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Le 19-10-29 à 05 h 58, Mike Saunders a écrit :
On 29/10/2019 10:54, Marc Paré wrote:
Ah ... yes, a burned out pixel exactly at that point. What are the odds
of that happening ... Sheesh.

The Chrome window rendered the word "built" at a different spot, which
is why it rendered correctly.

Good catch! Issue solved.

Thanks for the help.
Haha, no worries! It reminds me of a similar situation years ago: I was
working in an office, and a colleague was busy at her computer. Suddenly
a spider appeared and started walking over her screen -- and she wanted
to capture this moment, and took... a screenshot. She couldn't
understand why the spider wasn't in the screenshot :-)


Now that is funny!

Some time ago, my mother called me to say that each time she used her
computer, that some woman was watching her at her keyboard and she came
back each time she rebooted the computer. She was so freaked out that
she refused to use her computer.  I was so worried about this that I
drove up to her place, a 6 hour drive, to see what was happening. When I
checked her computer, she had the Linux software "Cheese" open and set
to video. So she was actually watching herself on her computer. She
thought it was hilarious!

She turns 87 years of age in November and has been using Linux for about
15 years.


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