It's really shitty to have purchased an app a few months ago only to have an automatic update happen, and the app switched to a subscription model. No, I'm not paying a subscription fee for an application I've already purchased. Fuck you.
This shit has happened a lot lately is why I lean heavily toward FOSS these days. Let's call subscription-based software what it is: rentalware. I don't care that the market is moving to it. It's still wrong.
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."
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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.
Designer & Illustrator. Opera Software alum. Ook!
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