New TU Andrew Crerar

Andrew Crerar applied to become a Trusted User and was accepted! Congratulations! His intentions is to move firefox-develop from the AUR to [community]

77% Reproducible packages

Currently 77% of the packages are reproducible, note that we do not vary everything yet in the two builds. For example filesystem, build patch and other options can be varied.

Pro-audio mailing list

For audio enthusiasts there is a new mailing list to discuss audio packaging, development and usage etc..

GCC and GCC-multilib merged

Now that 32 bit support is dropped, the normal GCC package has gained support to build multilib packages, simplifying packaging.

Mime-types replaced with mailcap

Mime-types is now replaced by mailcap in this change.

Arch Linux at 34C3

A few Arch Linux Developers and Trusted users will be at 34C3 in Leipzig, if you are there, meet us there! A certain Arch user was recruited after talks at congress!

Analysis of AUR and Official Arch Repository data

Brian Caffey has made some a analysis of the AUR and the Arch repositories.

Arch monthly November was originally published by Jelle van der Waa at Jelly's Blog on December 08, 2017.

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Writing text in Unity isn't that easy, at least if you want to generate text with single gameobjects to be displayed in 3D and not only as a flat UI text. Every single letter must be dragged and dropped to its place to form a word.
Personally I was frustrated and didn't find a solution on the internet, so I decided to write this small script on my own which generates text in the editor while you are typing as you can see in the animation. For this example I used the letters from the Unity Asset Store package "Simple Icons – Cartoon Assets" (https://www.assetstore.unity3d.com/en/#!/content/59925). Maybe you will find this helpful or has more ideas to improve it, if so then please let me know.😉
A detailed description how to use this small script can be found in my repository on GitHub (https://github.com/isenmann/UnityTextGenerator)

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