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bio website nerdism.us
location Bremen, Germany
age 27
visits member for 4 years, 7 months
seen Jul 16 at 9:25

I'm a webdeveloper from germany.

Languages:

  • (X)HTML
  • CSS
  • Ruby
  • PHP
  • Javascript

Frameworks:

  • Ruby on Rails
  • jQuery
  • Sinatra.rb

Tools

  • VIM
  • Fish-Shell
  • iTerm2
  • Git

Im confident at other (non-programming) stuff like UI-Design, Interaction Design, Design and the like too. But this does not quite relate here.


Oct
7
comment SSH password stopped working
@MichaelKjörling see updated question. This might get us somewhere.
Sep
2
comment ICQ offline messages (do not show up)
@Keltari this question is almost 4 years old now.
Apr
15
comment execute visual selection or range as script
yup. In fact I already tried this but this doesn't help me that much. Do you know any existing wrappers? Or where to find sources how to write one myself?
Apr
15
comment execute visual selection or range as script
rewrote question.
Jan
5
comment Mighty Mouse is jumping around on screen
@daniel nope. It is really an instant jump. The distance is also totally random.
Jan
5
comment Mighty Mouse is jumping around on screen
post updated. Surface is not the problem…
Jan
5
comment Weird behaviour/rendering of backspace in Terminal.app when SSHing into zsh using tmux/screen
in which .zprofile? On my local machine or on the server? :)
Jan
5
comment Mighty Mouse is jumping around on screen
I don't think the surface is a problem. I know by experience how the mouse behaves on gradients or the like on the surface. It's not a weird movement, rather an instant jump that comes from time to time and cannot be reproduced by simply moving over the same spot again. Nevertheless I'll use a sheet of paper to absolutely exclude the surface as a problem.
Jan
5
comment Weird behaviour/rendering of backspace in Terminal.app when SSHing into zsh using tmux/screen
Updated my post. This behaviour is only when using tmux/screen. In tmux Ctrl-L does not work properly and Ctrl-H doesn't do a thing. Added some more infos to my intro post.