Do you recall this discussion? I am wondering when that change to @import was reverted because it doesn't seem to be working anymore. I tried asking the general community (here) but everyone else are denying that such a change was ever made in the first place. I could swear the change did happen but, since I don't know the back end as well as you and KockaAdmiralac, that discussion is the only thing I have to make my case.
Yes, I saw that when re-reading the entire thread. However, in it, you clearly specify personal CSS. That would seem to indicate that you were not wrong about site CSS. I don't know. Maybe I am going crazy or something.
now, i did recall the mistake: when i was testing imports, i have checked joined (common+wikia) css-file. once i saw @import from wikia on the top of the file, i thought that it was because of moved imports. that's was the mistake: common.css was changed in the middle of my tests, so both common and wikia had same @imports at the top. i did not scroll down the resulting css and did not see imports (from wikia.css) in the middle of the file.
i noticed the mistake a long time (enough to forget about the topic) after of my msg in the topic.
Ah, okay then. So it was a misunderstanding of what was going on at the time. Thanks for the clarification.
While I have you here, with regards to Thread:1803028, how do you debug Lua? I have been looking at the errors placed on the page but those aren't always helpful. I did look at the code itself but I just assumed the "" was something specific to Lua's syntax for regexs (hence my comment about actually knowing Lua making a difference).