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neriald
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What’s happening to devrant the other day I saw a post how ppl preferred git gui over cli, just now saw a post where light theme ppl united. Where is my elitist crew?

I use arch btw /s

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  • 5
    Here, just too burned out and ill to contribute. Maybe again someday.
  • 3
    Light themes are good, though, if you are not in a dark room.
  • 0
    I use arch
    I use dark theme
    I use vim
    Btw
  • 3
    @Cyanide disagree. at best, they're acceptable. dark themes rule in both dark and bright environments.

    especially when there's very bright sunshine, dark themes are the difference between "being able to work" and "being blinded"
  • 3
    Anyone who uses light theme should burn in hell.

    There's a reason German for Bright is "Hell", never knew it until this post came on my feed...
  • 3
    You don't become a elite by using Arch, you only complicate your own life. Take it from someone who had that elite feeling and elite circle but in the end realized it was stupid....
  • 2
    Obligatory "it's not the theme, it's your monitor" and so on. Normally I'm a dark theme guy, but from time to time I work in the sun on my balcony on a laptop with a not-so-bright screen - so out of necessity even at 100% brightness I have to use either one of those terrible green terminal font on black background themes, or a light one - and the latter works better.
  • 0
    Light theme elitists unite lmao
  • 0
    @kamen same. Also hi, how are ya?
  • 1
    Here my dude... Let's goooo
  • 0
    @Cyanide I’m not saying light themes are bad, I’m saying you SUCK for using it!
  • 1
    @jonas-w yeeees, 1337 is strong with you. You shall be my general.
  • 0
    We got the hellish german too @doa4aod. We go for WAR!
  • 0
    We shall delete all light themes from all applications one day! And gui for certain tools too!
  • 1
    Where did the elite go?

    They're busy trying to memorize git commands
  • 3
    @black-kite dude there’s like 5-6 of them only.
  • 2
    @black-kite all you _really_ need is `git reset --hard` every 10 minutes.
  • 0
    @tosensei or `git rm -rf .`
  • 0
    I'm sipping over all the sarcasm and about to raise a Legit question:

    While CLI is fine for commits, pushes etc - can anyone efficiently work with something like previewing stashed in every day work?

    PS: Yeah I'm fully aware you can git digg it and in your world that feels KINDA fast..but do you really, really?
  • 0
    @jiraTicket I don’t know your workflow but I don’t really use stash and if I did I’d just pop it and see what was in there then stash it again if I must.
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