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One of my main projects is a Technical Analysis Tool for stocks - Coming Soon™


One of my main projects is a Technical Analysis Tool for stocks - Coming Soon™
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MilkyDeveloper / reddit-customizations.css
Created Dec 17, 2020
A list of reddit css customziations that i'm hopefully going to cobble up into a Stylish css sheet / chrome / firefox extension / userscript.
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# Set background color to be pleasing on the eyes"#2b3238"
# Better than white
# TESTING for loop
for (let i = 0; i < document.getElementById("siteTable").childElementCount; i++) {
MilkyDeveloper / brunch-url
Last active May 6, 2021
Latest brunch download URL for Fuselage
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Fuselage for Mac

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As the title suggests, Fuselage for Apple Silicon virtualizes Windows 10 using QEMU.

If you know anything about Linux, or just virtualization in general, you know that proccessors have virtualization extensions. For example, most Intel cpu's have VT-x and AMD cpu's have AMD-V. You can hop in an x86_64 computer's bios and observe the extensions above.

However, what about ARM? Well, ARM is usually used for phones and tablets, which never use, nor need, accelerated virtualization. But take the Raspberry Pi for example. It has virtualization. However, Snapdragon cpu's have some limitations, along with the absence of HYP Mode / EL2.

However, take the Raspberry Pi for example. It has full support of KVM (it has an ARM virtualization extension, namely [secur

MilkyDeveloper / hatch-url
Last active May 6, 2021
Latest ChromeOS Hatch Image (for Fuselage)
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MilkyDeveloper / mc-shader-dump.hlsl
Created Sep 18, 2020
Code Snippets for MCBE Shader
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// Desaturation Algorithm from Photoshop with an extra touch...
// A blue color multiplier, so psDesaturate(diffuse.rgb, 1.2)
// so it'll be more blue or "gloomy greyscale"
float3 psDesaturate( float3 color, float blue )
float bw = (min(color.r, min(color.g, color.b)) + max(color.r, max(color.g, color.b))) * 0.5;
return float3(bw, bw, bw*blue);
// Detection Code