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Not far enough... make your background offwhite. Something to give a bit of weathered paper look to it. Then, normalize your find colors a bit... perhaps a nice sepia to replace the blue?
you should probably rewrite it to conform to this too: http://www.addedbytes.com/blog/if-php-were-british/
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Splanky222 wrote:I am incredibly confused as to how this relates to an English accent & not just hard-to-read code.
geez man. It was just a joke, I actually code in Times New Roman most of the time.
When your "joke" fails to make anyone laugh, or indeed make any sense whatsoever, you don't get to blame the audience for it.
What would Baron Harkonnen do?
dukederek wrote:you should probably rewrite it to conform to this too: http://www.addedbytes.com/blog/if-php-were-british/
I'm going to give this thread credit for introducing this post though.
The rules of typography indicate that this is not amusing, but instead vulgar. The style of a typeface should match its purpose; the monospaced typefaces have a functional quality that makes them far more suitable from every perspective than any other sort of typeface. You may accuse me of not getting the joke; I in turn reserve the right to dismiss you by indicating that you don't understand where you might derive humour from typography.
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