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Merge pull request #17 from jroenf/arrows

One color stop less for Arrows
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2 parents 48bf9ac + 9ecc4d8 commit 8170cf53739c1d7fed4f8042b5dfd13fefa1517b @LeaVerou committed Jun 4, 2012
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@@ -36,12 +36,11 @@
background-size: 15px 30px" title="Half-Rombes" data-author="Valentin Agachi" data-author-url="http://agachi.name/"></li>
<li style="background:
-linear-gradient(45deg, #92baac 45px, transparent 45px),
linear-gradient(45deg, #92baac 45px, transparent 45px)64px 64px,
-linear-gradient(225deg, transparent 46px, #e1ebbd 46px, #e1ebbd 91px, transparent 91px),
+linear-gradient(45deg, #92baac 45px, transparent 45px,transparent 91px, #e1ebbd 91px, #e1ebbd 135px, transparent 135px),
linear-gradient(-45deg, #92baac 23px, transparent 23px, transparent 68px,#92baac 68px,#92baac 113px,transparent 113px,transparent 158px,#92baac 158px);
background-color:#e1ebbd;
-background-size: 128px 128px" title="Arrows" data-author="Jeroen Franse" data-author-url="http://twitter.com/jroenf"></li>
+background-size: 128px 128px;" title="Arrows" data-author="Jeroen Franse" data-author-url="http://twitter.com/jroenf"></li>
<li style="background:
linear-gradient(315deg, #ECEDDC 25%, transparent 25%) -50px 0,

3 comments on commit 8170cf5

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jroenf replied Jun 26, 2012

The title of my pull request is not right. Doesn't matter too much. This update for my arrows pattern has one linear-gradient less than before. Not just one color stop.

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LeaVerou replied Jun 26, 2012

I’m confused. Haven’t I already merged this (although I haven’t updated the gallery yet)?

Contributor

jroenf replied Jun 26, 2012

Yes you already did merge this. I was looking at the online gallery, saw four linear-gradients and wondered the same thing: "My pull request with three linear-gradients was already merged, wasn't it?" Upon checking the github repo I saw my clumsy (incorrect) commit message, was confused too and wrote the comment to add to the confusion. Although that was never my intention, off course.

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