It's not that difficult if you look how the other icons were created, but sometimes it's hard to create a good one.
Storybook is pretty much a tool for development components isolated from one to another. You can check our CONTRIBUTING.md also if you get interested into it. About the file change it's hard because I don't know exactly how are you coding it. If you don't want to use storybook, maybe if you can provide me a github repo or some steps I could help you more
hi, @zipzopzubitybop :raised_hand:
There are several ways.
<html> <head> <link rel="stylesheet" href="./node_modules/nes.css/css/nes.min.css"> </head> </html>
// style.scss @import "./node_modules/nes.css/css/nes.css"
// script.js import "nes.css/css/nes.min.css"
Could I put this question and answer on GitHub Issue?
For sure! I just marked all of the icon- and cursor-related PRs with labels so we can reference them more easily. We have NES.icons which is in production on several sites (to my recent surprise), so I think we should redirect people with icons to that library.
I agree, we should redirect the users and maybe start to deprecate the icons, or maybe put the icons we have right now in a separate bundle
And I'm in the same boat with Discord. I run several communities there already. The Gitter desktop and mobile apps are terrible anymore. Aven if I sign up, I won't get the kinds of notifications I actually care about. I'd much rather be on Discord where notifications work the way they're supposed to. 🤷🏻♂️
Agreed! Same here about the notifications
Used this like 2 years ago but it didn't have the reddit icon.
It seems like the main framework has a reddit icon but the icons fragment doesn't?