I agree with the comment about removing full justification.

Also, I think the Masonite docs' navigation is far superior to the Python docs.  I like the full contents on the left, along with the version button, and the local jump on the right.  The python docs require you to navigate somehwere else for the full contents.  And, I don't undrstand why anyone would want "previous topic/next topic"—it's not like you're curling up with the Python docs before bed :)

Finally, putting the docs in the center of the screen is better on today's giant monitors.

On Tuesday, May 4, 2021 at 11:21:48 PM UTC-4 Jonathan Goble wrote:
On Tue, May 4, 2021 at 11:05 PM Mike Miller <python...@mgmiller.net> wrote:
One  thing  that  drives me  nuts  about  the current  Python  docs  theme  is
the FULL  JUSTIFICATION that  adds random  spaces into  each  line to make the
edges                   line                                               up!

Whatever y'all do, please remove that. :D  I sometimes deactivate it in the
browser dev tools but there it is again next refresh.

Please. Full justification is nice with narrow columns like newspapers, but on the web with wider paragraphs, it's annoying. I'd love to see it yanked from the Python docs.