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Stepping away from Sass
My latest site redesign and why I left out Sass and media queries in favour of native CSS grid, calc, viewport units and custom properties.}
cssgrid  sass  calc 
16 days ago by brad2dabone
Keep Math in the CSS
There is a sentiment that leaving math calculations in your CSS is a good idea that I agree with. This is for math that you could calculate at authoring time, but specifically chose not to.
fridayfrontend  css  math  calc  maintainability 
5 weeks ago by spaceninja
Fun Tip: Use calc() to Change the Height of a Hero Component | CSS-Tricks
complicated demo of using css calc to resize type or images for different window widths, instead of using media queries
webdesign  web  design  scale  responsive  fluid  proportion  aspect  ratio  css  calc 
8 weeks ago by piperh
Fun Tip: Use calc() to Change the Height of a Hero Component
The concept of Fluid Typography was tossed around a couple of years ago. The main idea is that if you know what size your font is at two different viewport sizes, then you can have the font scaling smoothly between the two sizes. We had a jQuery solution for this in FitText (meant of headings, of course) until the calc() function was shipped giving us a pure CSS solution.
fridayfrontend  css  cssbasics  calc  layout 
10 weeks ago by spaceninja
Fun Tip: Use calc() to Change the Height of a Hero Component
The concept of Fluid Typography was tossed around a couple of years ago. The main idea is that if you know what size your font is at two different viewport sizes, then you can have the font scaling smoothly between the two sizes. We had a jQuery solution for this in FitText (meant of headings, of course) until the calc() function was shipped giving us a pure CSS solution.

p {
font-size: calc(16px + (24 - 16)*(100vw - 400px)/(800 - …
The post Fun Tip: Use calc() to Change the Height of a Hero Component appeared first on CSS-Tricks.
Article  calc  fluid  type 
11 weeks ago by inxilpro
108209 – Autofill overwrites data
"To autofill a column with a value/string the user can double click on the small square on the bottom right corner of the cell selection. This should fill the cells down as far the next/previous column or until a filled cell is reached.

LibreOffice (as did/does OpenOffice.org/AOO) ignores cells containing values/strings and overwrites all column causing data loss."
openoffice  libreoffice  calc  bug  data  loss 
12 weeks ago by eric.brechemier
How do I copy a cell without CR and LF being appended to end? - Ask LibreOffice
Best I've come up with on Windows (maybe Mac too) is triple-click to select all text then copy and paste.
libreoffice  calc 
september 2018 by omnipotus

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