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The Lounge / Re: Random Chat
Last post by ersi -
Looking for a new job has gone pretty well. I will soon become a banker again.

And I got rid of the old one completely on my own terms. No "mutual agreement". I don't agree with any of their offers.
The NRA is a Russian operation to kill off Americans. So far, they seem to be succeeding.
It's doubly insidious. The halfwits kill those who can read and write, lowering the average I.Q. of the entire nation.
The NRA is a Russian operation to kill off Americans. So far, they seem to be succeeding.
Otter Browser Forum / DEB file for Otter
Last post by pccobbler -
Is there any chance of having a DEB file created instead of using PPA to install Otter? I realize the Otter PPA is relatively safe, but I never use PPA. I'm using Linux Mint, but this would be relevant to any Ubuntu spin.

Governor Noem Signs
Constitutional Carry Bill

Source:      NRA-ILA     
Fairfax, Va. - The National Rifle Association today applauded South Dakota Governor Kristi Noem for signing into law Senate Bill 47, NRA-backed legislation that fully recognizes the constitutional right of law-abiding gun owners to carry a concealed firearm.

"On behalf of the NRA's five-million members, we would like to thank Governor Noem for her leadership on this critical issue," said Chris W. Cox, Executive Director of the NRA-ILA. "This law is a common sense measure that allows law-abiding South Dakotans to exercise their fundamental right to self-protection in the manner that best suits their needs."

This was the first bill Governor Noem signed into law.

South Dakota already recognizes the right to carry a firearm openly without a permit. Current law, however, requires a state-issued permit to carry that same firearm under a coat or in a bag. This new law simply extends the current open carry rule to concealed carry. Those who obtain permits will still enjoy the reciprocity agreements that South Dakota has with other states.

With this law, South Dakota joins Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, Idaho, Kansas, Maine, Mississippi, Missouri, Vermont, West Virginia, Wyoming, New Hampshire and North Dakota as the fourteenth state that allows constitutional carry.

That's 14 States that have recognized their Law Abiding Citizens have the Constitutional Right to carry their firearms without needing to apply for a Government permit to do so. The 2nd Amendment is their permit.

11 more States have pending legislation to do exactly the same, while others are strongly considering it as well!

Their permit is the United States Constitution's Second Amendment:

Browsers & Technology / Re: The Awesomesauce of Chrome
Last post by ersi -
Google's Proposed Changes to Chrome Could Weaken Ad Blockers

I personally have noticed several signals lately that Google is actively developing its products, such as Android apps and Google websites, particularly Youtube, towards outright adware. My VPN Android app, something I pay for, said in an update that Google demanded that they remove their adblock feature. And Jon von Tetzchner also mentioned something about Google having turned evil (and that Vivaldi complied with it).

More of the same:
And, for nearly a decade, Google did in fact keep DoubleClick's massive database of web-browsing records separate by default from the names and other personally identifiable information Google has collected from Gmail and its other login accounts.

But this summer, Google quietly erased that last privacy line in the sand - literally crossing out the lines in its privacy policy that promised to keep the two pots of data separate by default. In its place, Google substituted new language that says browsing habits "may be" combined with what the company learns from the use Gmail and other tools.

The change is enabled by default for new Google accounts. Existing users were prompted to opt-in to the change this summer.
Browsers & Technology / Re: Attention Grabbers
Last post by ersi -
No-no. When doing dishes, don't let your attention slip. Just do the dishes.
Browsers & Technology / Re: Attention Grabbers
Last post by Frenzie -
Very nice looking. I wonder if the vocal commentary is enough to work while washing the dishes (when you only glance over for the more interesting parts).
Browsers & Technology / Re: Attention Grabbers
Last post by ersi -
Today I found that there is an Estonian youtuber who does history animations.

Otter Browser Forum / Re: extension exemple ??
Last post by Quetzal -
as I was saying when you how to do it it's really more simple than it seem (comparatively from chrome manifest)

then the way:
create file in Otter extension with the extension .user.js
re-opened Otter ... otter/extension otter must have do a new directory with the same extension and a copy of you file

opened the file in your favorite editor:
first test : as say mark pilgrim in "dive into greasemonkey": alert("HelloWorld") <= hahahaha
nothing else...
reload otter, go in tools/extension/check your extension
right click onto/reload extension

normaly with it, an alert pop-up "HelloWorld" will be load for any new page or tab opened in Otter
to stop it uncheck the extension and reload Otterbro

second: how to catch a webpage :
rename your extension helloworld.user.js for the website you want to catch (for exemple) with user.js ever
var aaa=document.URL
if (aaa.indexOf("")>-1) { alert("done !"; /*here you're code*/; }

reload Otter, reload extension if it needs, go on the website, and it should open a popun "done!"
not that complex after if you know a few about javascript...

Otter bro rules da web  :rolleyes: