@exalm "Just, gotta double-check it's a file" 😂


What I meant is that somehow the dock animation is made for a 3D dock and not the flat ones, and nobody saw this blunder since 10.1.x, which lead me to believe that Leopard's one was how they tried to hide the bug.

@exalm It looks as if they didn't update the motion from the Leopard~Maverick days

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@mfro I think there's no harm in colorposting, just that your avatar must be B&W.

@0xxg4 combination of gradient and a bottom shadow :D

Just accepted my fate of commiting these to memory. :mac:

Me: I really should start studying for midterms...

Also me: Oh look let's get distracted by the Shavian alphabet and try to learn it! :cooldog:

@luxpris This reminds me of the Suprematism art movement

@neauoire fwiw this site helps know if a css adventure is possible for everyone to enjoy

@neauoire caniuse.com/#feat=css-backdrop says this feature works on everyone sans Firefox out of the box. Pretty sure once the feature lands in Firefox it should be universal.


TLS 1.3 support depends on the browser itself, I can't do anything.
As for this styling, it shouldn't even bother text browsers.

@neauoire I'm using Chromium, and it doesn't have this issue.

After looking online, it seems Firefox needs a flag in about:config called layout.css.backdrop-filter.enabled set to true to get the blur to load correctly and thus hopefully this error ends.

As for surf, it doesn't implement TLS 1.3 (which I use) and is by design insecure due to this.

@neauoire Firefox doesn't carry over the dark style between loads, and I'm not sure why.

Check this idea in live code in my site at lainsce.us .

Still minimalist and doesn't detract from pure css and html.

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