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dcchambers / 2019-pc-build.md
Created Oct 22, 2019
New PC Build (Late 2019)
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Putting together a PC Build for late 2019.

  • CPU:
  • GPU: EVGA/ NVIDIA RTX 2070 Super?
  • MOBO:
  • RAM: 32GB DDR4
  • SSD: 2TB Primary
  • Storage:
  • Monitor: 144hz 1440p (27"?)
  • Cooling:
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dcchambers / top-10-games.md
Created Oct 22, 2019
Top 10 Games of All Time
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My Personal List of the Top 10 Games of All Time

  1. Age of Empires II: The Age of Kings
  2. Roller Coaster Tycoon 2
  3. Tetris DS
  4. Super Mario 64
  5. Super Mario Galaxy
  6. Civilization V
  7. Pokemon Gold/Silver Version
  8. The Sims
  9. Battlefield 1942
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dcchambers / mac-bluetooth-audio-codec.md
Last active Aug 27, 2019
Change Bluetooth Audio Coded on Mac
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Courtey of Macrumors

The default bluetooth audio codec on mac kind of sucks.

To enable aptX, enter this in your terminal:

  • sudo defaults write bluetoothaudiod "Enable AptX codec" -bool true

To enable AAC, enter this in your terminal:

  • sudo defaults write bluetoothaudiod "Enable AAC codec" -bool true
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dcchambers / useful-tricks.md
Last active Aug 13, 2019
Useful shortcuts and tricks (mostly mac specific)
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Useful Tricks and Shortcuts (Mostly Mac Specific)

Chrome

Reopen all tabs in a window (useful if you accidentally close it). Command ⌘ + Shift + T.

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My work macbook configuration w/ apps and software I might use in my day-to-day job.

Details

                    'c.          
                 ,xNMM.          ------------------------- 
               .OMMMMo           OS: macOS Mojave 10.14.6 18G87 x86_64 
               OMMM0,            Host: MacBookPro15,2 
     .;loddo:' loolloddol;.      Kernel: 18.7.0 
   cKMMMMMMMMMMNWMMMMMMMMMM0:    Uptime: 1 hour, 47 mins 
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export PS1="\[\033[0;31m\]⤹ \[\033[0m\]\[\033[0;35m\]\t\[\033[0m\]\[\033[0;36m\] \w\[\033[0m\]\[\033[0;31m\]\n⮑ \[\033[0m\]"
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dcchambers / md2pdf.md
Last active Oct 3, 2019
Generate a PDF from Markdown files with Pandoc
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Generate a PDF from a Markdown file with Pandoc

Easy Steps For Mac OS

  1. Have Homebrew installed and a markdown file you want to render to PDF.
  2. Install Pandoc brew install pandoc
  3. Install basictex brew cask install basictex - needed for the pdflatex tool.
  4. Symlink the pdflatex to your /usr/local/bin so pandoc can easily find it. ln -s /Library/TeX/Root/bin/x86_64-darwin/pdflatex /usr/local/bin/pdflatex
  5. Use Pandoc to generate a PDF from a Markdown file. pandoc input.md -o output.pdf
    • By default the margins are pretty large. To optionally change the margins: pandoc input.md -o output.pdf -V geometry:margin=1in
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dcchambers / personal-mbp-config.md
Last active Oct 14, 2019
A place for me to track my (personal) Macbook Pro Configuration
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Personal MBP

Hardware

  • 2015 Macbook Pro
    • 13" Retina Display
    • Force Touch Trackpad
    • Intel Core i5
    • 16GB RAM
    • 256GB NVME SSD
    • MacOS Mojave
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dcchambers / work-mbp-config.md
Last active Aug 12, 2019
(Archived) A place for me to track my (work) Macbook Pro Configuration
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ARCHIVED

  • I am no longer updating this document.

Work MBP

                    'c.          dakota@Dakotas-MBP 
                 ,xNMM.          ------------------ 
               .OMMMMo           OS: macOS Mojave 10.14.4 18E226 x86_64 
               OMMM0,            Host: MacBookPro15,1 
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