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# /tech/ - Technology

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How can we use applications that protect our privacy while all people use whatssap?

No.867261

>>866556

By accepting that you'll be using them all alone.

No.867281

I don't use shit like whatsapp. If people need to contact me, they can either call my phone number for time sensitive matters or just send me an email.

No.867286

>>867235

>I live in a country the size of a single American state

No.867328

>>866556

<asking this question on an anon image board

it seems your problem is you dont feel safe without the other sheep around and in that case youre already in the wrong place

No.867344

>>867281

This. A thousand times. Need me? Call me. I need you? I call you.

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Micro LED

So, after they burned OLED, AMOLED, QLED, LEDLCD and everything else they got, they're finally revealing the true stuff.

Actually, the true stuff would be Micro LETs, but whatever

The shit is also modular, which makes multiple-monitor faggots go on suicide watch.

And finally, they killed the curved screen faggotry gimmick with this as well.

PS: Why don't they make a LED/LET that can vary its colors by itself instead of still using 3 for RGB? This technology already exists, for fuck's sake.

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No.867073

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>>866809

Rereading your posts, you seem to be referring to one of two things unrelated to what I'm talking about:

>a) Mismatch between content framerate and playback framerate without commonly divisible factors, on any display. For instance 24FPS being played at 25FPS or 30FPS, which results in some frames being displayed for different amounts of time (judder), the wrong average amount of time (desync), or dropped (stutter). None of these problems cause motion blur.

>b) Mismatch between playback framerate and display framerate with commonly divisible factors, on a flickering display (film/CRT/plasma). For instance, 24FPS or 60FPS playback being displayed at 120FPS, which results in perceptual ghosting, but also decreases motion blur and flicker (also, note this ghosting caused by displaying the same frame repeatedly is a perceptual illusion occurring in the person watching, and isn't the same as physical "crosstalk" artifacts where the display actually shows simultaneous ghost images). Ghosting and motion blur are not the same thing, though very large amounts of ghosting can appear similar to motion blur.

I'm talking about a third, totally unrelated effect, whereby "sample & hold" flicker-free or low-flicker displays cause you to perceive motion blur.

No.867132

>>867073

Ok, you finally understand me and I got your point.

Now, my solution is different from yours: to me, it should be the case where all monitors become flick-free (like ViewSonic) and the content adapt to it by increasing the frame rate.

Also, display persistence is hardly a problem - 7 is too much, but you can have top class IPS today with 2 (I've only seen 1 in TN and never saw 0).

No.867185

>>867132

>the content adapt to it by increasing the frame rate

Like I said before, there's only two ways to do this: Either synthesize fake frames using a computer (software like SVP), which will of course result in artifacts and latency, or originate and store content at a higher framerate (MUCH higher, like hundreds of FPS). If you have low-FPS content and don't want artifacts or lag, flicker is the only solution.

>you can have top class IPS today with 2 (I've only seen 1 in TN and never saw 0).

I don't think LCD manufacturer figures are credible. For instance, while this was back in 2009, an LCD rated as "8ms response" yielded 2x-4x that much lag, depending on GtG conditions, when actually tested:

http://www.displaymate.com/LCD_Response_Time_ShootOut.htm

And attempting to get around this by switching from slow laggy tech like IPS to something faster (less slow, really) like VA, TN, or BPM, means sacrificing even more of LCD's already inadequate color/tone performance. LCD is just absolute garbage in every way.

No.867233

>>867185

I don't think it would be so much impossible. You see, there are 3 things:

>OS and programs

>Videos

>Rendering (games included)

OS and programs run native, so no problem.

Rendering would just require new APIs (or not even that) to remove any fps cap things might have and just boost it all. 120fps is enough for that, and achieving it in 1080p today is done easily. If it's static like Autodesk stuff, then there's no problem here either. Hardware power could solve this - for very old stuff, like 90s games and such, either make an update for the cards to override their limitations or rely on future patches or revision versions of the game.

For video, I don't think there's any solution apart from that horrible "motion flow" stuff present in TVs.

