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Retweeted by Lea Verou @aholsteinson @codepo8 Yeah, but it’s so much better on desktop.This is awesome: https://t.co/gYcapgq1MH Best on desktop. /via @codepo8 @aarilight @github Agreed, but that would be harder to get done.Hi @MicrosoftEdge, please implement :focus-within so we can make our UIs keyboard accessible? https://t.co/S57yCbO74K Vote if you agree! @aarilight @github That’s why I said “diff postprocessing”. It could just be a part of Github’s web UI, like hiding whitespace changes.Feature request @github: Please implement diff postprocessing that shows when code was moved. Semantically, moving is NOT deleting + adding. @lipis @github I’m an optimist too, but not that much :P @scottvivian Yes, there is: excellent usability.
Retweeted by Lea Verou @gomako @SCRWD Oops, for some reason twitter didn't even show me that answer!
Retweeted by Lea Verou @lmprht You're not reading carefully. Note the word "fallback". @lmprht That should be obvious if you read my tweet more carefully. @greystate @github Wow, that's awesome! I always have to google for what the command is, might use this one next time!Wish <script> and <link> had fallback URLs. I want different URLs when testing locally and different ones online. :/ @greystate @github What undo function?? TELL ME MORE ABOUT THIS SORCERY!!! @tnorthcutt Well, I don't use the gui app for anything other than partial commits (and as a viewer sometimes, if I don't want to push) @catchinawave13 No need for JS. input:focus + .callout to toggle visibility, assuming the callout comes right after the input in markup. :) @zenpencils Is there a way to purchase a vector version of one of your comics, with a license that allows derivative non-commercial work? @yangwei21 Yes, but as much as I love my keyboard (I use the git CLI for everything else), some things really do benefit from a GUI.Finally learned how to partially commit files via the @Github OSX app. Holy crap, best thing ever! My commit history will never be the same!Thing I <3 about @AtomEditor: It properly saves state on quit, including undo history, unsaved changes etc, so you can restart at any point.
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Retweeted by Lea Verou @karger @gilbazoid but I agree it's not representative of all HTML people. It's people who at least know some names in the field to follow. @karger @gilbazoid and their followers too. It has 300+ RTs, some by accounts with half a million followers. @ZaviUro glad to hear that! Please consider leaving an Amazon review?