Be nice. Or else.
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I implemented that change as a precaution. Just for clarity, did you see work & bench on separate lines or did you see it as "Work-Bench"?
That's totally fair. I should make that a lot more clear.
I backed it on kickstarter which gave access to their beta message boards. It seems like the community is somewhat active and development has been consistent but I personally haven't tried to incorporate it into my work because it still feels too unstable. Since I backed subform I've also started to use Figma which has worked out really nicely for me.
I take it a step further with "Sign in" and "Register". This might help too.
I've requested this before in the past, it would be great if it was just a varying type of comment to show that its redline spec instead of a normal comment.
This is great article, it gives a concrete example of how empathy plays into design. With that said, please stop using the "moms are technologically challenged" cliche.
Can you help breakdown what the redline features are? I understand that if you're in view-only you can export selection as well as measure the size of selections. What about extract attributes such as font size, color, drop shadows, etc? I can't seem to figure how development would be able to access this information.
html to 10px, then set everything else in
rem units. eg.
body would be
1.6rem, it makes it all extremely easy to calculate.
This is really good when you want to create a class that overrides most specificity. I use it to apply a blanket screen-reader-only class.
CSS still treats this as having an ID even though you're technically saying it doesn't have an ID, so it will override any class declaration regardless of its placement in your CSS document. The only thing that could override it would be another ID or an inline style.
I know it's petty but I can't seem to read this as anything other than "En Oh" = "NO".
Be nice. Or else.
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