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Adding Linefeed option #368
The first option being an empty value means the
Also, in the options being passed in to the
I think the easy solution is just to change the default value for the dropdown from an empty string to either
Thanks for the fiddle!
Yes, that was my point.
So, what about the
Now, if we have
I am a Mac user, by the way.
If the value is not being set, it is still being set internally (in
The purpose for
<div id="linefeed" class="col-xs-12 col-s-12 col-md-12 col-l-12 radio"> <label>Linefeed:</label> <div class="col-xs-12"> <input id="linefeedlf" type="radio" name="linefeed" data-argname="linefeedlf" value="lf" checked=""> <label for="linefeedlf" class="col-xs-12 col-s-6 col-md-6 col-l-6">LF (Default)</label> </div> <div class="col-xs-12"> <input id="linefeedcrlf" type="radio" name="linefeed" data-argname="linefeedcrlf" value="crlf"> <label for="linefeedcrlf" class="col-xs-12 col-s-6 col-md-6 col-l-6">CRLF</label> </div> </div>
(don't worry about localization, I'll handle all that).
Sorry for being pedantic. I want to take the UX of Scout-App seriously, and would prefer you be a part of the discussion rather than just merging in your changes and then unilaterally modifying it to be something different.
Thanks for your every word. I really appreciate it.
Also, it will be helpful when you switch from node-sass to sass:
Sass(ruby) seems to have different default from node-sass:
I like your idea. It's very simple now.
I have fixed it: https://github.com/scout-app/scout-app/pull/368/files