No.867269

>>867233

Yeah, native content or other CGI with source files available obviously wouldn't be a problem, except as you noted for some legacy (especially emulated) or badly written stuff that's too hard to reverse-engineer. "MotionFlow" is Sony's consumer branding for the computationally interpolated postprocessing I referred to. Even on the matter of future content, interframe compression means the storage/distribution penalty for higher FPS video isn't necessarily that bad given well-optimized CODECs. Keep in mind, however, that going totally flicker-free would require very high-FPS displays, faster than any LCD on the market right now, and rendering stuff like games at typical resolutions (2k+) in realtime would max out a $1k PC. Without such a hundreds-of-FPS setup though, you're right back at the binary choice of "flicker or motion blur". Oh, and I noticed a moment too late I didn't read that article I linked quite closely enough, since the "8ms" figure was for rise/fall response, while the test was just for single-transition, so the manufacturer was actually exaggerating '''4x-16x slower" response. File: 710ba8a6c9db6d7⋯.png (21.8 KB, 226x225, 226:225, as-ugly-as-rust.png) No.846255[Reply] In http://roscidus.com/blog/blog/2014/06/06/python-to-ocaml-retrospective/ some guy blogs about his rewrite of some Python program. Randomly, one of the languages he considers is 'ATS': http://www.ats-lang.org/Home.html ATS seems to the be result of some guy having strong opinions about type systems, while having very weak opinions about language design. So for comments ATS literally has ML-style, C-style, C++-style options, and also some fourth novelty that the author found useful once. The author introduces tuples, then boxed tuples, then basically writes "so which should you use? well, uh, profile it I guess. Maybe there's a difference in some cases?" The whole language is like this. And in some respects it's spectacularly ugly: #include "share/atspre_staload.hats"#include "share/atspre_staload_libats_ML.hats"// ^-- these fucking stdlib namesimplement main0 () = // "main0" ... let val f = 42.0 val i = g0float2int (f) // "gee zero" prefixes? manual name mangling in print_int (i); print_newline () end OTOH, Rust is pretty ugly too. ATS is supposed to have similar capabilities. Has anyone looked at it? careful distributing binaries. ATS's compiler names symbols after the the full path of the compile-time location of the files involved, so it leaks your username if you compile files under your homedir. 48 posts omitted. Click reply to view. No.867199 >>867195 >The language supports the equivalent of inline assembly and therefore its fast. Writing the equivalent of assembly in anything makes it fast No.867205 >>867199 epigrams of /tech/ #1. Dependently typed languages are much slower than non-dependently typed languages. #2. Clearly-written code in a language is always slower than 'the equivalent of assembly' in a language. go on. it's already funny. No.867207 No.867209 >>867205 >a languages speed is measured by microbenchmarks and not idiomatic code No.867211 >>867205 >Python is as fast as C because you can JIT assembly and run it File: ae898a03ceabeb5⋯.png (150.35 KB, 680x680, 1:1, goto trash.png) No.851351[Reply] Now that the dust has settled let's discuss Go. What's your opinion of it? Will it replace any other languages? Will it see widespread use? Are you a gopher yet? 207 posts and 19 image replies omitted. Click reply to view. No.866783 >>861297 >>861707 FYI this is not needed. At work, I simply commit all 3rd party dependencies to our repo (under a separate GOPATH though). This way our build server can grab all the required code to build with one git fetch. No.866791 >>866766 Umaru is fucking disgusting, I hope Onii-san marries Ebina and they move into country, leaving Umaru living alone, unable to take care of herself, lying in a puddle of her own piss and shit, leading to her dropping out of school, selling her consoles just to survive and ultimately her own body as well. No.866837 >>866783 >Go package management is "just commit all dependencies" No.867440 >>866766 Umaru is genuinely a terrible person and the only place I want to see her is over my knee for a spanking. No.867805 File: b1d5e39e2b1f26e⋯.jpg (Spoiler Image, 4.64 MB, 2480x3507, 2480:3507, 57cd14882098c52fff19426cff….jpg) >>867440 same. and no clothes except that hamster whatever thing File: abfceb9a1f7c33d⋯.png (13.23 KB, 1018x221, 1018:221, cancer1.png) No.860842[Reply] Have you bought your internet access pass yet? I went to accuweather to check the weather before leaving, and was presented with pic related. This is jewgle's new answer to internet advertising. Add an ad-blocker into chrome, but only block ads that don't pay google and make the users subscribe to a service that charges$X per page (configurable by the site). This is worse than ABP kikery, this is industrial complex kikery. Google shills will defend this.

