(oh look, blogger still has a leading whitespace character every time i start a new post, even after all these years, how... impressive.)
(oh weird it also seems to do it when i have a couple blank lines and hit the backspace key, i end up on the previous blank line but with a whitespace there out of nowhere. utter insanity. how would you even be able to do this on purpose if you tried?)
(also, i love how the i guess css based formatting that blogger does somehow makes there be more vertical whitespace between paragraphs, yet there are no actual editable lines there. it makes moving the text caret around with cursor keys really really really confusing. again, what a living ux hell.)
all of which, unfortunately of course, segues perfectly into the complaint i am here to write about in the first place: the bug you just marked as low priority? that bug is part of all the techno-micro-aggressions that happen to users once every 30-60 seconds if they are "knowledge workers" using computers for their work on a daily basis. or even if they are just regular smart phone users, probably.
it is all kind of a living hell of nicks and scrapes, slings and arrows, that quickly go well past the jumping a shark breaking a camel's back level of frustration with everything remotely technological in life.
and there's lots of bad painful irony in the fact that anybody who claims to care about users or UI or UX should already know that stuff like, say, "accessibility" isn't just some esoteric thing to address 0.01% of the population.
(the kicker, of course, is when you then have bureaucracies of any ilk using technology.)
BUT, after all, WHADDAYA WANT FOR "FREE"? DAMNED MUMBLERS!