Be nice. Or else.
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I'm on eleven2 http://www.eleven2.com/2296.html
It's cheap when you compare all the specs to other hosts, the support is great, and I have no downtimes :D
Fontprep can be used offline and doesn't have Export limit as FontSquirrel's 3 per process.
Those are the ones that come to my mind right now.
I don't see this bug in Facebook, and I got the most recent timeline, actually it's 15px on both sides rendering really nice.
a 502 error doesn't mean a broken link, it just means that the server is not available, the link is working fine.
Firefox only has problem with SVG when not re-sized proportionally, You have a 36 x 24 original .svg file scaled to 75 x 50, that makes no mathematical sense!!!
change the size to 72 x 48 (362 x 482) and it will be crisp! ;)
Column 9, row 20, mickey cursor! :D
-Make the Karma go to the original poster, not the duplicates, or don't let post duplicates.
-More info in the profiles, I've encountered myself with quality content coming from a person, and I had to look his name in google to find more about him and his work, when it could be a click away on his profile.
-Link to our post and comments.
What do you guys think? although it seems like a nice way, I don't like the idea of having "widget widget-sidebar" on my code, and if I want to only have "widget-sidebar" it would be somehow redundant on the CSS. I actually prefer the parent change, although I agree it can bring some problems along the way.
I decided to leave everything on default (sRGB) since other design apps like Sketch work in this color mode, so when I need to switch from Photoshop to Sketch everything looks horrible since the HEX values are different, also tools like FrankdeLoupe (that is meant for use with Photoshop) grabs colors as if they were sRGB withouth caring if your document is in Monitor RGB or other... and since I'm currently doing more web work, this works for me. :)
Having all in sRGB
Be nice. Or else.
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