Why are you making shit up?
Why are you making shit up?
The internal architecture of LibreOffice's rendering was up to this point broken beyond belief. They had it based on refresh timers and other such crazy stupidity, it really boggled my mind when I looked at it a few years ago and only now they are up to fixing that (I don't recall if 5.0 has it fully fixed or not). That's why you have artifacts and the persisting feeling of there being an everpresent UI lag: because, at least prior to 5.0, there was, and it was pretty damn bad and hard to work around if you were to start hacking on the code. The underlying self-made UI framework they use is only a bit better than MFC, and just about as old, and most definitely is a holdover from the StarDivision. I'd have loved a port to something more modern, like Qt Quick. It'd make working on the code way simpler, and the performance would be like night and day compared to what's there.
A Qt port would be nice, but it would need to be a port to Qt Quick, not to widgets - since that's where all the development is being focused on, and that's where the rendering performance gains are made with every other release. It's not a big deal, but widgets are showing their age and Qt Quick is much nicer to deal with, and the performance boost is wonderful. Internally, the architecture of the multitude of dialogs needs to be split between a model and a view - I don't know to what extent that is the case right now, but it'd be a good first step.
Hopefully if a fucking bugler would be entering my house, may he or she wait till after the wee hours of the morning, or at least may they kindly refrain from using the fucking bugle, thank you very much
That is precisely the case. It's up to them to decrypt it if they can. If they can't - too bad.
Now be careful because you've just shot yourself in the foot.
Even 200 years ago, I could have encrypted a letter or some records using a one-time pad that may physically exist, or that I may be able to derive using my mind only. The evidence you get is the encrypted stuff. You can do with it whatever you want. That has not changed at all - you can hack at it to your heart's content. Same on an encrypted phone: you certainly have access to the encrypted contents, who told you that you don't? The encrypted data is evidence. If you can decrypt it - great. If you can't - tough luck. I'm not going to incriminate myself by giving you keys to decrypt incriminatory information.
See? You're really silly.
Sure, mail can be opened with a warrant, and if I have encrypted the letter using a one-time pad, much good will that do. And I can't be compelled to self-incriminate, so I can't give you the one-time pad iff the contents of the encrypted letter are in my opinion incriminatory. Digital encryption is no different.
That type of encryption is specifically for a joe six pack, and has been in existence for at least two centuries IIRC.
SMM was a "nice" idea in more timid times. It let unscrupulous vendors emulate missing hardware features with (usually poorly written) firmware. I had quite enough head-banging when trying to implement realtime audio I/O on systems that turned out to emulate sound blaster and other industry standards.
You live in a world where people routinely walk 50 miles over ice to "visit friends"? Must be a cozy little place, then.
You know what? Pray tell what medical stuff you work on so that I'll never let it anywhere near my body. You're an idiot.
ESA had years in transit to check out the spacecraft.
Yeah, and if the thrusters check out to be broken, then what? Do you volunteer to sponsor a repair mission?
You're nuts. Truly, certifiably, nuts.
The lander has no propulsion. Except for "hold-down" cold gas thrusters that could pin it down temporarily, but failed to fire, and harpoons, that didn't work either, there was nothing on it that could do much to alter its trajectory or retain it on the surface.
By then you should have a supply of used and refurbed modules on eBay, as is usual with Apple products. There are multiple shops equipped for BGA rework and whatnot that fix Apple's logic boards, power supplies, and so on.
Obstinate reading comprehension fail. "Use VMWare player" "I don't want to set up dual boot". Seriously? Nobody asks you to dual boot anything. You really need to try things out. Download the damn player, set it up, install Windows 10, go. When you're done, delete the VM image files, uninstall the player, and nobody will even know that Win 10 was on your system. Sheesh.
Work is the crab grass in the lawn of life. -- Schulz