Be nice. Or else.
Community Staff United Kingdom UI Designer [Moderator] Joined over 3 years ago
Could we see it with a full web page? I'm loving this technique! Simple... but effective. Great job.
Daniel, is yours showing old notifications that you can't get rid of?
Noted and forwarded to devs.
I'm not removing this post, I don't think it's necessary. I just thought I'd let you know what I've done and why I've done it.
As far as I know, you haven't been reported as such, and even if you were, it would have no impact on a moderator's decision (mine or others).
The second part of my reply was my opinion. I apologise if you thought it came across as sarcastic, that wasn't my intention and never is - blunt and to the point is the best way of saying something imo, I'm not going to pussyfoot around anyone just in case I hurt their feelings.
Same here. Could be worth sending the dev a link to this post?
Ishan, we have a set of moderator guidelines that we follow, it's not just a case of deleting what we want! Most posts that we question are shared between the lot of us and we decide between us if it should stay or go.
Whilst we do correct posts where possible (e.g. spellings, grammar etc.), it cannot be us who changes a link you have posted... especially on imgur! What if we get the link wrong? Would you then create a post saying that we changed your link too?
FYI I didn't delete your post, so much so, I liked it and gave it an 'up'. I do, however, agree with everyone else. If your link was dead, then no point keeping it on.
In the last 3 years so much in the world of development has changed. There may have been things that were implemented earlier on, only to find they were becoming deprecated in a few months. Same for things like flex. Whilst flex has been around for a while, it's only recently become supported by default in most browsers.
For you to say that something is not going well means that you haven't been using the alpha versions and just assume a Beta is the first version of a release.
Your story has been sunk (check the guidelines to see what happens with sinking stories) as it violates the 'unwelcome stories' section of the DN Guidelines being a list-style story.
Whilst I'm all for stating your opinion on the best options for designers, developers, freelancers etc. this seems overly advertorial (even though there are no adverts as such). E.g. I personally think you should try the affinity range before putting it in the article rather than basing it solely on what other people have said.
To be a fair review of each product, you must have at least used the all the available candidates. You don't see a magazine review of the top 10 TV's without the reviewer trying all 10 (although it is questionable as to who decides the top 10).
Ah the image must have moved. Essentially, you can't just link to a path that contains the image. It must be the actual image url.
Be nice. Or else.
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