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Sape tau logo atas sampul surat ni dtg dr mne eh?

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submitted 10 months ago by HTCPCP508@lemmy.world to c/france@lemmy.world

Avec son reglage précis vous pouvez choisir quelles tranches d'age vous dégagez.

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The idea is to attract more users here. I could be wrong, and I know there already is ask lemmy. But here, you can ask whatever the fuck you want about anything.

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Buscemi 💀 (www.youtube.com)
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submitted 11 months ago by Mr_Buscemi to c/buscemi

Buscemi

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submitted 10 months ago by harcesz@szmer.info to c/wolnyinternet@szmer.info

cross-postowane z: https://karab.in/m/internet/t/11530

Wielokrotnie słyszeliśmy, że dziennikarze kochają Twittera. Uwielbiają tweetować, uwielbiają czytać o sobie na Twitterze, uwielbiają ostrzegać przed potencjalnymi zagrożeniami związanymi z Twitterem, uwielbiają używać go do śledzenia newsów. I nie mogą przestać pisać o tej platformie. Za każdym razem, gdy pojawia się jakiś zamiennik Twittera — Mastodon, Post, Bluesky, Threads i inne — narzekający żalą się, że nie jest wystarczająco podobny do Twittera.

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submitted 10 months ago by anonymouslemmy@feddit.nl to c/privacy@lemmy.ml

Today I realized that is possible login on twitter with a temp mail through VPN in a complete anonymous way. I think it's a very good thing. I don't understand why here a lot of people criticize Elon Musk. I think that now it's a platform more open to debates, it's almost free speech. No other popular big tech platform allow anonymous login.

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submitted 11 months ago by cynber@lemmy.ca to c/main@sh.itjust.works

cross-posted from: https://lemmy.ca/post/1418762

I've made a number of improvements since the last time I was posting about my extension. The update is now available on both Firefox and Chrome web stores.

For questions / support: !instance_assistant@lemmy.ca

TLDR: See the respective download pages on Firefox & Chrome. The screenshots and features list are mostly self-explanatory.

Note on versions:

  • Firefox has a more recent 1.2.1 version, because my build script missed some files while uploading v1.2.0. It doesn't look like Chrome had this issue.
  • I'm uploading v1.2.2 to both stores today, which will bring the two missing features to Chrome as well. After 1.2.2, all browsers should have the same features. See below for details.

So how is this different from other similar extensions?

You may have noticed the extension's name changed to be more generic (and include Kbin 🥳). I'm trying to make this a more well-rounded extension, and that means I've incorporated some features from the other extensions, in my own way.

Lemmy Links, Kbin Links, and the other forks:

This is a great extension that replaces links on your page with versions that go to your home instance. However, in order for this to work, it needs to recursively check every element on your page whenever DOM content (the stuff the browser is reading) changes. This is somewhat resource intensive, and while testing I ran into lag and freezing issues. As such, I decided to not include this functionality in the same way.

Instead, I've added a right click context menu that does the same thing. This way the user can pick which links they want the extension to convert, and it's a lot more efficient resource wise. While it's an extra click, I felt this was a reasonable compromise. However, I'm open to feedback!

NOTE: The context menu is available on Firefox, and it will be available in Chrome in about a week, depending on when they approve my update.

Lemmy Home Instance Helper

This is another extension which checks if you are logged in to an instance, and it creates a button to the search page if you are not. As my extension creates a button on any foreign instance, the search page is only helpful when a community hasn't been loaded into your home instance yet (ex. because you're the first one to try accessing it).

To deal with this, my extension modifies the "Community not found" pages with more instructions, as well as buttons to trigger the fetch process or to open the community elsewhere. See this screenshot for an example. Again, open to feedback!


As always, I'd love to collaborate with other people while building this. I'm still cleaning up my code, but feel free to look at the GitHub. If this extension gets popular, I will definitely need help for translations and for things like getting the extension on Safari (I don't have a recent Apple device to sign the extension with).


Note on permissions:

  • The current versions request "Access to all sites". This is because the extension needs access to any page that contains "/c/", "/m/", or "/post/" in order to create the sidebar buttons. While the extension only looks for those pages, it will show up as "Access to all sites" when installing. Once I have a proper welcome message and settings page, I plan on making this permission optional so you can just use the popup menu if you would like.

