Bookmark it for later install. Thank you.
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Try showing this to your cat:
My cat doesn't care what's on tv/monitor EXCEPT if there is some big circle comes on the screen, then she panics like it is a horrible monster?
The video above is just an example of one that scares her -- but it doesn't have to be a moving animation -- any giant circle will do.
What's up with that?-mouser (August 11, 2021, 01:30 PM)
Tank and the Bangas.. Stumbled across this yesterday.. The energy and style of this band is a joy to behold. Singer's voice reminded me a bit of Amy Whinehouse:-mouser (January 10, 2021, 11:36 AM)
I vote for "moving around to subfolders would not have any effect on where new captures are saved." But as for the separate issue "what should happen if you are in a different folder and a new capture is made" I would vote for a new capture leaving the current folder and going to the new capture in the default location. You can spruce that up for people who want to put screenshots in all sorts of different places with a configuration option to disable the default screenshot directory which is always used for new captures. In conjunction with that Auto Move should always apply to one directory only (specified on that configuration page).-Jeffrey Klute (July 13, 2020, 05:17 PM)
Is it also on Google Podcasts? Thank you.-erikts (September 24, 2020, 10:01 PM)
Whether you update K-9 depends on whether or not you like the changes they're implementing, the complete loss of single-hand usage and dropping out of the app instead of switching back to the account list pretty much killed any idea of updating from its current public release for me.-4wd (September 22, 2020, 11:12 PM)
This is an experimental “book” about regular expressions. It is largely visual and example-based, as opposed to most regex resources I found while I was learning. I also attempted to choose test cases that highlight some common gotchas. I think it’ll be worth your time.
This book’s intended audience is regex beginners. Some programming experience is assumed. It does not go into advanced regex concepts like engine backtracking and recursive regexes—at least not at the moment.
This is also an open source project, and contributions are welcome.