Like full calendar and email integration with Google Calendar and Inbox. I'd like to be able to connect Google Play Music to the onboard media streaming device. That kind of stuff.
If it's just a gorgeous Linux Distro designed after material design then that's fantastic too. Just curious.
This double IPA presents with a rich aroma of pine alongside a ubiquitous and well integrated sweetness. The hops are extremely well balanced as well.
This is one of the most easy to drink double IPAs, while, at the same time, being true to style.
I'm about ready to throw in the towel but I love ever other aspect of Elementary so much, i'm going to go down the rabbit hole again tonight to see if I can make any headway.
Can anyone help?
I can activate double finger click with this tutorial
and using this in terminal to make it works every boot
sudo update-initramfs -u -k all
It maybe can help you a bit or not, in some lenovo's computer I know it activate all multitouch gestures, but not in my samsung
So the Elantech touchpad on Freya saga continues. Still no support. However I discovered what NOT to do. If you read forums that say kernel 3.2.68 has a hard time with gesture touchpads and that upgrading your kernel to 4.0.1 might fix the issue...
DON'T BELIEVE THEM
I've now bricked my machine. Heading home for a fresh install.
I've already posted the question in here twice:
Neither got a single response. I really like Elementary, but I might be forced to go elsewhere to a community a little more active so I can get some help when I end up in an issue like this. I'll give it one more try though.
However, when I run $synaptiks I still get a "No touchpad installed on this device" error.
I've gone the synaptics route, the touchegg route, the alps route. I just need to know what information is needed in order to debug. I'm kinda at a loss here.
PS: When connecting through a Windows 7 machine and using my Windows machine as a server and my Elementary machine as a client, all the gestures on the Windows machine are reflected on the Elementary machine. I"m using Synergy for mirroring. Probably not relevant but I thought I would check.
Phishing attacks are real. Malicious 3rd parties will send you emails that look very real. They could look like they are from Google or Facebook or Twitter or even your bank. If you are fooled into clicking the link in the emails (that usually say something about a suspicious attempt to log into your account and that they need you to change your password) you will be taken to a page that looks very real. However, it is not a real Google, Facebook, Twitter... login page. When you input your username and password, then the malicious 3rd party will steal your information to gain access to your account.
To combat this, Google has released Password Alert. You must install it in your Chrome browser and it watches for any time you ever enter your Google Password into a website that is not a legit Google website. It will then alert you and and prompt you to change your password.
Google has been using this extension internally with their employees for the last few months and they have seen a 80% reduction in employees being fooled by these attacks.
Just wanted you to be in the know!!!
#security #onlinesecurity #phishing
The Apple ecosystem is alive and well, and if you want to go all in, you're going to have a great experience. Sure there are things about Apple's products and business I'm not a fan of. If I was, I would still be an Apple user. I transitioned to Android, and just like iOS, there are things I do in spite of Android limitations. There just happen to be, for me, more things Android does really well than are limiting.
The reason i really like this article is that it actually does a great job of setting the experiences side by side. As i looked at the pictures and read the data, yeah, I clearly saw that I prefer Android. But, if you look through these and find you clearly like iOS, that's great. You'll at least be able to articulate your preference better than you were able to before.
People give me all kinds of reasons why iOS is better or Android is better. For iOS the ecosystem tends to be the first thing to come up. I'm not an OSX user. I ran for a year or so. I've been on for the last year. I just went to OS a couple of weeks ago. I'm a guy so osX wouldn't make sense for me.
For Android, people always talk about customization possibilities, widgets, alternative roms... I've gone those routes before. My devices are always rooted. Not because I mod the hell out of my phone, but because I do a lot of tinkering at the system level and I don't like hitting permission roadblocks. I used to flash roms (Cyanogen, Paranoid, ...). I got tired of the half baked feeling they give off. I used to use alternative launchers (which I still play with from time to time). However, I run a pretty vanilla version of Android, rooted, with Xposed framework installed. That keeps me and my #nexus6 happy.
All this to say, Android and iOS do copy each other. This is a good thing! If iOS didn't exist, Google wouldn't have a reason to build out the OS and push the limits of mobility. If Android didn't exist, iOS wouldn't have a notification center, inter-app data sharing, actionable notifications... Competition is awesome and neither platform is going to 'win'. As long as competition is alive, the winner is the user (wow that sounded like it could have been a quote from Tron).
Take a read through this article and leave your comments in the post. I'd love to know everyone's thoughts, but please read the article first.
#nexus #google #lollipop
iOS vs Android: The 2015 Edition http://feeds.gawker.com/~r/lifehacker/vip/~3/j2FWx8D2xFQ/+whitsongordon
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