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No.866463

>>866451

youtube-dl uses javascript? I always thought it was a python script that called curl for specific youtube urls regarding the v=id.

No.866490

>>866463

For some videos on youtube it has to extract a string which is deobfuscated via javascript. youtube-dl implements a very minimal interpreter that has just enough features to parse the javascript file and deobfuscate what it needs.

No.866677

>>866490

cool. thanks for the quick rundown.

No.866691

>>860884

>half had someone else install the blockers for them

Does anyone ever stop and ask themselves how Google got this information?

No.866713

>>860842

you are the problem here

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Anyone else think the rise of web development/web technologies/webapps could be good for more obscure OSes? Nowadays the most important component for a desktop OS is a modern web browser, so just being able to port one like Firefox or Chromium over is enough for someone to go from "lel look at this shitty meme OS" to "hmm this actually seems like it could go somewhere"

In other words, GNU/HURD, Minix3, and Redox need a modern browser.

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No.866368

>>866260

Signalling is a concept on its own, no need to prepend "virtue" or any other word.

No.866537

>>866236

HURD has Debian and Guix you dimwit

Redox is Mozillabait

Minix does not need a browser

No.866573

>>866368

So is the concept of virtue signaling in itself a form of retard signaling?

No.866604

>>866537

>HURD has Debian and Guix you dimwit

HURD on Debian threw up an error message claiming it needed a "virtual package" that isn't in the repo when I tried to install Firefox.

GuixSD doesn't seem to have an option for HURD.

>Redox is Mozillabait

In what way? Are you saying that Mozilla will try to acquire the Redox project and develop it as their OS?

I would like to see evidence that this would ever happen.

Also, the project's current maintainer doesn't seem like the type to bow down to the (((progressive))) shit.

https://github.com/redox-os/redox/issues/350

>Minix does not need a browser

I personally disagree. Perhaps that would be the case if we were to limit it to its current narrow usage in the IME and other embedded purposes, but I think these OSes can be more than that.

No.866630

No. The rise of open sores software is what you are thinking about.

File: 1ad3c308640071b⋯.png (49.79 KB, 1356x606, 226:101, flood-rtorrent.png)

Any good alternatives to using rutorrent?

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No.863743

>PHP

Swimming in vomit? Use rtorrent with tmux/ssh or transmission-daemon.

No.863777

>>863743

>>PHP

Wut, it's in Node.js / React

>implying it's better

No.863785

>>863777

>Requirements

>Web-server with PHP 5

No.865928

>>863682

Transmission-daemon. Use transmission-qt to connect to it remotely. Transmission-gtk can't do remote mode.

No.866094

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>>865928

>transmission

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File: 67cabc8775434d8⋯.jpg (123.18 KB, 1024x678, 512:339, Lennart_poettering.jpg)

>CHANGES WITH 236:

>Support for the LUKS2 on-disk format for encrypted partitions has been added. This requires libcryptsetup2 during compilation and runtime.

The wonderboy does it again!

look at those dreamy eyes

Trust him! A cute boy like him can't do wrong!

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No.864521

>>864375

>t. lennart

sysv is not the only alternative to systemd

No.865253

>>864375

And mine harder.

No.865288

>>864350

CloverOS. All the main packages are precompiled for you but it's otherwise gentoo, therefore it's stable, clean, customizable and just werks. Debian is systemd and unstable as all crap despite having centuries-old packages, devuan is even less stable and managed by an SJW spic (but at least it has no systemd). If ubuntu isn't up-to-date enough it makes 0 sense to consider those anyway.

