1. Post #961
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    June 2011
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    Project for my computer science class.
    http://games.toaster468.com/game.php?g=6

    I have to finish some stuff add a homepage, etc.
    I wish they'd make us do that stuff. The most interesting thing they asked us to make was a terrible jQuery photo gallery
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  2. Post #962
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    I wish they'd make us do that stuff. The most interesting thing they asked us to make was a terrible jQuery photo gallery
    pfft. My teacher told us to get a free template from some random site and make a "website" out of that. I don't remember learning anything new or making interesting stuff.

    Edited:

    oh ya, btw this
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  3. Post #963
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    pfft. My teacher told us to get a free template from some random site and make a "website" out of that. I don't remember learning anything new or making interesting stuff.

    Edited:

    oh ya, btw this
    Browser and resolution? I cannot really fix this afaik because that is flash not my website.

    Edited:

    I wish they'd make us do that stuff. The most interesting thing they asked us to make was a terrible jQuery photo gallery


    This is what we are supposed to be doing. ^
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  4. Post #964
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    July 2010
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    Browser and resolution? I cannot really fix this afaik because that is flash not my website.

    Edited:





    This is what we are supposed to be doing. ^
    firefox and 1366 x 768
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  5. Post #965
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    firefox and 1366 x 768
    Did you change the page size or did it always show up like that?

    EDIT:

    Try now it should look better.
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  6. Post #966
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    July 2010
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    Did you change the page size or did it always show up like that?

    EDIT:

    Try now it should look better.
    i didn't change anything I even pressed ctrl+0 for you. nothing changed.
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  7. Post #967
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    i didn't change anything I even pressed ctrl+0 for you. nothing changed.
    That's ok, I was just wondering if you scaled it down or something, not like it matters. Does it look good though? It looks find on my android tablet.
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  8. Post #968
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    I have to say GIT is the shit. Now I can test locally, if successful push to the master and then run a git pull on the live web server. I take it most of the professional web devs have a similar method.

    I'd love to hear how you test and push code.
    GIT automatically extracts from master into the specified path using the post-recieve hook in the .git folder. It gets triggered when I push to the repo.

    post-recieve contents:
    Code:
    GIT_WORK_TREE=~/domains/domain.com/public_html git checkout -f
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  9. Post #969
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    That's ok, I was just wondering if you scaled it down or something, not like it matters. Does it look good though? It looks find on my android tablet.
    actually it matters.
    I pressed ctrl+= and i got


    i pressed ctrl+- 2 times and got
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  10. Post #970
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    GIT automatically extracts from master into the specified path using the post-recieve hook in the .git folder. It gets triggered when I push to the repo.

    post-recieve contents:
    Code:
    GIT_WORK_TREE=~/domains/domain.com/public_html git checkout -f
    post-receive is triggered by git-receive-pack after someone runs git-push

    that, and pre-receive and update
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  11. Post #971
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    I made this so it works on MyBB!

    now time to make user log... like fp in the left bottom side. (if possible)

    Download http://dl.dropbox.com/u/6380033/manynewposts.zip
    Made something similar a couple years ago but never released it anywhere. Meh.

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  12. Post #972
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    Made something similar a couple years ago but never released it anywhere. Meh.

    to say the truth, it wasn't hard at all to make it. oh and the download link i posted is wrong. do not download that.
    I only made it because someone wanted it.
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  13. Post #973
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    post-receive is triggered by git-receive-pack after someone runs git-push

    that, and pre-receive and update
    Everything should have hooks!
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  14. Post #974
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    January 2010
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    http://g.toaster468.com/

    Done for tonight. Finally after about 5 hours of straight programming (can't say I didn't enjoy it though). Tomorrow I need to add mobile css support (part of the project not my idea) and add some stuff to the index. I think it is coming together nicely for ~7 hours of work in total.
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  15. Post #975
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    July 2007
    1,282 Posts
    Can't really post a screenie of this....But I'm proud nonetheless.

    On a "git push" for my current django project here's what happens:

    - finds all LESS files and compiles them into a single minified CSS file
    - creates a sprite sheet from all images in my images/sprites/ and spits the appropriate background positions into my CSS
    - runs my unit testing and then cucumber tests
    - checks to make sure there's no syntax errors
    - pushes to dev server
    - rebuilds static cache on dev server and reboots WSGI instance


    It's hawt. Now to build the dev --> live deployment.
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  16. Post #976
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    on a "git push" for my current gitrs project, here's what happens:

