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[email protected] commented on Julian Warren's post almost 3 years

Just remove was from your gulp file. It's some were near line 40.
gulp.task('mail',

gulp.series('build', creds, mail));
 

[email protected] commented on Louis Stephens's post about 3 years

Louis is what I have used to allow for multiple projects:
 
http://foundation.zurb.com/forum/posts/42714-multiple-emails-per-project

[email protected] commented on Louis Stephens's post about 3 years

the app and settings files are necessary, because they are part of the core setup. If you want tot import colors you can create a _colors.scss file and add it to the settings.
 
if you do add a file for colors it must be added to the top of your settings file:
// Foundation for Emails Settings
// ------------------------------
//
// Table of Contents:
//
// 1. Global
// 2. Grid
// 3. Block Grid
// 4. Typography
// 5. Button
// 6. Callout
// 7. Menu
// 8. Thumbnail

@import 'colors';

[email protected] commented on Louis Stephens's post about 3 years

the app and settings files are necessary, because they are part of the core setup. If you want tot import colors you can create a _colors.scss file and add it to the settings.
 
if you do add a file for colors it must be added to the top of your settings file:
// Foundation for Emails Settings
// ------------------------------
//
// Table of Contents:
//
// 1. Global
// 2. Grid
// 3. Block Grid
// 4. Typography
// 5. Button
// 6. Callout
// 7. Menu
// 8. Thumbnail

@import 'colors';

[email protected] commented on Louis Stephens's post about 3 years

look in: _settings.scss. It uses the variables below, on approx line 20, to set your button colors:
 
$primary-color: $colorvariable or hex color number; 
$secondary-color: $colorvariable or hex color number;
$success-color: $colorvariable or hex color number;
$warning-color: $colorvariable or hex color number; 
 

[email protected] commented on MB's post about 3 years

I'm not a windows person, but try reinstalling node, to the stable version. Foundation is not at version 6 yet. I forgot to mention that may have been what helped me fix my issue. 

[email protected]atwork.org commented on MB's post about 3 years

MB, I ran into that issue, over the weekend. I terminated the node process in my system. Restarted. And spun it up again, seemed to resolve itself. The npm start command is problematic. Corey had mentioned in another posted that to go this way: 
When you first start a project
foundation build 
Working on an email use
foundation watchThis works best for me.
 

[email protected] commented on MB's post about 3 years

MB, I ran into that issue, over the weekend. I terminated the node process in my system. Restarted. And spun it up again, seemed to resolve itself. The npm start command is problematic. Corey had mentioned in another posted that to go this way: 
When you first start a project
foundation build 
Working on an email use
foundation watchThis works best for me.
 

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  • F2 Emails Request

    By Julian Warren

    AWSemail test

    Rafi, Would it be possible to alter the script for >npm run mail 1. So that it ignored AWS storage when AWS not configured, for those who don't use AWS but host themselves. 2. Stay running so that changes to code keep sending mails in the same way ... (continued)

    Last Reply by [email protected] almost 3 years ago




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  • EventEmitter memory leak

    By MB

    Foundationemail

    hi, just getting started with this email framework on my win 64 machine and everytime I run the "foundation new --framework" command in the node cmd prompt I get a host of EventEmitter memory leak detected errors. It can take more than 5 minutes for the s... (continued)

    Last Reply by [email protected] about 3 years ago


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You commented on Julian Warren's post almost 3 years

Just remove was from your gulp file. It's some were near line 40.
gulp.task('mail',

gulp.series('build', creds, mail));
 

You commented on Louis Stephens's post about 3 years

Louis is what I have used to allow for multiple projects:
 
http://foundation.zurb.com/forum/posts/42714-multiple-emails-per-project

You commented on Louis Stephens's post about 3 years

the app and settings files are necessary, because they are part of the core setup. If you want tot import colors you can create a _colors.scss file and add it to the settings.
 
if you do add a file for colors it must be added to the top of your settings file:
// Foundation for Emails Settings
// ------------------------------
//
// Table of Contents:
//
// 1. Global
// 2. Grid
// 3. Block Grid
// 4. Typography
// 5. Button
// 6. Callout
// 7. Menu
// 8. Thumbnail

@import 'colors';

You commented on Louis Stephens's post about 3 years

the app and settings files are necessary, because they are part of the core setup. If you want tot import colors you can create a _colors.scss file and add it to the settings.
 
if you do add a file for colors it must be added to the top of your settings file:
// Foundation for Emails Settings
// ------------------------------
//
// Table of Contents:
//
// 1. Global
// 2. Grid
// 3. Block Grid
// 4. Typography
// 5. Button
// 6. Callout
// 7. Menu
// 8. Thumbnail

@import 'colors';

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You commented on Louis Stephens's post about 3 years

look in: _settings.scss. It uses the variables below, on approx line 20, to set your button colors:
 
$primary-color: $colorvariable or hex color number; 
$secondary-color: $colorvariable or hex color number;
$success-color: $colorvariable or hex color number;
$warning-color: $colorvariable or hex color number; 
 

You commented on MB's post about 3 years

I'm not a windows person, but try reinstalling node, to the stable version. Foundation is not at version 6 yet. I forgot to mention that may have been what helped me fix my issue. 

You commented on MB's post about 3 years

MB, I ran into that issue, over the weekend. I terminated the node process in my system. Restarted. And spun it up again, seemed to resolve itself. The npm start command is problematic. Corey had mentioned in another posted that to go this way: 
When you first start a project
foundation build 
Working on an email use
foundation watchThis works best for me.
 

You commented on MB's post about 3 years

MB, I ran into that issue, over the weekend. I terminated the node process in my system. Restarted. And spun it up again, seemed to resolve itself. The npm start command is problematic. Corey had mentioned in another posted that to go this way: 
When you first start a project
foundation build 
Working on an email use
foundation watchThis works best for me.
 

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