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  • Compass Rails 3.0 working with 'compass watch' but not without

    - by Mike Blyth
    I'm trying Compass with Rails 3.0.7, just trying to get started. Using gem compass-rails. If I put my sass file in app/assets/stylesheets and run 'compass watch', everything works ok: the compiled css is put into public/stylesheets. However, if I stop 'watch' and rely on Rails to do the compilation, it does not work. Instead, the program looks at the public/stylesheets/sass folder for the input. Furthermore, if a file in that folder has the '@include "compass"' directive, I get an error that the file is not found. How do I force Rails to look in the right place -- app/assets/stylesheets?

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  • Compass accuracy dilemma

    - by mob1lejunkie
    I need to build compass for my application. From reading the documentation it seems there are two reasonable ways of doing this: Sensor.TYPE_ORIENTATION method: This is the easy way of doing it. The problem with this is it is not accurate. When I compare my reading with Snaptic Compass it is about 10-15 degress off which for my purposes is unacceptable. Sensor.TYPE_ACCELEROMETER, Sensor.TYPE_MAGNETIC_FIELD and getRotationMatrix() in conjunction with remapCoordinateSystem() and getOrientation() method: The documentation says this "is usually more accurate". The problem is regardless of the delay I register with listener the compass goes crazy even when the device is stationary on flat surface. Any suggestions for solving this problem will be greatly appreciated.

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  • rails + compass: advantages vs using haml + blueprint directly

    - by egarcia
    I've got some experience using haml (+sass) on rails projects. I recently started using them with blueprintcss - the only thing I did was transform blueprint.css into a sass file, and started coding from there. I even have a rails generator that includes all this by default. It seems that Compass does what I do, and other things. I'm trying to understand what those other things are - but the documentation/tutorials weren't very clear. These are my conclusions: Compass comes with built-in sass mixins that implement common CSS idioms, such as links with icons or horizontal lists. My solution doesn't provide anything like that. (1 point for Compass). Compass has several command-line options: you can create a rails project, but you can also "install" it on an existing rails project. A rails generator could be personalized to do the same thing, I guess. (Tie). Compass has two modes of working with blueprint: "basic" and "semantic" usage. I'm not clear about the differences between those. With my rails generator I only have one mode, but it seems enough. (Tie) Apparently, Compass is prepared to use other frameworks, besides blueprint (e.g. YUI). I could not find much documentation about this, and I'm not interested on it anyway - blueprint is ok for me (Tie). Compass' learning curve seems a bit stiff and the documentation seems sparse. Learning could be a bit difficult. On the other hand, I know the ins and outs of my own system and can use it right away. (1 point for my system). With this analysis, I'm hesitant to give Compass a try. Is my analysis correct? Are Am I missing any key points, or have I evaluated any of these points wrongly?

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  • compass-rails 1.03 - TypeError: can't convert nil into String

