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commit cef04a161b83f01cb01cd37096b5c5549a615825
parent 984d0dd9a82ca1f52c770a214f4c17f0b4f127d9
Author: z3bra <contactatz3bradotorg>
Date:   Thu,  6 Jul 2017 13:36:14 +0200

Fix more links

2013/12/love-me-some-latex.txt | 3+--
2015/01/you-are-the-wm.txt | 4++--
2 files changed, 3 insertions(+), 4 deletions(-)

diff --git a/2013/12/love-me-some-latex.txt b/2013/12/love-me-some-latex.txt @@ -21,8 +21,7 @@ probably better than you. So you can just **focus on what your are typing**. Seems interresting huh? So basically, what does it look like? Here's -a simple document (download/view it -[HERE]( +a simple document (download/view it [HERE](/pub/misc/la.pdf)) la.tex diff --git a/2015/01/you-are-the-wm.txt b/2015/01/you-are-the-wm.txt @@ -261,7 +261,7 @@ MISCELLANOUS For eye candy purpose, I wrote a `pulsar` script, to make my currently active window standout. It make the window's border "pulse" like in the following -video: It uses a `$HOME/.colors` +video: [wall-border.webm](/pub/vid/wall-border.webm). It uses a `$HOME/.colors` file containing the colors to be used for the gradient. It will then run `chwb` at a regular interval to change the current window's borders. @@ -272,4 +272,4 @@ possible. As a bonus, to congratulate you from reading it all, here is a video from my actual workflow with this setup (writing my latest blogpost: -[(grab some popcorns, it's 57 minutes long)]( +[(grab some popcorns, it's 57 minutes long)](/pub/vid/monochromatic-0x0017-writeup.webm)