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Anonymous 06/22/2020 (Mon) 19:31:22 No. 13483
It's been a helluva Monday so far. How are you holding up?
Well shit, now I feel worse knowing I was the only one having a bad Monday.
That sucks, my Monday was pretty good
Let me live vicariously through you. Did you have a good meal?

Did you kiss a girl?

Did you play vidya?

What was the key to a successful Monday Monday ?
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I finished a program I was working on for a few days at work to update some Jenkins jobs and add web hooks to Azure DevOps Server. I walked 2 miles, watered my plants, harvested some peppers, and started working on something like x-mouse button control for Linux. I figured out the most important part, intercepting and sending keys through /dev/input/event*. The issue I currently face is how to automate which event is the correct one to choose.

The motivation for this is I want to press a button on my mouse and have the program hold down W for me so I don't have to. I'm pretty sure I have a RSI in my left middle finger from holding down W too long so anything that prevents that would be great.

The game in question is Stalker Anomaly. Good game.
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That does sound like a pretty good day. What kind of peppers? I used to grow peppers and mostly used them to make salsas. I took a break from the garden this year and am focusing on growing flowers and vines. Bought some trellis' and am in the process of killing off grass to create a flower bed.

Speaking of the W key, I need to find the setting that stops registering key presses. Currently if I hold down the W key, my system stops registering it after about ten seconds. Very inconvenient.

The game in question is Urban Terror. Pretty fun.
I have some green bell peppers, serrano peppers, and santa fe grande peppers. A flower bed sounds nice, maybe I'll work on that too.


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