Hi I'm on this account now, @Fenreliania is outdated you can stop following it and preferrably follow me here instead thanks
Like, I can take a window and push it up against the edge of the screen and it has a bit of a buffer where it snaps to the edge or corner rather than just going offscreen. I can put a window on top of it, and while resizing it, it will do the same thing with the edge of other windows underneath it. I can easily size multiple windows to the same dimensions this way, or divide a screen up nicely.
Windows: Works exactly how it's supposed to most of the time, gives you a wide area to do what you want within but limited levers to affect the OS itself.
Linux: High barrier to entry, requires a high minimum level of technical knowledge to even start using, often shaky. Significantly nicer to use if you meet those requirements, significantly more can be done about problems you encounter.
a lot of people find web #accessibility a bit opaque and confusing, and as a result I've seen some well-meaning (but not always accurate) advice circulating. so to clear some things up (a thread)
I hereby declare that in Eventual Pong (https://fenreliania.itch.io/eventual-pong) the paddles are officially agender nonbinary.
wil, must read
you wonder what all that wil talk was about?
or you think you know what it was about?
read this, befor your opinion on that matter has settled:
Cute bi poly slime, 99% gender free.
You can boost my selfies!
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