Thomas Steiner (@tomayac)

Hamburg, Germany

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February 21st, 2020

simevidas @tomayac @WebPlatformNews One day, we may have vertical-align: cap-middle github.com/w3c/csswg-draf… 🤞

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@NOtherDev Yeah, it was completely clear from the context, just a nit review comment :-)

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@NOtherDev You write “the previous Service Worker that potentially contained different versions of the assets”, but the assets are not in the service worker but in the Cache.

Instead: “the previous Service Worker that potentially contained different meta

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“Handling Service Worker updates—How to keep the app updated and stay sane,” great article by@NOtherDevv:whatwebcando.today/articles/handl…s. 👏

Interesting to compare to@DeanoHumee’sdeanhume.com/displaying-a-n…8 and@workboxjss’sdevelopers.google.com/web/tools/work…B.

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@NOtherDev @webmaxru @mayeedwin1 @poshaughnessy @AaronGustafson @Paul_Kinlan “Hard-refresh (Control+Shift+R-kind) is sufficient”: Probably add a note that this bypasses the service worker.

“potentially contained different versions of the assets”: Assumptwhatwebcando.today/articles/handl…github.com/samuelgoto/idl…

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@canofsleep @ChromiumDev You’ll be able to store serialized file handles soon. Follow crbug.com/955193 for updates. Origin Trials typically cover about three versions of Chrome, anything longer would be against the idea (github.com/GoogleChrome/O…). T

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@pes10k @johnwilander The illustration is just bonkers.

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@pes10k @johnwilander “Conforming UAs may choose not to scroll automatically on navigation. Such UAs may, instead, provide UI to initiate the scroll (“click to scroll”) or none at all.”-wicg.github.io/ScrollToTextFr…w

(Not trolling you by using a regular e

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@jaffathecake @dfabu That’s a very fair point. I guess in a production app one would add some sort of loading indicator to the disabled button.

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sebdedeyne `font-variant-numeric: tabular-nums` is one of my favorite CSS properties. It sets numbers as monospace, so they’re prettily aligned in tables.

Another use case I came across is this little character counter. Notice how much smoother it becomes with tabular nums. pic.twitter.com/BlMZhnOGng

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If you’re licensing your images you can now make this information available via Google Image Search by specifying `aquireLicensePage` structured metadata. ⤵️ Coming soon to schema.org. twitter.com/searchliaison/…

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@jaffathecake @dfabu Ah, thanks; seeing it only now (my main Twitter client Echofon isn’t great at thread handling). For anyone following along: twitter.com/jaffathecake/s…

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@jaffathecake @dfabu (I don’t have a client render, though.)

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@jaffathecake @dfabu How about disabling the button until the JS has loaded? I do that in browser-nativefs.glitch.me.

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@TheGreenGreek Thanks 😊. The switching happens by changing the `media` attribute of the `<link rel=”stylesheet” href=”foo.css” media=”(prefers-color-scheme: dark)”>`, see github.com/GoogleChromeLa…. It also emits an event (search the code for “COLOR_SCH

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