Use rc(1) as the shell for clearing windows.
Add a rule for Erlang man pages.
sam(1) convenience commands added.
Slightly larger font.
Tune the font down a bit.
It is the choice between 15px size, which is 43 rows
—or 14px, which is 47 rows.
I think it is easiest to read the 15px font, but the 14px font is also very readable, about the size of my
vim-setup (though line spacing is higher in Vim).
Simplify ordering in the acme.rc and racme.rc.
Clean up how we handle fonts.
Tune fonts because of the new plan9port font rendering hacks.
For future reference, document the tools Im using.
Tune fonts for maximum readability.
Tune font sizes a tad down.
Use the 'Noto Sans' font by default for a bit.
Noto Sans has a HUGE unicode plane support, which is important. It is also
a font which is very easy to read.
Introduce the 'winclear' command.
Try a bit more accel for the r display.
The rmouse script is used when I am working on a big 4k 28 inch display.
It tunes the mouse accel pattern for this display.
A bit more accel for the standard HiDPI display.
A bit less accel. The mouse is a bit too hard to control at this rate.
Mouse accel tuning.
Change the acceleration profile to 800dpi.
Handle the new W540s display.
Turn down the accel a little bit. It was far too aggro.
New mouse accel setup with a linear curve.
Tune mouse settings.
More mouse tuning.
Use bash to run the erlfmt script over rc(1)
Common shorthand for find . -name.