someone posted screenshots of endevour os .... i guess i m not the only defaulter
That does not make it better. If someone else jumps off a skyscraper, do you do it too?
From Garuda Team?
But feel free to maintain
The only one post about is yourself.
you might be confusing it with sway.
btw i reinstalled garuda qtile today and there was a config error in the live installer but somehow i installed it.. same config error after installing it... so had to download my config file and noticed that "albattery" module was not working... so i had to comment that out and everything was good... after using it for few minutes garuda pushed an update and all my config was gone.... i like the new config though... just minor reconfig and everything working fine...
config.fish working fine too
What's next a app that does your laundry. /j
Please stop with the shorteners like /w /j and so on.
A great many Garuda Linux users are not Native American speakers, or even as Americans are not familiar with these abbreviations.
Thank you for your understanding.
It is not a shortener it indicates the tone as some people might have difficulty understanding it.
EDIT: link Tone Indicators and How to Use Them - The New York Times
No matter what you call it, I don't know it.
I already have to search the web enough, so I don't need this too.
Try to use emoji instead.
I don't think that many people use tone indicators, at least not here.
so that's what this is about. God I'm so old
Yes, I would like a foghorn as a signal!
we use encrypted pigeons for that
Give me a pair of with laces and I'm
No we use eagles.
I feel like one of the oldsters in the South ParQ Vaccination episode right now, since the ol' lady and I got J&J Covid-19 jabs this morning.
Look out, you kids!!!
What are the necro-bumping rules in Garuda? Do they apply for stuff in the Community Section?
Just don't revive months old thread unless very necessary. Start a new tthrwad instead. In new thread, you can refer old thread though.
Well, if it is general thread, like this one, you can revive it freely.
The general rule of thumb is don't necro technical threads. There is one exception to this general rule of thumb. If on a technical thread that is older you have discovered a new solution that is pertinent to the issue at hand then feel free to add your new solution.
What we don't like to see is someone necroing a year old technical help request with:
"me too, I've exactly the same thing"
Chances are it's not exactly the same thing and the user should always open a new technical help request rather than bumping a long dormant technical help request.
Who is nina?