This is because you run Windows.
With Linux, you come back where you were before you left!
webwit wrote:I've been playing with responsive/mobile css on my local machine. Still lots to do but it's getting there.
webwit wrote:Some screenshots of pages I've been working on. Naturally there is some simplification. First aim is too make things fit and look nice and simple. Needs some better outlining at points, but moreover, stuff is too small to hit with your finger on mobile. That's next. If it fits, it's already much better and will rank better on google. It's a bitch, it's css overrides for break points for ancient phpbb css chaos, and I like to keep it small.
The only problem lies in their implementation: they're resource-heavy, they don't integrate with the browser's scrollbar and they sometimes get stuck on loading.
Oooh! I'll remember that, thanks!Muirium wrote:Not cumbersome enough in my view. You've seen GH etc., right? Endlessly nested quotes, over and over again, just for one word lulz in addition, is the worst thing about them. Which says quite a lot!
I'd like to automatically strip quotations from posts immediately after the post they just quoted (excepting for page breaks) but then I am a maniacal minimalist typing on a clearly dysfunctionally small keyboard…
(Try this: click reply, then look for the text EXPAND VIEW in the editor. Click that and behold all the quote bubbles beside earlier posts. That's the way to multiquote! But keep it quiet, alright?)
Muirium wrote:[…] We don't need the whole fugly tree cropping up time and time again. Just the most recent (outer) quote matters. […]
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