I read an article that used "thusly" and was wondering if there is any grammatical credence to it.
The issue started when Sokolowski quickly ran out of storage capacity in his 32GB Surface after adding media files. After poking around, he realized that while the device has a 32GB drive, only 16GB of that capacity is available for users’ data. Thusly Microsoft is being sued for false advertisement, with the suit seeking class action status.
Is thusly an outmoded form of thus, or does it have a different meaning altogether?