    - by Romiko
    I am running: ruby 1.9.3p392 (2013-02-22) [i386-mingw32] compass-rails 1.0.3 I used the Windows RailsInstaller to install Ruby on Rails Gemfile group :assets do gem 'sass-rails', '~> 3.2.3' gem 'coffee-rails', '~> 3.2.1' gem 'compass-rails','~> 1.0.2' # See https://github.com/sstephenson/execjs#readme for more supported runtimes # gem 'therubyracer', :platforms => :ruby gem 'uglifier', '>= 1.0.3' end I am currently experiencing issues importing sprites. My sprites are in: assets/images/source in my _shared.scss file I have: //Sprites @import "./source/*.png"; $source-sprite-dimensions: true; In my application.scss I have: /* * This is a manifest file that'll be compiled into application.css, which will include all the files * listed below. * * Any CSS and SCSS file within this directory, lib/assets/stylesheets, vendor/assets/stylesheets, * or vendor/assets/stylesheets of plugins, if any, can be referenced here using a relative path. * * You're free to add application-wide styles to this file and they'll appear at the top of the * compiled file, but it's generally better to create a new file per style scope. * *= require_self */ @import "_shared.scss"; @import "baseline.scss"; @import "global.scss"; @import "normalize.scss"; @import "print.scss"; @import "desktop.scss"; @import "tablet.scss"; @import "home.css.scss"; I am also using rails server and not compass watcher. However when I browse to the page at localhost:3000/assets/application.css, I get the following error: body:before { font-weight: bold; content: "\000a TypeError: can't convert nil into String\000a (in c:\002f RangerRomOnRails\002f RangerRom\002f app\002f assets\002f stylesheets\002f desktop.scss)"; } body:after { content: "\000a C:\002f RailsInstaller\002f Ruby1.9.3\002f lib\002f ruby\002f gems\002f 1.9.1\002f gems\002f compass-0.12.2\002f lib\002f compass\002f sass_extensions\002f functions\002f image_size.rb:17:in `extname'"; } Here is the full stack trace: compass (0 .12.2) lib/compass/sass_extensions/functions/image_size.rb:17:in `extname' compass (0.12.2) lib/compass/sass_extensions/functions/image_size.rb:17:in `initialize' compass (0.12.2) lib/compass/sass_extensions/functions/image_size.rb:50:in `new' compass (0.12.2) lib/compass/sass_extensions/functions/image_size.rb:50:in `image_dimensions' compass (0.12.2) lib/compass/sass_extensions/functions/image_size.rb:4:in 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`call' rack (1.4.5) lib/rack/handler/webrick.rb:59:in `service' C:/RailsInstaller/Ruby1.9.3/lib/ruby/1.9.1/webrick/httpserver.rb:138:in `service' C:/RailsInstaller/Ruby1.9.3/lib/ruby/1.9.1/webrick/httpserver.rb:94:in `run' C:/RailsInstaller/Ruby1.9.3/lib/ruby/1.9.1/webrick/server.rb:191:in `block in start_thread'

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  • Grails/Compass question - How can I change the compqass Connection to point to a different directory

    - by ombud
    Hi, I use the Searchable plugin with Grails I have the need to change the directory to which Compass points to, depending upon a UI choice by the user. Normally, this value is set in the compassConnection variable of the searchable map in grails-app/conf/Searchable.groovy, like so, and gets called at app startup time: searchable { compassConnection = new File( "/path/to/index/file/directory" ).absolutePath ... } To do what I need to do, I think that I need to get a handle into the compass config variable and then call config.setConnection("/new/path/to/index/dir") I don't know how I can get a reference to the config compass variable Am I right in assuming that I need to call setConnection(String) only, or is(are) there any other step(s) I need to take? Really appreciate any help that I can get, Shailen

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  • Have boost effect on lucene/compass field search.

    - by PeterP
    Hi there, In our compass mapping, we're boosting "better" documents to push them up in the list of search results. Something like this: <boost name="boostFactor" default="1.0"/> <property name="name"><meta-data>name</meta-data></property> While this works fine for fulltext search, it does not when doing a field search, e.g. the boost is ignored when searching something like name:Peter Is there any way to enable boosting for field searches? Thanks for your help and sorry if this is a dumb question - I am new to Lucene/Compass. Best regards, Peter

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  • Displaying desired properties from search results with grails compass

    - by ombud
    Hi, I've been stumped with the problem of displaying a selected set of properties returned as a result via a Compass query in grails. I have 300 columns in my domain class and what I'd like to do is to return ONLY THOSE values I specify (around 10 - 15 properties/fields/columns). All the 300 columns have been indexed, btw. I know I can do this using Lucene by cycling through returned hits and selectively calling a=getField(column_name), et c. My qiuestion is, how do I do the same thing using thee Compass Grails plugin ? Any help will gratefully be appreciated. Thanks in anticipation, Ombud

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  • nested columns in compass/sass

    - by corroded
    I've been studying compass and while it is a fun thing to play with and use, one thing bothers me(besides being unable to add padding as it wrecks the grid), how do I nest columns? I want to be able to do what blueprint does: nest containers like say, I have a 24-column page divided in two(17 and 7 columns). In the right part of that page(the one with 7 columns), I want to divided some elements into two(2 and 5 columns). I tried this: #main +container #main-content +column(17) +box-padding(17, 10px) :margin :right 0 #sidebar +column(7, true) +box-padding(7, 10px) That's the code for the main page. The sidebar contains a list with some labels and input fields li +container :margin :bottom 5px label +column(2) :margin :right 0 input +column(5, true) It kinda works, but inspecting the li in firebug shows that it's width is actually 950px as opposed to be just 270px since it is just 7 columns. I tried googling about nested columns but I can't seem to find any example in compass. I've also tried the wiki and the documentation to no avail.

