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Lara Schenck
Design Engineering / speaking about CSS algorithms / writing blog posts / making monsters / not on Twitter that much / she/her
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Lara Schenck 52m
I like reading this thread! I feel like it’s a little inventory of current browser bugs that might come up -
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Lara Schenck 54m
I also wish chrome would full implement gap for flexbox. and add a star on the bug here:
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Lara Schenck Nov 13
Thanks Patrick! I'll take a look :)
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Aaron Jorbin Nov 12
WordPress 5.3 has 660 total contributors and 279 first time contributors. Awesome to see so many people coming together to work towards a better internet.
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Lara Schenck Nov 12
OMG Tilt!!! I loved that thing!!
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Lara Schenck Nov 12
Here is my go-to reference for when I need a stacking contexts refresher (basically every time I need to explicitly debug one) – really nice explanation from !
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Lara Schenck Nov 12
Request for and CSS panel: visualization of stacking contexts! I found this extension for Chrome – lots of potential for dev tools to help demystify the concept!
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Lara Schenck Nov 12
Replying to @AdobeFonts @zachleat
Thank you!!!
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Lara Schenck Nov 12
Replying to @zachleat @Typekit and 3 others
Oh wow, I feel old
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Lara Schenck Nov 12
Just FYI: what we are doing is literally copy/pasting the CSS served from (could get it with a script, later) and updating the value ourselves. I'm disappointed, and not feeling very much at the moment.
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Lara Schenck Nov 12
A nice FAQ about of Design Ops by ! But I wonder: why is there no mention of engineering? Too often, engineering is missing from design conversations and design is missing from engineering conversations. I see Design Ops as a way to change that.
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Lara Schenck Nov 11
Replying to @snookca @ScottKellum
Media queries with plans to swap out for CSS locks (I did not know was the specific name for that!) Agree with 's long answer, too - we try to slide by with the same size & come up with "close enough" compromises where possible.
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Lara Schenck Nov 11
Hey Pittsburgh! Come hang out with me and for what is becoming favorite event every year, Global Diversity CFP Day!
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Lara Schenck Nov 11
How does one use `font-display: swap` on w/ Webfontloader? This seems like a really common need, and we are resorting into hacky work arounds. Any advice, ?
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Lara Schenck Oct 25
Perhaps it is time to call it a day when you name a branch "fix/misc"
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Lara Schenck Oct 25
📝 New, low-effort blog post! : The start of Larva's Naming Guidelines Wiki
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Lara Schenck Oct 21
Here is a monster illustration of me, finishing the on Nov. 3 if I DO NOT achieve my fundraising goal...look how horrible!!! Help me be happier than this monster – only $165 to go!
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Lara Schenck Oct 18
Replying to @laras126
Just annotated a design for another developer with this: "ul > for loop with li > c-lazy-image (16x9 crop) + c-span. c-span glued relative to li with height 100p, and vertically centered with u-flex (should work)" And there will likely be 0 new CSS in the PR!
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Lara Schenck Oct 18
Replying to @laras126
^^ and takes a long time...
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Lara Schenck Oct 18
The more I work on a design system, the more I realize it really is about creating a *language*. A consistent way to NAME and talk about UI amongst team members in different roles is infinitely valuable and scalable.
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