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Button: fix the shadow of the pressed state #561

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commented Sep 3, 2019

The Button shadow has been changed at some point, but without adapting its pressed state. This change fixes that.

@bpierre bpierre requested review from AquiGorka and sohkai Sep 3, 2019

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These should come from some BOX_SHADOW_ACTIVE kind of var down the road no?


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commented Sep 3, 2019

@AquiGorka Yes I’ve been resisting having shadows defined anywhere until we figure out what we need exactly, but we should start working with @dizzypaty @owisixseven to define the different values we use across the different components.

We should probably store them as number values, so they can be used in different contexts (box shadow, multiple box shadows, transitions, drop-shadow), and per level of elevation. We could also have a box-shadow CSS utility that would know the different names, because it is the most common use case:

    // 100 would be the first elevation level,
    // 200 the next one etc. (like font weights)

@bpierre bpierre merged commit 3100ff7 into newstyle Sep 3, 2019

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