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Aha! Cool! Not just deleting, but proceeding as if the twt is going to be send. If I
:q! on vi it will add an empty line. If, instead, I go
:x like I normally do, it works as you said—and as I wanted it. Thanks!
@email@example.com OK, I am on request/question asking mode today. 😋 How do you cancel a twt, or a reply to a twt? Say I hit my reply, and then I change my mind? Right now, even exiting vi is creating an empty line on my twtxt.txt. Is there an obvious way to cancel a twt, reply, or fork that I am missing?
Subjectcontains the full twt, then you can skim over conversations just by reading those lines in mutt’s index pager
Yes, I do the same, true.
So I decided: Okay, let’s have mutt do it.
And Mutt does it well. I agree it was/is a good idea.
The subject lines are already “compressed”
I noticed, yes.
I am not sure why I asked to begin with; in retrospect, in was a silly request. Perhaps the OCD in me got triggered while viewing rich headers, on a specific twt, when I saw the huge subject line that is, otherwise, always hidden.
Anyway, don’t mind me, move along. 😂
@firstname.lastname@example.org would it be possible to trim the subject to, say, 100 or 140 characters? Just the subject.
now Apache also announces content-type: text/plain; charset=utf-8
Well, that fixed things. 🥳
No worries, I understood you perfectly. My reply was merely a commentary, because some here—specially the youth, and I have a 20 years old son—think that the vaccine makes the 100% impervious, and thus behave pretty stupidly.
I am the one in charge of bringing food, and helping the elderly in the family, so I take super extra precautions… for their sake.
I still worry, perhaps a little less. But I still take precautions. For me, and for others. I mean, you might have a bullet proof vest, but even so, would you actively seek to get shot?
Is it me, or Gmail’s web interface is going down the drain? Using Safari—my default browser—often takes two, or three clicks to open an email. If it weren’t because its search is amazing, I would never visit its web interface.
Google or (insert your favourite search engine here) have never let me down. Also, Youtube has repair guides, and HOWTOs for just about anything, and everything.
QAnon followers are cultist nuts. Some of them wanting out are finding that it is a hard thing to do (did you read the article?). Saying that “they don’t need to escape” is a silly thing to say, at the very least. To me, it just doesn’t make sense.
‘Trump filed a lawsuit Monday in DC District Court against the House select committee investigating the January 6 insurrection and the National Archives in an effort to keep records from his presidency secret by claiming executive privilege.’ — CNN Politics
That only increases one’s curiosity about what’s in them.
Fair enough, I will modify my cron job to match. When I come across edited twts, I just delete both knowing jenny will fetch the right one next iteration. I like keeping things tidy. 😊
📖 “When no appropriate rule applies, make one up.” Good morning! Lovely morning in Ferenginar today.
@email@example.com what is your cron job repeat time for jenny? Currently I have mine to every minute, and while it allows me to participate fairly quick on conversations it has some drawbacks: it captures every single edited twt, so I end up with seemingly the same twt, but not quite—as it has minor edits, etc. So, “repeats”. Perhaps setting cron to check every 5 minutes or so is best?
Now, if there is going to be some sort of price, which for me equals to profit, then I will twt non-stop until I hit it! 🤣
They are new MBPs, with two screen sizes, not new screen sizes 😊. 14” and 16”. Both can be configured with the M1MAX, but having that SoC automatically bumps the RAM to 32GB, making them somewhat pricey.
It is a lovely view! That’s home office, or work office? I am hoping the second, though I do not know Norway’s days and nights well. I know that Sweden can get pretty dark, or pretty light, for long periods of time.
Not anymore 😭. I still have a self-propelled one, and electric, which is very nice. But when you live under an almost constant 32-35℃, with super high humidity, you cease liking working outside pretty quick.
No new iMacs, or Mac minis. I really wanted a new iMac with the new SoC, and a bigger screen. Not this time. 😩
Up to 64GB RAM! 😮
Got to dash now, my turn to speak at my meeting. 😩
Very thin display. I mean, really, really thin. 🤔
They come with a notch now, but with bigger screen real estate. It really is a new design.
The touch bar is gone.
They look lovely! 😍
New MBPs. Two screen sizes.