Gee, I’m old enough to remember when the future held endless drought.
Here’s news you can use: Everything you know about them is wrong. As was the case with Columbine and other places, idiotic advice from clueless people in charge helps increase the carnage. Which is part of the disaster that is American public education.
It’s nice to see that you can (Finally? Again?) get a clutch and gearbox with the higher-power version. I wish they’d bring back the three-door, like my ’87, though. That was a very practical car. But really, the Accord has gotten too big. To me the Civic is the new Accord.
Sarah Hoyt, on what an utter, catastrophic failure the American public-education system is. It’s one of the reasons we got Trump.
…can plan ahead better than many humans. Also squirrels are trying to save the planet by planting trees.
I upgraded to 26 overnight, and now I’m missing a (critical) font in Libre Office: Bitstream Charter. I have a huge document that was paginated and properly formatted in it, and now it’s Arial and all effed up. Anyone have any idea what might have happened, and how to fix?
OK, I went to the Fedora Forum, and they said to reinstall the font, so it works now, except the formatting got munged, so I have to go back and remove extraneous returns that got inserted under the Arial version.
As for the question of why did I “fix something that wasn’t broken,” Fedora is always broken to some degree (as is every OS), and I alway hope the latest version will fix some of the broken things.
What to expect.
I really need to start doing this.
So we bought this for Patricia’s new office this past weekend. Last night, I finally got around to finishing assembling it. I had tested the latching mechanism (I thought) before installing the drawers. I put them in, closed them, locked it, and they locked fine. I unlocked it, and they remain locked. I can’t get in to see what the problem is, because…the drawers are locked. And no, before asking, it’s not a lock combination problem. It’s still set to all zeros per the factory, and the knob turns to lock and unlock. It just doesn’t release the drawers when I turn it to unlock.
Not sure what to do. The least destructive way I can see to get in to it (in terms of how many parts and how expensive) is to cut the front off the top drawer. But maybe I’ll call IKEA and see what they have to say.
OK, I had turned it over and banged on it, in the hope that it would knock the latch loose, and it didn’t seem to work. But when I flipped it back right-side up, with it unlocked, the drawers seemed to be freed. But I’m still nervous about locking it again until I understand what happened.