[Webkit-unassigned] [Bug 166933] Web Inspector: spring function editor has unusual layout, should have left-aligned labels and slider tracks

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Wed Jan 11 12:55:42 PST 2017


--- Comment #2 from Devin Rousso <dcrousso+webkit at gmail.com> ---
(In reply to comment #0)
> I didn't even know we had this editor!


> - The sliders have no tracks. It makes it weird, I don't know the extent of
> where they go.

I think this is a regression, because the style was added in <https://webkit.org/b/148120> and I distinctly remember seeing it work.  It doesn't even show up in the styles sidebar anymore.

> - The sliders have no labels. You can enter a value much larger than the
> slider's max value (say, 1000), and it looks the same as if the slider was
> at 100. (Maybe it should rescale if a big value is entered manually.)

Would it make sense to have the slider be a relative slider, meaning one that always resets to the center and just allows for faster value changing?  Do you think we even need to keep the slider?

> - Not really about the layout, but it's often the case that the popover
> covers up the property declaration, so I can't see how the values are used
> in the syntax (spring syntax seems to differ from every other timing
> function).

I agree.  This happens a lot.  Not sure how to fix it though.

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