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Re: [csswg-drafts] Proposing new CSS primitives to enable great web experiences on foldable & dual-screen devices (#4736)

From: johnadney via GitHub <sysbot+gh@w3.org>
Date: Sat, 08 Aug 2020 03:49:05 +0000
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This stuff does not seem at all easy to use. I can't imagine that adoption by web developers would ever be all that high.

Is there any plan for something simple, like a css function that adjusts a size or coordinate to snap to a natural boundary position? Something like:

nav {
    --smallest-acceptable-width: 300px;
    --ideal-width: 40vw;
    --largest-acceptable-width: 60vw;
    width: natural(var(--smallest-acceptable-width), var(--ideal-width), var(--largest-acceptable-width));

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