[IPython-dev] Just looking for feedback before PR

Matthias BUSSONNIER bussonniermatthias at gmail.com
Fri Nov 16 02:59:37 EST 2012

Le 16 nov. 2012 à 00:16, Carl Smith a écrit :

> Brian, I really need to book up on all these features. Since the
> Notebook came out, I've been doing a poor job of playing catchup. The
> docs are a bit lacking though. Unless I'm missing a load of paperwork,
> the documentation has fallen way behind.

I'm working on js doc now.

> I'm just discussing some day job stuff at the moment, but if it'll
> leave me enough free time, I think I'll start trying to bring the
> users' docs forward a bit. Though that'll probably require some more
> bandwidth from you guys.
>>> markdown <code> is 15px, <p> is 16px, looks weird.
> Matthias, I preferred this to having them the same size. The
> monospaced fonts look huge inline. I thought the slightly lower tops
> helped. I can change it back though. The main thing is to just
> distinguish the inline code from the regular text more, as the font
> change alone isn't visually striking enough.
That the opposite for me :-) inline code is smaller ! (cf screenshot) 

>>> other non uniformity in the MD cell with
>>> * *italics*
>>> * **boldfaced**
>>> * `monospaced`
>>> * [anchors](http://ipython.org)
>>> * lists like this one
>>>    * which can be nested
>>>        * arbitrarily
>>> * a range of headers
>>> * horizontal rules
>>> some text are 14px; other 15px
> Yeah, that's no good. I need to rethink changing font sizes
> altogether. Brian's not sure it makes sense to change them. See above.
>>> I would add a
>>> .text_cell p {
>>> • text-align: justify;
>>> }
>>> header go less far than cell on the right (cf headerAndCell screenshot attached)
> I hadn't seen that as an issue, but now you mention it, it'd make
> sense if they lined up properly. The screenshot really highlights how
> crap it looks at the moment.
>>> The 90° corner do not hurt my feelings.
> I liked the sharper edges too, at least on the h2 tags, but I'd really
> like to conform to Brian's plans for the overall look, so that'll have
> to be reconsidered. The h1 tags do look inconsistently sharp. Maybe,
> we can find some happy compromise.
>>> I once created a notebook with almost everything you can style. for example, you can add
>>> <div style='position:relative;top:10px'>
>>> <div class='ipython_tooltip' style='position:relative;'>Something inside</div>
>>> <div class="pretooltiparrow" style='position:relative;top:-73px'></div>
>>> </div>
>>> To a md cell and you have a false tooltip.
>>> I'll try to find it again or re-do it. It might be of help when testing css.
> It be good to see that if you can find it.
> I think we're all agreed that being able to use plain Markdown to
> create styled content is a winner, but all disagree on exactly how to
> implement it. I'll take on board everything that's been said and see
> if I can come up with something closer to what everyone wants. We can
> work from there tomorrow or something.

Thanks to you. 
> Thanks all
> Carl
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