My mouse driver use more than that.
Since I close tabs using the mouse I find it more convenient than reaching for the keyboard.
You can also close tabs with middle click, which is how I discovered the feature.
I sincerely hope English is a second language to you, because you really suck at it. I stay out of Spanish language forums because I'd look as stupid on one as you do here.
Why are grammar nazis always so rude?
The Neanderthals had bigger brains than us (and so does elephants), but our brains are larger compared to our bodies.
What would that take 1 hour? One hour to go from completely exploitable to relatively secure.
I can't believe you are not trolling. No one should be that lazy.
That's one hour less for porn
And no I'm not trolling, I really am that lazy.
but they were probably quite big on the "C" in the "CFF"
My impression is that the TrueType guys obsessed about file size. Every table has its own structure, which is more compact than CFF's "one size fits all" approach.
Type1 is the most complex container. I can easily make a T1 font that is valid but unparsable by common parsers. Not sure what Adobe was thinking there.
(and now you can even download them together with web pages)
The web fonts that are getting popular now are basically just TrueType with the tables ordered in a sensible sequence and some compression added (though you can embed a CFF font into a WOFF container, but I've yet to encounter such a font... I don't know how to handle subroutines when a CFF font is embedded in a TrueType container, so I'm a bit interested in getting my hand on such a font so that I can add support for it in my renderer.)
So no metacompiling, but a pleasant surprise after having struggled through the other two and done in a tenth of the time. The only stumbling block for parsing CFF is encryption (the charstrings are encrypted in a lame attempt to stop people from writing their own renderers), but the documentation now contains all the info you need to handle that.
TrueType/CFF are based on vectors, and saying that we don't need vector based fonts is a bit like saying that we don't need SVG since we got PNG.
However asian true type fonts often abuse the hinting engine. I.e if you render them unhinted they don't render fully (True type hints are Turing complete programs, with all the ills that bring).
So shouldn't all patents have run out by now?
True type files have small programs that you execute when rendering at small sizes that moves the points that makes up the glyph. CFF and Type1 has commands like "stemv" that describes a vertical stem, and then it's up to the renderer to best figure out what to do.
Type3 fonts have no hinting, and is often thought of as ugly for that reason, but with sufficient DPI they are just as good looking as any other type of font. They are a bit more annoying to render than Type 1 fonts, as they can contain color and even pattern fills, but AFAIK is not used much. My renderer can handle them too, except if they contain transparencies (AFAIK none do).