No.865307

>>864350

Try openbsd -current, via snapshots. You'll always be up to date and won't need to compile.

No.866043

>>838128

This isn't new. I've had FDE on my systemd arch sytem for over a year.

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>2009

<"THIS JUST IN TELEVISION IS NOW SWITCHING TO DIGITAL, BE SURE TO SWITCH TO DIGITAL OTHERWISE (((YOU WON'T GET TV)))!"

>Great. no more free TV...

>fast forward to today

>SDR antenna looking ugly as fuck without it's cords hooked in.

>I don't use it since I typically listen to radio on physical units.

>got a spare coax cable.

>I wonder...

>Hook it up

>set up the TV to look for channels because maybe... just maybe...

OH SHIT!!

WHAT THE FUCK IT WORKS!! THEY STILL HAVE BROADCAST TV!!

What's the story behind the digital switch? Why the fuck was the news being so stupid about it? Why did I (and many others) assume that it killed free broadcast TV?

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No.865985

I want an antenna DVR media player box, what should I get?

No.865997

File: c72f5dda2ac1231⋯.png (2.38 MB, 1920x1080, 16:9, vlcsnap-2018-02-09-20h15m5….png)

>>865985

See

>>865977

PC TV tuner is the way to go.

No.866001

>>864793

Because if not then TV died regardless.

You ever watch SD on a 40 inch? Fucking eye cancer.

No.866014

>>866001

It takes 3 seconds to plug in an antenna, scan, and find out for yourself

It takes less than this to perform a web search. But yes, ATSC specifies up to 1080p MPEG streams over VHF/UHF.

ATSC also increases the total number of available channels because as it turns out UHF/VHF to have a lot of bandwidth for digital streams, this is known as "multiplexing" and it's basically multiple "sub-channels" per frequency specified by the channels metadata. So now instead of channel 11, you can have channel 11-1, 11-2, 11-3.etc

No.866015

>>866001

Yes. It can do 1080i/p. With 5.1 audio.

ATSC 3.0 can do 4K now and has a pathway to 8K. Audio is Dolby AC-4 and MPEG-H 3D Audio.

If the broadcaster doesn't get crazy with compression try and cram a bunch of subchannels on to 1 frequency the ATSC1.0 OTA broadcasts can actually be better then what you can get via digital CATV or DirectTV.

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>So I refreshed my page about 10-15 minutes ago and was greeted with a white page and no content loading on 4chan. This is using Umatrix.

>It showed 3 new domains trying to load content. When I white list them the site loads normally, but 20-30 minutes ago they weren't being used at all.

>Decided to take a look and one isn't showing up as a registered address, the other 2 were registered just 2 weeks ago.

>Was about to make a thread as well, having the same issues

>Two of the three new domains belong to some suspicious company based in Ukraine, the third one appears to belong to Google

>The sites are being injected by 1st-party scripts and only on some pages (on the catalog they don't seem to be injected)

>What's going on?

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No.865670

>>840963

I have bad news for you.

Many of the users here are newcomers who started to use Yotsuba style websites way after 2014. They did not know the deeper issues, nor were they red-piled enough to know or at least care.

No.865691

>>839771

Based myon poster

No.865817

No.866002

File: ad05b4816d4cb4b⋯.jpg (46.05 KB, 564x454, 282:227, GassingJews.jpg)

>>839701

You must go for delousing first...

No.866003

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File: 58aeeb07c4d7658⋯.jpeg (47.49 KB, 504x610, 252:305, 47891_6_800.jpeg)

What's the future of online discussion anons?

<modern failed experiments:

>socialmedia

In a attempt to increase post quality, various sites sprung up where via a white list (following, subscribing, etc) or via voting, post were filtered out. This ultimately resulted in a filtering to the least common denominator, and the creation of a singular mass culture.

