Published February 27, 2019
What is Rofi? Rofi is a powerful window switcher, application launcher and dmenu replacement for Linux which provides the user with a textual list of options where one or more can be selected. This can either be running an application, selecting a window, or options provided by an external script.
It only requires
See Github repository: claudiodangelis/rofi-chrome-profile-launcher
rofi -modi 'Chrome Profile':/path/to/rofi-chrome-profile-launcher.sh -show 'Chrome Profile'
Start typing the name of the profile you want to open, then press Enter.
When you launch it:
When you start typing:
To use it i3wm add this line to
bindsym Mod1+Shift+Control+o exec rofi -modi 'Chrome Profile':/path/to/rofi-chrome-profile-launcher/rofi-chrome-profile-launcher.sh -show 'Chrome Profile'
Published February 21, 2019
I published a very simple theme for Visual Studio Code: everything is gray, strings dark yellow.
Contributions are welcome, check the github repository.
Published December 07, 2018
Finally I got time to fix a long time bug affecting users of Google Suite For Work/Education using Popup For Keep.
Everything should be working correctly now as per version 0.10.0 which should be already available in the Chrome Web Store at this time.
Thanks again to everyone that reached out to me to make me aware of the issue. As a reminder, here’s how you can reach out to me for support or feature requests:
Published August 16, 2018
Two important news from qr-filetransfer development, a project I launched a few months back:
Published February 26, 2018
I maintain the ArchLinux package for Postman, the popular API Development Environment, this post discusses a script I use to make sure that each new version of the package builds and installs correctly (i.e.: no missing dependencies) before submitting it to AUR (Archlinux User Repository). By using Docker, the script runs the process into an isolated environment that mimics a fresh installation of ArchLinux, preventing you from forgetting to declare dependencies upon packages already installed on the machine.