TIL: While using !important on CSS for a team project is not healthy, using `:not()` on CSS is toxic.
:not() creates infinite possibility of visual regressions, unless the infinity is contained by another rule that governs it.
Basically a double negative with :not():not() should be regarded as a sign that you are not welcomed to contributing to the project until you understand the overall style architecture.
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I also work on making the Element's UI compatible with RTL languages like Arabic languages or Hebrew.
As I don't have the ability to write something in typescript, any help to actually implement the RTL layout is greatly appreciated!
Working on the UI implementation of Element, one of the Matrix clients, I noticed it **just works**, when it comes to CSS/SASS style rules.
It does not mean their quality is assured; the style rules are vulnerable to regressions, scattered everywhere. The rules are not well organized, not really understandable for those who read the code for the first time.
Since I am not a type of guy who just complains, here is the list of my PRs: https://github.com/matrix-org/matrix-react-sdk/pulls/luixxiul
What we learned is that AdGuard intercepts and rewrites the rules which are intended to block unsafe code. It's unclear whether the AdGuard devs intended for this effect, but there are much better, safer ways to block ads.
“Free, fair and open competition is quite clouded on cloud computing markets": along with 13 European #cloud players, we write to @EU_Commission@twitter.com VP @firstname.lastname@example.org.
Antitrust, competition policy (r)evolution: 2 key ingredients to move forward in the upcoming #multicloud decade
Replaceable Batteries Are Coming Back To Phones If The EU Gets Its Way… Apple Will Tell Us This Is Bad For Us
https://gadgeteer.co.za/wp-content/uploads/2022/03/batteries-400x265.jpg Back in the day, just about everything that used a battery had a hatch or a hutch that you could open to pull it out and replace it if need be. Whether it was a […]
What affect does facial recognition have on trans people? 🤔
@Codingrights set out to find out ⬇️
Today, we celebrate the #DocumentFreedomDay!
An important reminder, that open standards and open document formats are instrumental in free and easy access to information, transparency, and freedom of choice.
What happens in Google Android's message and the dialer apps?
In short: each time you send a message or call someone, Google knows about it.
No way to opt out, users not informed, #GDPR infrigment.
Read the research paper 👇👇👇
Thanks to Professor Dough Leith at Trinity College Dublin @email@example.com
EU doing good stuff for messaging platform interoperablity.
Difference between display:inline and display:inline-block
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