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Retna
Also unrelated, I want to bring back those 88x31..
Sat Sep 2, 2017 12:10am
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buttons that everyone used to use. I notice you have one, Nukem. Funny that they're all 88x31. I wonder where that sizing came from...

  • So I was looking at acidworks qbasic...Retna, Sat Sep 2 12:02am
    And Steve Nunnally owns the site as you guys already know. Out of curiosity I do a whois on the domain and Steve is short for Stephens. Well turns out Stephens Nunnally was on American Ninja Warrior! ... more
    • Awesome!Erik, Sat Sep 2 3:05am
      Age is about right as well. That's some detective work! That's awesome if that was in fact him. He did an awesome job kicking that course's ass.
    • Also unrelated, I want to bring back those 88x31.. ☻ Retna, Sat Sep 2 12:10am
      • =31? Oh wait, you found out already. Well I'll just post this and see if I'm right.
      • I always like those buttons.Erik, Sat Sep 2 3:08am
        I'm actually really surprised I have the right size of 88x31. I feel like when I made that button 10+ years ago, I would have went "close enough". :P Too bad I don't see them ever coming back at this ... more
      • RetnaRetna, Sat Sep 2 12:12am
        Found out why! https://www.quora.com/How-did-the-odd-size-of-88x31-become-a-standard-for-a-website-button
        • Hm... I was looking at a different how.Puckdropper, Sun Sep 3 5:15am
          Still interesting nonetheless.
        • ErikErik, Sat Sep 2 3:13am
          Huh. I never would have guessed GeoCities was the prime pusher of the button style. IIRC, IE and Netscape were the biggest ones I remember seeing back in the day. You know, the ones that said the... more
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