I decided to use KWrite as my text editor finally. I'd been using gedit until yesterday. However, I suddenly couldn't open some files this morning. But they can be opened by vim. Then I try to find another editor like Notepad++ on Windows. In fact, I need the text encoding feature because I usually view and edit text files encoded as GBK and Shift_JIS.
Notepadqq is a good alternative to Notepad++ but unluckily my Chinese IME doesn't work in it. 😑
Finally I decided to use KWrite.
I saw this when I was shopping for anime stickers for my cards.
p1: The stickers can be pasted on the back of your mobile phone.
p2: They can be pasted everywhere besides your cup.
p3: They are waterproof.
Me: That seems to make sense but there seems to be something wrong. 🤔 Oh wait… Your mobile phone…
I'm re-watching #Kanon (the 2002 version). I'm deeply moved by Makoto's story again. I can't help crying again. That's really an awesome anime.
(⚠Pic contains SPOILERS)
Finished playing Meakashi-hen, the answer vol for Watanagashi-hen, while listening to the ending song "you". In fact, I've guessed the truth because I've played some games made by "SP-time", a Chinese dojin visual novel developers team, which are inspired by "When They Cry".
I ♥ Shion Sonozaki
Switch #Ubuntu 18.04 to TTY text mode:
sudo init 3 # or use
sudo systemctl isolate multi-user.target
Switch back to graphical mode:
sudo init 5 # or use
sudo systemctl isolate graphical.target
Set TTY text mode as default:
sudo systemctl set-default multi-user.target
Switch back to graphical mode as default:
sudo systemctl set-default graphical.target
As for #emoji fonts, or technically speaking, the emoji implement, my favorite is Twemoji. Twemoji looks very beautiful on flags. Rounded rectangle flags looks much better than round flags implemented by EmojiOne in my opinion. As for Emoticons, I think Twemoji is better than Noto Color Emoji, too. Unluckily, the ttf font of Twemoji keeps its color only if it's used on a browser, or it will become black and white on local apps, on gedit for instance.
Ubuntu has many fonts preinstalled but I don't need all of them. I deleted some fonts files at /usr/share/fonts/ a while ago but there are packages left. So I ran `sudo apt purge` to remove them, including the fonts-ubuntu package because I dislike it. I found that I couldn't enter system setting after doing that. Only at this time I realized I removed other packages accidently. Luckily I found a thread at Ask Ubuntu and found out that package is gnome-control-center.
I found that both Vocaloid Wiki and Vocaloid Lyrics Wiki exist on Wikia. However, it seems that all the articles (lyrics) on Vocaloid Lyrics Wiki can be found on Vocaloid Wiki. So what's the meaning of the independent Vocaloid Lyrics Wiki?
It confused me a lot. 😕
Thanks to the ISATAP provided by Tsinghua University, I can access Ipv6 at my server, so that I can seed for the IPv6-only private tracker of my school on that server.
I managed to customize the hot keys for MPlayer finally and now it accords with my habit.
←, →: Seek
↑, ↓: Volume
Space, Mouse Left Click: Pause/Play
s: Switch subtitle
S: Enable/Disable subtitle
[, ]: Speed down/up
<, >, Ctrl+Left, Ctrl+Right: Previous/Next file at playlist
f, Mouse Left Double Click, F11: Fullscreen
@duponin That sounds cool. I'll try it later.
I prefer to use #SMPlayer as the video player on #Ubuntu, despite the CJK characters in title bar can't display correctly from time to time due to the text encoding. However, there aren't any better alternative.
As for #MPlayer, which is the core of SMPlayer, is so awesome that can run at terminal but it's too complicated to configure. The manual is too long for reading.