Sublime Text plugin for applying changes without saving.1,560 votes
Going to do this, but unsure about the timeline. Please keep voting!
Hey, we’re now on a weekly update schedule until the Windows version reaches a shipping state. Version 0.6 is available on the web site (and we did a few private iterations before that). Give it a try!
I get this error in Firefox 13 when loading the page over SSL :
The operation is insecure.
this.socket = new this.WebSocket(this._uri);403 votes
Planning to look into it some time soon.
The main problem is that livereload.js can be accessed via multiple domain names, and even when it’s on localhost, there’s no way to obtain a trusted SSL certificate for localhost. I do have a few options in mind, though.
Planned as one of the top features of LiveReload 3.
Using the LiveReload browser extension for Chrome on Mac. If the web inspector is open, and LiveReload triggers a refresh, it crashes the browser, and shows the "Aw, Snap!" error.
This is a consistent, repeatable crash for me. If I close the web inspector and reload the page, then it will crash every time LiveReload triggers a refresh until I restart my browser.
This has rendered LiveReload nearly unusable for me. I'm sure I'm not the only person who has web inspector open while coding.147 votes
Working on this. Not sure if it will get released as LiveReload 2.4 or 3.0 alpha; stay tuned.
The most recent icon for the Chrome extension makes it hard to tell if Live Reload is turn off or on. The only difference between the two states is a single pixel in the middle of the icon.81 votes
I keep running into problems with LiveReload unable to load/compile some compass plugins.
You should give an option for users to use their own compilers and various plugins they might have on their system to avoid these sort of problem.75 votes
This will be a part of LiveReload 3. Not sure about the timeframe yet.
I didn't find this feature, it would be helpful if LiveReload could automatically minify the CSS files generated with LESS.
It speeds up page loading times.
What do you think?69 votes
Under project options "Ruby to use" the system version is the only option available.
I'd like to be able to select the version I'm using on a per-project basis so that gem plugins like animate and susy can be used.60 votes
Planned for LiveReload 3 (or perhaps an earlier sandboxed release, if those materialize).
Planned for LiveReload 3 (or maybe even 2.4/2.5, if those see the light of day.)
When I enable LiveReload and I accidently reload the tab, LiveReload crahes.56 votes
Figure out a way to have LiveReload work with a Vagrant VM workflow.54 votes
LiveReload for Mac has a URL override mode and a set of configurable delays for remote server use cases. We need the same stuff on Windows.53 votes
Imagine how cool it would be to make changes in your WordPress / Drupal / Joomla admin page and have your site reloaded automatically? If you're used to tweaking your posts, or theme colors, or whatever, I'm sure you can appreciate that.47 votes
Still looking for a feasible technical implementation, and for the best UI. Which frameworks would you like to be supported?
This is required for Java applications. When you save the fie on Eclipse it takes a second or two for the refreshed files to become live. LiveLoad will refresh the page immediately, and then I get the old page again... I have then to refresh it manually a second later to get the actual changes in the browser.
An option to delay the refresh by X milliseconds would completely solve this.46 votes
We know we need to add this. :-)
Currently the Windows version only supports SASS; it bundles Compass but does not actually use it. We should make it detect Compass projects and use Compass to build them.44 votes
When viewing the file extensions that LiveReload "supports", it mentions PNG and JPG files, but nothing in the documentation or in this feedback forum tells you how to work with them.
Could you please write a quick article on how to setup automatic compression of these file types?43 votes
We definitely want to include this, but we’re not sure when we can do it.
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