Thomas Steiner (@tomayac)

Hamburg, Germany

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January 21st, 2020

@nevkatz @sarah_edo I like the toggle idea. Actually, thinking it through, `prefers-reduced-motion` could be implemented in a similar way as `prefers-color-scheme` in github.com/googlechromela…. Use the system preference if available, and let the user overri

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@suzukik @searchliaison @dannysullivan Sorry, took me a while… Thanks for the answer!

I have just updated my mark-up accordinglygithub.com/tomayac/blogcc…Jn.

The favicon got picked up, toogoogle.de/search?client=…RX.

Yay!

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ppk New browser on the block: Flow

An interview with Piers Wombwell, lead developer of Flow, a brand-new browser with a brand-new rendering engine.

quirksmode.org/blog/archives/…

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👋 Bye bye, data-vocabulary.org. You’ve been around for a while (slideshare.net/mobile/FIA2010…), but you won’t be missed (much). ⤵️ twitter.com/googlewmc/stat…

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@sarah_edo Brilliant article and stunning drawing! Thanks for creating!

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@sarah_edo One way to do it would be to feature-detect support for the media feature and then pre-check (or not) the current checkbox:

“`js
if (matchMedia(‘(prefers-reduced-motion)’).media !== ‘not all’ && matchMedia(‘(prefers-reduced-motion:reduce)’).m

via Twitter Web App in reply to sarah_edo

This stunning 🦓 drawing parallax effect ⤵️ by @sarah_edo is a great example for the `prefers-reduced-motion` user preference media feature in CSS: web.dev/prefers-reduce…. twitter.com/css/status/121…

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