I have CSS on the .art instance that puts a very discreet blue dashed border around media that doesn't have alt-text. It's a way for people to see at a glance if media is described before choosing to boost it or not.

I've been seeing some images on the TL recently that don't have a border but also don't have alt text. Looked a little closer and found out that they just have a space in the alt text. So it's posting without that blue border, but still has no alt text.

FFS, people. Not cool.

I wrote a new blog post, because that's something I"m doing again. It's long, but I"m proud of it. livinglunarwolf.me/what-its-li

From Marques Brownlee,

This Smartphone is Built Different..., The Fairphone 4 is the most modular, sustainable phone in the world.


Greetings to the Fediverse this day.

RH Voice TTS works very well on this particular Chromebook I'm using. The Chromebook Duet from 2020.

I see that it recently got Talkback 12.1, though mind you I'm on Chrome OS 96 Beta.

For those with M1 Macs, the developer of Dystopia has flipped the switch for the app to be available in Mac Testflight and man what a joy it is to use if you like Reddit.

@pitermach @freakyfwoof@mastodon.social @borrisinabox@mastodon.social I myself have been using a Firefox extension called Extra sounds (where said sounds can all be customized to your liking).

Description of add on, after the link:


About this extension

This add-on will add sounds to your Firefox. Currently it supports 5 events: the start and complete of navigation, new download, the download is complete and error downloading.
This add-on can be a replacement for the outdated Navigational sounds.

@freakyfwoof@mastodon.social You’re very welcome!

Glad I could be of service.



It took me awhile to find this, but here's the current list of supported Mastodon file formats that i know of:


In short, .mp4 and .webm are the supported video formats I read from the above link.

In addition since each instance is managed differently, I have absolutely no idea what the maximum file size limit is, unfortunately.

Also see
, for dedicated decentralized sites dedicated to music/video uploading.


So, here's my Invisible keystrokes idea, based off of an OCR Mac app found at


VOCR uses the Modifier CMD+CTRL (referring to the "Mac's" control key).


CMD+CTRL-W = Hide/unhide TweeseCake interface.
CMD+CTRL+Shift-H = Help for invisible interface.
CMD+CTRL-N = New Tweet/Toot/Message.
CMD+CTRL-R = Reply
CMD+CTRL+Shift-R = Retweet/Boost

From the VoiceOver Utility, make sure that "Allow VoiceOver to be controlled with AppleScript", is checked.

@TwCakeApp@mastodon.social Greetings to y’all over at the factory today.

First off, an fantastic update y’all have here on the Mac side. Sometimes it does give some errors which I shall post later on my M1 Mac Mini, but otherwise I say it’s gold!

Secondly, I just may have had a solution to bringing the invisible interface to the mac side. (Did I choose the right word?)

I’ll post said keystroke idea in another Toot, as there’s no room for it here.

@Keao@mastodon.social A little late to it, but good afternoon to you as well!

Greetings all, among the witching hour (at time of writing). Yeah, sleep is hard.

Anyway, I would like to share 4 Gemini Protocol clients with y'all. All are screen reader-friendly.

1. agregore
, a cross-platform GUI client.
2. Bombadillo
, a cross-platform Terminal client..
3. GemiNaut
, a GUI Gemini client exclusive to MS Windows.
4. Elaho
, a Gemini client for IPhone/IPad/Silicon-Macs.


@NightDrake@mastodon.social Ah, Coffee flavored ice cream eh? Now we’re talkin’!

May your cold dash away in do time while you’re sleeping, and awesome about the book you’re reading.

@radio1975@mastodon.social Your test was successful. May you have a good sleep.

Thanks to all who have followed me on here as well over the last 24 hours or so.


If anyone is interested in checking out the Super Demension Fortress world, please feel free to let me know in a mention/DM, and I shall guide ya along.

Hello to my mates among the Fediverse!

If you’re getting the error:

‘ZSH, Command Not Found’

when using home brew on Mac OS 12, follow the steps over at


, and all should be golden.

NB. the command to save output to Nano was written wrong by the author. The keystroeks are:

1. Control+X
2. Y for yes.
3. Enter to confirm.

@Ricardus You have got to be kidding me! *sigh* Thanks for sharing this info.

Mastodon @ SDF

"I appreciate SDF but it's a general-purpose server and the name doesn't make it obvious that it's about art." - Eugen Rochko