Free CSS toolbox 1.2

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Free CSS toolbox 1.2

Postby bitwyse » Mon Nov 05, 2012 8:03 pm


First, thank you very much for "Free CSS toolbox" - it would be very useful.
But I have several questions;

1. There is a problem with the checker; it _always_ reports:
"Unknown font name "helvetica", possible spelling error" !
(That makes very many errors!)

2. I try to reformat a file and get
"The operation could not be performed due to following error:
Incomplete parameters in CallBeautifyCssDll."
It worked once...

3. Is there any way to change the format rules to put opening brackets on their own line?
Like for example
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    text-align : center;

4. Will you be releasing a draft CSS3 specification?
W3C validator and CSS portal already take it into account.
If so when? - and how to get it?
(For example I use '@font-face' and 'opacity'. These already work with all the common navigators and their validators recognise them.)

Thanks, regards
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Re: Free CSS toolbox 1.2

Postby Aivars » Mon Nov 05, 2012 8:37 pm

We are currently working on the new version for our code editors and most of your issues have been addressed in the development version. Since Free CSS Toolbox is derived from the editors, it can be released only after the editors are finished.

The only thing that hasn't been addressed is the bracket placement. The style you prefer seems to be unpopular for CSS because we haven't received requests about it before. If the demand picks up, we will consider it.
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Re: Free CSS toolbox 1.2

Postby bitwyse » Tue Nov 06, 2012 11:45 am


Thank you for your helpful reply.
I will look out for the new versions.

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Re: Free CSS toolbox 1.2

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Re: Free CSS toolbox 1.2

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