great news michael!
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great news michael!
it seems this problem is solved now in the latest update. I can run it out of the box now on opensuse 11.4 64bit
same here, I've waited a few years, but the situation stays the same. I consider not renewing.
even that, you can do on youtube itself nowadays ;) see http://googlesystem.blogspot.com/2010/06/youtube-video-editor.html
thanks for the tip! will try it out this evening
It's funny you blog about this today as I had to google to find out that a video editor shipped by default on ubuntu does not support video effects, lol. I tried to click anything anywhere, read the...
thanks for the link, made my day! it's not a perfect solution, but anything is better than an ad-filled rss feed redirecting you to an ad-filled web page.. :)
Michael, I believe it would be good...
stevenaaus: I am a bit confused, but thanks for bumping my request :) as a subscriber I already have the single page option, but I'd like it to be the default view mode.
I have to admit though...
did you consider using identi.ca ?
I consider both Tremulous and Urban Terror to be quite good. Especially addictive :)
I think it would be very useful to have the option to set the single page view mode as the default viewing mode. Stored permanently somewhere, a cookie or something, dunno :)
I thought I...
Hi Michael, sounds good! To encourage development, I subscribed on a year plan ;)
btw, ads in my current feed did disappear! although the current feed with short excerpts isn't that useful of...
since I primarily read my news through a news feeder, I would be interested to know if ads will disappear when becoming premium member and what would be the status of full text rss feed for...
hi, will a subscription also disable the ads in the rss feed?
btw, I don't really use an ad blocker. In firefox I occasionally block something when it consumes too much cpu.
thanks for this...
this is great news! can't wait! (btw, link yields gateway timeout)
yes, I actually read that blog post :) It is a nice tip, but ultimately, I would like to be able to have 3d opengl acceleration so I can play a bit around with the kwin effects code without having to...
heh, interesting indeed. I would be delighted to try out the latest kDE4daily image with 3d acceleration! :)