Recent twts in reply to #j5l4mla

I noticed some unnecessary horizontal rules being rendered at the bottom of twts in the conversation view lately with yarnd’s new design change. They can be seen at least when not being logged in. Not sure if it is the same experience with an active user session. I reckon there will be fork buttons then, so in that case they would be fine, indeed.

Unnecessarly rendered horizontal rules at bottom of twts

Unnecessarly rendered horizontal rules at bottom of twts

In fact, these lines are implemented as border-top CSS properties of twt-nav-classed <nav> containers. But the <nav>s are empty, so I would expect them not being there in the first place. Empty navigation doesn’t make much sense to me.

In any case, keep up the good work! :-)

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@mckinley@twtxt.net yes I saw no need for them and it was the easiest way to fix it.

In Danish there are an expression called “narrestreger” which literally means “fools strokes”. I have learned from my sister, who is a visual designer, that you should just avoid using “narrestreger” since it only needed if your design is bad to begin with. You should rater use more blank-space, typography or colors to indicate division instead of lines.

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