Womp womp….Are you ready for a depressing story?
Yes, I started as a Less guy, using it for a major corporate website project and I liked several of the features. At this time, Sass only offered coding in Sass and not the SCSS which became so friendly to a putts like me who is very heavy handed with his CSS skills.
I have dove into efforts of using Sass over the past 6 months and discovered a new love. One I never knew could exist.
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Addictive damn Mixins. I now have a mixins standard file that I pull into my new projects that serves similar to how snippets have served me in my code editors in the past.