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    Jonathan Neal
    Brian Saycocie
    @jonathantneal sorry I got your msg late! I'm still on my parental leave. I'm happy to see you were able to take Flexibility with you. Looks like 10up still has sanitize.css?
    Jonathan Neal
    Flexibility has a new release and lives, and 10up deserves lots of love for the support they provided.
    Then I got the new normalize.css release out today.
    Nick Mann
    Have there been issues when testing Flexibility from BrowserStack? The only css property working correctly seems to be flex-direction.
    I'm currently trying to get Flexibility working. Am using 2.0. The boxes onload are stacking on top in IE9. Anyone have any suggestions on why this might be happening?
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    Dominik Biedebach

    for me the responsive behaviour is not working.

    the script is firing once, but when used on resize with your demo provided in the support-markdown file, it won't work.

    All items are calculated once for the initial window size and don't change afterwards. Anything wrong here?

    William Cuba
    Hi everybody. Anyone know how to use flexibility in a react app?
    Headstart App
    @wilcus I'd love to know the same thing
    Flexibility is not working for me in IE8. Am i doing something wrong?
    i have a every basic ass question that i am hoping someone on here can save me some time
    using flexbox, i am making a navbar. it is essentially two li's
    i want these li's centred in the page
    is there a specific attribute to help facilitate this?
    i am a total css noob
    well, flexbox noob
    i am almost certain i have to reduce the content size, the flexbox goodness is just throwing me off
    nevermind, i fixed it
    parent component needed display: flex;
    child component alig-items: centered