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Patrick Brosset
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Benjamin Pollack Feb 13
Independent of any other feelings I've got about Firefox v. Chrome, Firefox's dev tools have been on an absolute roll lately. The "Changes" tab of the inspector alone has saved me a *ton* of time today, to say nothing of the Flex inspector.
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Patrick Brosset Feb 11
and I were talking about this just now and we could definitely show information in the rules panel for this.
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Patrick Brosset Feb 11
Thanks, I had not understood correctly. The CSS Rules tab (left) indeed only shows "authored" CSS that comes from the website's server. So it's not going to show your user-set 16px font-size. I'll dig some more. The computed tab (right), should however show the exact font-size.
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Patrick Brosset Feb 11
Hey, I'd like to help but I'm not sure what you mean exactly. Can't you see the applied CSS in the Inspector tab of DevTools?
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Firefox DevTools Feb 8
✨ Friday fun poll for our new Changes panel: How would you most want to export changes? (All exports will be valid CSS rules with selectors & /* deletions */) 1. Copy diff from (one|all) rules 2. Copy entire rule(s) that changed 3. Save diff 4. Save entire rule(s) that changed
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Patrick Brosset Feb 9
would know
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Gary Feb 7
Wrong. The ONLY way you should organise CSS properties is like a Christmas Tree.
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Nicolas CHEVOBBE Feb 8
With dynamic import + top-level await + , it's super easy to use modules from libraries hosted on Github, directly in console ⚡️ Example with lodash:
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Patrick Brosset Feb 5
Not yet no. But might have some news about that.
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Firefox DevTools Feb 5
DevTools tip: The Font inspector in can highlight runs of text rendered by particular fonts. Very useful when fallback fonts are used to render particular characters. --
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Patrick Brosset Feb 5
Replying to @callmevlad
Oh wow, this playground is phenomenal! I like that CSS preview you pointed out. I hadn't seen that yet.
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Patrick Brosset Feb 5
Hey Jonathan. Thanks for replying, that helps! Do you think you could elaborate about cases where you encountered this extra spacing issue. Was it extra spacing between inline blocks? Or extra space below elements? Something else? This will help us a lot work on the right tools.
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Patrick Brosset Feb 5
Hey Félix. For #2 I'm interested if you could elaborate about cases where you encountered this extra spacing issue. Was it extra spacing between inline blocks? Or extra space below elements? Something else? This will help us a lot work on the right tools.
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Patrick Brosset Feb 5
Thanks for replying, that helps. Do you think you could elaborate about cases where you encountered this extra spacing issue? Was it extra spacing between inline blocks? Or extra space below elements? Something else? This will help us a lot work on the right tools.
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Patrick Brosset Feb 5
Hey Alex. For #2 I'm interested if you could elaborate about cases where you encountered this extra spacing issue. Was it extra spacing between inline blocks? Or extra space below elements? Something else? This will help us a lot work on the right tools.
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Patrick Brosset Feb 5
Thanks! I'm interested if you could elaborate about cases where you encountered this extra spacing issue. Was it extra spacing between inline blocks? Or extra space below elements? Something else? This will help us a lot work on the right tools.
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Patrick Brosset Feb 4
Hey Šime, about #2 (spacing), do you mind elaborating on specific use cases where you encountered this? Was it extra spacing between inline blocks? Or extra space below elements? Something else?
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Patrick Brosset Feb 4
scrollbar-width and scrollbar-color made it to Firefox 64:
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Patrick Brosset Feb 4
Same here, all the time.
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Patrick Brosset Feb 2
webflow looks great for people to create sites without coding. I’m interested in knowing your opinion about webflow as a way for people to start learning coding though. Do you see opportunities for the tool to show some of the CSS, and explain it?
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