Thomas Steiner (@tomayac)

Hamburg, Germany

The below is an off-site archive of all tweets posted by @tomayac ever

August 2022

@marvinhagemeist @dotproto I’ve reported this phishing attempt internally already and the TAG is on it. It’s surprisingly well made, and the converter actually works, but injects an evil script called `bower.js` (it’s nothing to do with Bower) in al

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@sangwhanmoon Did construction likewise start on March 19, 1882?

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@cramforce Can’t wait! “Helene Fischer, but silenced!”

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@jecfish Welcome to Bavaria! 🏴󠁤󠁥󠁢󠁹󠁿 Since this doesn’t properly render, check the link….

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@monfera @dannymoerkerke @lexswed @WestbrookJ In the case of custom elements, though, the grass is all green 🥬 these days:…. The last couple of non-green spots (e.g.,…) will hopefully become green rather so

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TerribleMia There’s a long-standing CSS ‘best practice’ to remove units from zero-values. But there are many cases where that will break your code!

I explore the reasons for that, when to use zero-units, and the problems with over-eager lint & minification tools:…

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A Complete Guide to CSS Cascade Layers:…. The most concise introduction to Cascade Layers I’ve seen so far. Great work, @TerribleMia 👏!

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Una 🚨 Chrome 105 is a HUGE release! (stable Aug 30)

🤯 :has() & size container queries are BOTH landing!

These are 2 powerhouse APIs for responsive, component-based design. Together they unlock so many possibilities!

I wrote a post on how to combine them:…

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ChromiumDev Chrome 105 includes the :has() pseudo-class. This gives us the long-awaited parent selector, but it can be so much more. Get all the details in this post from @jh3yy

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@Benjamin_Aster It would allow someone like Adobe to implement performance-critical and file-based read-write operations:…. Something we’ve also seen folks like DuckDB or SQLite be interested in with their Wasm ports.

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If you’re interested in the `show*Picker()` methods, star ⭐️ the bug… to be notified of progress.

📂 `showOpenFilePicker()`
💾 `showSaveFilePicker()`
🗄️ `showDirectoryPicker()`

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In case you’re not camping out ⛺️ on the blink-dev mailing list as I do: It was just announced that there are plans to ship the File System Access API on Android and WebView:…. There’s one “but”, which is that this won’t include

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Is Android finally going to fix my favorite pet peeve with the platform that you can never really be sure where you’re going “back” to?… 🔙

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@rauschma My favorite “Heisenbug” when I was not aware of the problem. Another way of dealing with this is to reset `lastIndex` after each iteration, since it’s writable:….

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jaffathecake 📝 New docs for page transitions! Lots of demos and effects for the kinds of transitions you can create, but I bet you folks can do even better stuff.…

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From seawater to drinking water, with the push of a button:…

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@danbri If true, this’d be incredible news. I wish sea water desalination was one of the Google X or even Elon Musk projects.
Gotta love the funding of this project, too:
🚫 Make clean water available to anyone.
✅ Make clean water availabl

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@ShangChien7 @ChromiumDev SVG images (`image/svg+xml`) are directly supported by the Async Clipboard API (still behind the experimental web platform features flag, but implemented), but since SVG is a very powerful format, e.g., embedded scripts will be r

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Quick appreciation tweet for the folks over at @vite_js: thanks for fixing… 🙏! It has allowed me to roll out `<dark-mode-toggle>` (…) for SVGcode ( ☀️🎛️🌒

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@dfabu @cramforce @benschwarz I honestly don’t know the answer. It’s been a while since I haven’t heard anything about `<portal>`. Maybe @domenic can tell us more?

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@rowan_m Is that, is that a possible game state? 🤔

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@rowan_m Solitcats 123 1/33


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ChromiumDev Until now, the Async Clipboard API 📋 supported a limited set of MIME types on the clipboard.

📢 The Async Clipboard API now supports web custom formats that let developers write
arbitrary(!) 🦄 data to the clipboard! All details in @tomayac’s article:…

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@dalmaer @jeffposnick @twosigma Seems like Dion was first, but there’s no better way to say it than he did: “helpful” is the one adjective that stands out in my mental word cloud when I think about all the times we’ve interacted. Thanks for every

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DominicPajak We’ve made an 3D interactive BBC Micro with 100s of games ready for you to play on it 😀🎂

cc @mattgodbolt @P_Malin

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gamingonlinux Linux 5.19 is out now, Torvalds released it using an Apple silicon MacBook…

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@ziyunfei @ChromiumDev This should work now if you copy the image with the MIME type set to `web image/gif`, given the receiving application accepts this MIME type. See the article for details.

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Web custom formats for the Async Clipboard API 📋 is an incredibly powerful new way of interacting with the operating system’s clipboard! I got so excited 😆 about it, I even typo’ed an accidental line break ¶
in the announcement tweet… ⤵…

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@edent @sangwhanmoon Sigh, not sure what’s going on. I have pinged the internal issue again asking for clarification.

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@TomasHubelbauer @edent Web bundles can remotely be delivered over HTTP(S).

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