Scrollscreen positions a layer precisely on top of the browser default scrollbar allowing custom styles. I know, I know, there are some funky -webkit-...
Scrollscreen positions a layer precisely on top of the browser default scrollbar allowing custom styles.
Tested both MacOS (with and without MacOS auto-hiding scrollbars) and Windows on browsers IE11, Edge, Firefox, Chrome, Safari, iOS (with and without momentum scrolling).
Correctly deals with text direction.
This recipe automatically adds accessible tab interaction to the page. You simply define the correct HTML with the correct ARIA roles and the library handles it from there.
Vertical dock FTW 🔥
I've got more horizontal than vertical space on my screen therefor, vertical!
Visual Studio Code is always on the left, so the dock nicely overlaps with the big Code icons when it's not hiding in its lair.
Code also adds these cute ears to the Finder icon 🐶
The web interfaces I work on are completely hardware accelerated so to ensure a 1-pixel line also renders crystal clear on non-retina displays I use the
autoPrecision method before assigning the value to the transform.
I'm drawing icons an image editor. Currently working on reset and re-center. Not sure about re-center, it basically recenters/scales the crop area (and image) to the center of the viewport (if you have iOS, the photo app does it automatically after waiting a few seconds).
Made some quick changes in Sketch based on the feedback I received earlier today, quite happy with the result!