[EN] macOS keyboard shortcuts in KDE Linux

This guide only applies to the KDE desktop environment. In System, Settings navigate to “Hardware — Input Devices” and open “Keyboard” and then “Advanced” tab. Here look for “Ctrl position” and check “Swap Left Alt with Left Ctrl.” This allows us to have necessary actions like Ctrl+C, Ctrl+V, and CTRL+W on the Alt button as in macOS with a non-Apple keyboard. You can alternatively use “Swap Left Win with Left Ctrl” if you want to use the Win key....

April 12, 2020 · Martin Kaše

[EN] My Setup

Hardware Desktop (Ryzon 5 3600, GeForce 1660 Super, B450 Tomahawk) ThinkPad T460 (Just for travel) - (previously: ThinkPad X240, ThinkPad X230, ThinkPad X220, ThinkPad S1 Yoga, MacBook Pro, MacBook Air, MacBook 12…) Raspberry Pi 3 Model B - Home Assistant with ComBee II for ZigBee (IKEA, Philips) - Smart Home iPhone XR AOC C24G1 (previously: ThinkVision display) Beyerdynamic MMX 300 (previously: Sennheiser HD 4.50BTNC HeadPhones) Sabaj D3 DAC Mechanical Keyboard — A4 Tech Bloody B820R A4Tech Bloody V7 Ultra Core 2 (previously: Logitech Mouse — G903) Microsoft HD WebCam Ender 3 Pro - 3D Printer Cooler Master MasterAccessory WR530 L Services Mail – EmailProfi....

April 10, 2020 · Martin Kaše

[EN] Ubuntu 19.10 AirPods - Can't connect, Won't Set up

If you want to connect your AirPods to Ubuntu 19.10 (Any distro that uses bluez like Fedora, Manjaro, KDE Neon, etc.), it won't work out of the box. But the solution to this is quick and easy. We need to edit the Bluetooth configuration file: sudo nano /etc/bluetooth/main.conf Look for “#ControllerMode = dual”. It's at the bottom part of this file. We need to uncomment this line. Then restart Bluetooth and pair normally: sudo systemctl restart bluetooth...

April 9, 2020 · Martin Kaše

[EN] macOS keyboard shortcuts in Ubuntu (Gnome) Linux

This guide only applies to Gnome DE. We need to install Gnome Tweaks for this guide. Gnome Tweaks is all in one tool for customizing Gnome DE, and it's in Ubuntu official packages. You can install it by the search for it in the “Ubuntu Software” application or by this command: sudo apt install gnome-tweaks In Gnome Tweak, navigate to “Keyboard & Mouse” and open “Additional Layout Options.” Here look for “Ctrl position” and check “Swap Left Alt with Left Ctrl....

April 9, 2020 · Martin Kaše

[EN] VS Code CPU 100% Usage Fix

If you have problems with your VS Code that uses over 100% of CPU on Windows or 30–40% on Linux, I may have a solution for you. The problem causing this is often TSServer. And with small edit in settings, you can get to 1–5% CPU on Large projects as I have. Just go to settings.json and add these lines: "files.useExperimentalFileWatcher": false, "typescript.validate.enable": false, "javascript.validate.enable": false, "files.watcherExclude": { "**": true } This solution is a little aggressive, but it is going to help a lot, and it's better than VS Code taking all your CPU power....

March 6, 2019 · Martin Kaše