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Elliott Regan commented on Kevin Ball's post over 3 years

Corey, 
I'm using @2x sized images, and depending on the browser/email client, the images will either blow up to 100% width (thanks for _normalize.scss) or respect the width attribute that I need to manually add. Since I need to manually set the width attribute on images so they don't display at 2x their intended size, I can't change the size of the image at different breakpoints. I would love to see how you handle @2x images in your emails using Foundation, and hopefully I am just going about it all wrong.
 
As for the buttons, Outlook does all sorts of stuff with them. I'm OK with border-radius getting dropped on some clients, but the padding around the text gets dropped on Outlook.com.
 
Can you use special unicode characters? Apostrophes get converted to ' which is just all sorts of wrong. Any other non-alphanumeric character gets the same treatment, so I need to manually replace every instance after building. 

Elliott Regan commented on Kevin Ball's post over 3 years

Mark, a grid using calc() is too much for email clients to handle. 
Colaborati, this post is about Foundation for Emails, not Sites. Even so, I agree with everything you said. Foundation for Emails is full of show-stopping bugs that need to be fixed before any new features get implemented.
 
Kevin, just fix the bugs before adding new languages or whatever. Currently I can't use any special unicode characters (like apostrophes or ©), buttons don't always retain their shape, and there is no clear way to handle responsive images. 

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Corey, 
I'm using @2x sized images, and depending on the browser/email client, the images will either blow up to 100% width (thanks for _normalize.scss) or respect the width attribute that I need to manually add. Since I need to manually set the width attribute on images so they don't display at 2x their intended size, I can't change the size of the image at different breakpoints. I would love to see how you handle @2x images in your emails using Foundation, and hopefully I am just going about it all wrong.
 
As for the buttons, Outlook does all sorts of stuff with them. I'm OK with border-radius getting dropped on some clients, but the padding around the text gets dropped on Outlook.com.
 
Can you use special unicode characters? Apostrophes get converted to ' which is just all sorts of wrong. Any other non-alphanumeric character gets the same treatment, so I need to manually replace every instance after building. 

You commented on Kevin Ball's post over 3 years

Mark, a grid using calc() is too much for email clients to handle. 
Colaborati, this post is about Foundation for Emails, not Sites. Even so, I agree with everything you said. Foundation for Emails is full of show-stopping bugs that need to be fixed before any new features get implemented.
 
Kevin, just fix the bugs before adding new languages or whatever. Currently I can't use any special unicode characters (like apostrophes or ©), buttons don't always retain their shape, and there is no clear way to handle responsive images. 

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