I have a RaspberryPi with a 750gb attached HDD, on this drive I store a folder called Photos, it contains many sub-directories with photos in them.
I wanted to create a new directory that had the same structure of Photos, but all the images are smaller thumbnailed versions.
To accomplish this I tried a number of programs and scripts I found online for linux, but most didn’t handle sub-directories, I then tried to find programs on Windows that would do this across the network, but they either didn’t handle sub-directories or didn’t handle errors in network traffic and would bomb out.
Just a quick one to let others know what I’ve found, while it seems many of the ARIA tags work happily when added dynamically, aria-describedby will only work if it’s present when the DOM is rendered, after that screen readers just won’t see it.
The simple ways around this seem to be adding random unique aria-describedbys to all your elements, then dynamically changing the ID of what you want to point too.
Or use a global aria-live element that you change the text in to match the text you would have pointed to with aria-describedby.
Old fridge/freezer died, so we figured we’d get a larger one and hopefully not need our stand-alone freezer anymore. After extensive research I signed up to Choice.com.au to read about their fridge reviews, which listed this fridge with an overall score of 81, which is only 2 behind the best fridge, another F&P RF522WDRX4.
The RF522WDRX4 was $700 something more expensive, and didn’t really seem to offer anything better, so we settled on the E522BLE4 from Appliances Online.
I recently needed to upload 2 LCOV files, and 2 JUnit XML files up to Sonar. The problem was both LCOV and JUnit XMLs covered the same JS source files, so if I’d configured grunt-karma-sonar like normal, with the JS source path in the ‘path’ option, Sonar would throw an error about duplicate source files.
So I comment out the ‘path’ option for the second set, but then the LCOV file has the wrong path when it gets uploaded to Sonar, meaning Sonar doesn’t count those coverage results.
Occasionally I'm playing a game and I do something amazing, or more likely, see something funny or someone cheating. I'd like to record these moments, but I don't want to record all my gaming sessions for the odd time this happens.
What I'd like is something to sit in the background and record say the last 30 seconds of game play, then when I press a button it will save this buffer to a file.Read more...
The selection of pre-defined templates is decent, and the editing tools are easy to use, my only difficulty was adding the Google Alanytics script across the whole site, from doing a search it appears most suggest you Embed the script on every page.
There was mention of adding an App called 'Web Analytics Integration', though when I entered the App after adding it, I got a blank screen with 3 empty buttons and 3 empty text areas.Read more...
So I leave my main PC running 24/7 as it runs a VOIP server, shares our photos and videos to the internal network and runs SABnzbd. It's not doing much compared to the power required, over a 2 day period it averaged 212W. So leaving it on 24/7 means it will use 1852kW over a year. Costing $463 for me to run.Read more...