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To be clear, concise, and avoid ambiguity in documentation provides assurance and consumers of the documentation. Certainly with technical documentation, the author should strive to avoid ambiguity. I would go further and refer to a forward-slash (/) and other punctuation (e.g. full-stop (.), exclamation mark (!), etc.) containing the character between ...


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I think it's all about well designed, curated and developed design system. line-height is correlated with typography. Example this dribbble picture. In .scss preprocessors it's possible to define variables (developers, usually do more intelligent/complex issues than styling so this may be the mess you mentioned) It's possible to define line-height on a ...


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I'm not a fan of using lorem at all (except in apps for designers). Users can be confused and distracted by this dummy text and it might not accurately model the context that the user is making these text adjustments too. It's best to use an actual example, though not necessarily "live" text, so users can get an accurate preview of how their settings would ...


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