>imagesboards

In order to prevent the socialization of the community into a single mass culture users are made anonymous and with limited moderation. This to some extent succeeded but in the end the shitposters destroyed any discussion worth having on sufficiently large boards, and discussion defaulted to the least common denominator.

>smaller imageboards

In response to increases in low quality discussion and unwillingness to submit to the mass culture imageboards fracture into smaller communities more capable of having quality discussion, these unfortunately rarely gain enough users to have a conversation at all, meaning with rare exception fractures mend themselves.

<previously failed experiments:

>BBS Usenet & Mailing Lists

Killed by advances in technology, and spam.

>forums & irc

In response to poor moderation users fled sometimes consciously sometimes unaware to a environment where they could moderate themselves. This lead to the rise of self moderation. In addition these have some of the issues of socialization as socialmedia, although given to a lesser extent.

<other concerns with existing solutions

>security and with it opensource

>scalability without monetization and with it decentralization

<ultimate goal

quality discussion.

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No.865845

>>862756

I like what you're saying, I think you'd struggle to get users.

>>865682

>problem I mentioned in my original post

fair.

>absolute power corrupts

the point of not staying as moderator, also there are plenty of forums and even a few imageboards which don't have shit power hungry mods believe it or not.

>laws wont work

I'm pretty sure most retardation on imageboards is covered by that rule set, the only thing left is shit arguments but I can't see a way to remove that sanely.

>I like how you've basically just shitposted ideas in here without any concern on how it would be programmed much less handled over a federated network.

discussing implementation before functionality?

I don't think that's possible.

if you're talking about implementation before functionality you're probably larping tbh.

>we just need a modern fidonet

Jesus fucking Christ that's what this is!

It's fidonet, in the modern context, which means you have to have a web front end, and because you have a web frontend your options are to moderate the public nodes, and have free access to the backend or to have accounts.

If you don't want that just leave and go to NNTPchan, simple as that.

>I'm going to bump it every time you reply with sage

>>865783

webber?

>If you moderate you'll abuse your power at some point.

No.865858

>>862756

Just to be more specific, I like the idea of a unencoded ascii text board, because it raises the barrier of entry to people who can read. I think if you didn't have web accessibility, you would never generate a reasonable number of users in the modern context even if you also allowed interface from a text based client.

No.865871

>>865792

I've tried this, but it sucks. Most people don't allign with your values or interets. It's exhausting to pretend to be a normie, talking out of my ass, spending my time by wasting it on things where I don't have to think. The ones that do, are few and far between. Usually, you either find them over the internet in like-minded places. The ones in meatspace are usually low-quality, I can't understand why. The quality of everything has just been going down hill non-stop.

No.865922

File: 757a20dc61ccbb8⋯.jpg (94.78 KB, 640x480, 4:3, IMG_0605.JPG)

>>865858

I don't personally have a problem with web interface, so long as it's not forced on the user. The problem is these days almost every site forces you into web interface. So you can't ever use old, comfy, simple, non-botnet computer. You can't even use a cheap, small Beaglebone running OpenBSD text console instead of X.

But you could have some nodes running a web interface front-end for normies, and the rest just using the "real" text protocol. That's pretty easy to do. So long as the web interface doesn't dictate the protocol and content, then it will work.

I guess nntpchan works a bit like this, but they actually allow images on there. It's not just text.

No.865926

>>865922

I couldn't agree more.

File: abaf71ba6c2f8d5⋯.gif (307.43 KB, 800x450, 16:9, 5ch_animation.gif)

WHY?!

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No.864996

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>>864990

basically you have to accept to become a second-class citizen and the token gaijin english teacher for the rest of your days, but you maybe can be happy

... if living in the living anime that you projected it to be is what you aspire from life

No.864997

>>864996

at best you will find a Japanese wife, have hapa's who will not be bullied because you put them in an international school and after 20 years of high-school teaching get a temp job at a local university

No.865771

>>864474

>what are textboards

No.865799

Hmm, in the super-early 4chan days, there's was 5chan operated by a German crim that kept DDoS'ing 4chan.

