Be nice. Or else.
Pensacola, FL Founder at Narro Joined about 3 years ago
Yeah, those text-shadow values are a couple notches too high imo.
1 hour old - 9 upvotes.
I'm not saying it's vote manipulation, but considering it's ~2-5 AM for the most active region on this site, it's suspicious
EDIT: You know what would help a lot with this? List the user profiles for people who upvoted the post. It's already listed on their user pages after all.
I'm sure this is perfectly innocent, but I'd advise exercising caution when granting elevated permissions to your phone to an application you've just downloaded.
While I'm sure this is doing nothing malicious, there is a lot of malware that could readily be implemented into your phone through a medium like this.
I'm going to steal this share it with all my friends on Google Wave
So many big players do it, it's hard to blame anyone for it anymore.
Looking at you Google.
Hmm... gonna pass
Can I piggyback off this and plead people to stop using pseudo links instead of proper
I live on being able to control click/right-click to open in a new tab.
When you bind your
<div> or anything else with a event to simulate a link, it does the bare minimum which is updating the page URL when clicked, but it is missing the usability of an actual link.
I'd ditch Museo Sans for a system font stack, but this is really nice!
It looks like they have changed - I should have considered that.
I don't think it's really debatable whether they're moving towards a user-following direction or not - simply because they've built it out and deployed it in the new profiles.
I do agree that this isn't an issue. I use Reddit daily and I haven't found any of these features to be an issue, and I think the people that are freaking out about them are being unnecessarily dramatic.
If you're logged in you'll see a "Follow" button beneath his user photo. And if you look at the pinned post on his profile - you'll notice it isn't posted to any subreddit. It's posted to his profile - acting like the timeline on Facebook does.
This moves to a model that the user posts their content on their page - rather than contributing it to a community based on topic.
Be nice. Or else.
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