Hi. I need some quick testing from people using Linux and High-DPI / >1 Desktop Scale Factor.
Just added support for this on DPF Linux side, so testing is very much appreciated.
git clone --recursive -b develop https://github.com/DISTRHO/DPF.git
make -C DPF
The test requires OpenGL and X11 develop packages installed and a working audio setup (if you are on archlinux you should always have this)
Let me know if it scales properly, see screenshot for an example
Oh and btw, while website is being tweaked and updated, time for a Carla bugfix release! v2.3.2 fixing a few regressions introduced in v2.3.1
Looking for ideas on a new page (again for the kx.studio site).
If you look at https://kx.studio/Development it should be pretty clear what it tries to do.
But well, it looks horrible 😅
Suggestions will be very welcome!
PS: the page might take a tiny bit to load
Need to ask for help/feedback/testing again.
Did some iframe trickery to get a page embed into another one with its full height, as then only 1 scrollbar is needed (from the main page).
If you have a few seconds, open up https://kx.studio/Board and tell me:
1. Do you see [kan]board style contents within the page content?
2. Is the content height correct? (that is, you can see the full thing)
3. Do you see only 1 scrollbar, or more?
4. Does anything look out of place?
Making the KXStudio homepage more mobile friendly, getting most of the contents to be friendly to vertical layouts.
Still need to figure out a way to do a "hamburguer" menu or something to access all the previous menu entries.
But the content should be way more responsive compared to before.
Please give it a try at https://kx.studio/
Do you spot anything wrong?
PS: If you visited the page before, you might need to force-reload to get rid of browser cache.
Another one of those monthly reports is here.
Mostly about automated builds this time.
HaikuOS R1 Beta3 is out now!
<3 <3 <3
My poor little server, so much ffmpeg importing @unfa 's videos 😂 😂 😂
What political and science debates on TV/news feel like.
One article to stay in the bookmarks for its usefulness in discussions surrounding privacy.
I saw people worried about #vaccines causing death. My wife is a doctor so I asked her.
It's complicated, but the general takeaway is: all medicine has risk involved. Just like driving a car or even walking near a roadway. Yet the risk vs reward ratio is usually such that we decide to use medicine. In people who don't have strong independent risk factors vaccines should not cause issues. There's always outliers, but generally vaccines save way, way more lives than they cost.
Carla 2.3.1 has been released
Another small but important release.
A new JACK2 release. 🚀
Don't forget to restart the JACK server after the update.
LWN has a little article on github copilot https://lwn.net/SubscriberLink/862769/9cbeaabb61b9d47c/
Also links to https://gist.github.com/0xabad1dea/be18e11beb2e12433d93475d72016902 which is pretty interesting
I like this quote from the github gist:
> The inevitable conclusion is that Copilot can and will write security vulnerabilities on a regular basis
On the topic of telemetry and tracking, did you know nvidia drivers on Windows come bundled with a bunch of tracking software services?
Get some free tracking with your drivers! ☢️
An old article about this, not sure if still up to date, but still quite "interesting"
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