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10/05/2016 09:59:26 PM (3 years ago)
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  • Ticket #35395, comment 57

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    11@celloexpressions I'd like to look at removing the description text altogether (or at least cut it down significantly).  I agree with @folletto that it is a lot of visual noise for a person who uses this feature repeatedly, as most certainly will.  Also the point about precious space here makes a lot of sense.  I don't think a majority of users will need an explanation of CSS in the actual control, but I do understand your intent here to help make visual changes easier for less experienced users.
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    3 Also, I've moved the validation notifications so they only appear when trying to save the CSS.  The postMessage notifications (selective refresh) got pretty frustrating for me as the errors would appear while I was typing.  As you know, these push the textarea down on the page, and my eye had to constantly move around as the text validated.
     3Also, I've changed the validation notifications so they only appear when trying to save the CSS.  The postMessage notifications (selective refresh) got pretty frustrating for me as the errors would appear while I was typing.  As you know, these push the textarea down on the page, and my eye had to constantly move around as the text validated.
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    55So, when the CSS isn't valid, the notifications appear once the user clicks "Save & Publish."  Additionally, as you probably know, the errant value isn't saved until corrected.