Does anyone here make their great solutions on phone, Mac, or Windows? Please reply if you care that we should know. Plus, if you could, tell us how do you work on those platforms. Thanks in advance.

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TopNewestI use Mac

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Reply what you want to know more, specifically

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Windows $10$ - used to have Windows $7$ before my birthday - on my birthday, I got a new laptop.

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Wow, you know a lot of people.

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I use Windows 10, Dell PC

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Whatever's nearest. Usually Mac or iPad.

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To everyone's surprise, I use an Android tablet to make all my solutions, including the animations. It is very hard work, but it is honest work...

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