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  • Compass, Haml alongside Sass installation took over ERB, need to reverse

    - by Nik
    Hi all, I've been trying out Compass for a few days now, and just now I ran into some strange problem: The past few days, as usual, whenever I use my textmate shortcut to create a partial if not already created, that partial will be created in .erb format, but then just now, a few minutes ago, I have no idea what I have done, when I tried to create a new partial, it is prompting me to create one that ends with .haml. when I didn't create that and manually created a .erb partial with all the code that was suppose to go in there, I tried to load the page that uses that partial, it says the partial is missing. That kind of tells me now Rails is looking for Haml templates instead of erb templates. That means all my other partials are useless. And indeed they have become!!! I don't know how this happened. It was working fine with ERB just minutes ago, and suddenly Haml took over and demand all partials be written in it. So my question: Can I keep both Haml and Erb in one Rails application and use mostly erb except for Sass/compass related files? Where in Rails does it state what templating format (erb | haml) it should use? Thanks!

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  • iphone compass tilt compensation

    - by m01d
    hi, has anybody already programmed a iphone compass heading tilt compensation? i have got some approaches, but some help or a better solution would be cool! FIRST i define a vector Ev, calculated out of the cross product of Gv and Hv. Gv is a gravity vector i build out of the accelerometer values and Hv is an heading vector built out the magnetometer values. Ev stands perpendicular on Gv and Hv, so it is heading to horizonatl East. SECOND i define a vector Rv, calculated out of the cross product Bv and Gv. Bv is my looking vector and it is defined as [0,0,-1]. Rv is perpendicular to Gv and Bv and shows always to the right. THIRD the angle between these two vectors, Ev and Rv, should be my corrected heading. to calculate the angle i build the dot product and thereof the arcos. phi = arcos ( Ev * Rv / |Ev| * |Rv| ) Theoretically it should work, but maybe i have to normalize the vectors?! Has anybody got a solution for this? Thanks, m01d

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  • Android Compass orientation on unreliable (Low pass filter)

    - by madsleejensen
    Hi all Im creating an application where i need to position a ImageView depending on the Orientation of the device. I use the values from a MagneticField and Accelerometer Sensors to calculate the device orientation with SensorManager.getRotationMatrix(rotationMatrix, null, accelerometerValues, magneticFieldValues) SensorManager.getOrientation(rotationMatrix, values); double degrees = Math.toDegrees(values[0]); My problem is that the positioning of the ImageView is very sensitive to changes in the orientation. Making the imageview constantly jumping around the screen. (because the degrees change) I read that this can be because my device is close to things that can affect the magneticfield readings. But this is not the only reason it seems. I tried downloading some applications and found that the "3D compass" application remains extremely steady in its readings, i would like the same behavior in my application. I read that i can tweak the "noise" of my readings by adding a "Low pass filter", but i have no idea how to implement this (because of my lack of Math). Im hoping someone can help me creating a more steady reading on my device, Where a little movement to the device wont affect the current orientation. Right now i do a small if (Math.abs(lastReadingDegrees - newReadingDegrees) > 1) { updatePosition() } To filter abit of the noise. But its not working very well :)

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  • iOS : Creating a 3D Compass

    - by Md. Abdul Munim
    Originally posted here: iOS : Creating a 3D Compass Hi everybody, Quite new in this forum.Posted the same question in stackoverflow and there some people suggested to shift it here, so that I can get a quick help from more specialists in this regard. So what's the big matter? Actually, I want to make a 3D metal compass in iOS which will have a movable cover. That is when you touch it by 3 fingers and try to move your fingers upward the cover keeps moving with your fingers and after certain distance it gets opened.Once you pull it down using 3 fingers again, it gets closed.I can not attach an image here as I don't have that much reputation. So I request you to check the original question at stack overflow that I linked at top. Is it possible using core animations and CALayers? Or would I have to use OpenGL ES? Please someone help me out, I am badly in need of it.And I need to complete it asap!

