Later On

A blog written for those whose interests more or less match mine.

Progress indeed can be hateful

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I am struggling with the enforced transition to the new WordPress editor, though I expect in time I will figure it out. The editor I previously used (with great satisfaction) was finally put to death today, so willy-nilly I am thrust onto the tip of the spear of progress.

I’m still unclear on how to specify categories for my post, so there may be a string of “Daily life” posts until I figure it out.

Today was flip-mattress day (and 3 months from now will be rotate-mattress day), and mattress was successfully flipped and bed remade. A big batch of vegetables was cooked (and some of it enjoyed for dinner). Progress in Esperanto continues, and the tempeh box components have been ordered.

I’m just glad to find a way to edit a post in a comfortable manner. I don’t have a clue as to how to specify categories, but I cleverly wrote this so that the default category (daily life) will work. — Aha! I found it.

Life will go on.

Written by Leisureguy

1 October 2020 at 7:54 pm

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  1. The cogwheel icon, SETTINGS, top right, next to another round green icon.
    Press it
    There are two options below it
    Block and Enter, press Enter
    Go down a little, Categories is in that menu on the right but a little lower so you do not see it

    It’s also turning out to be complicated and slow for me, but it has some interesting improvements, and other absurd additional limitations … as always, nothing is perfect!

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    ales

    2 October 2020 at 3:18 pm


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