Wow… GG just showed me a picture of how the Patterns page looks on her screen — it’s all squinched up at the right side. The page looks quite fine and normal on my screen, but apparently everybody’s browser handles formatting code differently, so I need to make some adjustments… line by line editing the code.
This is how it appeared on GG’s monitor:
(if you’ve seen my political posts on Facebook, you know I do NOT lean that far to the right!)
and here is how it looks on my monitor:
I am also going to play later on (NOT this week, I’m sure) with fonts and other cosmetic things, but first I have to just make sure everything lands in the right place.
OH!!!! but hey, look at the pictures again…. y’member a while back I got new glasses, and I got the progressive lenses, instead of the visible-line trifocals. Well, these two pictures (which I deliberately edited) are sort of the effect of progressive lenses: as you point your nose at something and adjust your head up or down, eventually your eyeballs view the intended object through the required “sweet spot” of the lens that brings it into sharp focus. My Rx is quite strong, so my blurry parts are greater than someone who only need mild correction (without lenses I would be legally blind, I am so very near-sighted). The effect is not quite as dramatic as in the images above, but similar. It is annoying as hell as you become accustomed to it, but after a while, it’s not so bad. It’s only a problem when I look over my shoulder to see traffic behind me; can’t do it… my head won’t turn that far, so I have to pull to the side, stop and actually look before making a left turn.
Okay, back to (more) work! And if you see other issues with the layouts, feel free to comment below or wherever. OH! and if you want to capture a picture of what is showing on YOUR screen so I can really understand your perspective, just hit ALT+PrintScreen and save it into an image file to send me. If you hit just PrtScrn it will capture the entire screen, but if you use ALT+PrtScrn it will capture just the active window and not your game of solitaire or your boss’s confidential financials in the background! :-)