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Antonio Romero
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Mexico City
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Tampico, Tamaulipas - Tijuana, Baja California - Guadalajara, Jalisco - Veracruz, Veracruz
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I do web stuff.
I play games, mostly WoW and Minecraft.
I'm a Linux user.
My favourite editors are vim and Sublime Text.
I'm not the walrus.
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I can tell between Arial and Helvetica
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Front-end Developer
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Web stuff, mostly front-end. Some Linux. Feral druid, mage, and death knight too.
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  • Vinco Orbis
    Front-end Developer, 2012 - present
  • Ingenia Group
    Programmer, 2009 - 2011
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Demostrando cómo izzi modifica peticiones o respuestas DNS a los servidores DNS de Google (8.8.8.8, 8.8.4.4)
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I has a new Nexus 6 wheee
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Nexus 6 bros high-five!
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More invites omg
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This is crazy.

Keep track of your asteroids, people.
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Rovio, stahp
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This freaking problem.

Apparently my ISP is hijacking Google DNS responses. Okay fine, I'd been just using Level3's DNS servers for a while now, no big deal.

However!

Since this past tuesday or so, it turns out that if I'm not using a) Google's DNS servers; or b) my ISP's DNS servers, some domains just simply don't respond to some requests. This "some requests" is almost 100% of the time for maps.gstatic.com which is actually used to load up Google Maps' API and everything, for when I need to add a map to a page, but it also happens with pretty much anything from anywhere.

I also suspect it's the cause of me getting disconnected randomly from other things like Hangouts or videogames.

So, yeah. Don't subscribe to izzi if at all possible.
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Zero inbox looks so nice here
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Google Chrome (stable) is now at v37, and the indicator icons are lost again, as well as on the beta and unstable channels. Has anyone found any workaround, or an alternate way to access those indicators? I'd rather keep using wingpanel and use the complete pantheon setup, but I'll just switch to xfce4-panel if I can't figure this out.
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After switching to Arch Linux the indicator problem has been resolved, I believe the problem was and is caused by libindicator3 not being backwards compatible with libindicator1
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So, Chrome has had these icons for a while in the notification area. For whatever reason, they're not made as indicators, so they don't show up in Wingpanel. But basically that's where I can see past notifications I get through Chrome, I can toggle my Hangouts window and I can close Chrome completely.

My question isn't if elementary is going to add support to it (likely not), but instead: Has anyone found a fix, a workaround, or any other way I can work with these things that Chrome has on the notification area (like a launcher for plank or whatever)? The Hangouts icon belongs to a 'secondary' profile that I don't always have open, and the notifications aren't accessible by default anywhere else in the browser, so those are the two things I'd definitely like to have.

I'm on the Freya beta right now, but I remember having tried to find a solution for Luna as well.

(The image attached is the icons sitting in the xfce4-panel notification area)
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These units make me cry
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This is a thing.
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