If you don't know (this could be because you are in the far future where I might've paid for my Weebly Site and had no control over something, or an error) my website "Peekofwar's Domain" runs off of Weebly.com, and easy-to-use drag-and-drop service. It's really easy to use.
* SMS Phone required to publish site for first time.
If I ever pay for a custom domain, I will still consider advertising Weebly.com on my website just because I think anyone who wants to make a free website quick and easily, they'll have another option.
Here I will rant about why, or why not a ChromeBook running ChromeOS is suitable for you.
If you are a gamer or need to run '*.exe' files, don't because ChromeOS cannot open executable (exe) files.
There are a lot of apps on the Chrome Web Store, but there is not a replacement app for every one, or one that guarantees the same features.
If you are just an internet user and don't need a PC to load any variety of files, then ChromeOS is fine.
Graphic designers, computer programmers, gamers, and 3D designers should probably stray away from ChromeOS for their work or gaming needs. The programmers may use a ChromeBook for testing the apps if that is the case.
ChromeOS is meant for the internet. There is little you can do offline with a ChromeBook (other than using apps on the Chrome Web Store).
I prefer Windows because I like playing games. What do you use your PC for?
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Due to a couple of idiots on the Google Product Forum, it was locked by an unknown entity. Basically, these two idiots think I'm advertising. Go look at the forum and tell me: Where the [REDACTED] is the advertisement?
I have reposted the topic... Why? So that I had use of the original URL of this topic. If you fallow the "view on my website" link, you will be redirected to a message stored on my site.
So it seems that a website I use to encode text into things like "Binary", "Hexidecimal", "Octal", "Base32", "Base64", "ASCII"/"ASCII85"... is offline.
It was a really good one too. You can get a catched version from Google, but it doesn't actually function... There is a semi-identical one that tries to ping off of this one causing that one to fail. I will dig around a little in a search to find a new one, and hopefully, they will get this site back online at some point soon....
I found one that is similar, but it's missing some of the features like ASCII, ANSI, BASE32, OCTAL, and probably another.
Well, even though I know how to fix the limitation issue with my Maze Game, it seems I have done a total of 000% (0 hrs) of work on it since then... I should really get around to working on it. I still have the file on my development (private page) page.
Changed the font, and added some more sounds. If you don't want to use the new font, just remame / delete the font/font folder. If it doesnt exist, the app will use the default font... might be your system font... I don't really know. By changing the font, some things needed to be shifted around slightly, so some items are placed slightly differently. Layout is the same.
Here are some before, and after screenshots.
Peekofwar, an anonymous user on the internet whom enjoys watching videos on YouTube and playing games. He prefers sandbox games, but sometimes a story driven game catches his attention.