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Jim Welch commented on Jim Welch's post over 2 years

Rafi, nice to know about the Building Blocks feature—looking forward to it. Thanks for the centering reference, very helpful. Thanks!

Jim Welch commented on Jim Welch's post over 2 years

Thanks, Ede! This gives me a good start. Appreciate the help.

Jim Welch commented on Jim Welch's post over 2 years

Hi Corey. I believe I'm using version 2.2.1.
I was checking out FFE on GitHub and noticed some recent new commits on the develop branch that I wanted to update to. I'm new to GitHub, the CLI, and task managers so I wasn't sure the smartest way to update. I really appreciate your directions, including making a backup.
I noticed some interesting pull requests for things like adding "hollow" buttons and collapse classes, which I've manually added as a _fixes.scss file. I want to make sure I don't miss bug fixes and new features — what's the best way to watch for new pull requests so that I'm using the latest/greatest code?
Thanks!

Jim Welch commented on Jim Welch's post over 2 years

Found a solution by changing line-height value to percentage: https://github.com/zurb/foundation-emails/issues/590

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You commented on Jim Welch's post over 2 years

Rafi, nice to know about the Building Blocks feature—looking forward to it. Thanks for the centering reference, very helpful. Thanks!

You commented on Jim Welch's post over 2 years

Thanks, Ede! This gives me a good start. Appreciate the help.

You commented on Jim Welch's post over 2 years

Hi Corey. I believe I'm using version 2.2.1.
I was checking out FFE on GitHub and noticed some recent new commits on the develop branch that I wanted to update to. I'm new to GitHub, the CLI, and task managers so I wasn't sure the smartest way to update. I really appreciate your directions, including making a backup.
I noticed some interesting pull requests for things like adding "hollow" buttons and collapse classes, which I've manually added as a _fixes.scss file. I want to make sure I don't miss bug fixes and new features — what's the best way to watch for new pull requests so that I'm using the latest/greatest code?
Thanks!

You commented on Jim Welch's post over 2 years

Found a solution by changing line-height value to percentage: https://github.com/zurb/foundation-emails/issues/590

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