@shamus030

Fixed mobile navbar collapse (#21)

It’s still not working for me! Chrome on iOS 14.6

I think it would be kind of cool if the multi-switch-flipping worked that way at least - dragging your hand down a line of switches wouldn’t toggle all of them, it would turn them off. Of course LW doesn’t have to be realistic, but to me that part just feels… right?

But I guess then that wouldn’t work for a horizontal row of switches oriented vertically, for example.

“Clog” and “Guard” are my favorite suggestions for the instant diode so far. Here are mine:

  • Turnstile
  • Excluder (comes from beekeeping!)
  • Barrier
  • “Check valve”, or maybe just “checker” or “check”

What about a Bobby-shaped color picker?

I just want to say that I think this is a very good response. As a software developer myself, I also suffer from feature creep, so I think @lululombard’s question is valid and from the outside these kinds of features really do look like feature creep (you say it didn’t take much time, though in my personal experience “not much time” is almost always too much time). But your response made it clear to me for the first time that your vision/goals for LW are not just about the simulation, it’s about the experience and the ambience. That immediately flips my perspective (again, my own opinion) from this being a random/unnecessary feature to one that is really cool/important.

Jimmy: “Sorry guys the game is delayed again”

Also Jimmy: “You can now customize the text editor caret, the springiness of flags, and the name of my firstborn child”

Just poking fun. I always look forward to Wednesday!

Six! And a half! Hours! For one checkbox!

Programming in a nutshell tbh

Yep, ImageMagick can handle the scaling properly. Not sure about SVG2 but I bet it works.

it was just one of those times when you’re writing code and everything goes wrong.

Oh boy, I wish I could say I don’t know what that’s like!

it took me the entire #$@& day to make a script for mass-exporting flag SVGs to PNG

I’m curious, what made this such a complex task? If you’re going to be doing more image manipulation in the future I’d recommend ImageMagick. If you were literally just converting SVGs to PNG it could have been one line in bash:

for f in *.svg; do magick convert "$f" "${f%.*}.png"; done