So I got a base64 text which I’m supposed to decode and I thought “Ok! Let me use `base64` binary on terminal and write a small script which I will run when I need to decode it”.. Wait, I need to drop this script in binary path so that I can use it as a command without absolute/relative path traverse when in middle of work.
So far so good.. but it struck me that my browsers are always open and get this text from a url. Why don’t I skip all this and do this on the browser… is it possible?
Let’s say my base64 code is ZmFjZWJvb2suY29tL2Rhcy5zcmlrcmlzaG5hDQp0d2l0dGVyLmNvbS9zcmlrcmlzaG5hZGFz
Open a tab and on url type
Read more on MIME types here - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Internet_media_type
I have literally given up on Pencil due to its bugs, especially on the export output.
Currently working on Synfig, and trust me drawing is quite tough than any other program I’ve used in the past. Hopefully, the animation part could be better.
People at #synfig were too kind to pull me out of totally lost situations.
Trying to self learn it was already a brain heater and to make it worse was the frequent power cuts.
( 10 minutes on 20 minute intervals!!! ).
Thankfully, cyberorg pinged me for some artwork design, saving me from the risk of frustation. Here’s how my little artwork looks for LTSP ( Linux Terminal Server Project ):
The LTSP Lobster!
This needs more tuning to shape as a logo; but hey doesn’t it make a good poster print?