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Re: disable "Reading" (full)screen
- From: Kevin Ryde <user42_kevin@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Fri, 05 Feb 2016 19:31:41 +1100
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Emanuel Berg <embe8573@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> writes:
> so it doesn't exactly carry any information, does it?
It can keep you from trying to interact on the old page while the new is
> Second, navigating the Internet these days are usually
> pretty fast.
Be glad the lag monster has spared you :-).
> As always, you do what you want. Perhaps there is
> a good reason to have it. It would be interesting to
> hear, if so. But I'm happy if I can just disable it,
I find it ok. To be fair it's the sort of change I would normally find
irritating, but being lagged a little or a lot it's quite reasonable.
Sometimes on a big document fontification can be a bit slow, so you get
something to say it's working. I struck that on html of the Xt
intrinsics manual recently. Only about 1.3mb local file, but presumably
lots of who knows what.
Physicists at the Large Hadron Collider announced that improved accuracy
in their measurements will allow the next experimental run to small
hadrons too. "Tiny hadrons are beyond the capabilities of our design
but we hope to see interesting new physics in small hadrons."