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This morning a client contacted me with a strange problem. At first I couldn't reproduce it because I use Chrome but then I realized that it only affects Firefox and CKE fields. If you type some text and then press SHIFT+ENTER to insert a <br> then wirte some text in the second line and then place the cursor at the start of the second line and hit backspace, the cursor jumps to the wrong position. The clients content editors are extremely frustrated by this because they have to search for the cursor I can reproduce this behavior in almost all PW versions, even a clean install w
Wow I've started using it and I'm really impressed with how fast and responsive it is. Tab switching and startup is instant. On my PC, Chrome lags when scrolling on YouTube or on some sites occasionally, but on Quantum, everything feels buttery smooth. Design is quite nice and not in our face. RAM usage is way lower than Chrome, too. It'll be released on November 14, but a beta and dev edition is available if you want to test and see for yourself. https://www.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/quantum/
Howdey! Over the last weeks, I had some critical thoughts about processwires ui/ux feeling (relative sizing, overflow-x, hover-states, word-wrap:break-word) but also its stability. Last night I had the time to setup some new things. Good point for me to fiddle a bit around, with issues I've seen over the last months... ...short break: A lot of bugs, I've noticed earlier, are gone... @allcontributors I ♥ you! However, someone left over some bugs, for me ;-) I just ended up with an ugly and unstructured markdown file. No issues or pull-requests via git. The biggest reason, most things are