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gitpush34909103dJust make it play this gif: https://28oa9i1t08037ue3m1l0i861-wpengine.netdna-ssl.com/...
devTea26481103dSounds like by my company
exceptionalGuy2263103dDo the stackoverflow unicorn thing too. Break the application. Break their backs. ^^
DubbaThony976103d@exceptionalGuy I would <3 to do it but Im backend guy, im clueless about more advanced css stuff... For quick prototyping i lt can maybe work, for such idepth stuff.. Meh.. But I can allways do <style> with their display:flex'es changed into !important display:block's... So many possibilities...
It will be glorious.
terraria99173687dSo any news?
I settled on gif shown in #1 and "warning, tactical nuke incoming <siren>" (extracted from some game) sound in background.
It was glorious. Especially that their boss hopped on the call. We also shown them all the bullshit like... if I add enough items to the cart it overflows integer that's price and I buy for negative ammount of cash which:
- grants my account items
- incerases my account balance
Best part was when we were talking to them during their demo
- "okay, can you try to buy 90000 of this product?"
- "yeah, sure... I dont know why, it's pointless but okay... wait.. whaaa.. <silence for good 2 minutes>"
- "okay, let's check out admin panel"
- "sure, so if you go to admin panel, as I will show you no.. what? WARNING TACTICAL NUKE INCOMING"
- "yeah, we are trying to tell you for few months that it's broken"
The effect was ohhh... beautyfull and extremly satisfying (maybe becouse their superior was on call for some reason)
They fixed around 60% of blockers now
They should make TV shows with this kinda stuff.
Will the superior yield to the threat of the nuke and clean the software his team pulled out from their collective asses? Find out on next week's episode.
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