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Biology has its fearsome animals, bacteria and viruses, and physics has its mind-bendingly powerful forces. But let’s not forgot how utterly terrifying chemistry can be This video from SciShow explores the deadliest and most dangerous chemicals known to science. Among the chemicals are the highly volatile, the ridiculously toxic, the stupidly corrosive, and the one chemical so dangerous the Nazis decided it was too scary.
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IntelliJ -> great product. However the bullshit that Google has added to it (called Android Studio) is just still so unstable. Selecting a horizontal layout with the mouse and dragging it into itself leads to a crash. Probably an infinite recursion. Does that company actually hire competent people ? Or do they prefer naivity of their employees ?
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Hello, recently we ported BpmDj to Desktop. To do that we decided to use JavaFx. After two months our product was ready and our experience mostly positive. Here, I would like to share our experience with using JavaFx. http://werner.yellowcouch.org/log/javafx-a-first-look/
Porting BpmDj to the Desktop required me to think about what platform to use. We settled on JavaFx because it has 3D support. Not that we needed that immediatelly, but it is something we might want to add to BpmDj somewhere in the far future. At first sight JavaFx is fairly solid.
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Sorry for the repost. The download link was wrong.
Interested in testing BpmDj ?
1- download the file bpmdj.jar from http://bpmdj.yellowcouch.org/files/deployed/bpmdj.jar
2- create a directory 'IWillFinallyTestThisGreatSoftware'
3- copy the bpmdj.jar into that directory and double click it.
4- it will ask you were your secret stash of mp3s is. Be honost and point it to a good location.
5- bpmdj now happily works its way through all your lovely music
6- start a mix by... well read the manual or watch the tutorial at http://bpmdj.yellowcouch.org/speaking-tutorial.html
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Pulseaudio is such a crap piece of software. I wonder whether this is a test to see how much crap you can put in a linuxdistribution without a mass revolt.
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So fed up of Bob and Alice. Do those security researchers still not know their keys ? Prfff... Decades of worthless research.
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It hurts so bad opening G+. I really cannot get used to the new desktop layout. My day starts often with: iopen browser. Open facebook, open g+, click on facebook tab, verify the world is still alive, click on g+ tab, shreek in horror, close tab without even reading a thing. Way to go Google fucks.
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I like improvements, but I really like familiarity better!
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Version 4.6.8 - This update provides you with the kick-ass feature to modify the speed of the mix through cues. Furthermore, now a sound engine can be assigned to each individual track. Video at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lEZj_mUJI2E Detailed info at http://bpmdj.yellowcouch.org/tempo-line.html
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Here it goes... Interested in testing BpmDj;
1- download the file bpmdj.jar from https://bpmdj.yellowcouch.org/files/deployed/bpmdj.jar
2- create a directory 'IWillFinallyTestThisGreatSoftware'
3- copy the bpmdj.jar into that directory and double click it (on windows).
4- it will ask you were your secret stach of mp3s is. Be honost and point him to a good location.
5- bpmdj now happily works its way through all your lovely music
6- start a mix by... well read the manual or watch the tutorial at http://bpmdj.yellowcouch.org/speaking-tutorial.html
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