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    Philip Durbin
    @pdurbin
    Heh, I just used VisBug to make this mockup: https://github.com/IQSS/dataverse/issues/2747#issuecomment-463212877 . Awesome.
    Adam Argyle
    @argyleink
    yessssssss
    Philip Durbin
    @pdurbin
    At first I was in dev tools mucking with CSS and then I remembered that I can just drag stuff around in VisBug. :)
    Adam Argyle
    @argyleink
    v0.2.0 is out :thumbsup:
    a few hard to find shadowDOM bugs, but otherwise it's a bigger stronger visbug
    take a look at the plugins too! if you know of any more scripts that help you visually debug, make a pr! i think you'll find they are pretty approachable https://github.com/GoogleChromeLabs/ProjectVisBug/blob/master/app/plugins/skeleton.js
    Philip Durbin
    @pdurbin
    Adam Argyle
    @argyleink
    <3
    another podcast!
    Adam Argyle
    @argyleink
    visbug-show-spacing.gif
    Philip Durbin
    @pdurbin
    Neat! Also, good job on the podcast.
    Adam Argyle
    @argyleink
    <3
    Adam Argyle
    @argyleink
    new release today :thumbsup:
    Adam Argyle
    @argyleink
    anyone wanna help write unit or integration tests? https://github.com/GoogleChromeLabs/ProjectVisBug/wiki/Testing
    Philip Durbin
    @pdurbin
    Adam Argyle
    @argyleink
    <3
    Philip Durbin
    @pdurbin
    :)
    Adam Argyle
    @argyleink
    nice work using production as an artboard :thumbsup:
    Philip Durbin
    @pdurbin
    so handy
    Adam Argyle
    @argyleink
    coming soon, dark mode and translucency
    Philip Durbin
    @pdurbin
    nice
    Erwann Mest
    @kud
    Just discovered this project, wow, that's amazing
    Philip Durbin
    @pdurbin
    Yeah, it's really great. Welcome.
    Adam Argyle
    @argyleink
    welcome! what's been your use case(s) so far? any feedback on usability or feature requests?!
    Adam Argyle
    @argyleink
    new plugin to try out "colorblind" https://visbug-colorblind.glitch.me
    it's also a great example of a more complex plugin
    Philip Durbin
    @pdurbin
    Oh. I have to type "/colorblind" like you show in GoogleChromeLabs/ProjectVisBug#381 . Very cool. Works great.
    Adam Argyle
    @argyleink
    you can also type any kind of color blind specifically, and it'll launch with that as default =)
    Philip Durbin
    @pdurbin
    ah, ok, cool
    Yuriy Piskun
    @yoyurec
    hi
    Adam Argyle
    @argyleink
    yo =)
    Yuriy Piskun
    @yoyurec
    do somebody know why plugin didn't work on Chrome Windows? all hotkeys looks like disabled: tools panel, arrows for tuning tools, etc... (((
    Adam Argyle
    @argyleink
    woh, it's all broken for you?
    only verified bug was copy styles
    like there's a conflict with ctrl+alt+c, must be reserved for something else at the system level
    Adam Argyle
    @argyleink
    sup y'all, i'm nearly ready to massively ramp back into visbug. i've got a few things top of mind to add by 2020:
    • undo
    • pub/sub changes/selection api
    • draggable spacing
    • some form of panel UI
    what would you like to see done in 2020? what's highest priority visbug updates for you?
    Philip Durbin
    @pdurbin
    Can you please remind us if there's a Firefox version yet?
    Adam Argyle
    @argyleink
    met with them at chrome dev summit, they're still very aware of the limitation and they're hoping it gett fixed automatically after they revamp and update their addons to the latest extension spec (v3)
    Philip Durbin
    @pdurbin
    Ok, so "coming soon" in the README is still more or less accurate, it sounds like. Thanks.
    Adam Argyle
    @argyleink
    yeah.. they're very nice, but havent really moved the needle
    Philip Durbin
    @pdurbin
    You're making me wonder who "they" is. :) Anyway, Firefox support is my #1 for 2020, please. :)
    Hannah Blair
    @hannahblair
    hey! frontend dev here using visbug for the first time. it's awesome! just wondering if there is a way of copying/viewing all changes you've made to the DOM?
    Philip Durbin
    @pdurbin
    @hannahblair yes, VisBug is awesome. You should be able to see you changes at the bottom of each card like this: https://github.com/GoogleChromeLabs/ProjectVisBug/issues/296#issuecomment-466444877
    Hannah Blair
    @hannahblair
    @pdurbin legend, thanks a mil
    Adam Argyle
    @argyleink
    :smiley:
    Philip Durbin
    @pdurbin
    I still find myself using and loving VisBug! https://github.com/IQSS/dataverse/issues/7856#issuecomment-834498546
    Adam Argyle
    @argyleink
    same! i use it a couple times a week at least. so handy for all sorts of odds n ends =) glad you're still diggin it Philip!