Just updated! Everything is so so much more responsive now! It
responds to my typing faster than it used to in older versions
before the update to Python 3!
I've only noticed one thing so far, and it's not necessarily a
bad thing either, just something new to adjust to. The pauses
after periods are shorter. Sentences feel closer together than
they did before when reading. Again, this is something I could
become accustomed to with time, and isn't necessarily a problem.
I do like the snappy response time very much. :)
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