Gradient Angle - Up and Down Arrow Keys #105

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AustinPaquette opened this Issue Sep 16, 2015 · 8 comments

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The up and down arrow keys could be utilized to modify the angle of which the gradient is angled at. (up arrow increases the deg value, while down naturally does the opposite).

@ghosh
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ghosh commented Nov 14, 2015

@Murilirum Sorry for not replying earlier. I am planning on doing an update for the site. This is a good idea, I will probably include it in the next version. Thanks for the feedback.

@AustinPaquette
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ghosh commented Nov 15, 2015

I agree, the sass mixin has been on my mind for a while, not really got around doing it. Also see #118, I think @SedueRey is attempting a library.

@SedueRey

Yes, I'm looking for the best way to do it (Maybe a JS that converts every change of the library) or a gem.

@ghosh ghosh added the enhancement label Nov 16, 2015
@SedueRey

Hello again, I've made and uploaded this https://github.com/SedueRey/uiGradientsSass .. Do you want me to keep it in a different repo? I would link this (of course) and keep it updated.

@AustinPaquette

Do you want me to keep it in a different repo

That depends, do you want to have the source of the main site based on SCSS as well or do you intend on that just being an additive? If it's going to power the site you can have SCSS in an src folder and then compile to a minified / standard compiled stylesheet in a dist folder for those who don't work with SCSS. My response to whether a secondary repo is needed or not grills down to what your goal is moving forward 😆

@SedueRey

Well, my idea is just keep updated SCSS (I've just done this by now) and SASS, even LESS mixin and class library :D I don't mind if you prefer to keep it on another scope to keep out of uiGradient proposal, as a "plugin"

I mean, do you want me to update libraries when there is a PR or you prefer I do for my own? :)

@ghosh
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ghosh commented Nov 23, 2015

@SedueRey Thank you for the library. I am perfectly fine if you wish to keep it in your repo. Also incase, you want to discuss further on this, please open a new issue :)

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