MadeMyDay (@MadeMyDay)

Karlsruhe, Baden, Germany

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January 14th, 2013

@martin_fa @silviii_t Überraschende Antwort: Kommt darauf an ;-) Je nach Anforderung, aber meistens völlig überladen.

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@cainvommars naja, wie willste es sonst machen? Kannst halt jedem Element einzeln ein reset-Mixin verpassen. Dann ist die Liste nich so lang

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@cainvommars ja, das nervt schon ein bisschen. Aber im Endeffekt kommt der Kram dann ja weiter unten, weil oben genauer spezifiziert.

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Have to mark that day in my calendar. Two „bugs” in Firefox where IE runs as expected (and as in Chrome created).

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@cainvommars oder meinste zum bestehenden Frontend? :D

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@cainvommars mach ich auch. Nicht alle sind normalize-Verfechter ;-)

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@silviii_t @martin_fa was man wohl zu jedem Feature von SharePoint so sagen kann :D

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@derSchepp @sir_pepe Ist halt eher ein Hack, der mit flexbox auch geht.

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@sir_pepe kommt drauf an, wie verzweifelt die sind. Bzw. wie deren Kenntnisstand ist.

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nerdfaced Nailed it. http://t.co/Ofx3pmNU

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@sir_pepe ach mit flexbox kann man schon was schönes machen.

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Best save ever in soccer… Unbelievable! http://t.co/qzWFdR99!

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@MarcoZehe Interesting! So they should do something!

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@MarcoZehe and offer a skip link to the timeline entry you clicked it.

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@MarcoZehe well, that is the problem then. How should the browser know where just last read? But they could catch the link you clicked

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@MarcoZehe readers of course don’t have those. So somehow the screenreaders need to fire some events if needed like current reading position

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@MarcoZehe Yeah but to position itself the screen reader has to tell the site where you are. Usually done with scroll events. But screen

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@MarcoZehe …screenreaders have something like scroll events? Is it possible to locate your current reading position?

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@MarcoZehe but shouldn’t be a problem to implement. Just a „skip to last reading position” link. They know where it was… or not? Have…

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@MarcoZehe i would call those features „basic”, dunno why they are not able to implement those things. Hate to say it but fb is way ahead.

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@MarcoZehe If you scroll down the timeline and click a twitpic and then go back you are at the beginning of the TL again, all items lost etc

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@MarcoZehe Don’t use the official app either. But compared to Tweetbot it is a mess(DM not refreshing automatically without browser refresh)

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@rthrash thx Ryan, seemed to be one of the last installed apps. Deleted them and now it seems to be normal again.

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@Immobilienscout deleted Immowelt and Immonet, seems to be normal again ;-)

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