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Found it; never mind. But finding your own timeline is a bit unintuitive: you have to search for yourself.

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There was a tweet here, and I retweeted it, about UC and Chromium 57. But now I can't find it.
Can I access my own retweets somewhere?

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UC browser is based on Chromium 57 now apparently. Before that it was a fork of WebKit dating from before the Blink split (AFAIK). plus.ucweb.com/

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OK, I admit I haven't been here for months.

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Anyone have an iPhone (no iPad!) with 10.3.1 and wants to do one quick test for me?

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Oh right, have to update iOS10. The latest odes support error messages - I think.

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First finding: Safari iOS does not support minlength. I don't care, but a note has to be made.

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Doing form validation tests on mobile today. If I don't reply you know why.

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BTW, that link to my latest test results was a Mastodon exclusive. Has not yet appeared on Twitter.

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Desktop part of form validation research done
quirksmode.org/dom/forms/
Unless I think of more research questions.
Which may very well happen.

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Wow. No browser supports checkValidity() on a fieldset - except for UC for Windows. Go figure. Good I run these tests.

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Or standard makers. Whatever.

My latest discovery: textarea doesn't allow a pattern attribute. Fucky fuck.

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Why are browser makers such idiotic morons sometimes?

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Why are Constraint Validation API and related functionalities so badly designed and implemented? This must be the fifth day I'm testing it, and browsers just seem to do random stuff.

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And this is CSS Day. cssday.nl

It's going to be a very nice conference.

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41,703 accounts
+8,172 in the last day
+18,732 in the last week

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Found the setting. Was not in Settings. Obviously.
Instead, it was in the guitar-tab hamburger menu above the notifications panel.

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OK, so the notifications here give that weird noise that I've been hearing for the past few days. I first thought of Russian spies infiltrating my camera, but the explanation is fortunately mundane.
Now to figure out how to turn it off.

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