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RT @sqribeapp: The SQribe beta is live! Help us make SQribe great by visiting https://SQribe.app.

Fynydd @fynydd on 1/7/2019

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The SQribe beta is live! Help us make SQribe great at https://sqribe.app.

Fynydd @fynydd on 1/7/2019

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This is big (and very welcome) news:
“Microsoft is building a Chromium-powered web browser that will replace Edge on Windows 10”
https://m.windowscentral.com/microsoft-building-chromium-powered-web-browser-windows-10

Fynydd @fynydd on 12/6/2018

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People who type for a living have been slowly and insidiously pushed toward cheap, uncomfortable keyboards due to cost cutting measures or bad new hardware designs. Get a proper keyboard! One great choice is the CODE keyboard with cherry green switches. https://codekeyboards.com

Fynydd @fynydd on 11/22/2018

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We've discovered that using ImageOptim to compress PNG images is very unstable and crashes on macOS Mojave, but only if you run it on a display other than the primary one. Any thoughts on this hypothesis @kornelski?

Fynydd @fynydd on 11/20/2018

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macOS High Sierra and Mojave network issues/freezes with Windows file shares? Try enabling SMB/CIFS 1.0 on the Windows machine. Disabled by default in later Windows 10 builds. macOS seems to have issues with the newer SMB protocol.

Fynydd @fynydd on 11/14/2018

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Fynydd @fynydd on 10/28/2018

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It's a rare security update for @umbraco CMS. Be sure to update your instances to the latest builds of 7.10, 7.11, or 7.12. They all include a third-party dependency with a fixed security flaw.
https://umbraco.com/blog/security-advisory-patch-for-your-site-is-now-available/

Fynydd @fynydd on 9/20/2018

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Twitter’s recent API changes are ruining great third party apps. Contrary to their statement, this is all about ad revenue. If they truly cared about users they would offer a paid ad-free user experience option and keep an egalitarian developer ecosystem. #BreakingMyTwitter

Fynydd @fynydd on 8/17/2018

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PRO TIP: Never have more than one scrollbar on a web page. It's confusing and gives users "page scroll vertigo". We're looking at you @nytimes.

Fynydd @fynydd on 7/25/2018