It’s unbelievable that the Webflow devs thought a 1920 px breakpoint was a good idea. It’s set to 1920 and above @media screen and (min-width: 1920px) = greater than or equal to 1920px, then fire. And the moment a user maximizes their browser on a 1920 x 1080 desktop the breakpoint fires. And then the moment they minimize their browser on the same desktop, it fires to the lower breakpoint.
Why in the world did any developer at Webflow think a 1920 px and above breakpoint was a good idea? Now, just like the 991 px breakpoint mess up, I have to go into the CSS after export and change the 1920 px breakpoint to 1921 px. Such a pain! Webflow’s breakpoints are a real mess.