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… or rather - welcome in, pdf!
I just posted a link to a pdf and named it Title of important document here (pdf).
Is that really necessary anymore? As a Google Chrome user, I don’t really have to bother checking the target of a link anymore because of the built in PDF-reader. It deserves so much cred, it’s unbelievable.
PDF used to be unbearable in web context, now it’s like any other page. Huge thumbs up for making us leave out the “WATCH OUT, PDF INCOMING” warning at each link (ok, starting now..)
<a>-element while keeping the “save information”-button more button-like; different sizes and colours are alternatives as well
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I’ve fallen in love with Google Chrome in most ways. Not that Chrome’s anything extra, it’s rather that it’s not.
Everything is slimmed down, it’s super fast and it feels like it got less than half of both the competitors GUI (in a good sense) and their settings.
One of the best things about Chrome is the sense of versions. Background: I grew up with IE6, which still harasses my workplace’s usage statistics, the same app that MS doesn’t bother getting rid of (maybe they do, but as far as I know, they’ve yet to implement the subtle updating process of Chrome in IE 9).
Except being a wonder for us developers, the hidden update is good because:
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