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Eric Eggert
@yatil@micro.yatil.net was called “the technical muscle” of W3C/WAI. +. Views are my own. Ⓥ he/him/his
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Eric Eggert 4h
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Eric Eggert 5h
Replying to @vavroom
Ah, I don’t have other options set. :-)
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Replying to @vavroom
VO is just three times power button here. No cod. I guess the old cmd+f5 can be used, too, but you obviously need to see the keyboard to do that with the Touch Bar. You can also say „Hey Siri, VoiceOver on“ to avoid button presses at all :-)
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Jen Simmons Aug 16
And the final decision of the CSSWG is.... drumroll please.... `text-decoration-thickness` It’s already shipped in Safari. Will ship in Firefox 70 (is in Firefox Nightly now). I’m happy about this name. There are a lot of different considerations we had to keep in mind.
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Nicolas Steenhout Aug 16
To say I love this new (proposed) WCAG Success Criteria by would be a vast understatement: This is exactly what we need.
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Eric Eggert Aug 16
Replying to @jensimmons
I use row/cols for an approximation in case CSS is not loading, then fine-tuning with CSS.
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Eric Eggert Aug 16
Replying to @EmmaWedekind
My trick is that it is a link to an image, which syntax I can remember. Then I prefix it with ! Which is basically the inverted i from ”image”.
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Scott Jehl Aug 15
When a webfont failure photobombs your serious headline.
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Eric Eggert Aug 16
Replying to @rmondello @SteveALee
I did not know about it. Is there a standardization effort behind it (for the HTML portion at least)? Could be very interesting for work in the cognitive accessibility space. (hence, cc )
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Eric Eggert Aug 15
Das Paket ist doch nichtmal im Paketwagen. Das kommt also auf keinen Fall heute.
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Eric Eggert Aug 15
Replying to @foobartel
Never!! :-D
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Eric Eggert Aug 15
Replying to @botic
Dann ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ :-D
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Eric Eggert Aug 15
Replying to @g16n
Träumchen!
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Eric Eggert Aug 15
Replying to @botic
Hier in Essen gibt’s besondere Türen bei den U-Bahnen, wo Kinderwagen besser durch passen und die in der Nähe der Stellplätze sind, sodass Menschen mit Kinderwagen nicht durch die schmalen Gänge navigieren müssen. Vielleicht ist das in Timișoara ähnlich?
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Eric Eggert Aug 14
I think I accidentally bought a keyboard without proper < and > keys. not great if one types HTML _occasionally_. ;-)
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Eric Eggert Aug 15
Replying to @rmondello
I think logically it should be “red“ receipt as it indicates that the message was opened. But I always say, and think heard, “reed receipt”.
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Sigh Aug 13
if y’all have ever cried at your job or school in the bathroom can you retweet this? i wanna see something
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Eric Eggert Aug 14
Replying to @andybelldesign
I am also rocking a serif font recently. So much nicer than those boring sans-serifs :-)
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Eric Eggert Aug 14
I think I accidentally bought a keyboard without proper < and > keys. not great if one types HTML _occasionally_. ;-)
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Eric Eggert Aug 14
Hi! Just got one of your German keyboards. So far I like it. However I write quite some HTML which means typing < and > a lot. They are usually in the bottom left of the keyboard. Here there are symbols on the B and N keys who produce ‹›. Not the same thing.
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