I don’t know if this was suggested before, but I guess it would be great to update the topic template. It could be as wordy as p5.js issue template:
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Most appropriate sub-area of p5.js?
- [ ] Accessibility (Web Accessibility)
- [ ] Build tools and processes
- [ ] Color
- [ ] Core/Environment/Rendering
- [ ] Data
- [ ] DOM
- [ ] Events
- [ ] Friendly error system
- [ ] Image
- [ ] IO (Input/Output)
- [ ] Localization
- [ ] Math
- [ ] Unit Testing
- [ ] Typography
- [ ] Utilities
- [ ] WebGL
- [ ] Other (specify if possible)
Details about the bug:
- p5.js version:
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- Web browser and version:
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- Operating System:
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- Steps to reproduce this:
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I think the template can be commented out between
--> as in this template. And a code snippet with
``` would be helpful to illustrate where to put the code instead of asking to use