Today I downloaded his new album Sukierae and I’m really enjoying it. Notably, Tweedy made Sukierae with his 18 year old son Spencer and the album is named after his wife (who recently went through cancer treatment). The family influences are readily apparent as the songs are heartfelt and sincere. Summer Noon and Wait for Love are the first standout songs of the album.
If you’re not familiar with Jeff Tweedy, he was the lead singer of Uncle Tupelo and since 1995 he’s been the lead singer of Wilco. Along with the rest of Wilco, he worked with Billy Bragg to create the Mermaid Avenue series of albums that contain songs created from unused Woody Guthrie lyrics.
In lesson 15 the seventh study drill is a little tricky if you’re not familiar with the command line. Instead of opening a Python file, you’re instructed to enter the commands from the Python prompt.
Just running open(example.txt) may not work because the Python interpreter only looks in the current folder to find the file. If you don’t start Python in the same folder, you need to tell the interpreter exactly where the file is is located. Here’s one way to do this:
I just spent about an hour searching the internet trying to figure out the keyboard shortcut to tab (or move) between the split windows within a tab in Coda 2. After looking through the Apple shortcuts, I finally found one that works:
Control + Tab
It’s so simple. But there’s a catch. To get this to work you first must open another tab before opening the Terminal window.
1. Create a new tab/document
2. Add a new split Document or Preview window
3. Add a new split Terminal window
4. Close the second Document or Preview
At this point you should be able to Control + Tab between the Document window and the Terminal window. It’s not ideal, but it works when needed.
On a related note, I’m interested to see what Panic has up their sleeve for Coda 2.5. It should be released soon.
I help a family member run a website for a small business and we recently discovered that the contact form notification emails were not being delivered. The contact submissions were in the Feedback section of the dashboard, but the notification emails were not being delivered to the email address on the form.
In order to force outgoing emails to use the subdomain, configure the plugin as is explained on the Namecheap support page
Once I completed the setup, the email notifications were fixed. I had a hosting account on Bluehost for years and I never ran into this issue, so I’m assuming that they don’t have the same limitation on emails. Has anyone else run into this issue with other shared hosts?