when I tried it there were only two settings, one for how yellow the screen gets (but it's always somewhat yellow and looks like shit when playing a game) and one for whether it abruptly or gradually turns yellow
It's very easy to have shitty color with it, but if you mess with it you can get something that seems fine. And after 10 minutes your brain adjusts its own internal white balance and everything is fine again. Going back to normal, everything is blindingly blue
what you saw was 45 minutes of writing for me if we had a draft mode i would gladly use it but we do not. I agree it is important, next time ill try and write my answer elsewhere first and post once completed
I always correct a couple spelling/grammar mistakes after posting, but it's usually pretty good when I hit submit
it shows a preview of your post as you type, so you can know what it looks like. and about the draft mode, if it takes too long to type then just copy the text into notepad, save it, and go back later.
but I don't think it's a big issue
I'm not gonna yell at anyone if they post a shit answer and then edit it into a good answer over the next half hour
@MLM I guess my opinion on the matter is that an answer with good information is the main priority of the answerer. Perfecting the answer in the area of grammar is not just on the individual but of the whole community