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    Sarbbottam Bandyopadhyay
    @sarbbottam

    object-fit

    @tom76kimo @jitendravyas I couldn't find any at https://github.com/acss-io/atomizer/blob/master/src/rules.js

    Jitendra Vyas
    @jitendravyas
    Gitter is not something most of the people usually visit. I think we need to make ACSS community active. I created a slack group https://atomiccss.slack.com let me know if would like to chat there. Send me your emails to jitendra.web@gmail.com so I can send invites
    @src-code @renatoi Does anyone have AtomicCSS twitter account credentials, we should keep the momentum on the twitter
    Sarbbottam Bandyopadhyay
    @sarbbottam
    Great initiative @jitendravyas
    :clap:
    Also it will be nice to connect slack and gitter room. https://gitter.im/w3c/a11ySlackers does similar things
    Jitendra Vyas
    @jitendravyas
    Sure we can do
    Sarbbottam Bandyopadhyay
    @sarbbottam
    I wish Thierry Koblentz was in this channel.
    Jitendra Vyas
    @jitendravyas
    Me too.
    Jitendra Vyas
    @jitendravyas
    @sarbbottam send me ur email
    Sarbbottam Bandyopadhyay
    @sarbbottam
    IMed ...
    Seth Bertalotto
    @redonkulus
    @thierryk I believe he is
    @sarbbottam its not in infinite hibernation, just this chat room :). I don't think @src-code gets the actual pings. At Yahoo, we atomic everywhere, so it is not going anywhere.
    Sarbbottam Bandyopadhyay
    @sarbbottam
    :wave: @redonkulus
    Trần Duy Báu
    @trdbau_gitlab
    Hello guys, I'm new at Atomizer. So let start, Can anyone in here tell me how to use CDN or something like this way?
    Seth Bertalotto
    @redonkulus
    @trdbau_gitlab So atomizer is just a utility to build your css. It doesn’t offer a generic library on cdn. You have to generate your own css using atomizer and then push it to cdn yourself.
    Trần Duy Báu
    @trdbau_gitlab
    @redonkulus oh thank for that, wish someday that we have a atomizer.js or something like that
    Seth Bertalotto
    @redonkulus
    Most output of atomizer is too specific to the applications own css. I’m not sure a library would be necessary. If anything, it would include styles you don’t need.
    Tornike Shavidze
    @ShavidzeT
    Hi,
    Do have any suggestion for atomizer auto-completion on vue (vscode) ?
    Sarbbottam Bandyopadhyay
    @sarbbottam
    @ShavidzeT ^
    Seth Bertalotto
    @redonkulus
    @src-code is also going to work on a new one as well for vscode. Hopefully we have something soon to show.
    Sarbbottam Bandyopadhyay
    @sarbbottam
    Is there a place/process to discuss feature requests or is it GitHub issue?
    Seth Bertalotto
    @redonkulus
    GitHub issue is the best way
    Sarbbottam Bandyopadhyay
    @sarbbottam
    Sounds good!
    Sarbbottam Bandyopadhyay
    @sarbbottam
    looking forward to thoughts and guidance :pray:
    Tornike Shavidze
    @ShavidzeT
    @sarbbottam thanks for your suggestions, atomic-css-search looks very interesting for me, second repo your provide me, has only html ext support, I want to quickly type acss classes in my vue files.
    Sarbbottam Bandyopadhyay
    @sarbbottam
    @redonkulus @src-code is the any thing that I can help with acss-io/atomizer#346
    GvinianidzeGivi
    @GvinianidzeGivi
    pls help, how integrate ACSS in angular? :(:(:(::(
    Thierry Koblentz
    @thierryk

    Happy New Year @all

    FYI: I moved the ACSS QA I had in my repo to https://github.com/acss-io/acss-site/discussions

    Stay safe!

    Seth Bertalotto
    @redonkulus
    Awesome. Good work @thierryk
    Thierry Koblentz
    @thierryk
    Thanks @redonkulus for suggesting that move
    "Atomic CSS" is now "Atomic CSS on Steroids" and ACSS stands for Atomized CSS.
    \w00t/
    https://twitter.com/7h1322yk0813n72/status/1356761459179495424
    Sebastian Landwehr
    @dword-design
    Hey folks, what's actually the current state of this project? Is it actively maintained?
    Thierry Koblentz
    @thierryk
    Sebastian Landwehr
    @dword-design
    @thierryk Ok that's great! What about webpack-atomizer-loader? I wrote a Nuxt.js module that allows to use ACSS in a Nuxt app. It uses the loader but needs some additional features regarding config passing. I added 2 PRs some months ago. Would be great to have them merged.
    Thierry Koblentz
    @thierryk
    @redonkulus @src-code @roderickhsiao could one of you guys check @dword-design's PRs?
    That would be awesome. TIA!
    Ricardo Santos
    @rs_silvaba_twitter
    Hi All, I was just checking out atomizer wondering if it is possible to have multiple combinators? I did not find anything like that in the docs or on the github issues.
    Ex: input:checked ~ anotherclass > childclass { background-color: black}
    Thierry Koblentz
    @thierryk
    @rs_silvaba_twitter I don't think using multiple combinators works. In your example, it would be something like foo:c~bar>Bgc(#000).
    Can you open an issue? https://github.com/acss-io/atomizer/issues
    Ricardo Santos
    @rs_silvaba_twitter
    Thierry Koblentz
    @thierryk
    @rs_silvaba_twitter thanks!
    Ricardo Santos
    @rs_silvaba_twitter
    Are there any ways we can change the rule set to have custom delimiters? so instead of having parentheses I can place a different separator? that does not need to be escaped for example.
    Thierry Koblentz
    @thierryk
    Hi @rs_silvaba_twitter out of curiosity, what separator do you have in mind?
    Also, it just turned this on: https://github.com/acss-io/atomizer/discussions you may want to post there
    Ricardo Santos
    @rs_silvaba_twitter
    @thierryk anything that does not need to be escaped in the css, like ".Bgc-{{value}}" "Bgc_{{value}}" the second option is used for combinators so probably would not work, but you got the idea.
    Thierry Koblentz
    @thierryk

    @rs_silvaba_twitter

    anything that does not need to be escaped in the css

    What's wrong with escaping? Atomizer is doing that job, so it's pretty transparent to the author.
    If you want to create a rich syntax you need to rely on "special" characters.
    There may be a reason why you don't really have a suggestion for replacing the "()" with characters that don't need to be escaped.
    We went through this very exercise years ago and we ended up picking "()", which was very unpopular at the time - but, to us, those characters were the ones that delivered the most.

    Ricardo Santos
    @rs_silvaba_twitter
    Nothing wrong with it. It works great and got the job that I wanted to do done. I created my own rules, config and helpers . I just wondered because normally autocomplete will get the rules escaped which is not what I want. Let me know if you know how to get the autocomplete working nicely with atomizer.
    Thierry Koblentz
    @thierryk

    I just wondered because normally autocomplete will get the rules escaped which is not what I want. Let me know if you know how to get the autocomplete working nicely with atomizer.

    Autocomplete within an IDE? Inside a stylesheet?
    Sorry, I'm not sure I understand what you mean here.

    Ricardo Santos
    @rs_silvaba_twitter
    @thierryk from the html or jsx. not the stylesheet. They are generated so not the case. But for example, styles that are already generated comes with all the escaping chars.
    But of course that is not issue just a feature I wondered is there.