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Rasmus Andersson
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Rasmus Andersson 50m
Replying to @diklein
I bet TSA liked that on the scanner...
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Rasmus Andersson 51m
Have you met ? I think your brains would like oneanother.
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Rasmus Andersson 54m
Replying to @NotionHQ
We do this, but a few days later someone has added emoji again (everyone are editors; we trust each other.) Each page has a big piece of UI that basically screams “Add me an emoji here!!”. Simply hiding emoji as a viewer option would suffice.
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Rasmus Andersson 56m
Installed a new hard-drive in (on?) my MacBook. Am I doing it right? (Note to self: I should probably not attempt to go through airport security with this thing)
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Figma 6h
Tired of seeing blank spaces instead of 日本語 or русский? Figma now knows how to deal with international characters!
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Rasmus Andersson 5h
Replying to @skuwamoto @dustanner
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Rasmus Andersson 5h
Replying to @skuwamoto @dustanner
What often happens for me is that I just need to look at my lock screen (there are always notifications there) to either read a notification or see the day's date, and the phone decides to unlock itself and I lose _all the context_. Sometimes it even activates a specific notif.
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Rasmus Andersson 5h
Replying to @rsms
Another deal-breaker is that you override ⌘E which is "search" — a very important and fundamental feature of text editing (it's a macOS standard.)
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Rasmus Andersson 5h
How can I disable Emoji in Notion? We've started trying notion out at Figma, but as the product heavily promotes adding emoji to things, some people add emoji to everything and it gets incredibly noisy to look at, read and use.
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Rasmus Andersson 7h
Replying to @justinpervorse
“Fun” is vastly overrated in relation to building a business in the tech industry. Just look at how many companies and products that are providing a utility tries to squeeze in emoji and stickers. Entertainment != Utility. However, charming & playful can work well for a business.
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Rasmus Andersson 7h
Perhaps my face is just too weird 🤷‍♂️
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Rasmus Andersson 7h
Really? For me it basically _never_ works if I wear different glasses, a hat or lie down on the side in couch or bed. It usually works when I look straight at my phone with my day-to-day glasses standing straight in clear weather without a scarf not wearing a hat looking neutral.
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Rasmus Andersson 7h
Replying to @agaton @bjornjeffery
I did for many years before the iPhone X. Worked way better with a much lower error rate. Also, I could unlock my phone during the motion from grabbing it in my pocket. With FaceID I have to wait for my arm to complete its motion before FaceID even begins. So slow.
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Rasmus Andersson 7h
Replying to @brian_lovin
Still an eye sore on my home screen that I think about/notice often. However; I’m not really the audience for Instagram these days, so I’d say that redesign was a success. They grabbed a bunch of kids from Snapchat and all those young-people platforms.
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Rasmus Andersson 7h
Replying to @justinpervorse
It’s almost like ppl think there’s something wrong with broadening your market, making a business work better, etc. I do agree with you that big talk around your own rebrand rarely has a significant upside.
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Rasmus Andersson 7h
Replying to @bjornjeffery
Totally agree. I’ve had an iPhone X now for a long time and FaceID success rate is probably around 70% at best. Even when it works it’s incredibly slow. Apple clearly launched this tech too early.
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Rasmus Andersson Jan 16
Replying to @ssbittle
Just mute or block negative ppl. That’s what I’ve been doing the last year or so and Twitter is better for me now than it has ever been! Life is short—why waste time on getting sad?! :–)
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Rasmus Andersson Jan 16
Replying to @vickiheart
🤦‍♂️
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Rasmus Andersson Jan 16
Replying to @benadam11
CIELUV is nice, generally speaking. So is CIELab IMHO. I'm curious: What would you use HSLUV or CIELUV for in Figma? What compromises yould you expect when implicitly converting to the underlying 8-bit RGB color space?
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Rasmus Andersson Jan 16
Figma now supports HSL in addition to HSB for alternate RGB color representation: See for details on what is different between the HSB (aka HSV) and HSL.
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