Hi! I'm known as "keb" a lot of places and "Roguecnidarian" is a convenient handle. I'm a queer leftist who's figuring themselves out still, a union member, and a technical and, presumably, handy person.
I like cars and cooking and terrible puns, have opinions about many things, but I feel like I don't have time for much more than silly posts lately. I also should probably be drawing more.
#introductions hi, i'm Budgie and I have too many talents! I'm best known for drawing furry ladies, cooking amazing food, and arguing on the internet.
I'm nonbinary (she/her) and i spend most of my time managing a household and cooking amazing food. I have 7 birds, and sometimes I take photos of them.
Kaye Devin is an intersex shiba inu (she/her). She's in a band and moonlights reluctantly as a magical girl
accessibility, UI gripes
So the drivers for the trackpad on the work laptop stopped working (along with the audio output) for no apparent reason, so if I don’t have a USB mouse I’m effectively paralyzed with windows 10. It used to be very easy to do everything by keyboard, with the tab key and other shortcuts, but there’s a few things you just simply can’t reach on Windows 10 without resorting to using mouse keys. And mouse keys is terrible, but at least it exists.
I should clarify though, it’s not really windows 10 it’s self — the interface does let me move a caret or selection around with tab keys, but things like Excel and many third party apps are awful and effectively unusable without a pointing device.
I don’t want to think about how frustrating this might be to someone who can’t use a pointing device. Accessibility is actually good for everyone.
In stereo where available
The Vulpine Club is a friendly and welcoming community of foxes and their associates, friends, and fans! =^^=