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frickin love my timeline right now luna is tootin at the kinda rates that lynne boosts things

@Gargron Please consider implementing a weekly 'Top 10 custom emoji' rundown called 'WatchEmojo'

I'm seeing a lot of discussion over Google's use of an outdated Polymer.js version for YouTube, and its performance under Firefox.

I have some pieces of context:

1. This version of Polymer used the Shadow DOM v0 API.
2. Firefox did not implement the Shadow DOM v0 API, but Chrome did.
3. Firefox and Chrome (and Safari) now both support Shadow DOM v1.
4. This version of Polymer didn't use Shadow DOM v1, as it was developed when the Shadow DOM proposal was still a work-in-progress.

me: ah yes I have finally rewritten my remapper and everything should be sound with zero conflicts

Exception in thread "main" java.lang.ClassFormatError: Duplicate method name "A" with signature "()V" in class file DP

After having experimented with some Android ROMs that take a bit more creative liberty, I'm firmly switching back to LineageOS.

I'll sure miss my immersive cutout settings though :<


한국인 - 무슨 한국 음악 들어요? 권고 찿고 있어요.

Thank god the entire industry hasn't decided to revolve around Blink/Chromium for 95% of the web's browser traffic, or else Google would have an unlimited ability to push forward whatever bullshit standard they wanted.

Wait hold on, my producer is telling me something [places finger on my ear piece]

Oh no.

cognitohazard - catchy music 

Quality of life: In Firefox, head on down to about:preferences#privacy, then hit 'Settings' for notifications.

Here, you can "Block new requests asking to allow notifications". It's perfect for annoying landing pages that ask for notifications *immediately*.

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