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Tekee mieli naamapalmuttaa ties kuinka monta kertaa. Kyseessä oli tavanomainen satutuokio lapsille eikä siinä ollut mitään seksuaalisuutta tai tuputtamista toisin kuin häiriköt uhosivat. Eihän drag queen ole loppuunsa sen erilaisempi asia kuin monet sketsisarjojen naisiksi pukeutuneet mieshahmot. Olisiko häiriköiden reaktio ollut erilainen jos drag queenin sijaan lapsille olisikin lukenut vaikkapa Aku Hirviniemi pukeutuneena Marja Tyrniksi? Ei myöskään yllätä että häiriköijät olivat pääosin uusnatseja. Noitakin luusereita on vielä Suomessa.

• Prettify pattern lines drawing (also fixes crash on some older devices) • Updated Place Page style • Icons for information=board/map • Fixed categories search with stop words • Show "Opens in"/"Closes in" in search results • Made all existing sports searchable • amenity=parking can be added on the map via Editor • Fixed place=square visibility at 16+ zoom level • Improved pt-BR, es, it, fr, and eu, enabled Marathi translations See for more details in the previous update. See more details on our website when apps are published.

How do I use github copilot in NvChad?
I've written the following in my custom folder, and I've run `:PackerSync` followed by `:Copilot setup`, but I get an error: `E492: Not an editor command: Copilot setup`. Do I need to clone [github/copilot][1] somewhere or does Packer do it automatically? How do I configure it on NvChad? `custom/chadrc.lua` local plugin_conf = require "custom.plugins.configs" M.plugins = { user = userPlugins, override = { ["hrsh7th/nvim-cmp"] = plugin_conf.cmp, }, } `custom/plugins.lua` return { ["github/copilot.vim"] = { config = function() vim.cmd [[ let g:copilot_no_tab_map = v:true ]] end, }, ["hrsh7th/cmp-copilot"] = { after = "nvim-cmp", }, } [1]:

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Tools I use to make Windows 10 work for me
The first thing I use is Windows 10 decrapifier. To use this, open up Powershell ISE as an administrator, and paste the script into a new editor window, then run it. It will automatically remove all the garbage Windows 10 installs by default. It works pretty well with Windows 11 as well. Next, O&O Shutup10 This tool shuts down a lot of the different telemetry stuff to keep windows 10 your own. It also works with Windows 11. Finally, I like to install OpenShell, a start menu replacement for Windows 10. Right now it doesn't easily work on Windows 11, I use Start11 on windows 11. Openshell doesn't just replace the start menu with a windows 7 style start menu, it reimplements search so the search works much better and doesn't rely on windows search service. Here's a bonus tip that only applies to Windows 11: If you use the open source tool rufus to create your installation media, you can tell rufus to create installation media that bypasses all the new TPM requirements. I have a computer capable of running windows 11, but I don't want to give them access to my TPM, I don't want secure boot, I don't want any of this stuff. I want to run my computer the way I want to, and this install media allows that. You lose some minor features here and there.