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Kayce Basques
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Kayce Basques Jan 15
Replying to @fldrupalcamp
What I meant was that you said “look at all these last minute submissions” and I was able to see exactly who submitted last minute, which is not necessarily something I’d want to be exposed publicly if I was one of those submitters. No big deal, just something to consider.
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Kayce Basques Jan 14
Replying to @fldrupalcamp
You're leaking a little PII in that screenshot...
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Massimo Jan 14
Never underestimate the conservation of momentum [source of the gif: ]
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Kayce Basques Jan 11
Replying to @_developit
PaaS Potato as a Service
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Kayce Basques Jan 11
Replying to @jeffposnick @domenic
You can also run Snippets from the Command Menu. So although DevTools doesn't have "run on startup" functionality it's possible to execute a Snippet without leaving the Console.
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Kayce Basques Jan 11
Replying to @jeffposnick @domenic
I’m not suggesting Puppeteer for the usual headless automation. What I’m getting at is that you can use it to augment your DevTools debugging experience. The article provides an example of overlaying the FPS meter on your viewport without ever opening DevTools, for example.
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Kayce Basques Jan 11
Replying to @jeffposnick @domenic
Nope, don’t have that. I’ve lobbied for similar ideas. Might be possible to hack that workflow together with Puppeteer.
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Kayce Basques Jan 11
Replying to @jeffposnick @domenic
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Kayce Basques Jan 11
Replying to @css @ChromeDevTools
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Kayce Basques Jan 11
Replying to @css @ChromeDevTools
In general the Computed tab of is perhaps a more straightforward way for seeing which styles are actually applied.
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Pew Research Fact Tank Jan 11
A record 102 women are now serving in the House of Representatives, comprising 23.4% of the chamber’s voting members. More than a third of those women (35) won their seats for the first time in last month’s midterms. 25 women are serving in the new Senate.
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Kayce Basques Jan 10
Pretty sure it’s just a JS function call. Your call stack isn’t showing hence why it’s not helpful. Try reloading the page from the Performance panel and your stack should appear.
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Kayce Basques Jan 8
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Kayce Basques Jan 8
Replying to @joshunger
I’ll check with the team if they’d like that. I’ve suggested similar before and the teammates preferred not to be seen as feature owner. In the meantime the commit log or will tell you who worked on what feature.
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Kayce Basques Jan 6
I'm really excited about your eurodollar series, but I'm finding it hard to figure out where to start. Might be helpful to create a landing page that lists out suggested reading order. Or maybe I should just read chronologically?
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Kayce Basques Jan 6
Replying to @jsblokland
How do statements 1 to 4 not create inflationary pressures?
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Kayce Basques Jan 5
Replying to @zerohedge
How does one calculate a bank’s excess reserves?
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Kayce Basques Jan 5
A universe full of people in restaurants who constantly criticize every little thing that's wrong with their orders
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Kayce Basques Jan 5
Replying to @Rainmaker1973
A species with a deeply embedded bias towards dualism has found a dualistic explanation of the universe. How convenient! ;)
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THE LONG VIEW  ⚫️ Jan 3
Another yield curve inversion 5-1 is now inverted too, meaningfully
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