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|05-09-2019 11:35 AM|
Great, now we can have unreadable code with cryptic emoji comments that mean different things in different countries.
Poop emoji would fill every line of the Creation Engine source code and even a dude from another galaxy would get exactly what is meant.
|05-09-2019 04:34 AM|
I'm ok with features, but emoji? Come on. And directx text render?
I don't think they went out of their way to support emoji. Emoji are just Unicode characters (or character sequences), and better out-of-the-box support for Unicode necessarily means better support for emoji. As for DirectX rendering: You get way better performance (the GDI renderer is horrendously slow) and vastly more flexibility with how and what you render. I imagine people will initially use that flexibility for gimmicks (see here and here and here), but I also think that it will be more accommodating to accessibility requirements as well.
|05-08-2019 03:30 AM|
|05-08-2019 01:08 AM|
|05-07-2019 03:39 PM|
A quick glance of the title led me to think for a moment that we were getting a standalone non-GUI version of Windows; now I am disappointed
We already have the powershell and cmd window... what do we need another one for? It looks interesting, but I would like to see something that runs on its own... perhaps free?
|05-07-2019 03:27 PM|
|JackCY||skupples yeah but they will complain about emojis = added unicode support still on page 10 anyway because they would rather keep using ASCII.|
|05-07-2019 03:07 PM|
|skupples||i mean, we couldn't even copy/paste properly into cmd until win10..|
|05-07-2019 01:42 PM|
|schmotty||Garbage in, poop emoji out.|
|05-07-2019 01:33 PM|
|ltpdttcdft||Great, now we can have unreadable code with cryptic emoji comments that mean different things in different countries.|
|05-07-2019 01:06 PM|
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