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  • How to build compass in sublime text 2

    - by aurel
    I downloaded this package which allows use to build compass in though sublime text by pressing cmd+b. I created a sass file, made sure compass is selected from the tools build system compass menu. But when I press cmd+b the file does not compile and I get no error. I only get [Finished in 0.0s with exit code 1]. However I also tested to build the code with sass (tools build system sass) and it works fine. Do I need to do anything to the sass file for compass to work. Thanks

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  • Implementing a horizontal compass on the iPhone - algorithm?

    - by Andrew Johnson
    A horizontal compass looks something like this if you are facing due East (90 degrees). 85----90---95 If you were facing due 355 degrees northwest, it would look like this: 350----355---0 As you turn the compass, the number should cycle from 0 - 360 - 0 So, my question is, how would you implement a view like this on the iPhone? I had a couple of ideas: Make one long image with all numbers and tick marks, and shift it left/right when the compass heading changes Create pieces of the view as tiles and append them when the compass heading changes. Create a line of tick marks that shifts with the compass heading, and just write numbers on it as needed. How would you attack this problem? Im mainly looking for algorithmic advice, but if you ave code or pseudo-code to demonstrate, that would be helpful too.

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  • How to add Compass syntax support to Jetbrains PhpStorm?

    - by Madara Uchiha
    I'm using JetBrains PhpStorm, which is probably the most epic IDE I've ever used. The question is simple. How do I add Compass syntax support to it? I've got it installed, it renders and works, but PhpStorm still complains about undefined imports and mixins. How can I resolve this? Can Compass be included as an external library? Edit: I'd just like to note that this feature request is for the RubyMine IDE (also by JetBrains), it's not for PhpStorm/WebStorm.

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  • How can I merge multiple Compass Resources into one, with one score?

    - by Brent Fisher
    I am trying to integrate compass into my platform using the JDBC ResultSetToResourceMapping. What I want to do is set it up so that I could have multiple result set mappings, tied to one Resource, that produces one result, with one score, and a merged score. I have tried to trick Compass into doing this by mapping the same id across them, even though the property fields are different, but it just ends up giving me separate hits for each. E.g. I have the following Data Model, Cases and Comments. One case might have several comments. Say I search for a term that appears in multiple comments. Right now, I a hit for each one, each with a different score. Is there a way that I could merge or aggregate those hits into one hit? Say, instead of Score Entity ID Snippets 100.0% Case 3558 ... The fox jumped over the lazy dog ... 60.0% Case 3558 ... In Alabama today, three jumping turtles were ... 25.0% Case 3558 ... Three jumpers fled the scene... I get Score Entity ID Snippets 100.0% Case 3558 The fox jumped over the lazy dog ...In Alabama today, three jumping turtles were ... Three jumpers fled the scene... Where the latter score is an aggregated score.

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  • Compass - Lucene Full text search. Structure and Best Practice.

