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Links 1 through 10 of 398 by J S tagged mycomments+public+eng

You are wrong in implying that Yahoo Pipes prevents a web page javascript client from consuming the feeds and doing unlimited advanced programmig and data mashing; Pipes supports JSONP, and by devising a callback function to your liking, you can pick up a

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And thanks to that link to the ex-article on fictional expletives, I finally wrought up that script to <a href="http://userscripts.org/scripts/show/19097">undo the damage of all the information murderers that roam Wikipedia</a>, doing their contemptuous a

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But getters and setters can’t be used by an extension wanting to give content level javascript a neat read/write access interface (rather than a function calling interface) due to some kind of security ban?<br><br>I’ve tried extending Greasemonkey to

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Cool. I wish I’d be able to join you in the hackery, but I’m fairly sure I can’t, under present employment contract.

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Stylish! I adapted this photo for a bit of a research page of mine on accommodation available near the upcoming Boogie-Bären lindy / boogie-woogie event in Landsberg am Lech, Germany, at <a href="http://exhibit.ecmanaut.googlepages.com/boogie.html">http:

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The only template language I've come across that really does the right thing is RXML, the <a href="http://docs.roxen.com/roxen/4.5/web_developer_manual/entity/encoding.xml">Roxen Macro Language</a> (since version 2).<br><br>By default, it quotes all outpu

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Ah, hitting a bandwidth roof at Ning was unfortunate.<br><br>Perhaps jscripts ought to repurpose into become a static tool to for minifying code and keeping reference copies of the nonminified version? As in not something you can point script tags at, but

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I tried with one setting font-family:zapfino. That's <i>definitely</i> not readable, if possibly even more moody. :-) You might like to try playing with <a href="http://exhibit.ecmanaut.googlepages.com/installed-fonts.html">my fonts exhibit</a> to try out

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Fork the code so that only IE6 browsers get the huge event handler position:fixed emulation layer. Might also make that code much lighter, as it only needs to cater the few old browsers you care about that need it. Then have the others get the better code

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From the way you use the prototype objects above, it looks like you ought to put the quirks mapping directly onto LzSprite rather than its prototype object, or you're just penalizing yourselves with a pointless extra lookup every time you peek for quirk c

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