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tailwindcss
pumano
pumano commented Apr 3, 2020

Thanks for a great css library.

I spend 2 days for trying to understand why in my vue project leaflet.css file not loaded to my project in test environment while in dev it's OK.

Please add information warning to installation section about purgecss

Also will be good to add note how to add whitelist styles to purgecss

module.exports = {
  plugins: {
    tailwindcss: {},
    'vue-
bboy-splendid
bboy-splendid commented Apr 27, 2020

Describe the bug
When launching a vimeo video in Chrome Version 81.0.4044.113 the full screen button is not visible. All working fine on other browsers

To Reproduce
Steps to reproduce the behavior:

  1. Go to 'http://jakeparish.com/'
  2. Click on 'DOP or Editor'
  3. Video launches with no fullscreen video.

Expected behavior
The video launch with fullscreen button available

styled-system
The-Code-Monkey
The-Code-Monkey commented Feb 18, 2020

I am looking into variants and i feel like its a bit confusing which is the old api and which is the new one?

I feel like I should just be able to drop the variant function onto a component and give it scale="accents" and then if I pass variant="info" then it should look in the theme object for accents and pull the info key inside that yet it doesn't do that unless I write `variants: {

Gustav0ar
Gustav0ar commented Mar 19, 2019

Bug Report

What is the expected behavior?

To wiki show the correct way to be used now.

What is the current behavior?

I updated to latest beta 24, and saw that $media got deprecated, but docs still shows the old way for listening for MediaChange (using it).
I couldn't find a way to get the asObservable from MediaObserver that is not from $media like it shows in changelog.

hpvd
hpvd commented Mar 4, 2018

Thanks for the nice examples of usage of this awesome tool on
https://github.com/marcj/css-element-queries and
https://marcj.github.io/css-element-queries/

Would be perfect to see two more examples/ documentation of best practise:

  1. change/switch of content when elements reaching a specific width
    example for usecase: caption/legend of an image: short one for width<600px, long one for wi
LeoniePhiline
LeoniePhiline commented Aug 20, 2019

The closeButtonClickHandler calls exitFullScreen() even if the document was in fullscreen mode before baguette box was opened, and even if options.fullScreen is false.

This breaks websites & apps handling their own fullscreen mode:
When the website/app is in fullscreen mode, opening and then closing a baguetteBox will make the entire app exit fullscreen. This is breaking UX badly.

slidenerd
slidenerd commented Mar 17, 2020
  • Sorry if this is not the right place to ask, I read through the documentation and could not find anything on Nuxt
  • Searched nuxt.js subreddit no mention
  • I am using Nuxt in SSR mode, how would you add this library to it? Could you kindly the documentation to add a small section in case it is simple so that in the future people wont ask the same question
    Thank you for your time
patrickdevivo
patrickdevivo commented Apr 25, 2020

Hi there! I wanted to propose adding the following badge to the README to indicate how many TODO comments are in this codebase:

TODOs

The badge links to tickgit.com which is a free service that indexes and displays TODO comments in public github r

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