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what the fuck is that resolution oh my god
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5:4

Not that common, but a fairly standard aspect ratio nevertheless.



ohgodiricedmywindowsthisfeelshorrible
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I prefer 16:10 and 5:4 > 16:9 and 4:3.

Also
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I've never seen that resolution before help me IppE, I fail at being hipster ;__;
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Clearly you haven't seen many monitors, that's a fairly common resolution for CRTs and older LCD panels.

Chromebook Pixel also has a 5:4 screen.
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I've seen a lot of monitors, but they have been 16:9 and 4:3 ones. 5:4 is just bizarre looking and there's probably under 1000 of them on this planet.
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I ship Spamano and you cant do anything
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even it was boring, but i love it.
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Chromebook Pixel is 3x2.

5x4 is a really awkward and (imo) stupid aspect ratio. It has some really stupid reason for existing relating to limited VRAM in the 80s and traditionally had non-square pixels on CRTs. Seeing as its reason for existing was already obsolete before there was even such thing as a desktop LCD, why 1280x1024 desktop LCDs exist is beyond me.
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I remembered wrong then. Still, 3:2 is kind of an odd aspect ratio as well.
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^ this crashed Chrome twice

for the love of god, spoilerbox the fuck out of that ASAP
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Chrome must be a shitty browser if a gif crashes it.
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it would crash Firefox and Safari even harder, not to even mention IE

also Opera doesn't work
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Safari is basically the same as Chrome, and it sure didn't crash Firefox OR Opera for me :3c
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Kinda simple..
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Nice nickname, Phaeleh, if that's based on that producer's name.

IppE wrote:

Safari is basically the same as Chrome
If you mean the source code, then maybe. But no, they are still not the same at all.

IppE wrote:

and it sure didn't crash Firefox OR Opera for me :3c
Says the person with an expensive PC

regards,
shitty laptop user
:3c
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Static Noise Bird wrote:

Nice nickname, Phaeleh, if that's based on that producer's name.
Thanks, spot-on! Loving his music, especially when Soundmouse is also on the track : D
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Static Noise Bird wrote:

If you mean the source code, then maybe. But no, they are still not the same at all.
I was referring to the fact that they're both webkit based, but it seems you got the idea.

Static Noise Bird wrote:

Says the person with an expensive PC
600€ is hardly expensive.

and to stay on topic~
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