Women on Web, a non-profit organization providing support to women and pregnant people has been blocked by various ISPs all over Spain
Introducing Inkscape 1.0! After a little over three years in development, we're excited to launch this long-awaited version for Windows and Linux (and the macOS preview) Watch the release video (inkscape.org/release-video-1-0) and download it here: https://inkscape.org/release/inkscape-1.0/
Note: If the download link doesn't work, check back a little later. The files are being propagated across our CDN.
@air_pump Congratulations, Dr.!
While putting Debian to revive an old Thinkpad, i now have 3 first steps before anything else after install:
1. Move to the "testing" sources and dist-upgrade
2. Set up sudo
3. Set up font-manager (ty @rra!) and disable the dozens of Noto fonts that make font menus unusable
Making games at sea – Hundred Rabbits and how they build games by boat
@raphaelbastide w o w
you ought to print a whole book
@epifn Yeah I feel you, the UI is pretty opinionated and the font was too light for my eyes.
There is however the great feature to use custom CSS to manipulate most UI elements (even toolbars), and it's easy to hack if you turn on debug mode in the preferences.
These are a couple of samples from what I have after an hr of tweaking, and my custom CSS is here: https://paste.tildeverse.org/?39b9d46baf663805#4bgGhmR9N4UAByTXfv5pjRrW9VdGJqX63RsYASZYsar8
You know what product packaging I like? Flour. It's usually just paper and adhesive, often unleaded, eminently recyclable or biodegradable. If want longer shelf life, you're expected to transfer it to your own non-disposable container. For whatever reason, the industry has never much felt the need to muck with that convention.
Zettlr seems close to your requirements, see also the Zettelkasten method
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