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This morning I have seen a clock for time travel in the toolbar at the top right

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and many colored stars with the font Comics Sans (under construction Big changes for Y2K). What do you mean?

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Someone knows if they've finally put on a watch that marks the time of access. See one of my old questions A clock into StackExchange to access time counting

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    I think everybody is wondering the same thing :) – CarLaTeX Mar 31 at 11:33
  • @CarLaTeX Everything moves here, LOL :-) I hope they don't change everything again. I don't like those blue colors when we enter the code. – Sebastiano Mar 31 at 11:35
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    Everybody don't like them :) – CarLaTeX Mar 31 at 11:36
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    I don't see ComicSans, maybe my system tries to keep me safe! – Skillmon Apr 1 at 14:44
  • @Skillmon Look the title of my 1st image and of this link fonts.com/content/learning/fyti/typefaces/story-of-comic-sans – Sebastiano Apr 1 at 16:13
  • @Sebastiano don't worry, I know what ComicSans is, but there is none on my PC, so Firefox selects another hand-writing font as substitution, but that one does look decent :) – Skillmon Apr 1 at 17:34
  • @Sebastiano and I can only see that other font on other sites of the network, on TeX.SX I fixed my fonts using userCSS because I didn't like the one they used after they changed the page's layout. – Skillmon Apr 1 at 17:40
  • @Skillmon Don't worry. You and many users are welcome for any comment and question. My best regards. – Sebastiano Apr 1 at 19:04
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They're celebrating April 1: it's already new day in the Pacific.

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    Good guess. I hope it goes away soon. I have problems reading the text when brightly colored moving spots keep obscuring it. – barbara beeton Mar 31 at 13:29
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    @barbarabeeton: You can click on the clock icon in the top-right corner of this page to disable the joke! – gmarmstrong Mar 31 at 14:22
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    Hence it is the 20th anniversary of the start of StackExchange. – Sebastiano Mar 31 at 19:01
  • @user49915 Absolutely no :-) It is right. Thank you very much. – Sebastiano Apr 1 at 16:09
  • It's actually the 10th anniversary, see meta.stackexchange.com/questions/326036/…. Of course it was on purpose to do this kind of anniversary celebration on April 1st. – Marijn Apr 3 at 14:33
  • @user49915 yes, so the way I understand it is that the April Fools joke this year has a retro theme because of the 10th anniversary. So it is part of the anniversary celebrations, or a combination of the anniversary and April Fools - in any case the anniversary has something to do with it :) – Marijn Apr 3 at 15:10

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