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Corey Ogburn
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I just got my Fi invite yesterday. I'm not rooted now but I might root in the future. Does anybody know if rooting will cause any issue with Fi? Nobody seems to be talking about it.
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Project Fi will not provide support for rooted Nexus 6 if you are experiencing problem(s) with your service.
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Using the Chameleon theme in the app Razer Comms produces a very hard to read keyboard.

Can anything be done to fix this? Maybe make the characters black for this shade of green?
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Guess so, they just seem so off from the action bar colours
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Does anybody have a full list of what dependencies I need to install to get Docker to work on Linux Mint 17.2?

I've scrounged around the internet and found articles saying I need to install:

lxc
apparmor
apparmor-lite
cgroup-lite

I've installed all of them and I installed docker using the script at http://get.docker.com but I continue to have issues running the docker tutorial on step four (http://docs.docker.com/linux/step_four/) when I create my own image. It says it can't connect to archive.ubuntu.com during the apt-get update process.

I'd ask over in the Docker community but I think they might just reiterate that Linux Mint isn't supported (but I won't let that stop me).
Build your own image. The whalesay image could be improved. It would be nice if you didn't have to think of something to say. And you type a lot to get whalesay to talk. docker run docker/whalesay cowsay boo-boo. In this next section, you will improve the whalesay image by building a new version ...
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+David Harrison I have all of them installed and fully updated. When I go to your exact download link, I get a 404. Slowly backing up the chain of folders I found a txt file at https://get.docker.com/builds/ that gave me what appears to be an equivalent link and a matching set of commands.

Still after all that, my container can't properly call apt-get -y update
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Android M Preview 2 with the latest beta. I have the Chameleon theme but regardless of color when a top row key is held, the popup is empty. Any other row appears properly. 
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So I just bought a domain name for a project I'm really excited about starting. It should be fun.

More details eventually...
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Odd visual bug when typing. Sometimes a letter drops out of line. It can happen to any letter but seemingly only one letter at a time. Still works correctly.

It seems to be caused by swiping. The letter I start the swipe on will drop. It seems to be caused by swipes going horizontally but not vertically. 
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More specifically, it seems to happen when a key is pressed that causes the case of the keyboard to change. Swipe back spacing through a period, pressing shift then a single letter, and a few other specific cases. 
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Part of this "not auto correcting when it's a real word" means I'm typing the word "ill" when I almost certainly mean the conjunction "I'll". Same thing with "were" and "we're".

I'm finding there are a lot of words that are one letter off from other real words: "lot" and "log", "tip" and "top", "are" and "ate". These are a few examples of one letter off words that used to be auto corrected more accurately.

I'm ok with real words being corrected into other words because it seems that they were bring corrected into the word I intended.
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Well the correction is usually just a swipe away.. If I type ill then I'll is just one swipe down.. I think that's awesome :) 
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Anybody having issues installing Chrome on Android K Preview 2? Or a -504 error on other apps? I haven't found any info on what's going on... 
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+Corey Ogburn OK then that seems like a M preview 2 bug or maybe device needs to restart, haven't found anything on it yet
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Anybody else think it'd be nice if holding the @ button when entering an email should give some common domains?

Maybe gmail.com, outlook.com, and Yahoo? Others? Maybe even configurable entries in that list?
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I suggested this several weeks ago. Fleksy read it but nothing happened. 
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What ever happened to the MintBox Mini? 
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Why is WiFi taking up so much of my battery and how can I fix it?

Nexus 6, Preview 2
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+jason parsons Yes. The battery meter is incorrect. It thinks you have a 2000 mah battery instead of 3200. Its only metering 66% actual battery. When it shows 50% left, its actually 70% (guestimet). When it shows 1%, its actually like 30%. Which is why it lasts so long at 1%. The problem, is around 15%, the CPU lags so much trying to save battery, when in reality, it doesn't need to save battery cause its really at like 30%. I suggest turning off battery saver at 5%.
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What are the dog prints for? They don't just appear in the launcher, but also the app drawer.

This kind of reminds me of when a test version of YouTube made it to the market and had a dog bone instead of the usual play button. Think these could be test versions? I got them straight from the store. 
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Ah, I got them too. So cute!!! :D
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Software Developer
Employment
  • Douglas County
    Senior Software Developer, 2015 - present
    Mostly front end work on websites
  • Nelnet
    Software Developer, 2014 - 2015
  • US Fleet Tracking
    Software Developer, 2012 - 2013
  • SST Software
    Software Developer, 2010 - 2011
  • BankOnIT USA
    Software Developer, 2006 - 2007
  • Welldyne
    Software Developer, 2013 - 2014
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Denver, CO
Previously
Oklahoma City - Stillwater, OK
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A Developing Developer
Education
  • Oklahoma Christian University
    Computer Science, 2007 - 2012
    Spent more time teaching than learning and greatly regret it. I do not recommend this school. Literal waste of time and money.
  • Francis Tuttle
    Computer Science, 2005 - 2007
    Their "learn at your own pace" approach really let me cover a lot of ground. This school did send me to programming competitions where I ultimately won 1st in Business Professionals of America's (BPA) national Java programming competition in 2007. By far, the most useful education I've ever received, I received here.
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Corbin Ogburn