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Rasmus Eriksson

Rasmus Eriksson

Front-end Developer Joined over 2 years ago

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  • Posted to The Mac Pro Lives, in reply to Marc Edwards , Apr 05, 2017

    Not to mention the value of keeping people in the ecosystem.

    If it was completely inconsequential to them I don't think they'd have spent all that R&D money on the trash bin Mac Pro in the first place.

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  • Posted to Best external monitor for Macbook Pro 2017?, in reply to Alejandro Vizio , Feb 15, 2017

    Woot, the thing about colour support really surprised me. But it makes sense. Thanks!

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  • Posted to Best external monitor for Macbook Pro 2017?, in reply to Anton Sten , Feb 15, 2017

    I just returned both of mine yesterday. The IQ is great, but it's so riddled with bugs of all manners that I just don't want to pay for it.

    • It prevents my MacBooks from going to sleep and keeps them fully powered (and hot!) 24/7
    • The occasional graphical artefact
    • Awful speakers
    • It often fails to reconnect peripherals
    • WiFi thing…

    So this thread came in quite handy for me too!

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  • Posted to Google Fonts — Raising the quality of fonts in our collection, in reply to Nathan Hass , Dec 10, 2016

    Indeed. I believe when TypeKit updates their fonts, you need to manually 'publish' your kit again to receive any changes.

    I guess it's easier when you need an account and build your own kits that are unique to you.

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  • Posted to Ask DN: What office chair do you use?, in reply to Marc Edwards , Dec 09, 2016

    Supposedly strengthens your core muscles as opposed to destroying them!

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  • Posted to Ask DN: What office chair do you use?, in reply to Marc Edwards , Dec 09, 2016

    I tried to use one. Lasted but a few minutes before I fell down. :P

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  • Posted to Secrets — Password manager for Mac and iOS, in reply to Marty Thierry , Nov 16, 2016

    It looks OK—considerably better than say LastPass—but it's slow. Not so slow that it's unusable, but enough to make it feel like an inconvenience. I just want my login details to be autofilled as I hit the page, not browse through menus and watch animations.

    However I was told, just after I ditched 1Password a few months ago, that autofill is or will become available in the extension. I'll have to revisit, because if that's the case, I'm probably switching back.

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  • Posted to Secrets — Password manager for Mac and iOS, in reply to Michael Mckeever , Nov 14, 2016

    I don't like the 1Password browser extensions. I'm curious to find out if this one is any better.

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  • Posted to Mashable goes Black, in reply to Jim Silverman , Oct 24, 2016

    I'd say that's quite a stretch, isn't it. :P

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  • Posted to Sarah Parmenter on Geek Mental Health Week, in reply to Jeff Witters , Oct 12, 2016

    It's a topic that's relevant to any industry that's being discussed by a prominent designer during the mental health week. It's an important subject, and I don't see why a community can't afford to discuss it once.

    Because it is a community of people, not just a news site.

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