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If editors would support elastic tabstops, then we would not be limited to fixed width fonts for code.
Basically, the best way is to upgrade and then rollback. That secures your "free" upgrade and you can continue to use whatever you like.
You expect every button in an application to have text on the button itself fully describing what it does?
Yes. Most people only read what is on the button itself, if even that. Expecting them to have read the entire page to know what it is that they will be doing (it's not even mentioned in the page title) is too much.
No, I think it's just you... you must have a huge problem when using any GUI interface these days--"OK or Cancel? OK to what?? Cancel what??? I have no idea what it's talking about!"
> Base 12 is arbitrary
It is chosen because it is divisible by 1,2,3 and 4.
You want also divisible by 5. 60. There are reasons why 12 and 60 have been common for time and measurements. So you can describe fractions of something without fractions (or decimal).
10, on the other hand, is less interesting, except that you can count to ten easily on your fingers. (The reason why it was chosen).
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What are you, some kind of fucking moron?
Not why this was downvoted, it was relevant and clever. Fight the good fight, biatch.
I don't think you have a big cock, but I do think you are one.
You might have mail.