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Kevin Pacey wrote on 2020-10-09 UTC

I started using the AI in the Classic version's article as of last night, when I had the experience I wrote of in my last post.

It's quite possible I did what H.G. supposed I might have.

A frustrating part of using my Windows 10 laptop is that mouse-slips seem to happen fairly often for me - particularly increasing or decreasing the font size without intending to, when on websites, happens a lot (I use [cntr]+ or - to get it back to 100% (normal) font size). I also accidently moved a piece I didn't intend to, one time, when moving too quickly.


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