rejectomorph (flying_blind) wrote,

Faulty Improvement

OK, I just wrote an entry using the new rich text mode, and the buggery program seems to have eaten it. That's what happens when they add code without properly testing it first.

I'm unimpressed by the feature anyway. I've gotten used to putting in the HTML tags, and find the constant clicking on buttons to do the same thing tedious. (Good heavens! Could it be that I'm turning into a geek?) The kiddies are going to love that instant color feature, though. They will be able to use it to make their journals even more visually chaotic and unreadable.

The only feature I would like to see added is something that would allow me to make indentations, so that I could properly format poetry. Anything else is probably going to be more trouble than it's worth.

Bits of mushy snow have been mixed into the rain tonight, though it has stuck only in a thin layer on the rooftops and plants. It melts quickly from the pavement. There is probably black ice on the roads, though. It might snow more, since the coldest hours here usually come around dawn. For a little while the moon was unveiled by a thin spot in the clouds, but it has gone again. I don't know if I'll wake to a white world, or merely a wet one. I'm not expecting sunshine, in any case. And I'll definitely be using all my blankets. Brrrr!

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