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#26 2020-04-02 13:15:29

rbh
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Re: BL homepage

I was not wishing for myself. I visit BL startpage and forum daily.

I subsrcibe to relaseinfo from Some projetcs in SF.net. I am not intrested in more information than nwe realeses...

Probably there is other people having the same interest in Bunsen Labs. They do not want to register on the forum, just get info about new release.
Maby something to implement in the future...?

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#27 2020-04-04 04:10:25

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Re: BL homepage

Another option for people who do not want to participate in the forum - we have an official Twitter feed: https://twitter.com/RealBunsenLabs
Most of the content is automatically pushed from the Announcements page which @twoion mentioned.


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#28 2020-04-07 07:38:57

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Re: BL homepage

The BL homepage FAQ says there are a "BunsenLabs En Espanol" group on Google+. Since there are no more G+, this piece of information is quite redundant.

Sorry, did not know how to get the  ~ above the n in Espanol on my keyboard.  ops


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#29 2020-04-10 08:14:15

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Re: BL homepage

^Thanks for the reminder!
There might be some other details needing a tidy-up before long.


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#30 2020-04-10 13:23:58

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Re: BL homepage

dolly wrote:

The BL homepage FAQ says there are a "BunsenLabs En Espanol" group on Google+. Since there are no more G+, this piece of information is quite redundant.

Sorry, did not know how to get the  ~ above the n in Espanol on my keyboard.  ops

Thanks, removed the link. A shame; this was pretty the biggest BL community outside of forums.bunsenlabs.org. Also a shame: https://web.archive.org/web/20190402122 … 9831191422 the g+ site is pretty much useless as archived by archive.org. Thanks, web 2.0.


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#31 2020-04-17 01:03:29

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Re: BL homepage

dolly wrote:

The BL homepage FAQ says there are a "BunsenLabs En Espanol" group on Google+. Since there are no more G+, this piece of information is quite redundant.

Sorry, did not know how to get the  ~ above the n in Espanol on my keyboard.  ops

I used to be an admin there. Great community indeed. They moved to mewe. I don't know how it worked out 'coz I never joined again.

btw, I always have an ascii table around for those symbols. Back in the day we didn't have keyboards in spanish so we typed Alt+164 to get the ñ. Nowadays, there're two types of spanish keyboards (spanish and latin american spanish), same language, different layout.


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#32 2020-04-17 01:52:56

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Re: BL homepage

Off Topic, but for people who only occasionally want to use a special character, the "compose" key can be handy. I have mine set to the CapsLock key, so to type a ñ I hit CapsLock then n and ~ (in either order).
é = CapsLock e '
etc (sorry I've forgotten where you can find all these)

You can set the compose key in autostart with eg 'setxkbmap -option compose:caps' but it seems unreliable. I prefer to put it in /etx/default/keyboard:

XKBOPTIONS="compose:caps"

You don't have to use CapsLock - a bit of googling will probably bring up the other possibilities.


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#33 2020-04-17 16:37:58

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Re: BL homepage

dolly wrote:

... Sorry, did not know how to get the  ~ above the n in Espanol on my keyboard.  ops

johnraff wrote:

Off Topic, but for people who only occasionally want to use a special character...

I don't know how things goes on other keyboards, but on my Danish keyboard, I just type [Alt Gr][~] and then [N] (deadkeys), which yields an ñ...
Likewise, [Alt Gr][,]+[C] yields a ç, [^]+[E] an ê, etc.
Aren't deadkeys available on all keyboards?


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#34 2020-04-18 04:43:19

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Re: BL homepage

^I don't think so. I have no [Alt Gr] for that matter, only an [Alt_L], and Alt+~ then n just produced a plain n for me.
But the compose key (once it's enabled) looks equally simple.
CapsLock c , gives ç  (c and comma in either order)


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