A few days ago, I discovered an old project on an even older HDD. I suspect that this was my first time tinkering with emulators, and also my first time trying out Python 3. It turned out quite alright.
I recently decided to get a new keyboard, as I have been typing on my notebook until now. I’ve aways been interested in mechanical keyboards, but haven’t been willing to break the bank for parts I’d even solder myself.
An apparently little used feature in Prometheus is the ability to create so-called consoles or console templates. Even though Prometheus ships some example consoles, this type of interface seems to be rarely used in practice.
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