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Brian Lovin 20h
Replying to @superbryntendo
Hm I’d have to look deeper - I didn’t want to rewrite any of our templates, only push a directory of html files through the function. Guess I could have used the last piece on your repo? Too late though, onwards!
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Brian Lovin 23h
Replying to @brian_lovin
We have lots of similarly-styled email templates, so scanning the preview in the right pane isn't always useful + we use test templates for making template changes locally. Being able to see the template + variation name would bring a lot of peace-of-mind :)
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Brian Lovin 23h
hey Travis, I have no clue who to tweet at, but would it be possible to put the template and variation names somewhere in the editor? It's nearly impossible to quickly identify what I'm editing without opening the 'settings' slider on the left side of the page each time.
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Brian Lovin 23h
Wrote my first python script ever today to iterate through a directory of email templates, inline the css of each file, and write to an output directory (using , of course). Small stuff, but feels good.
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Brian Lovin Dec 8
It should be a crime for email delivery services to *not* automatically inline a <style> tag into the html body. So much extra work and process pushed onto customers.
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Brian Lovin Dec 7
Not yet, sorry. Continuing to work on this around the clock (yay remote teams!)
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Brian Lovin Dec 7
Sorry about this, we're continuing to work through uptime issues!
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Brian Lovin Dec 7
Replying to @laco2net @withspectrum
Working through it as we speak - sorry for the continued troubles here :)
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Brian Lovin Dec 7
We're continuing to work through some connection problems, thanks for hanging in there!
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Brian Lovin Dec 7
We're continuing to work through this and investigate problems - thanks for the heads up!
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Brian Lovin Dec 6
Another fun one! If you've ever been curious about IoT or smart-home-stuffs, this one is for you:
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Brian Lovin Dec 6
Actually, your DMs are closed. Do you have a good email I could get in touch?
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Nik Graf Dec 5
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Brian Lovin Dec 3
Replying to @iamclaytonray
We're currently working through some slow API responses, sorry for the trouble here!
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Brian Lovin Dec 3
Replying to @morganknutson
Happy birthday Morgan!
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Brian Lovin Dec 3
Replying to @charlespeters @_dte
I've just been keeping an eye on collections like in case you haven't poked around here yet
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Brian Lovin Dec 3
Replying to @charlespeters @_dte
Should still be possible with an async hook! + when suspense fully ships next year it's gonna be 🤯
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Brian Lovin Dec 3
Replying to @charlespeters @_dte
You can still use hooks for this right? useEffect with a return function to unsub?
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Brian Lovin Dec 3
Replying to @j_greig @withspectrum
Sorry about this James- you can unsubscribe from everything with the links at the bottom of the email, or go to to adjust individual preferences :)
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Brian Lovin Dec 3
We're working on it right now!
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