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"I will skip the shameful details" --> :oops:

"I didn’t write the report yet, because I had not much to show, but also because I completely forgot about it until this past Tuesday." --> :oops: :oops:

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Glad you are healing and glad you are making progress, also glad that you have documented both improvements here for us all to see.
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It seems that the tray icons have the same alignment problems than the tasbar buttons have too.
Maybe someone should inspect comctl32 (?) and send eventual fixes to wine.

Thanks for the Report.

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IMO health is far over work/job

So, its awesome you´re going better. Thak you so much for your progresses.

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elhoir wrote:IMO health is far over work/job

So, its awesome you´re going better. Thak you so much for your progresses.
Hmm... Isn't the next blogpost/update long overdue again?

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Webunny wrote:
elhoir wrote:IMO health is far over work/job

So, its awesome you´re going better. Thak you so much for your progresses.
Hmm... Isn't the next blogpost/update long overdue again?
I think gigaherz will know best when/if he will provide a blog post and if/when not.
I follow the commits everyday and I'll say that there happened nothing interresting he could write about.
If he would write a post it would contain
I spent most time starring at the screen and here are some kitten images
Let him the time to use it for something more usefull than writing posts about nothing.
He does a great job and if there are some interresting changes, the blogpost will be interresting as well.

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gonzoMD wrote:
Webunny wrote:
elhoir wrote:IMO health is far over work/job

So, its awesome you´re going better. Thak you so much for your progresses.
Hmm... Isn't the next blogpost/update long overdue again?
I think gigaherz will know best when/if he will provide a blog post and if/when not.
I follow the commits everyday and I'll say that there happened nothing interresting he could write about.
If he would write a post it would contain
I spent most time starring at the screen and here are some kitten images
Let him the time to use it for something more usefull than writing posts about nothing.
He does a great job and if there are some interresting changes, the blogpost will be interresting as well.
Whether he knows best when or if he will provide a blog post or not is not the point. I was under the impression a weekly report was part of his job. Unless that changed, his update is over time, however you look at it.

I have no problem if he/the devs agree on, say, a monthly update. Fine by me. However, as long as this isn't the case, I'm fully right in pointing out the blog is overdue. I agree he has done great things, but that, neither, has any bearing on his weekly report being overdue.

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