@Nezchan Sorry I completely missed the part about deleting config file when I read your first message.
There might be something in other config files that contain the term.
@Nezchan Look into ~/.config/Clementine/Clementine.conf
Deleting this file will erase all of your Clementine settings, so rename it to Clementine.conf_bak
Restart Clementine and check if it resolves the issue you're having.
If this action causes more issues than it solves, rename Clementine.conf_bak to Clementine.conf
@Nezchan That looks like giberrish to me as well -- seems like a JSON file with... stuff in it.
Can you try the following command -- it would only show filenames where the term appears
grep -rnil clementine ~/.config
@Nezchan This is where all the configuration files are kept. I suspect the issue you're having with windows because there's some stray setting somewhere that makes this happen.
I'd carefully examine what grep returns (it returns matching patterns and file names where it finds them).
I'd open the files it returns with text editor and see what they contain.
Deleting *some* of these files will reset your settings, but this will reset all of your settings and can mess with other system params.
@Nezchan there's probably some setting in your ~/.config directory.
Try running 'grep -rni clementine ~/.config' and see if that brings anything.
@mhoye OLPC has back and white screen mode that should work in the sunlight. Give it a try.
@alex Hey Alex, why do you keep boosting your own posts?
I'm just curious.
Got an *old* Canon camera?
Roman needs your help getting his hands on some .CRW files to provide support for testing! Please help out if you can (check the topic for more info).
(In fact, we can use _many_ camera model raw files using old .CRW - please take a moment to check out https://raw.pixls.us and see if you have a camera we're missing raw files for!)
@patdavid Oh, wow. I have 2 cameras from the list -- Canon CHDK and Panasonic.
I'll try to get some images over the weekend.
If you scroll down to the FreeCAD section, there are instructions on using the Mesh workbench to repair STL files that aren't water tight (manifold).
@qwazix This looks like a new meme in the making.
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@ashwinvis In my experience, it's the opposite. I got very disillusioned with wisdom of the crowds and curation that my views swing back to trusting more traditional media.
At least with articles or standalone websites you know whose name is attached to everything and aware of that person's bias.
With places like HN -- it's everyone's opinion and it takes way too much effort to see what biases each person posting or arguing has, and any social media is so easy to manipulate.
Python programmer, runner, likes 3D printers and making short videos.
I post SQL queries without CW.
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