~henriquehbr

https://henriquehbr.xyz

Part time open-sourcerer, linux enthusiast, Rust fanatic

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~henriquehbr/svelte-typewriter

Last active 5 months ago

~henriquehbr/ataraxis.lua

Last active 6 months ago

~henriquehbr/docker-experiment

Last active 1 year, 2 months ago

~henriquehbr/tagit

Last active 1 year, 2 months ago

~henriquehbr/lua-vs-vimscript

Last active 1 year, 2 months ago

~henriquehbr/nvim-startup.lua

Last active 1 year, 2 months ago

#7 on:done never fires when keepCursorOnFinish is true 5 months ago

Comment by ~henriquehbr on ~henriquehbr/svelte-typewriter

I'm glad to hear that, no worries, i can close it

REPORTED RESOLVED FIXED

#7 on:done never fires when keepCursorOnFinish is true 5 months ago

Comment by ~henriquehbr on ~henriquehbr/svelte-typewriter

After taking a closer look at the problem, i've discovered that this was happening exclusively on the concurrent mode, due to the fact that having keepCursorOnEnd while on this mode, prevented the longest (and thus, the last) paragraph from having it's class replaced to finish-typing, which is a requirement for triggering the done event

This has been fixed and it's now published under version 3.1.5, feel free to test the new release and close this issue if it solves the problem for you

#7 on:done never fires when keepCursorOnFinish is true 5 months ago

bug added by ~henriquehbr on ~henriquehbr/svelte-typewriter

#7 on:done never fires when keepCursorOnFinish is true 5 months ago

~henriquehbr assigned ~henriquehbr to #7 on ~henriquehbr/svelte-typewriter

#7 on:done never fires when keepCursorOnFinish is true 5 months ago

Comment by ~henriquehbr on ~henriquehbr/svelte-typewriter

Hey there, thanks for reporting this bug, i've managed to reproduce it, and i'll work on a fix to it as soon as possible, also, i've edited your question to include code formatting, apparently sourcehut currently doesn't supports editing the description or title of an issue

#1 Broken plugin 6 months ago

Comment by ~henriquehbr on ~henriquehbr/ataraxis.lua

Well thought! i had completely forgotten that the README includes a link to the old GitHub repo, thanks for the reminder, i've already updated it

REPORTED RESOLVED CLOSED

#1 Broken plugin 6 months ago

on ~henriquehbr/ataraxis.lua

Hey there! you can find it here: https://git.sr.ht/~henriquehbr/lua-helpers just keep in mind that it's been quite a while since i had the time to do any work on it (or any other lua/neovim related project of mine), so there's always a possibility of something breaking

In the future, when searching for my (or someone's else) projects, you can go to their https://git.sr.ht/~username page, from there you can search any repo from that specific person, it's also worth noting that https://sr.ht/~henriquehbr (without the "git" subdomain) only lists projects not repositories

#1 Broken plugin 6 months ago

Comment by ~henriquehbr on ~henriquehbr/ataraxis.lua

Hey there! you can find it here: https://git.sr.ht/~henriquehbr/lua-helpers just keep in mind that it's been quite a while since i had the time to do any work on it (or any other lua/neovim related project of mine), so there's always a possibility of something breaking

In the future, when searching for my (or someone's else) projects, you can go to their https://git.sr.ht/~username page, from there you can search any repo from that specific person, it's also worth noting that https://sr.ht/~henriquehbr (without the "git" subdomain) only lists projects not repositories

#6 Eventlistener not working 8 months ago

Comment by ~henriquehbr on ~henriquehbr/svelte-typewriter

No worries, it happens to the best of us, a nice day for you too!

REPORTED RESOLVED CLOSED

#6 Eventlistener not working 8 months ago

Comment by ~henriquehbr on ~henriquehbr/svelte-typewriter

Correct me if i'm wrong, but maybe that's because you forgot the = after on:done?

I've tried reproducing it with a simple example and it worked fine:

<script>
	import Typewriter from 'svelte-typewriter'
	
	const eventHandler = () => console.log('a')
</script>

<Typewriter on:done={eventHandler}>
	<h1>Hello world!</h1>
</Typewriter>