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The reason being "normal" is hard is because it is socially acceptable to cowardly criticise, berate and abuse people who don't identify as a marginalised class, safe in the knowledge that if any criticism comes back they can hurl more abuse and slurs, claiming that person is a bigot, nazi etc.
Preemptive "imma get slurs just for beeing meeeeee"
Scarcely a day goes by that one does not hear of one or more fatal accidents in the USA involving Pappa Charlies. (Air traffic controller jargon: 'Pappa Charlie' = "P*ss Cat" = small privately owned aircraft.)
I am extremely loathe to get into any flying machine that is not a professionally flown craft under constant air traffic controller guidance. In other words: An aircraft operated on a scheduled basis by a recognized airline. Even then I am not totally at ease. Look at the Boeing MAX disasters.
Latest firefox has new Picture-In-Picture feature so you can watch videos while doing other things. You can click on the pip link that will appear when watching a video and the video will move to TopMost window in bottom-right while all your other windows work as normally.
It's especially nice if you're doing training videos and you want to use your code editor while watching a video.
Here's a snapshot of it: https://i.stack.imgur.com/vIiaA.png[^]
(That's the feature running on Ubuntu desktop, but it works on Win10 too.)
I switched away from Google Chrome to FireFox over a year ago and it has been nice.
Yeah...part of the features of most GUI-based operating systems is to manage windows independently...you'd have to think they would be best suited to allow the user to arrange different windows as he pleases. I can't imagine the people behind Firefox, as smart as they think they might be, could be doing a better job of it.
Oh, yes, for the _rich_ dev who has two monitors, that is all well and good.
But, for the rest of us...There is (Picture-in-Picture)PIP.
Seriously, at home I only have one monitor and this PIP really helps.
I'm not rich, and I have three now: I added one for email / DB monitoring when Herself stopped using her computer ...
I really miss 'em when - like now - I'm on the surface. Doing things so much slower with just one!
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