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Jake Archibald
Googler. Once swam to the end of an infinity pool.
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Jake Archibald 13h
Replying to @bpetrushev @yoavweiss
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Jake Archibald 14h
I leave multi user management to browser / operating system profiles
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Yoav Weiss 15h
Web developer folks that have a hard time setting HTTP headers, why? WHY?????
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Jake Archibald 21h
Replying to @jensimmons
Out of everything I've written, I probably refer back to the most.
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Jake Archibald 21h
You are correct 😃
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Jake Archibald 21h
Replying to @Tenorius_X
Haha glad it was useful. Also, cats4ever
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Jake Archibald Sep 18
Replying to @tabatkins @hober
Seconded. Also great for creating reduced demos of browser issues, since you control (most of) the server.
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Jake Archibald Sep 17
Replying to @aahfrena
vhl is interesting. You could propose it on one of the CSS GitHub repos
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Jake Archibald Sep 17
Replying to @aahfrena
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Jake Archibald Sep 17
Replying to @aahfrena
I've experienced the same problem but have no idea what a solution would look like
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Kitze Sep 17
this image hurts
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Jake Archibald Sep 17
Replying to @kosamari @sveltejs
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Jake Archibald Sep 17
Replying to @aahfrena
Chrome on Android I mean
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Jake Archibald Sep 17
Replying to @aahfrena
Is this in reference to the URL bar showing and hiding on Chrome and iOS?
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Jake Archibald Sep 17
Replying to @nickshanks
Huh, I haven't experienced any major issues in Chrome
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Jake Archibald Sep 17
Replying to @platinum_west
if it's Chrome specific
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Jake Archibald Sep 17
Replying to @sveltejs
this is an abomination
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Jake Archibald Sep 17
Replying to @jamiedixon
Looks good. There's an existing issue () so they'll probably roll it into that.
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Jake Archibald Sep 17
Replying to @jamiedixon
I think we're more likely to get background fetch than background sync. But give them your use cases!
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Jake Archibald Sep 17
If a feature you want is missing from Safari/WebKit, the best thing to do is find the issue on (or make one), and give a real world example of what you'd use the feature for.
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