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Greg Whitworth
I love web development and its passionate community. I work on Microsoft Edge and am a member of the CSSWG. All opinions and views are my own.
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Greg Whitworth 3h
1 dollar per mile
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Greg Whitworth 7h
Truly heartbreaking regarding the Sri Lanka blasts. Disgusting and evil individuals that carried out this massacre. Here are ways in which you can help the Sri Lanka people effected by this:
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Greg Whitworth Apr 19
No problem, thanks for accepting the PR. Also, I now have so many opinions about extension development now that I've built a few of 'em.
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Greg Whitworth Apr 19
Replying to @JiminyPan
I know it's been tried not having any UA at all and you end up with a terrible experience. Unfortunately to be web compatible you need a UA with certain tokens as sites still UA sniff.
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Microsoft Edge Dev Apr 18
Dev and Canary builds now have preview support for Windows Mixed Reality headsets when viewing WebVR/WebXR content. Make sure either the WebVR or WebXR flag in edge://flags is enabled, and try it out on your WMR device! 😎 Requires build 75.0.131.0 or later.
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Greg Whitworth Apr 18
My daughter had a big presentation today about her cancer journey: Teacher: "You have 5 minutes..." Rachel: "I prepared 10" *promptly begins presentation* I'm so proud and hope she never loses that assertiveness & confidence. The presentation went wonderfully btw.
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Microsoft Edge Dev Apr 18
Beginning with today's Canary release (75.0.133.0), you can now install Microsoft Edge preview builds on 32-bit devices. Try it out and let us know what you think! .
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Greg Whitworth Apr 18
Replying to @Una
Sounds like a perfect fit. Congrats :) Also, I hope the Google dev videos start having some of your ukele in them :)
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Greg Whitworth Apr 18
Replying to @Una
Awesome! What will you be doing for them?
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Greg Whitworth Apr 17
That said I do desire solving these issues in a manner that will align with Alex's goals as well
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Greg Whitworth Apr 17
Same
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Nadieh Bremer Apr 12
Making a for both desktop and mobile doesn't mean that the only two options you have are "scaling down" and "stacking vertically" → You can also change layout by positioning the data differently. There's more overlap in code between these two than you might expect.
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Greg Whitworth Apr 15
An awesome and important slide from 's BlinkOn keynote on our goals & intentions in the Chromium project & the web platform as a whole.
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Greg Whitworth Apr 15
Put a ring on it! He's already given you 1 ;)
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Greg Whitworth Apr 15
So true - the passion from the web community has always been one of my favorite things about working in the field and on this team. Rarely though has it been so positive and for that we're all really thankful. Now let's, together, build something awesome!
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Greg Whitworth Apr 15
appease everyone involved, web devs, UAs, and most importantly users.
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Greg Whitworth Apr 15
From who specifically? I know some folks that will push back on some of this but personally, HTML modules, ES6 modules, and other items actually lead to a solid story in this space. There is a higher level discussion that needs to happen but I think there is a way to do this to..
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Greg Whitworth Apr 15
agreed - I have a high level doc that goes over this. We're assessing the overall impact and team priorities at the moment, but if we do decide to tackle this I'd value your input. And yes, the story on the web for controls currently sucks, but it doesn't have to :)
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Greg Whitworth Apr 15
Replying to @_zouhir @domenic and 2 others
I look froward to your three page mail. and maybe and us should jump on a call some time. I'll be in town for Google I/O if you all want to chat as we're actively looking at this story.
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Greg Whitworth Apr 12
Replying to @gregwhitworth
got it working, thanks
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