I finally got around to updating my portfolio site to fit the style of the blog. It’s very basic and I plan to to sub-pages for more illustrations, the projects etc. … Some day. It should also be a tinsy bit better for mobile devices (though I get almost zero visits with those) and I got rid of the
<table> at last, yay!
Btw, I just learned how to do these screenshots with OSX: Cmd-Shift-4, Space, click the window. Awesome, though I’m not sure if you really need all the whitespace/shadows around it.
I’m trying out Linix Mint 14 on my Macbook Pro at the moment and while it is a huge step from my previous visits to the Linux world a few years ago there a still some issues. One was that the color-profile was set to default every time resumed the computer from sleep. But I’ve found a way around that:
First, install xcalib, a nice little program that can load color-profiles via
xcalib PATH or
/usr/bin/xcalib PATH in the terminal (
xcalib -c resets the profile) and do a lot of other stuff.
Now place a script in
/etc/pm/sleep.d/ that runs this line on wake/resume (see here for details). The problem is that the skript doesn’t get executed as it is because you have to specify the display and
sudo the whole thing.
So the script in
/etc/pm/sleep.d/ should look like this:
case "$1" in
su -c - YOUR_USERNAME
Anyway, that’s working for me.