Finally looked into the options to change the appearance of my this note is written on.

Nice 😀. Using to tinker with the colours on the opened page and change the css I drafted some changes.

I put the color changes into data/_theme.scss, but overriding the layout of dd/dd to not contain nowrap in dl { didn't work that way. I had to change that in app/scss/main.scss which I believe is not meant to be done this way.

I guess there must be some way to override the settings from app/scss/main.scss somewhere in data/ to seperate code and configuration.

Maybe someone or even could shed some light onto this.

I started this instance in September 2022 and I've gotten very used to it and wouldn't want to miss this great application and its near perfect balance between simplicity/being light and offering exactly the feature set I like to have.

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I tried to stop / from using the socket of because of a bug in Debian that renders the audio daemons useless after some time: sockets do not get closed and the only way to get audio back when there are no sockets left is to restart.

The way I tried to do it didn't work completely. still opens sockets to the pulseaudio daemon - even though the processes show that they run in an environment containing PULSE-SERVER=unix:/dev/null.

Any ideas how I stop firefox using that pulseaudio socket? Mount namespace - does it include sockets? A restriction on a systemd slice (cgroup) I could use?

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I think this is solved as I wrote in the forum thread.

Learned something new: When I tried to revert the wireless.js in luci to a version offering the configuration for aka I controlled the downloaded version in the debugging window of .

Right there its possible to download a javascript file from the debugger to a file, change it and use it inside the opened web page. No need to change anything on the server serving the original js.

I intentionally broke audio output of and :

Lately I found that I'd sometimes like to click on audio content people are sharing. I do and somehow expectedly I can't hear what Firefox starts playing.

Found OpenWith which allows to open an URL through its context menu with any configured external program.

Now I can open links to a lot of content by using FreeTube.

A good reason to not like is there use of . With my and its cookie settings and blockers I can't log in, because cloudflare can't check the "security of my connection".

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Sometimes listening isn't enough. Had to go into a video conference yesterday. Listening to music on my worked fine, but when I tried to get audio in the conference I remembered that my desktop is broken, because of this issue I wrote about.

I had to ask the other participants to wait, because I'd need to restart my desktop to get sound. Not funny if connected with people partly working on Apple devices.

time: the major problem at the time being in my use case seems to be and leaving sockets to pipewire- open.

I now run them using PULSE-SERVER=unix:/dev/null <program> and it seems they really do not connect to pipewire-pulse anymore and therefor can't leave its sockets open.

No sound in apps is o.k. - I can always run - if I need a page deliver sound.

does blocking me from loading a page because they have the impression that my browser might be to old to handle it. I just updated a few days ago to the at time of writing official version.

Yes, cloudflare might not be able to see the correct version because of settings making it harder to track my firefox, but should they care?

From every bad there comes something good: I had lost track of μArt and usb-serial-adapter and had searched for it. Using the name of the kickstarter product I couldn't access on I searched crowdsupply and found the adapter I had remembered 😀 .

In the end cloudflare protected me from buying the wrong product, because they thought my browser is to old.

Just started using to try it out.

In combination with it really works well and completely fits my use case.

A new function I had hoped for is that I'd be able to fill username/password fields of other applications without copy'n'past from a terminal or from qtpass.

I'm using wayland/gnome and tried to come up with an idea how to configure something to have the right click menu extended or an hotkey to show some menu to select a username or password to fill in the field the cursor is in.

In short a function as the P beside fields in Firefox.