Who are the "spacists"?
rosuav at gmail.com
Tue Mar 21 17:40:27 EDT 2017
On Wed, Mar 22, 2017 at 8:27 AM, Mikhail V <mikhailwas at gmail.com> wrote:
> I'd just tell one thing since I am a bit tired: if you wish,
> take an advice: avoid *any* monospaced fonts as plague if you are
> reading a lot of information, this includes coding.
> Avoid *any* sepia color schemes as plague.
> Avoid *any* sans-serif font. Get the most close
> to Garamond or Perpetua font.
> For cases, where you *absolutely must* use monospaced
> font, stick to Courier font (it is called "Courier 10 pitch" on Linux, if
> you don't have it in the system, try to find it, it must be
> in some true type font package).
> As for editing executables I don't know what *exactly*
> are you trying to do, what processes are involved,
> so I can't advice much.
> And don't worry if a zero does not look like a pusy,
> but looks like a big O, this is irrelevant in most cases.
> Now if you follow this, then probably in some time you
> will say: thanks, good man Mikhail.
Thanks, good troll Mikhail. You started a nice thread, but your advice
is now crystal clear for what it is: duff.
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