It’s a trend now. ‘Shit’ is old stuff.
OH MY GOD!!
THE GLIDE TEAM IS HILARIOUS!!
Let me read out what they said about the separator component:
If simplicity is the ultimate sophistication, then the
Separator component is sophistication’s ultimate expression. The
Separator has the power to turn this avalanche of complexity:
Into this perfectly balanced cairn of components:
Precisely one pixel thin, 15% opaque, and perfectly orthogonal to the vertical axis,
Separator is a modern marvel of software engineering. No expense was spared to ensure its pinpoint geometry and painstaking compliance to the highest aesthetic standards:
A naive observer could almost be forgiven for mistaking the
Separator for a vulgar line , but it’s infinitely more than that. By separating that which comes before from that which comes after, it has the audacity to interrupt the natural cascade of components and grant the beleaguered user a brief respite. Like Moses parting the Red Sea, it appears imbued with supernatural potency.
But like the Red Sea, the separator has hidden depths. Should the feng-shui (wtf is that?!) of a screen’s components still feel cluttered, cloistered, or cornered, one can discover the cure deep within the separator’s settings.
Here, one shall find, nay encounter – a configuration that can remedy all spacing ailments. The spacing option.
Finally, the separator displays its greatest triumph – the separator can be seen, or not seen. That is to say that, in a way, it can exist and not exist. Should one elect to toggle the final checkbox the separator shall pass from sight.
Another hilarious thing: I made a Glide Table and this was the name:
@Pablo_books, where did you find this text? Did Jack write this?! I say this has Jack written all over it.
Of course @JackVaughan wrote it
Along with ghost and Caroline
But this was definitely Jack’s idea. He’s a great writer!