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Kim Schulz
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Friendly and funny computer geek with BBQ tendencies
Friendly and funny computer geek with BBQ tendencies

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Love my newly built iris split keyboard.
Already my daily driver at work for programming etc.
Nice custom usb and trrs cables from coolcable.co.uk should arrive today in my mailbox. Will make it look even nicer.

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This is a quite cool project + his description of it all with videos etc is great.

https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:2879329

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Got started on my Iris build last night. I am looking forwart to getting this build up and running as I think this could be the board that will get me to switch more towards split keyboards than I am right now (I move between my ECO, Vortex Racer3 and Mitosis these days).

are there any other icon packs beyond the default one that supports adaptive layout ?

yay received my OLKB massdrop light keyboard.....not so yay, they "forgot" to add the bootloader so the keyboard cannot be programmed :-(

Massdrop is working on a fix by providing some sort of programming module. Lets see if I have to wait another 6month for that.


in other news: received my ATOM47 pcb so that might be my next project (it's the QMK programmable drop-in replacement pcb for the Vortex Core).

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I use hangouts chat a lot - especially with my family and friends in small "chat groups". Some groups are quite filled with images and a single chat has been daily active with pictures for more than 3 years now.
At some point the hangouts chat pretty much gives up on scrolling back in the chat history and pictures start becoming a box with a big X in it.

I searched for a solution to seeing all the images in a chat but all results pointed me to https://get.google.com/albumarchive
On that site you can find all your OWN photos shared via google services - including hangouts (there is an album collection called "Photos from Hangouts" or something similar). It is however still only the images you shared and not the ones others have shared.

So I started doing a bit of digging and noticed that the URI for the images in hangouts web chat actually pointed to another address than the one you end up on.
Looking a bit further and I realized that it was a redirection link from a google+ photos album to a specific image.

The URI for an image is normally shown in the browser like :
https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/asdsdSdasDLKAsdlasdlasdASdlwewe..... (long list "random" characters).
But here is the trick:
1) Instead of clicking the image, you right-click an image in a hangouts chat and select "copy link".
2) paste the copied link into the address box in the browser but don't press enter
3) remove everything in the address AFTER the questionmark (?). You should now have something like https://plus.google.com/u/0/photos/albums/p9r91gc0fdrXXXXXXXXXXXXXX3p20ggh6t (XXXXXX added for anonymization)
4) press enter and you should now see a photo album with all the photos in this specific hangouts chat INCLUDING images from the other people.

Enjoy!
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I use hangouts chat a lot - especially with my family and friends in small "chat groups". Some groups are quite filled with images and a single chat has been daily active with pictures for more than 3 years now.
At some point the hangouts chat pretty much gives up on scrolling back in the chat history and pictures start becoming a box with a big X in it.

I searched for a solution to seeing all the images in a chat but all results pointed me to https://get.google.com/albumarchive
On that site you can find all your OWN photos shared via google services - including hangouts (there is an album collection called "Photos from Hangouts" or something similar). It is however still only the images you shared and not the ones others have shared.

So I started doing a bit of digging and noticed that the URI for the images in hangouts web chat actually pointed to another address than the one you end up on.
Looking a bit further and I realized that it was a redirection link from a google+ photos album to a specific image.

The URI for an image is normally shown in the browser like :
https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/asdsdSdasDLKAsdlasdlasdASdlwewe..... (long list "random" characters).
But here is the trick:
1) Instead of clicking the image, you right-click an image in a hangouts chat and select "copy link".
2) paste the copied link into the address box in the browser but don't press enter
3) remove everything in the address AFTER the questionmark (?). You should now have something like https://plus.google.com/u/0/photos/albums/p9r91gc0fdrXXXXXXXXXXXXXX3p20ggh6t (XXXXXX added for anonymization)
4) press enter and you should now see a photo album with all the photos in this specific hangouts chat INCLUDING images from the other people.

Enjoy!
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Any plans for adding encryption/decryption/signing using gpg/pgp ?

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