The default fancy text editor GUI from Windows.
It's probably awesome, but I've basically never used it.
The default boring text editor GUI from Windows.
It's a piece of shit, but it's always available.
Exploring a mix of ideas, and waffling on a bunch. Maybe I'll come back and edit a bit every so often.
Software I use for my Blue Yeti Nano
A tool which listens to keys and, using the Lua programming language, lets you remap them to other features.
It is useful for Using a second USB keyboard for macros.
You'll definitely want to see key remapping.lua which is a complete tutorial.
Yet another shitty web browser.
Problem: Given an item in the Internet Archive, e.g. The works of Ralph Waldo Emerson, you may be tempted to download the PDF for its exactness. Admirable! However, my e-reader is horribly slow for opening it and turning pages. I find slow page turning aggravating; it makes me lose my train of thought and strains my reading comprehension.
This extra work is well worth it for me.
See also PDF? I haven't tested it, but I wonder if "repairing" a PDF would also help with e-reader speed.