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20 Aug 2012 5:59 PM
Just for the record: I deleted a long reply because the original ... shall I call it "incident"? Anyhow, it was long ago.
Just to say I was disappointed by the tone, and the indulgence.
18 Dec 2008 8:46 AM
This sort of sums up where I am; facing a big project where the working default to date has been jQuery, with all my work done in 1.x, I'm having to resign myself to going with jQ instead of ExtJS,...
I had to come by to X-post my comment in the qWikiOffice blog:
[quote]"Found your demo ... and and I
3 Sep 2008 7:00 PM
*This is off topic; I voted honestly, but really need to post this and couldn't find any better place.*
Maybe it's only because I've been away for a year (A little more, actually ... E2.0...
The list should look like this:
This indicates to me that the google geeks aren't up to speed on...
3 Dec 2007 9:49 AM
... awesome. Truly impressive. Just this, for now.
I don't want to damn with faint praise ... mind if I make 2 little quibble-comments right now?
I'd opt for a much much more subdued desktop...
Thanks for the pointer ... I've been out of the loop for a while ... a very handsome piece of work!
(I don't want to branch this thread so will discuss at 19742.)
I suppose the place to start would be widgetize Jack's RSS Reader ...
... or a POP3 monitor. (Dunno why that function pleases me so much.)
This thread is only 7 pages long (only?) but it is soooo full of good stuff.
I'm wondering if anybody reacted to your igoogle paradigm; I'm seeing NetVibes doing some fine stuff with their...
... I wrote "interesting comment" after checking myself. My true thought was "peculiar comment" but I wanted to chum the water here and see what rose up ... fact is I think that post was...
GreetsI actually went through the threads that mentioned BB before starting a new one.
My main point was to alert that there'd been mention in ?what? a credible blog. Since I don't have your sort...
"Wrapping an ExtJS widget" ... not rude, but it ends with an interesting comment: "This is a contrived example because wrapping an XML grid is not really worth the effort when we have a perfectly...
15 Nov 2007 7:40 PM
Beautiful, Saki ... as you know, I've looked at this before, and have before admired its look and feel ... this just to amplify my admiration!
I can speak to part of this: I code, but don't call myself a programmer. I actually have quite a bit of coding experience ... everything from ML on Z-80 through QB4.5 and Fortran, including Pascal...
30 Jun 2007 9:45 AM
Right on Fernando ... just what I was thinking when I tried a complex Wiki page from a very long and very good thread. (There's gotta be a better/easier way to transfer contents.) I'm glad you...
25 Jun 2007 9:34 PM
1st impression: glorious!
Addendum: At 1024X768 the "Panels" tab exhibits some strange layout; the independent tabs overlap. Is this a bug?
Your choice, Saki? Also I see no #8....
Really, ehh? Right thing done well ... gotta luv it.
Maybe our illustrious webmyster will agree that it deserves its own category? I think /learn/User:Efege:Forum_Index is not semantically...
*slow on the draw; catching up*
"View in New Tab" ... now, really, how elegant is /that/?!
10 Jun 2007 9:54 AM
I really like vBulletin, and this site is "the shiet", but ... *cough*
Has anyone done a treatment of PHPbb? That, WordPress, and MediaWiki are a very common tool set ... the equivalent of LAMP,...
10 Jun 2007 8:53 AM
Good idea ... and nice examples.
I had to search the site to find documentation on these: Dragable RSS Boxes and Arrange-Nodes 2 ... I also came across Arrange-Nodes 1.
I think it's perfectly...
9 Jun 2007 2:34 PM
That's not as bad as Mozilla circa 0.98: "Not intended for End Users" or some such.
Nice synchronicity here:
I'm looking at the print version of two popular forum posts, one of them with something like 50 comments (2 pages in "print" view).
What I'm thinking is, if I redacted...
If the follow-up was other than "Your post says nothing" I would have suggested that the exchange be deleted. That still seems to me the thing to do.
> peace everyone \m/
The tone seems like a reproach. All I was doing was posting what I thought might be a substantial development.
Yes it does tell people something: it tells people that someone is working on an XHTML...
Woa ... no offense intended!
If I had formed strong and clear editorial opinions I would have expressed them ... you can put the stick down.
My intention was to bring that to people's attention,...
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