code.Antrikshy | Notes, tinkerings, experiments

A Succinct, CSS-Only Overflow Scroll Indicator


So, you’ve set an element to overflow: scroll with an explicit height. Now you have a scrollable space. Depending on the content in this space, it may not be entirely obvious that it is scrollable, unless the content happens to be obviously cut off. Here’s an example.

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The are all sorts of solutions to this on the web, but I didn’t want any surrounding HTML elements and more CSS to make them work. Here’s a quick CSS solution.

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Language Trends By Developer Type - Stack Overflow Developer Survey 2019


About two months ago, Stack Overflow released the results of their annual Developer Survey.

In the r/programming discussion of these results, a few folks were disappointed that Stack Overflow’s official analysis of the data did not separate popularity data for languages, platforms, frameworks etc. by developer type.

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So I waited for the dataset to be released under ODbL, and re-parsed the popularity numbers myself.

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Herman Miller Sayl Review, Plus Warranty Service Experience


This chair may not have the same icon status as some other Herman Miller designs (Aeron), but it still frequently gets screen time in TV and movies. I can’t blame those set designers; this chair makes a statement that few others do in the task chair space. And I always get giddy seeing it.

I moved into a new condo in late 2016. I wanted a modern look with the furnishing. Somehow, things fell into place such that I ended up with a white and red color scheme in the living room. Not too keen on waiting for a custom order from Herman Miller, I happened to find this perfect white and red trim of their Sayl chair on Amazon, sold by a seller named OfficeDesigns. We’ll come back to OfficeDesigns later.

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