When doing programming live streaming, showing your keys is like sharing your credit card to Twitter. Watching past streams and collecting keys is a hobby that preys on the careless. Rolling keys over every stream you expose them is tiresome and way more effort than its worth.
Introducing Stream Censor where you can edit the
.env (or other secret's files) live on stream or recording without worry! You can blur the entire file and since its your config you can feel your way through it while editing, while others will have no idea what your typing.
There are three levels of blur you can change on the fly:
In the settings of this package you can add file types to the
sensitiveFiles array and they will get ignored when Stream Censor is enabled.
The default blur level can be found here without having the use the
Packages > Stream Censor> Increase/Decrease menu items.
Don't mess with the default
isEnabled value. Should be
false. Who am I to tell you what to do. I'm a README not a cop.
ALT + CRTL + O (or your own combination) will enable or disable the package. You will get a notification so that you know what the current status is.
You can also enable by
RMB > Toggle Stream Censor or
Packages > Stream Censor> Toggle.
Good catch. Let us know what about this package looks wrong to you, and we'll investigate right away.