Re: Typographical treatment of GUI components
Maybe I'd get used to it if I spent enough time
in it -- but I really shouldn't have to, should I?
Well, it's radical, I'll admit. But I'm basing it on Tufte's notion of least perceptible difference, the minimalism of which appeals to me.
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