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Peter StJ
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Peter StJ commented on a post on Blogger.
I am one of the developers behind the Fonty project. I really appreciate your interest in the tool and I am please to inform you that the issue you have uncovered with the Arabic language has been resolved. Thank you for you feedback on it - we are striving to be useful for the multitude of languages and writing systems. Feel free to report any issues you might encounter in the future via the 'report an issue' button at the top right corner of the app.
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Cuz I say so! And U not doin web right!
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Interestingly, people are raising concerns regarding classes in JavaScript, mainly about the private state (the lack of it actually) and create catastrophic pictures of how wrong things can go from there, concluding that we should avoid inheritance altogether. I remember glancing over a proposal about private state in classes for JS...

And then again I remembered that I use Closure Compiler (for JS) and Dart (for many other things) and I don't really need this...
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Almost laughed at this one... Chrome user will ditch it for Safari - LOL
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lol
HTTP 299 Disappointed: The server has accepted your request but thinks you can do better...
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And some people really need to learn English before broadcasting their misfortunes to the world....
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First hours of Monday and I am amused:

Here’s a way to amuse and delight your friends (courtesy of Leigh Klotz).
First, in great secret, do the following:
% mkdir foo
% touch foo/foo~
Then show your victim the results of these incantations:
% ls foo*
foo~
% rm foo~
rm: foo~ nonexistent
% rm foo*
rm: foo directory
% ls foo*
foo~
%
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A bit slow, but so good. Reminds me of the days when Contact was released.

Contact changed me in so many ways and shaped my future for the best. I hope Arrival will do so for the next generation, for those who are now young of mind.
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