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Ingvar Stepanyan
Obsessed D2D programmer (parsers, compilers, tools & specs). 🥑 WebAssembly Advocadoer . ⛈ Previously broke the Internet more than once .
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Firefox DevTools 3h
🏗️ In Progress: CSS Overflow Debugging! When you see an unwanted scrollbar, you'll be able to click the scroll badge to highlight the element(s) causing the overflow. Feedback welcome! —
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Ingvar Stepanyan 6m
Replying to @RReverser
What are you saying? You haven't seen those? Well, here you go.
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Ingvar Stepanyan 7m
Did you know that when you write a great code, the linter shows compliments instead of warnings?
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Ingvar Stepanyan 3h
Replying to @DasSurma
Makes sense. Is this the time where I should remind you you're on vacation?
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Ingvar Stepanyan 3h
Replying to @DasSurma
And then you modify those "native" dimensions via ResizeObserver to react to both resizing and DPI changes?
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Ingvar Stepanyan 3h
Replying to @DasSurma
Ok I've read the article now, makes more sense. So the idea is that canvas.width and canvas.height are for actual "native" pixels, but for visual size you need to use CSS?
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Ingvar Stepanyan 3h
Replying to @DasSurma
ImageBitmap, on the other hand, has options to be constructed from raw data without alpha premultiplication (), but no way to read those pixels back.
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Ingvar Stepanyan 3h
Replying to @DasSurma
The problem is, 2d still returns alpha-premultiplied values, not the "raw" data from a decoded image.
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Ingvar Stepanyan 4h
Replying to @DasSurma
Speaking of, do you know if any of new APIs have a way to get raw decoded pixel data? Like this: but maybe there's an existing / better way?
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Ingvar Stepanyan 4h
Replying to @DasSurma
I've just looked at pictures and code samples, I can't read :D
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Ingvar Stepanyan 4h
Replying to @DasSurma
I don't understand what's going on, but sounds cool.
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Ingvar Stepanyan 4h
Replying to @YorickPeterse
Will try again with longer exposures and from a darker area when weather permits again.
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Ingvar Stepanyan 4h
Replying to @YorickPeterse
Ah. I've used a budget Hoya's Red Intensifier here which helps with the light pollution quite a bit for its price, but, like with any filters, dims the overall picture and requires longer exposure. Might have been a factor here as well then.
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Ingvar Stepanyan 4h
Replying to @YorickPeterse
Ah, nice. Thanks for the answers!
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Ingvar Stepanyan 4h
Replying to @Paul_Kinlan
try 2020
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Ingvar Stepanyan 4h
Replying to @rowan_m @Paul_Kinlan
Same-side cookies.
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Ingvar Stepanyan 4h
Replying to @Paul_Kinlan
Please ask them to install a blue tooth.
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Ingvar Stepanyan 5h
There is *something* about occasionally working over a remote connection to GCP instead of a home internet. The ping could've been better, but probably depends on the testing server.
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Ingvar Stepanyan 5h
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Ingvar Stepanyan 5h
Replying to @pati_gallardo
Heh, maybe. I'm just trying to guess reasons and suggest workarounds.
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