“Zoom” version of image is:
A – smaller than the normal
B – doesn’t display at all
Device use is asymmetrical (classic example, a door that pushes/pulls from left/right) but appearance is symmetrical. It’s ok to compromise your (naive) design aesthetic by throwing us a fricking clue.
When typing a comment, switching tabs – say, to research what you’re about to type – erases what you’ve already typed.
I shop for something. I’ve either bought it or don’t. In any case, I don’t have interest in the item anymore, yet ads are now plastered all over for the exact thing. I only need the water filter for my fridge twice a year. This is as bad as the “results” that just substitute your search word.