:doodle { @grid: 1x80 / 100% 8rem; position: absolute; top: 60px; left: 0; z-index: 0; } @keyframes slide-in 0% { transform: translateY(-100%); } 100% { transform: traslateY(0); } } :hover { opacity: 1; } transition: opacity .2s ease-in-out; animation: slide-in .25s ease-in-out; opacity: @pick(.06, .12, .18, .24, .3, .36); background: @pick(#7492E6, #8f72C3, #9C66B3, #BA4D95, #DC3C75); height: @rand(15%, 100%); margin: 0 .2rem;

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