For all you haters of my font choice, I repent. Here's a monospace font. MEH
live here http://rog.ie/post/9089341529/html5boilerplatejs
almost 2 years ago
love it :)
Very well done
Love it. May I suggest a revision to your code?
Offer a mixin for black and white rgba colors with opacities.
@Vince how would I pass that mixin as a parameter to another mixin?
@Rogie in that case you's have to call the opacities you want out individually, which I think still saves a step.
Looks nice, Rogie
But for me it's kinda hard to see the stroke number
Maybe adding lines or something will help resolve this problem: http://c.kam88.com/94IY
@Vince yeah it would be great to do this
#gradient > .vertical( @.white(0.5) , @.white(0) );
@Kamil solid call. I had designed the latter that you designed as well, but I felt that it just complicated the style and the code. I decided on simpler. However, I may want to do something with a hover/tap on the line that causes that behavior.
Rogie, yeah, highlighting the line on hover is nice decision I think.
Pretty slick dude! So are you using RoR as your main dev platform so you can use all those sweet gems?
any reason why you've not gone for a non-monospace font? it looks beautiful as it is, but may be slightly easier to read if you went monospace?
@Marc I went back and forth on it. I'm pretty sure I'm gonna side with monospace :)
I was about to talk about monospace
Who dares not set code in monospaced type? Nice visually, but I would repent for readability in the end.
@Father, errr, Brendan. I repent. http://rog.ie/93zU
@Rogie just make sure you use a crack-a-lackin' monospace font! ;)
Looks great, man. Can't wait to see this live :)
I REPENT, I REPENT. BLAH BLAH BLAH, I'LL USE A MONOSPACE FONT!
Love the color. Don't love the font.
I love it all including the font. Looks really clean :)
Thank you for using a black background. I love it! :)
If I may, you should rock Inconsolata: http://www.google.com/webfonts/specimen/Inconsolata
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