    - by Rob
    Hi, I have played about with the tutorial and Compass itself for a bit now. I have just started to ramp up the use of it and have found that the performance slows drastically. I am certain that this is due to my mappings and the relationships that I have between entities and was looking for suggestions about how this should be best done. Also as a side question I wanted to know if a variable is in an @searchableComponent but is not defined as @searchable when the component object is pulled out of Compass results will you be able to access that variable? I have 3 main classes that I want to search on - Provider, Location and Activity. They are all inter-related - a Provider can have many locations and activites and has an address; A Location has 1 provider, many activities and an address; An activity has 1 provider and many locations. I have a join table between activity and Location called ActivityLocation that can later provider additional information about the relationship. My classes are mapped to compass as shown below for provider location activity and address. This works but gives a huge index and searches on it are comparatively slow, any advice would be great. Cheers, Rob @Searchable public class AbstractActivity extends LightEntity implements Serializable { /** * Serialisation ID */ private static final long serialVersionUID = 3445339493203407152L; @SearchableId (name="actID") private Integer activityId =-1; @SearchableComponent() private Provider provider; @SearchableComponent(prefix = "activity") private Category category; private String status; @SearchableProperty (name = "activityName") @SearchableMetaData (name = "activityshortactivityName") private String activityName; @SearchableProperty (name = "shortDescription") @SearchableMetaData (name = "activityshortDescription") private String shortDescription; @SearchableProperty (name = "abRating") @SearchableMetaData (name = "activityabRating") private Integer abRating; private String contactName; private String phoneNumber; private String faxNumber; private String email; private String url; @SearchableProperty (name = "completed") @SearchableMetaData (name = "activitycompleted") private Boolean completed= false; @SearchableProperty (name = "isprivate") @SearchableMetaData (name = "activityisprivate") private Boolean isprivate= false; private Boolean subs= false; private Boolean newsfeed= true; private Set news = new HashSet(0); private Set ActivitySession = new HashSet(0); private Set payments = new HashSet(0); private Set userclub = new HashSet(0); private Set ActivityOpeningTimes = new HashSet(0); private Set Events = new HashSet(0); private User creator; private Set userInterested = new HashSet(0); boolean freeEdit = false; private Integer activityType =0; @SearchableComponent (maxDepth=2) private Set activityLocations = new HashSet(0); private Double userRating = -1.00; Getters and Setters .... @Searchable public class AbstractLocation extends LightEntity implements Serializable { /** * Serialisation ID */ private static final long serialVersionUID = 3445339493203407152L; @SearchableId (name="locationID") private Integer locationId; @SearchableComponent (prefix = "location") private Category category; @SearchableComponent (maxDepth=1) private Provider provider; @SearchableProperty (name = "status") @SearchableMetaData (name = "locationstatus") private String status; @SearchableProperty private String locationName; @SearchableProperty (name = "shortDescription") @SearchableMetaData (name = "locationshortDescription") private String shortDescription; @SearchableProperty (name = "abRating") @SearchableMetaData (name = "locationabRating") private Integer abRating; private Integer boolUseProviderDetails; @SearchableProperty (name = "contactName") @SearchableMetaData (name = "locationcontactName") private String contactName; @SearchableComponent private Address address; @SearchableProperty (name = "phoneNumber") @SearchableMetaData (name = "locationphoneNumber") private String phoneNumber; @SearchableProperty (name = "faxNumber") @SearchableMetaData (name = "locationfaxNumber") private String faxNumber; @SearchableProperty (name = "email") @SearchableMetaData (name = "locationemail") private String email; @SearchableProperty (name = "url") @SearchableMetaData (name = "locationurl") private String url; @SearchableProperty (name = "completed") @SearchableMetaData (name = "locationcompleted") private Boolean completed= false; @SearchableProperty (name = "isprivate") @SearchableMetaData (name = "locationisprivate") private Boolean isprivate= false; @SearchableComponent private Set activityLocations = new HashSet(0); private Set LocationOpeningTimes = new HashSet(0); private Set events = new HashSet(0); @SearchableProperty (name = "adult_cost") @SearchableMetaData (name = "locationadult_cost") private String adult_cost =""; @SearchableProperty (name = "child_cost") @SearchableMetaData (name = "locationchild_cost") private String child_cost =""; @SearchableProperty (name = "family_cost") @SearchableMetaData (name = "locationfamily_cost") private String family_cost =""; private Double userRating = -1.00; private Set costs = new HashSet(0); private String cost_caveats =""; Getters and Setters .... @Searchable public class AbstractActivitylocations implements java.io.Serializable { /** * */ private static final long serialVersionUID = 1365110541466870626L; @SearchableId (name="id") private Integer id; @SearchableComponent private Activity activity; @SearchableComponent private Location location; Getters and Setters..... @Searchable public class AbstractProvider extends LightEntity implements Serializable { private static final long serialVersionUID = 3060354043429663058L; @SearchableId private Integer providerId = -1; @SearchableComponent (prefix = "provider") private Category category; @SearchableProperty (name = "businessName") @SearchableMetaData (name = "providerbusinessName") private String businessName; @SearchableProperty (name = "contactName") @SearchableMetaData (name = "providercontactName") private String contactName; @SearchableComponent private Address address; @SearchableProperty (name = "phoneNumber") @SearchableMetaData (name = "providerphoneNumber") private String phoneNumber; @SearchableProperty (name = "faxNumber") @SearchableMetaData (name = "providerfaxNumber") private String faxNumber; @SearchableProperty (name = "email") @SearchableMetaData (name = "provideremail") private String email; @SearchableProperty (name = "url") @SearchableMetaData (name = "providerurl") private String url; @SearchableProperty (name = "status") @SearchableMetaData (name = "providerstatus") private String status; @SearchableProperty (name = "notes") @SearchableMetaData (name = "providernotes") private String notes; @SearchableProperty (name = "shortDescription") @SearchableMetaData (name = "providershortDescription") private String shortDescription; private Boolean completed = false; private Boolean isprivate = false; private Double userRating = -1.00; private Integer ABRating = 1; @SearchableComponent private Set locations = new HashSet(0); @SearchableComponent private Set activities = new HashSet(0); private Set ProviderOpeningTimes = new HashSet(0); private User creator; boolean freeEdit = false; Getters and Setters... Thanks for reading!! Rob

