Added the option to see each 1-bit channels per line, and the assembled 4-colors result.
Added some features I liked from Acme, right-click to find the next instance for a word.
When I start using a new program, usually I spend some time changing the keyboard shortcuts to what I'm used to. This sometimes involves learning a new configuration file format. In the case of ~rabbits/left, it was very easy, as the 'configuration' is just a couple of functions in the c source code.
e.g. after I added scroll wheel support (https://lists.sr.ht/~rabbits/public-inbox/patches/16432), I've been able to use left for general purpose editing, rather than another editor.
When did you start using left to edit left.c?
Has it fully replaced your primary editor, at least for editing left?
At what point (commit hash?) did it get to where new commits are written in it?
I've translated the first 50 lines from ocr output into readable C code.
Maybe somebody wants to do the next 50 lines?
Recently added support for SVG chord symbols on my chordbook gemsite.
As it turns out, many gui #gemini clients (deedum, lagrange, amfora) have atrocious svg support
Probably will look into it for lagrange in the future.
Today, I calculated the meter of each 'letter' of #psalm119 using https://github.com/christian-classics-ethereal-library/hyphenator
The word "blessed" is counted as one syllable, but we can make it split it into two.
Hi! My name is Manuel. I struggle since forever to become the person that I actually am, and to finally throw out that full-time autopilot that’s just killing time by watching youtube videos and fantasizing about doing stuff I never end up doing.
I don’t think there’s a better place for me to achieve this mission than Merveilles.town, which made me move here.
Sometimes I manage to create something, but the struggle is far from over. I am happy to have you along for the ride! :)