This morning, Heydon Pickering posted a link to an article detailing how special typefaces for dyslexics basically don’t work as expected.
A customer project I was working on had the need for animated bubbles with text in them. They were used as information overlays and needed to move around smoothly. To accomplish this, all you need to do is apply
transform: translate3d(0,0,0); to the element in question to enable hardware acceleration in most modern browsers. This, however, caused another issue; blurry text.
Well, now. This is embarrassing. It seems that one of my work-in-progress articles was accidentally posted yesterday. Realising my mistake pretty late the next morning, the article was out for almost an entire day. Oh well, it just goes to show that my workflow need more work and maybe less flow.
As of OS X Yosemite, the built-in version of ZSH is 5.0.5. If you’re, like me, a fan of the latest and greatest, you might be tempted to use the Homebrew version of ZSH instead of the default system one. As of the writing of this post, the latest version of ZSH is 5.1. Here’s how you install and set it as the default shell.