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Xavier Haniquaut

Xavier Haniquaut

UX dev @ Manganelli DS Joined almost 6 years ago via an invitation from Florian P. Xavier has invited Quentin Pré

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  • Posted to Material Design for Chrome on OSX, Jun 07, 2016

    And worst of the worst, backspace doesnt work anymore for "previous page" but chrome enforce the use of cmd+leftarrow

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  • Posted to Material Design for Chrome on OSX, Jun 07, 2016

    Tabs no longer have rounded corners

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  • Posted to Ask DN: Best Headphones to Buy, Dec 05, 2015

    I love my Aedle VK1 for everyday use. http://www.aedle.net/fr'VK1' For Audiophile listening my favorite is the Sennheiser HD650

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  • Posted to Ask DN: alternative to TotalFinder?, in reply to Rick Khanna , Oct 05, 2015

    One of the feature I love the most in PathFinder is the tool for renamming multiple files in the same time.

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  • Posted to Ask DN: What does your CV look like?, Jun 01, 2015

    Here is mine, in french for the moment! Love to have some feedback ;) https://goo.gl/oMN0Sc

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  • Posted to Trello's epic iOS app update, in reply to Eduardo Nunes , Apr 22, 2015

    Oh great it's a bit messy but it contains all I was looking for ;) Thanks a lot. If there is a smaller app with only release notes i'll take it !

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  • Posted to Trello's epic iOS app update, Apr 22, 2015

    I do not understand the need to be funny in release notes. Trello is doing this kind of stuff but it's not the only one. The Citymapper team does pretty strange release notes text...

    Is there a web service which archive the release notes of iOS app ? I can remember of iUseThis but it's a wiki so not pretty exhaustive...

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  • Posted to The News 2, Apr 03, 2015

    A login option + an upvote button would be great. Nice job on the version 2 btw!

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  • Posted to Site Design: Pixel Counter, Mar 17, 2015

    Amazing idea on the download icons !

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  • Posted to JavaScript tricks!, Feb 05, 2015

    I like this little trick to check the emptyness of a string :

    `

    var string = ""; console.log(!!string) //return false

    `

    and this other one for multiline string :

    `

    var multilineString = [ '<div>', '<span></span>', '</div> ].join('');

    `

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