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Archive for August 20th, 2021

Chur is not just a city in Switzerland (:

Posted by jpluimers on 2021/08/20

Thanks [WayBack] David Clegg on Twitter: “”

[WayBack] Chur – Kiwi Slang Dictionary

Definition of ‘Chur’


nounThanks, cool, sweet as (there are many usages)

Example of ‘Chur’

– Can I please have some more chips?
– Yup, here.
– Chur!


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Favourite Shortcut Key? (Soundcheck Question) – Computerphile – YouTube

Posted by jpluimers on 2021/08/20

Still a cool video. Many shortcuts for various operating systems and machines, including BBC B, Linux, Windows, and MacOS.


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KIX-code: informatie en downloaden | PostNL

Posted by jpluimers on 2021/08/20

PostNL maakt bij de sortering van post gebruik van een streepjescode: de KIX (KlantIndeX). Deze code voegt u toe aan de adresgegevens. De KIX bevat de gegevens die wij nodig hebben om uw post met de modernste sorteermachines te verwerken. Door de KIX bij het adres af te drukken helpt u ons om de kwaliteit van de dienstverlening te verbeteren.

Note that in order to install the KIX font on macOS/OS X/Mac OS, you

  1. need [WayBack] StuffIt Expander – Wikipedia from the app store at [] ‎StuffIt Expander 16 on the Mac App Store.
  2. uncompress (see link below) into KIX-Barcode.sit StuffIt archive
  3. uncompress KIX-Barcode.sit to the KIX-Barcode Font Suitcase
  4. install KIX-Barcode using steps from [WayBack] How to install and remove fonts on your Mac – Apple Support
    1. Double-click the font in the Finder
    2. Click Install Font in the font preview window that opens.
    3. After your Mac validates the font and opens the Font Book app, the font is installed and available for use.

    More on FontBook at [WayBack] Welcome to Font Book on Mac – Apple Support.

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