A while back, I experienced all manner of issues. Errors I saw were:
Interestingly, Linux didn't give a flying fuck and never even hiccuped once. This is why I initially thought I had an issue with Windows 8.1. Go Linux go.
I rebooted into some specialized memory testing to prove I had memory issues.
I was working on building an entirely new system and had started with a case and power supply replacement. Apparently I had damage to my earlier power supply, because all my issues magically went away.
I gave up on this, as I'm no longer playing/testing Wildstar.
TODO - Screenshots. I would have to use some non-standard method. Windows 8.1 would allow me to take taskbar-only screenshots, but Windows 10 does not.
I'm the very first person ever to want to be able to see the text on my applications in the taskbar.
This is an unsolved problem.
- RESULT - giving up. I have no idea what .mclt files are, how to customize them, how to make them, or where to get them.
Trying to figure this out took such a long time I needed to spin off a new page.
- 2015-08-07 - I emailed the ManyCam help desk for information.
- 2015-10-10 - They never replied.
- 2016-02-08 - Giving up.
2017-06-22 - I see they have some sort of "create effect" feature on their website, but that creates a
.mcvfile. Perhaps this is a new feature of a newer version of manycam.
- AVOID - This software silently installs malware!
UPDATE: Commenters report this as the solution:
\sudo \apt-get install libcurl3:i386
The remainder of this page may also help. I have not tested this and have since abandoned this project.
I wanted to make standard BlogText images thumbnails appear in a nice row. While possible, I haven't been able to figure out how to get captioned images to work the same way.
I could manually shape all of this by using raw HTML in my posts and wrapping things in span/div/whatever tags, but I wanted to keep wiki-able stuff.
TODO - add my notes, and scripts
ImageMagick is a software suite to create, edit, compose, or convert bitmap images.
It's pretty fucking magickal.
TODO - I didn't note the actual commands I use
TODO - make a proper page