~cjb/conf

add a sane vimrc that ignores the system one
use NO_COLOR=1

so many tools use ANSI colour codes, but they often mess something up.
this reduces that, for example ffmpeg doesn't break my prompt anymore
with NO_COLOR=1

as someone with (diagnosed) dyslexia, colour output helps in so many
ways, but more and more people are using colour at random. i'm slowly
finding alternative ways to highlight important stuff or making tools
output in a way that makes it difficult to mess up reading the output.
switch to iosevka fixed

this version doesn't have ligatures

also, using the 'unhinted' verient is clearer!
ensure $EDITOR and $VISUAL are set
remove decentraleyes

since install this addon has intercepted *very* few requests, uBlock
Origin has done the real hard yards, so no point installing another
addon that increases overall risk (i.e. the more you run, the bigger
the attack surface)
significantly reduce flicker on xinit
always use git status --short
don't force colour in grep

using --color=always breaks pipes
reduce bash config

* run bash as /bin/sh so it sources $ENV

* remove fancy completion i get accustomed to 'normal' bash

* delete ~/.bashrc
slightly more lispy 'alsactl'
switch from 'brightnessctl' to 'light'
slightly more lispy 'backlightctl'
drop 'byte-compile-directory'

i still think the should ship with emacs, but i don't care anymore
because i use package.el
remove colour'd completion
use alternatives to color, better prompt for large git repos
write `background-mode`

this replaces `toggle-background-mode`, `dark-background-mode, and
`light-background-mode`.

not sure if it is actually better, but I like that I made it one
function.
don't need to make emacs fullscreen

don't use ratpoison anymore, so this isn't needed
change emoji font, no search suggestions
better defaults for firefox
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