Well said, tye
My browser is rarely set to 1000px wide, personally. 800 is common, but I'll shrink it to 500 or so when I'm coding on the side and want to see perldoc at the same time (the code editor gets priority for screen space). Wider when I'm reading stories or other big blocks of text. I have lots of stuff open, and they all have to play nice and share the desktop space.
On the other hand, I find that a lot of the older generation people I know always fullscreen everything. 1280px to 1600px for them no matter what.
Dynamic layout is a great feature.
Having a cookie disable the warning would not be effective in those situations.
Sometimes you just have to do it yourself:
How to make perldoc.perl.org resizable too!
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