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What's the closest thing to this for Windows? At the moment, I'm just using todo.txt
These are very popular:
The problem is when you select tragedies.
The implication is that some humans are worth more than others, or some skin colours are worth more than others.
There are hundreds of other tragedies around the world. Yemen is a tragedy, only made possible by US weapons and support for opressive governments. Palestine is a tragedy, only made possible by US support for oppressive governments. Hundreds of thousands of people have been killed unjustly by the US and her allies in Iraq, but Facebook doesn't give me to the option to change my profile to an Iraqi flag.
Yes they are. They no longer design for usability. They design for style. And with Steve gone, they no longer have much of a sense of style. Therefore, it's not only ugly, but also difficult to use. iOS7 is proof enough. QED.
I think that their design has slipped with this revision, compared with the previous one.
I think tools of this nature will indeed be the future of webdesign. A lot of the "I use Sublime-text" stuff is to do with snobbery to be frank, just like the CLI purists of yesteryear.
I love Webflow and have a paid account. I hate the subscription model though, and the pricing. I'm hoping to jump over to Pinegrow if it gets good enough. That also has the advantage of being able to take benefit from the Wordpress ecosystem, which is a huge plus.
I reckon they didn't try any other options. Likely someone in upper management just liked the look of this typeface.
It's actually a myth that they really thoroughly test their stuff, and it grew out of the very public A/B testing on their homepage they did years ago. Recently, they've been mostly going on gut feeling, and have lost $$$ as a result.
Can we have a Windows version now please?
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