:3 is stupid.
That's because that 4:3 laptop is older than you.
For a more recent comparison - iPad Pro has a 12.9" 4:3 screen with a 2732-by-2048 resolution, and MBP has a 16:10 13.3" screen with 2560-by-1600 resolution. So you get an extra 448 vertical lines on a screen that's smaller.
On external monitors widescreen is okay, you're not gonna run out of vertical real estate on a 24" monitor for most tasks, but on small 13" notebooks 16:9/16:10 makes no sense.
>Software written in Ada
>Software written in C++
>Project is massively delayed and software is a total mess
I Would like to know what you find cool/fun or important for daily using of Archlinux ?
Is it more secure than Debian ? more powerfull ? lighter ?
i have a little Compaq mini 110
Will it run faster using Archlinux ?
Thank for sharing your advice and opinion
what anti virus program did you buy?