Here's what I was making the font for. Presenting yum.im: the best, simplest, easiest, adjectivest snippet sharing app out there. It's like Pastebin, but it doesn't suck.
Go check it out: http://yum.im
11 months ago
Well, this is kinda totally and completely awesome. You've done it again, you idiot.
It's cool, but the way it works is a little bit confusing because at first I didn't know what will happen after I've written my snippet.
I agree with @Cosmin Negoita, very minimalistic but maybe there should be a little tooltip when you first get there explaining the features:
eg. Autosaves your textibles and has a conveniently short URL to share!
I'm so gunnah make use of this, looks awesome! :D
I understood it immediately, because I read the big block of text in the middle of the screen that told me exactly what it does.
Might wanna let me bring that back up though in case I just started typing instead of reading the big block of text smack dab in the middle of the screen that's impossible to miss.
It's just like http://codr.cc, but it actually works. Well done dude.
You should make it handle code better (highlighting / tab indentation).
NICE! Fast and functional!
I came here to say somethings, but @Daryl Ginn already did! :)
This is cool! 11/10. ;)
This is a great tool!
So, when can I have that font? ;)
I really love when gays edit snippets. They're so funny!
Quick suggestion though, -webkit-font-smoothing:antialiased on the body, and possibly chuck a border-radius on the textarea.
No html tags?
I think you just saved my life. Thanks dude.
I think it should involve a bit more, for coders!
10 months ago
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