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I tried figma for a week but I hate the mouse lag on big projects, that's the only reason I went back to Sketch. It beats Sketch in layer selection, you can just hold the command key and drag cursor and it selects all the layers, thats so cool, I have to lock layers in Sketch in order for me to select couple layers if they are above another layer...
Tried out Pixave and Eagle. Liked Eagle much more. Easier to use and felt intuitive, while Pixave made me think and read too much before every action.
I wish Eagle had a basic image editor (resize, crop, add arrow or basic shapes like Skitch to point at stuff).
The coolest feature of Eagle is an option to import Sketch elements, for future reuse - it copies all the layers and everything. really handy
From what I understand the 2048 was an open source project with a free to distribute or modify license, I don't see what a lawyer can do here.
Ie7 browser usage is around 0.1% , if you are spending time and I guess a lot of it since you said are having problems with it, maybe it's time to stop supporting it? Spending time for a 0.1% of users and let's be honest most of those users are not paying for anything since they are using an 10 year old browser and a pretty old computer, seems not a very clever idea to me.
I love the design, but you should optimize your images for Retina display. I am using a macbook pro Retina right now and all of the images look blurry.
absolutely agree, those photos are taking up almost 80% of real estate...not sure if placing them on a homepage provides an 80% explanation of what they do...for me its just a waste of space...
I have spend quite some time searching for the best standing desk. Here is what I found:
note: Here is how it looks in my room setup: http://sdrv.ms/Z9UYnA
The cheapest height adjustable solution (pros: , stable, easy to adjust height, cons: more expensive):
The perfect solution IMHO (pros: huge working area, automatic height adjustment, cons: expensive) :
I am working from home and using a standing desk, so I tried to search for some socks that are anti fatigue :)
Rackspace open cloud: http://www.rackspace.com/open-cloud/
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