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  1. Comment on Any interest in setting "scrollbar-color" in the Tildes themes in ~tildes

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    Noticed the Nightly version of Firefox (67) added support for this (been in since 64 but was behind an about:config option), and I like the idea of making the scrollbars dark since I use the black...

    Noticed the Nightly version of Firefox (67) added support for this (been in since 64 but was behind an about:config option), and I like the idea of making the scrollbars dark since I use the black theme. Chrome support would require the webkit shadow DOM version of the property.

    Trying to figure out who on here likes the idea of adding support for this.

    5 votes
  2. Comment on Pickup drivers block Tesla chargers in widening trend in ~enviro

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    As a motorcyclist I beg to disagree, breathing in that stuff and having a coughing fit when travelling at 70mph is not fun, at all.

    As a motorcyclist I beg to disagree, breathing in that stuff and having a coughing fit when travelling at 70mph is not fun, at all.

    12 votes
  3. Comment on The new font that promises to boost your memory in ~science

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    Very true, there's some irony in that I skim read and missed that. Though the open source dyslexia font may also be abnormal enough of a font to serve a similar purpose. I think the results from a...

    Very true, there's some irony in that I skim read and missed that. Though the open source dyslexia font may also be abnormal enough of a font to serve a similar purpose. I think the results from a study on a wide range of fonts giving ease of reading, data retention etc, data would be very interesting.

    1 vote
  4. Comment on The new font that promises to boost your memory in ~science

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    So you tend remember things that you've had to work at... This font would probably be exhausting to try to read when used for any reasonably sized passage of text, slowing your reading speed, also...

    So you tend remember things that you've had to work at...
    This font would probably be exhausting to try to read when used for any reasonably sized passage of text, slowing your reading speed, also helping retention but hampering the ability to get through a text in a time limit.

    2 votes
  5. Comment on The Rise and Demise of RSS in ~tech

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    As somebody who uses RSS feeds heavily, what feed readers would you recommend? I have been looking to get into using them for years but never had the patience to find a reader that wasn't old...

    As somebody who uses RSS feeds heavily, what feed readers would you recommend? I have been looking to get into using them for years but never had the patience to find a reader that wasn't old and/or broken.

    3 votes