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  • Proper snowball analyzer configuration when using Grails Searchable Plugin

    - by Wirsbro
    To improve stemming we want to switch from the default analyzer to snowball, however, having a lot of difficulty with the proper settings and would appreciate any help. In Environment: - Sun's Java 1.6.16 - Grails 1.2.2 - Searchable Plug-In 0.5.5 Config.groovy: Have tried both settings: compassSettings = ['compass.engine.analyzer.stemmed.type': 'snowball', 'compass.engine.analyzer.stemmed.name': 'English'] compassSettings = ['compass.engine.analyzer.snowball.type': 'snowball', 'compass.engine.analyzer.snowball.name': 'English', 'compass.engine.analyzer.search.type': 'snowball', 'compass.engine.analyzer.search.name': 'English'] Search.groovy - The Invocation: def searchResult = searchableService.search(params.q, withHighlighter: { highlighter, index, sr if (!sr.highlights) { sr.highlights = [] } try { sr.highlights[index] = highlighter.fragments("content")[0..2].join(" ") } catch (IndexOutOfBoundsException ex) { sr.highlights[index] = highlighter.fragment("content") } }) def suggestion = searchableService.suggestQuery(params.q) if (suggestion != params.q) { searchResult.suggestedQuery = suggestion }

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  • How to get current compass reading android 2.1

    - by Brandon Delany
    How do I get the current compass reading in android 2.1? I know that I can initiate a listener and receive updates but I do not need constant updates I only need it to get the compass orientation when the user clicks a button. Also what is the most accurate way to get the compass orientation? Lastly, how do I send fake data to the android console. I know that you're supposed to use the terminal and send it commands but what are the commands I can't seem to find it on the Android website. Thank you

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  • iPhone SDK Point to a specific location

    - by lnetanel
    Hi, I'm trying to develop an application that use the GPS and Compass of the iPhone in order to point some sort of pointer to a specific location (like the compass always point to the North). The location is fixed and I always need the pointer to point to that specific location no matter where the user is located. I have the Lat/Long coordinates of this location but not sure how can I point to that location using the Compass and the GPS... any help will be appreciated. Netanel

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  • What is the correct usage of blueprint-typography-body([$font-size])?

    - by Alexis Abril
    Recent convert to RoR and I've been using Compass w/ Blueprint to dip into the proverbial pool. Compass has been fantastic, but I've come across something strange within the Typography library. The blueprint-typography-body mixin contains the following: =blueprint-typography-body($font-size: $blueprint-font-size) line-height: 1.5 +normal-text font-size: 100% * $font-size / 16px My question revolves around "font-size." I'm a bit lost, as I would expect to pass in a font size and have that size reflected upon page load. However, in this scenario the formula seems to dictate a percentage against the default font. ie: +blueprint-typography-body(10px) //produces 7.5px off of the default font size of 12px from what I can tell. In essence, I'm curious if there is a standard to setting font size within Compass other than explicitly declaring "font-size: 10px". Note: The reason I'm leaning towards Blueprint/Compass font stylings is due to the standardization of line-heights, fonts and colors.

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