I’m really having a good time with Chained Echoes. This was the first pretty hard boss and I had to think about how to handle it, revising my tactics and leveling up my party a bit more before I successfully finished it off. This is a great Steam Deck game for kicking back on the sofa.
I got out downtown early yesterday morning for breakfast after my Friday workout. It was a beautiful, cold morning for a quick walk.
I just learned about this really neat community space in town: The Co-coop (for Coconino County co-op, I assume) has a tool library, ceramics studio, coworking space, fine art printer, laser cutter, metal and wood shops, textile room, and a community garden! Wow. So many cool things to check out, learn and tinker with.
It took a few tries and some support to successfully log into my tilde.club account this week: It had been long enough that my old ssh key had expired due to some server changes; then I was locked out by IP due to failed logins; then I had somehow mis-recorded the password for my new key; and finally couldn’t log in due to failed logins using that key!
Thanks to deepend’s patience I appear to be all set up once again. Back to enjoying old time web pages once again.
Several more inches of snow fell overnight and the clearing morning sky is beautiful. But don’t be too disarmed: more snow is on the way!
Iris modifications continue! I found myself needing to reach too often for common combinations with my original thumb cluster of:
space | cmd | fn/mo(1)
I swapped around a bit to make for fn+ combos easier with
space | fn/mo(1) | cmd
The mental stretch of adjusting to new modifier locations is lots lower than that of reaching for awkward chords, so this already feels like a nice improvement.
I experimented with moving the space key to the middle of the cluster, but that made it a little too easy to make errors looking for alpha keys on that bottom row. So far, several common keys I use via that fn/mod key are already feeling much better!