Summary of Recent Changes:

  • Added support for Kbin
  • Fixed issue where button wouldn't load when navigating to a community within Lemmy (available on Firefox, should be on Chrome in a week).
  • (NEW) Right-click context menu on Lemmy/Kbin community links to let you open them directly. You can test them out here: https://lemmy.ca/post/1282303 (available on Firefox, should be on Chrome in a week)
  • (NEW) Information and buttons added to "Community Not Found" error pages to let you fetch the community or open it elsewhere.
  • Updates to sidebar button to state the current selected instance and provide more detailed instructions as a dropdownList
  • Refactored the code to remove more unnecessary permissions.
  • Another pile of bugfixes, UI improvements, and better wording for instructions.

Future Plans:

  • This is complete and will be in v1.2.2. ~~Bringing over the new changes to Google Chrome. Since chrome requires Manifest 3, I still need to iron out some issues with the service workers. The missing features are all related to the background processes that are running on the Firefox version~~
  • Pushing to other browsers: Microsoft Edge & Opera are still reviewing v1.2.0. Unfortunately, I don't have any immediate plans for Safari, as I don't have a device that can sign the extension. I am looking into getting help for that.
  • Setting up a proper Welcome page, Settings page, and Options menu to allow users to turn off features that they don't like. This will also let me make "access to all sites" optional.
  • Finishing the translations' setup so that people can contribute other languages to the extension.
  • Adding an option to save your own instances to the popup, for those that have multiple home instances.
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submitted 11 months ago by yoasif@fedia.io to c/nolawns@slrpnk.net

A comprehensive mapping of old subreddits to new communities.

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The more OC we have the better

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submitted 10 months ago* (last edited 8 months ago) by little_cow@lemmy.world to c/world@lemmy.world

July 28 (Reuters) - In early May, a loud explosion rocked Shambat, a neighborhood to the north of Sudan's capital of Khartoum. Locals rushed to douse the flames devouring a makeshift dwelling that they say was ignited in an air strike.

They were too late. Amid the smoldering debris, according to five witnesses, were the charred bodies of a pregnant woman, a man and five children. Following the May 7 attack, the woman and children were buried at the site and the man at a nearby cemetery, two of the witnesses said.

The seven victims of the Shambat strike share something in common with many of the fatalities in the war that has ravaged Sudan since mid-April: They are not included in the official death count in Khartoum State, which has seen most of the fighting between the Sudanese army and the country’s main paramilitary group, the Rapid Support Forces (RSF). With the conflict having shattered local health and government services, the entities that would usually register fatalities are largely disabled.

A Reuters tally of death figures recorded by local activists and volunteer groups indicates that the civilian death toll for the wider capital may be more than double the official count, underscoring the devastating impact of the more than 100-day long war on the Sudanese people.

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submitted 10 months ago by jballs@sh.itjust.works to c/diablo@lemmy.world

Make sure to watch till the very end, even if you don't play Necro.

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submitted 1 year ago by fit6529@lemmy.ml to c/asklemmy@lemmy.ml
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submitted 11 months ago by 0x815@feddit.de to c/europe@feddit.de

Kirill Titaev, Visiting Scholar at Cornell Law School, describes the mechanism that the Russian law enforcement system has recently been using to criminally prosecute political opponents. Previously, these tools were used in “ordered” cases against unwanted business competitors.

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submitted 8 months ago by xuxebiko@kbin.social to c/worldnews@lemmy.ml

As the skirmish with Canada shows, under the carefully cultivated James Bond image is an Indian-style Inspector Clouseau bungling his way through world stage

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submitted 10 months ago by MicroWave@lemmy.world to c/news@lemmy.world

Preventing artificial intelligence chatbots from creating harmful content may be more difficult than initially believed, according to new research from Carnegie Mellon University which reveals new methods to bypass safety protocols.

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submitted 10 months ago by BrikoX@lemmy.zip to c/news@lemmy.world
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submitted 10 months ago by grte@lemmy.ca to c/britishcolumbia@lemmy.ca
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submitted 10 months ago by marftad@lemmy.ml to c/asklemmy@lemmy.ml

Since Day One (spez' fuckup) I have been trying to use and like lemmy but it just doesn't work right at all. Like as in never did. Communities disappear randomly, posts don't load, submissions have no comments, you name it. At this point I am considering going back to reddit just like everyone else I know that used to care is doing already. Any others out there with same experience or is it just me and my shitty ios app for lemmy?

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