It's always odd to see something from Microsoft be open source. I had an idea years ago to make common symbols in programming languages be ligatures, but I never took the time to alter a free font I liked with them. Nice.
The font is too narrow, though. The m and w glyphs are incredibly cramped.
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Or I could just do like Robin Rendle and say fuck it to AMP: https://www.robinrendle.com/notes/taking-shortcuts.html
"Here’s my hot take on this: fuck the algorithm, fuck the impressions, and fuck the king. I would rather trade those benefits and burn my website to the ground than be under the boot and heel and of some giant, uncaring corporation."
This week System76 launched a graphical Firmware Manager that's compatible With LVFS and all Ubuntu And Debian-based #Linux distributions
Like how I must use these esoteric-looking generics to make it happy using mixins. At that point it becomes more a hinderance than a useful tool. It also has the effect of making the code more difficult to read which kind of defeats the purpose of wanting to use TypeScript in the first place.
Yeah, I know it supposedly doesn't matter because your video card is doing all the rendering anyway... at least according to the VBox people. Unfortunately Windows and Linux think they only have 256MB of video memory, and it makes VBox useless for many tasks (that have nothing to do with playing games).
VirtualBox's limitation of 128MB vram (256MB if you increase it on a VM via the command line) is the worst. The entire rest of the application is pretty much completely worthless without adequate video memory for modern OSes. Install Windows and poof popup saying simple UI is being used because there's not enough video memory... :/
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Designer & Illustrator. Opera Software alum. Ook!
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