In a previous post, I’ve had (legitimate) complaints about someone not being able to see images clearly.
It’s easy enough when I’m typing in the comfort of my own home, with my own PC that is yay wide and yay high (insert corresponding hand motions here). But my readers could be reading on mobile phone. The other issue is suits of the same colour can be hard to distinguish.
I’ve seen poker cards with four different colours, so Clubs become green instead of black and Diamonds are blue instead of red. I am not aware of something similar in Spider Solitaire programs (online or otherwise). Perhaps this is a chance for one of my readers to teach me something instead of the other way round!
Absent the possibility of four-colour suits, the next-best option is for me to transcribe a text version of the current game state – which you no doubt will have noticed in my previous post. Transcribing images seems to be the Done Thing in Puzzling Stack Exchange, which I have also contributed to.
Another problem I noticed over the years is if I type a string of numbers separated by hyphens then some devices may treat it as a phone number. This was back in the day when I was liberally using ASCII to encode rude words. But if I use commas instead of hyphens then things are OK. Similar considerations may apply to move sequences such as <ab,bd,gb> where each letter corresponds to one of the ten columns in Spider Solitaire.
TLDR version: the noble Spider GM is aware that he has goofed and is trying to make every effort to un-goof in future posts. Let me know if you have any other thoughts.