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Links 1 through 10 of 108 by J S tagged ownsitecomments+public+eng

Seems others already have; try the (gray) <a href="http://ecmanaut.blogspot.com/2005/08/adding-calendar-navigation-to-your.html#links">backlinks</a> for this post, or asking there, if not enough to copy their recipes. There is at least <a href="http://nee

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They are, either by saving my live stylesheets pointed to by the .xsl links above, or by picking them up from my <a href="http://svn.devjavu.com/ecmanaut/trunk/converters/editgrid/">subversion repository</a>.

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That should be the beauty of this solution. All US residents would get times reported according to their local DST rules, before and after the switch, and you won't have to update a single line of code anywhere either.

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I'm not sure, but the last one I took a screen shot of was a <a href="http://www.lysator.liu.se/%7Ejhs/gfx/net-done-985753.png">104 move 13x11 wrapping in 103 moves, 4min32: 985,753</a>. :-)

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Probably only when your script was crafted first, and somebody set out to be incompatible with it on purpose due to that slight opening. (Tinfoil-hatted user scripters beware! :-)<br><br>Seriously, though, I'd pick [\s\S] (or [\w\W], if you like) over tha

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Because the XMLRPC.Client class wrapped things up in levels of arrays everywhere and I preferred this syntax over indexing out lots of things. Less magic numeric constants and more focus on the code itself, where it's just positional parameters mapping to

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Unfortunately, javascript doesn't offer any exposed programming interfaces to time zones; not even the +/-HHMM ones, less still the mediocre PST/CEST/CET aliases (who occasionally are ambiguous, and in either case are not generally understandable to most

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Well, I'm not sure I'd call it <i>wrong</i>, just not perhaps something within safety guarantees. You're somewhat trigger happy, though; my response already links a completed user script that implements the above. :-)<br><br>My experiences from running it

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That's what Blogger's logs are for; if anyone should put blogs to forensic use, they would not take anything as circumstantial as user modifiable data without checking whether it was first modified. (Besides, with Blogger, each post has a post id integer

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1. Ow; forgot to upload the last version with the added line on top. Updated now, though; a reinstall is all it takes to get mentioned fixes.<br><br>2. Possibly. The script is rather easy to tweak; if you want it like that, I suggest changing postYear.nex

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