So far the biggest issue for me with WordPress is poor support for media files:
No built-in support for any categorisation of media files.
No built-in support for Retina.
Limited support for intermediate image sizes. For example I need 320px-wide images for screenshots in portrait orientation only, but if I add such custom image size, it will be created for all of my uploads, including photos and other images that will never need this size.
The standard "Add Media" function in the post editor inserts image with hard-coded image dimensions and absolute URLs including host name and scheme (!)
Need to manually update existing posts content after changing an intermediate image size. Currently I have blog post width set to 750px and have defined a custom image size with that width. If I decided to change the blog width, I'd need to update existing posts because paths to image files in them include the exact dimensions.
Over the past few year, with my daughter we have visited a large number of kids playgrounds in Auckland and nearby locations in New Zealand as we're trying to go to a new places whenever possible. So now I have photos of all these playgrounds, and finally I had time to create a section on the website for this collection.
Only a small part of it is uploaded so far, the rest will come in the next few days, and new places will be published as we visit them. I'm using some other lists like this when deciding where to go next, so I hope my collection will be useful too.
- Be written in a language I know. There are some promising options like Middleman (Ruby) and Hugo (Go), but that would mean I won't be able to make almost any changes or additions.
- Never rewrite unchanged output files. I'm hosting on Amazon S3 and synchronisation tools compare file modification times to determine whether they need to be uploaded. Now I'm thinking maybe it's possible to use ETag header with content hash, but I haven't investigated.
- Ability to add tags/helpers that would create files. I use this to dynamically resize uploaded images to the exact size I need on a page and create retina versions.
- Delete any files from the output folder that do not exist in the source folder, including the aforementioned dynamically generated images if they're not used anymore or the requested size changes.
I’m happy to announce that Dwarf Fortress Remote 1.30 is available on the App Store. Main new feature of this version is support for creature graphics. Default Spacefox tileset and tileset packages available from mifki.com/df/extras have been updated to include matching creature graphics sets.
Also in this release:
Reconnection to games will now be faster, however initial connection may be slower due to creature graphics processing.
When designating, cancel button will now return to the first corner selection instead of cancelling the designation mode completely. This can be reverted to the old behaviour in System Settings. Also, long pressing cancel button will cancel designation straight away.
Fixed a crash when filtering unit list with flashing (having legendary skill level) units on screen achat de viagra en pharmacie. Fixed some names flashing to black instead of light gray.
If you’re running DF Remote in a Docker container, below are the instructions to update to the latest version of Dwarf Fortress acheter du viagra pharmacie.
Find the name of your container. It may be
df1if you followed standard instuctions. Otherwise, use
docker pscommand and use your name in place of
df1in following commands.
Make sure you have saved your game and stop the container:
docker stop df1
Update server image:
docker pull mifki/dfremote
Start a new container using the same data folder:
docker run -dtp 1235:1235/udp --volumes-from df1 --restart=unless-stopped --name=df_new mifki/dfremoteand set a password:
docker exec df_new ./dfhack-run remote pwd "YOUR_PWD_HERE"
Make sure you can connect to the new server
Delete the old container: `docker delete df1` and rename the new container to the old or standard name, if you wish:
docker rename df_new df1