1) I would have to write a snow script from scratch to use canvas. I can't simply convert a script that uses moving divs.
2) I think that covering the entire page from left to right, top to bottom in a canvas would probably be slower and more resource intensive than the current method, and might cause weird bugs on some browsers.
3) The whole thing is a joke anyway, why bother?
Saya, Sei don't fight, we all know you're united by the power of <DIV> elements.
Give us snow or I'll bring Corey back
It feels like being back in 2012. The code freezing the browser. The snow that won't let you see what you're reading. Saya with her serif. Nothing beats this feeling.
I love you all, faggots.
Holy shit its not <div>SNOW</div> snow anymore.
A KURISMASU MIRAKURU
>actual snow instead of <div>SNOW</div>
Sei what the fuck.
Is the snow still causing legitimate problems in people's browsers at this point? (And especially mobile ones?)
Now that the joke snow is over there's still some tweaks I can do to reduce resource hogging.
Nah, it seems to work perfectly on both desktop and mobile.
As far I can tell on mobile it's working fine for me at least.
even my 2008 toaster laptop runs it fine
YOU DO KNOW if your computer is too slow to run <DIV> you can just block the .js script using adblock, right?
I know this because years ago I had a computer running windows XP…
my specs were like 80GB harddrive, 0.5GB RAM and 1GHz CPU when I was unable to have snow so I also recommend asking Santa for a new computer :^)
We need this back.
Ask and you shall receive.
WE'RE ALREADY HALFWAY INTO NOVEMBER WHEN IS THE SNOW GOING TO STOP
Somewhen next year, after 2 months of sei forgetting to stop the christmas snow.
Yeah, my screen keeps twitching too
This snow is weird. Why is it all spooky?
bc its halloween snow