Tweet Archive for June 2018

  • @mannheim_de vielen dank, ich frag da mal nach.

  • @mannheim_de das hab ich schon verstanden. ich habe mich ja nur gefragt, weil da immer „vorläufig“ steht, wann man denn mit einer „abschliessenden Klärung“ rechnen kann. oder tut sich da überhaupt nichts? ist immerhin schon viele jahre her.

  • Was ist eigentlich aus der Verbraucherinfo-Initiative für Lebensmittelhygiene ("Restaurant-Ekel-Liste") geworden? Gibts da irgendwann mal wieder eine öffentliche Tabelle für Mannheim @quadratestadt? Scheint seit 2013 tot.

  • „Nothing beside remains. Round the decay Of that colossal wreck, boundless and bare The lone and level sands stretch far away.“ https://t.co/GcjEgJ9Zph

  • @tweetbot Were you able to reproduce the issue? The app still re-opens on the primary display instead of the one it was placed on. (Tweetbot 3.0.4 Mac)

  • Today I rethought my Automator service to calculate file hashes and ended up using the one I found on Superuser. Works perfectly, makes MD5, SHA1 and SHA256 via the Services context menu. https://t.co/lkC4OnKE5t Read comment for instructions

  • Oops https://t.co/J4QfbW9UBi

  • Adding a little background noise would be trivial as well, with, say, a 100x100px PNG tiled behind the SVG. If you fiddle with it for a while, it could get very close, for a fraction of the filesize. Isn't this web design 101?

  • I love Apple's #WWDC 2018 design, with the gray objects and all, but one thing confuses me: for the "dot grid" background they use a 330+kb full width JPG, instead of a smaller pattern-style PNG (65kb, middle) or a simple 6kb SVG (right). What am I missing? https://t.co/OMapQGNzpC

  • @marcoarment does this mean I‘ll be able to update Overcast again?! kept holding on to the last version with podcast sync

  • Apple DOTA! #WWDC

  • @bastianallgeier https://t.co/bUARmZgVsg

  • @tweetbot I use two screens on my mac and have TB3 on the second usually. When I close the window and reopen it later, it displays on the primary display (in the correct screen position though). Is this something you can reproduce and/or fix? I'm here if you'd like more info.