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Debugging a Flexbox issue that occurs on Windows 8.1 and Internet Explorer 11 is a combination from the deepest depths of hell and should stay in that same place forevermore. Especially if you're not working from a Windows computer - Which I don't.
Why the flying fucks and ducks are we still even supporting that crap???

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  • 5
    8.1 I can understand, but IE11? For fuck sake, does that even do anything useful with flexbox?
  • 2
    @epse sort of. It's supposed to be working, but it's so heavily bugged that Flexbox is listed as "partially supported" for IE11 only
  • 2
    @CoffeeNcode aka "working with floats would be nicer"
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  • 0
    Yeah, it supports and older version of the spec or something?
  • 1
    @ihatecomputers specs are normally backwards compatible, IE supports a working draft or something (correct me if I'm wrong)
  • 2
    Microsoft at least has free vms to test their legacy browsers: https://developer.microsoft.com/en-... I always use it, when I have to debug an IE11 issue.
  • 1
    @Wack yeah, you can forget about testing safari (which sometimes is even worse and sometimes is nicer)
  • 2
    @epse my favorite thing to debug is safari on an iphone ^^
  • 1
    @Wack yeah I know, I installed one. But debugging in IE11 is still really awful
  • 1
    @CoffeeNcode not sure if it still exist, but back in the day there was firebug lite, which as the name says is a light version of firebug, kind of the precursor to the dev tools of firefox, that could be added to any site/browser by js...
  • 2
    @ihatecomputers yes, with the right sass plugin 95% of the situations are solved already
  • 0
    @Codex404 which one is that (I need that too !)) And is there a webpack version of it?
  • 2
    @Wack i said sass, but meant webpack xD im not sure which one it is, im gonna look it up when I got time.
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