Set the ‘overflow’ of rotating elements (that use ‘transform: rotate(xdeg);’) to ‘hidden’. Using Chrome (15.0.874.121) today, I discovered that doing a rotation transform in an element that is scrolling will monkey around with the dimensions of the scrollpane. In my example, I have a small 10×10 icon that rotate, inside an element that overflows: .container [...]
Chrome UX team, stop trying to be so clever. The render area in any web browser should be inviolate.
I wrote a Chrome plugin that blocks everything Palin. It’s been a huge time saver.
Fixing the box model quirk with input elements in modern browsers.
With some amount of begging, I received a Cr-48 in the mail just the other day- Google’s new laptop that comes with a web browser and not much else. It’s a pretty slick piece of hardware, all black and rubbery, fairly light, and no stickers or logos. It’s not available in stores, so I was [...]
Telephone speed dating. Like telephone, the game. Not on the telephone. In a group. Maybe you go with a friend. But instead of talking about yourself, you try to woo with other people’s stories. Maybe this idea needs more thought.
A neighbor is moving, and she offered me her encyclopedia set. It took me a beat to remember what that is, and a little longer to remember the physical requirements of owning such an item. We received a hand-me-down Encyclopedia Britannica when I was a kid. It came in a nice wooden chest, and was [...]
It knocked my socks off when I saw what Vincent Laforet et al. could do with the first generation of digital cameras shooting video. That technology allowed creative flexibility that was out of reach of most camcorders- extensive lens selections, better low-light capabilities, more fine grained exposure and color balance control, all in a smaller [...]