Also, for anyone having trouble getting past the sound effects, I understand there were sites that abused these in the past, and I remember how annoying they were. But please try to ignore that and view them in their current context, highlighting the seamlessness/consistency of the development.
Yeah, I don't get that from the sound effects whatsoever. There really is a near zero need for sound effects to showcase your portfolio.
Yeah, theoretically, I redirect to the legacy version, but reddit is intercepting that to send you to the new profile view. If I get some time, I'm going to try and start pulling the karma breakdown via api if possible.
The problem is that some people have the old profiles and some people have the new ones, and one of the biggest things I've learned in UX development is the more instructions / complicated you make it for users, the more likely it is for them to be confused. If I can program it to be easier, it's making the end product better in the long run.