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Serval

@Serval@sh.itjust.works

I’m a human I think, but I like eating tesseracts

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Thank you!
You are definitely right about the face, but so far I only managed to make it worse, so to modify it I’ll wait for my technique to improve.

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Real pic, it’s a train station in Italy

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I never really solved this, though I grown to accept it as a sort of reassuring fact.

I am constantly dying and being substituted by my new present self, but I’m only aware of that because my reasoning brought me there, I’m unable to feel that I’m experiencing it first hand. The self who started this comment is already lost in the past and didn’t even realise that it happened, there is a perfect continuity between them and me.

It’s a bit sad that “I” won’t be specifically the one to experience the future, but some of the other selves with which I compose my identity will, which is good enough.

Moreover, it means that I have no need to fear ceasing existing (like with neurodegenerative diseases, death and similar situations), because it has always happened and it’s painless.

Serval,
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I guess that if we objectively knew it we would have solved morality?

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I’ll soon have a salary and, as I mainly pirate music, I’d like to donate to SpotiFlyer and the artists I listen to the most. However, so far I haven’t donated anything.

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Thank you, but now I see the image in low resolution. Is it only a problem of mine or do you see it like that too?

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I’ve never done it, but I can try. Don’t set your expectations too high, tho 😅

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Oh, I understood, thank you very much

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I have already tried without success to:

  1. Re-add the widgets (it has worked with two of the loading widgets, but not with the others)
  2. Clear the cache
  3. Re-Reboot
  4. Uninstall and reinstall the problematic apps

August 20 update: the problem seems to have solved itself by just waiting?
Since I last commented on this post I haven’t rebooted my phone or attempted to re-add my widgets. Today I tried again, just to see if something has changed, and they actually loaded after a few seconds. I suppose it’s fine like that.

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I tried twice, once with the reboot option and once powering it off for some minutes to let it rethink its life choices. Needless to say that it didn’t work.

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I prefer to keep it as plan Z since there would be many password recoveries and backups (and hope that I can also backup settings) to do. If I haven’t solved it in a couple of days, I’ll try that.

Edit: I tried to uninstall an app that needed no backup, but the widget is still invisible. Also, some system apps’ widgets don’t work either and I can’t uninstall those.

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But in that case I wouldn’t be able to use any app, would I?

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Stock

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I can use everything normally (except for LibreTube that today decided not to load any video, but I don’t think it is relevant here), so I guess it’s another problem. BUT, just in case, how did you solve?

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Cat is good animal. Serval is big cat. Serval is good big animal.
Serval is good username too.

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Do banking apps work on it? If yes, is it with or without microg?

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I have a Kobo eReader (idk the specific model) and it has many advantages:

  • Since its only purpose is reading, the battery lasts a lot more than the phone’s one. I usually charge it once a week. (A side effect of the single purpose thing is that there are no notifications, so there are less distractions too).
  • You can read no matter the light conditions, both in the dark and in intense light.
  • The screen is larger than a phone’s one, yet the eReader itself is small enough to fit most pockets.
  • I have no problem reading on the phone, but some people feel that their eyesight tires more easily than on paper. Apparently eReaders fix this.
  • It has an embedded offline dictionary and you can download more in other languages.

Some cons are:

  • There is no dark mode, at least on my model.
  • The screen, because of its being different from the phone’s, is only black and white.
  • To upload books I didn’t buy through the Kobo store I need to connect the eReader to a computer. However, it has a lot of memory, so you can upload all the books you may want to read and you won’t need to touch it for months.
  • It’s quite slow. Normally I don’t even notice it, but it’s very annoying if I want to read PDFs where I need to zoom in.
  • I don’t know if it’s a problem of my device, but it’s also slightly buggy. Again, it’s not a thing I usually notice, just when I need to highlight something or take notes. It shouldn’t be a problem if you use those features only once in a while, otherwise I suggest to keep close to you the phone/notebook for your annotations or to use a more comfortable device.

I hope this helps :)

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