Fun Fact: Furries actually got on reasonably well with halfchan then-- however when 5chan created their /fur/ board, and the DDoS'ing happened, the Furries sided with 5chan.

Then those fuckers got told to Yiff In Hell.

No.865896

>>865799

Fur-hate started on something awful. What I don't know is if SA truly shilled the chans into hating furries or secretly tried to claim credit for it for edge points. what I do know, is that the special snowflakes added fuel to the fire, and I take a wild guess that many of the perpetrators of the hate are the very snowflakes that everybody else hates.

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https://www.deepdotweb[.]com/2018/01/31/leak-shows-us-army-nsa-compromised-tor-i2p-vpns-wants-track-monero/

A photograph showing an alleged leaked Army document revealing a joint project to track anonymous cryptocurrencies seems to have come from a somewhat unlikely place. The photograph reveals some interesting things, one of which is the revelation that the National Security Agency (NSA) is conducting a joint project with the US Army’s Cyber Protection Team (CPT) from the Cyber Protection Brigade located in Fort Gordon, Georgia. The image, originally posted on 4chan’s /biz section which is their Business and Finance forum, is dated August 21st, 2017 and states:

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No.865255

With the spectre leaks and whatnot, why are you guys focused on software when your entire machine is exposed? Seems pointless.

No.865312

>>865255

Should I just use Windows and Internet Explorer then?

No.865316

>>865255

it's not necassarily exposed if you own old, blob free hardware. The more hardcore users around are into that, hence the old thinkpad threads.

but yeah if you give even the slightest shit about your privacy, you need to start from the metal up

No.865386

Linus's paw paw sez that the NSA approached him and tried to get him to backdoor Linux.

No.865698

>>863475

This looks exactly like a workstation that I used when I was in the military.

what to do with open 8ch tech tabs?

this is what happens:

>visit 8ch tech

>open a lot of new threads

>next day happens, go to point 1 and repeat

after some weeks I get like 50-150 8ch tech threads in my browser

how to avoid and fix that?

how to keep threads that are still active and important? what to do with threads that no longer active? close them? bump them? save them to hdd?

what is your system and procedure for browsing 8ch tech?

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No.863323

> implying /tech/ has even that many worthwhile threads to keep open

> implying you will learn anything from them except how to become a racist maybe

> how to fix autism

No.864651

>>863244

>there is no point in opening all those at the same time.

For as long as bookmarking is shit (show me a bookmark manager which isn't clunky to use and is able to preserve parent-child tab relationships from treestyletab), keeping tabs open is sadly the better alternative. Prove me wrong by showing specific examples of good tab/bookmark management, much appreciated if you can do that.

No.864716

>>864651

The alternative is to close the threads when you've finished reading them! If you want to archive them, then archive them! I know this is radical but I can assure you, it can actually work.

No.865602

>what is your system and procedure for browsing 8ch tech?

step 1. go to 8ch.net/<board name>/catalog.html

step 2. open interesting threads in new tabs

step 3. close catalog tab

step 6. repeat from 4 for every thread I have opened in step 2

step 7. close web browser

No.865639

i love coming up with overly complicated solutions for simple problems

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Are they a meme or not? Personally i think they help a lot but there are so many people saying things like "i've been programming for 30 years and my editor is black on white and it JUST WORKS"

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No.863596

>>863595

>fonts

*color schemes

No.863676

>>863596

only use redshift for up to 2 hours before you go to bed

dont fall for the memes

No.865501

>>863676

>2 hours

Why?

No.865515

I slightly modded ir_black. The concrete advantage of color schemes is that it's easier on the eyes to be able to see things in colors. Helps pick out and differentiate pieces of code easier. Open up a big C++ file in your editor and look at it. Then cat it. See the difference?

No.865569

>>861787

Well, they're fun, and to me they add a degree of comfort. I like that I can continue to customize them by specifying new keywords that I find important. Hell, sometimes I've made certain keywords bold and underlined just for the duration of a project, if they were important and I was missing them.

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