There's a way to apply a Sepia filter on a given picture with Adobe Photoshop that it's very simple. There are quite a few with other programmes. But when it comes to Gimp, things may get tricky. Particularly because the effect doesn't seem to be in any obvious place. This is because The Gimp doesn't … Continue reading Sepia tones with Gimp
A friend of mine who's starting with WordPress asked me how to change themes. I was going to reply directly when I realised that it was going to be too long for Messenger. Plus, I should send some screenshots to clarify. Conclusion: I'm writing a post. First, you go to Appearance => Themes … Continue reading Changing themes in WordPress
Nextcloud is open source and available for platforms. All of them. As I use Fedora in my main laptop, I'll write some articles about it on Fedora 26. And on KDE because I'm a Plasma user and so Nextcloud founder is (contributor actually). Here we go. What is Nextcloud First of, what is Nextcloud, … Continue reading Nextcloud, a glance
It's not new that I have Debian installed on a netbook that a friend of mine borrowed me. You can read here and here, if you want to know more. So I installed it with XFCE, Mate and Cinnamon as desktops. I used Mate but didn't like it and quickly abandoned. I used Cinnamon … Continue reading Debian and beyond
"It is my business to know what other people don't know" After a whole week dealing with a netbook with OpenSuSe and almost a month without Fedora on my laptop, I finally got to install Fedora 25 Workstation on my laptop and Debian Testing on the netbook. There is no much to say about … Continue reading The game is on!