Reviews for Live editor for CSS, Less & Sass - Magic CSS
Live editor for CSS, Less & Sass - Magic CSS by webextensions.org
- Rated 5 out of 5by Firefox user 14261495, a year agoAs someone who has problems with CSS, this add-on makes defining CSS a breeze. Great tool!
- Rated 5 out of 5by Moises Gorisch Bueno, 3 years agoExtremamente útil para mim, instalo em todos computadores do meu acesso.
- Rated 5 out of 5by cregox, 3 years agoboy, was it hard to find an extension able to do such a simple textarea trick to resize its size so i could print the full form to pdf on android! thanks for this wonderful extension!!
- Rated 5 out of 5by Firefox user 14475097, 4 years agoSuper efficient live editor !
I believe that an external window would be specially useful for Responsive design.
Changing the blue color to a more neutral dark-grey (#555 or so) could be good also to avoid style disturbing. A bit of material design wouldn't harm it either, while less important.
In fact to be ideal, you should offer a Light/Dark theme switcher where the whole layout would be White or dark, without borders, but a neat shadow ;-)
Thanks already for your work.
If you'd appreciate help for the UI CSS, ask me and I'll answer you with pleasure.
Developer responseposted 4 years agoGlad that you like it :-)
Possible features/changes are listed in the page at https://github.com/webextensions/live-css-editor/blob/master/TODO.md
Implementing that would be a bigger change. There is an existing workaround which can solve the use-case of editing in responsive design view to an ok-enough level. You can use the feature "Watch CSS files to apply changes automatically" and follow the instructions there to set it up. After that, open your file in any code editor and edit it. You changes would reflect immediately.
Providing light/dark theme:
That may need an alternative copy of the icons and the UI for it. Since that is extra effort, I'm currently lazy about it ;-)
Changing the background color to neutral dark-gray with appropriate shadow:
That can be done.
I've added your suggestions in the TODO file mentioned above, but may not be taking them up soon due to other listed priority tasks or time constraints. PRs are welcome :-)
- Rated 5 out of 5by LRDTAB, 5 years agoExtraordinaria herramienta para identificar los divs, spans, etc. Y asignarles estilo.
- Rated 5 out of 5by Firefox user 13994045, 5 years agoNice, can you make it that the code also works without opening the extension?
Developer responseposted 4 years agoThis is pending for the Firefox version of the extension due to Firefox bugs mentioned at https://github.com/webextensions/live-css-editor/blob/master/TODO.md#improvements
There is scope for adding some sort of workaround. That may be added later.
- Rated 5 out of 5by M. Möhling, 5 years agoWorks well, thank you. One issue, though; after cleaning the browser cache or after aborted browser sessions the stored custom css strings tend to get lost. Seems like the storage place for the add-on has a problem. Also, it takes a little too long to load.Glad that you like it :-)
1. Regarding storage - The styles that you type are stored in "localStorage". When you are cleaning the history, you may just uncheck the "Offline Website Data" option in the "Clear Recent History".
2. Regarding taking too long to load - This is partly an issue from our end because the whole extension consists of so many different files. We can optimize it by bundling the most of the code into just a few files. The reason for not attempting that was the fact that using minified code would make the approval process for Mozilla extension store take longer time. I believe that Mozilla's extension approval process has now become a lot more automated and faster. We may now be able to attempt a fix for this problem by bundling the application code without adding much delay to the update/release process. Though it might take a little time before we make that change.
- Rated 5 out of 5by William Guesser, 5 years agoGreat! Save my job! lol hahaha
Thank you Dev!!!
- Rated 5 out of 5by Firefox user 13660485, 5 years agoWonderful extension ! Makes me save a lot of time !
Is there a way to show it in a separated window ?:-)
That feature is not there yet. Mainly because there was no strong use case for that. Do you have any scenario where the current floating editor doesn't work well and you think a separate window would suit better ? Can those scenarios be fixed in the current floating editor ?
Kindly describe the issue/request at https://github.com/webextensions/live-css-editor by creating an issue there :-)
- Rated 5 out of 5by Firefox user 13595194, 5 years agoGreat extension. One question though. Can you make it so that the css you've written automatically get applied when you reload the page? This way you dont have to open the extension all the time. I intended to use this as a way to style pages online but I cannot find this feature.EDIT: This has been fixed and already available on Chrome version of this extension. I'll verify the changes for Firefox as well and publish it here soon.
Glad that you like it :-)
When the extension was created, the reason for not applying the CSS automatically was security concerns. The reason is explained at https://github.com/webextensions/live-css-editor/issues/2
It appears that what you are asking would be possible to do (with dynamic permissions API). I have added that as a TODO task at https://github.com/webextensions/live-css-editor/blob/master/TODO.md#improvements
Though it might take some time before I look into it.