    - a new set of events of everything that happened:
    Code:
    [
        {
            "id": 8,
            "event_type": "ref_update",
            "repo_id": 2,
            "user_id": 1,
            "data": "---
    - be7dcaa76fb4cd831613b5eb7ddcdf77e6add46b
    - 118612617902e52b370f297cef76c33820810e27
    - refs/heads/master
    ",
            "created_at": "2012-02-24 23:48:06",
            "updated_at": "2012-02-24 23:48:06",
            "event_parent": null
        },
        {
            "id": 9,
            "event_type": "commit",
            "repo_id": 2,
            "user_id": 1,
            "data": "---
    id: 982678c091004ea596ad44eca4fe0c4f36e58a9e
    parents:
    - id: be7dcaa76fb4cd831613b5eb7ddcdf77e6add46b
    tree: 3983a08b2174a7a14b21b2dec572e743900fdcec
    message: oops
    author:
      name: redjazz96
      email: redjazz96@gmail.com
    committer:
      name: redjazz96
      email: redjazz96@gmail.com
    authored_date: \'2012-02-24T23:47:37-05:00\'
    committed_date: \'2012-02-24T23:47:37-05:00\'
    ",
            "created_at": "2012-02-24 23:48:06",
            "updated_at": "2012-02-24 23:48:06",
            "event_parent": 8
        },
        {
            "id": 10,
            "event_type": "commit",
            "repo_id": 2,
            "user_id": 1,
            "data": "---
    id: 118612617902e52b370f297cef76c33820810e27
    parents:
    - id: 982678c091004ea596ad44eca4fe0c4f36e58a9e
    tree: a3beb1854e68b2592d8defdca0ddb22490785d2e
    message: not testing
    author:
      name: redjazz96
      email: redjazz96@gmail.com
    committer:
      name: redjazz96
      email: redjazz96@gmail.com
    authored_date: \'2012-02-24T23:47:54-05:00\'
    committed_date: \'2012-02-24T23:47:54-05:00\'
    ",
            "created_at": "2012-02-24 23:48:06",
            "updated_at": "2012-02-24 23:48:06",
            "event_parent": 8
        }
    ]
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  17. Post #977
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  18. Post #978
    italian
    TerabyteS_'s Avatar
    June 2011
    2,645 Posts
    Can't really post a screenie of this....But I'm proud nonetheless.

    On a "git push" for my current django project here's what happens:

    - finds all LESS files and compiles them into a single minified CSS file
    - creates a sprite sheet from all images in my images/sprites/ and spits the appropriate background positions into my CSS
    - runs my unit testing and then cucumber tests
    - checks to make sure there's no syntax errors
    - pushes to dev server
    - rebuilds static cache on dev server and reboots WSGI instance


    It's hawt. Now to build the dev --> live deployment.
    Did you build it by hand?
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  19. Post #979
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    Dennab
    January 2012
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    I haven't taken the (minimal) time to set up a git system yet, but with the purchasing of a new VPS I should probably do that this weekend.
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  20. Post #980
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    June 2007
    1,100 Posts
    mockup for a chrome app i'm working on

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  21. Post #981
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    July 2007
    1,282 Posts
    Did you build it by hand?
    Blood. Sweat. Bash.

    That's how we do it.
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  22. Post #982
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    June 2006
    2,196 Posts
    Blood. Sweat. Bash.

    That's how we do it.
    I'm really enjoying roco for those sort of tasks (stupid example I just made up):



    Then you just go all:

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  23. Post #983
    So the last new developer I was supposed to have working under me ended up having to be let go the first day because his energy just was not at all right for the team (CEO understands how important culture is at a small startup thank god). Another new guy started today, but I was home sick so I'm having him familiarize himself with the stack we're using a little bit. Seems like a really bright guy though so I'm excited to be working with him now.

    Oh and he's 7 years older than me :3
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  24. Post #984
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    Oh and he's 7 years older than me :3
    But what will your family think about you dating an older man, Kmart?
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  25. Post #985
    My mommy and daddy respect my decisions ok stinkyjoe ur not my dad
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  26. Post #986
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    July 2007
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    But what will your family think about you dating an older man, Kmart?
    Jeez, why such high standards? It's not like he's Walmart.
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  27. Post #987
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    July 2007
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    And here comes the footer:

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  28. Post #988
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    January 2006
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    Do you do logo design and stuff too adam?
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  29. Post #989
    Just put up a project page for my game, including video and downloads (with stats): http://www.novaember.com/projects/br2/

    What you think (about the page itself)? Especially the text, that's not something I'm good with.
    (Still webkit-only, I'm gonna make other stylesheets later)
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  30. Post #990
    italian
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    June 2011
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    Just put up a project page for my game, including video and downloads (with stats): http://www.novaember.com/projects/br2/

    What you think (about the page itself)? Especially the text, that's not something I'm good with.
    (Still webkit-only, I'm gonna make other stylesheets later)
    My gosh get rid of that right-click menu already
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  31. Post #991
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    Dennab
    January 2012
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    Just put up a project page for my game, including video and downloads (with stats): http://www.novaember.com/projects/br2/

    What you think (about the page itself)? Especially the text, that's not something I'm good with.
    (Still webkit-only, I'm gonna make other stylesheets later)
    You should really remove that right click thing, it's completely pointless and just throws people off. Your scrollbar on the content box is kind of wonky too.
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    You should really remove that right click thing, it's completely pointless and just throws people off. Your scrollbar on the content box is kind of wonky too.
    I'm still gonna improve that menu, adding copy/paste and print controls.

    Why not let the browser handle that menu? Until JS gets the power to add itens to the browser's menu, I'm using my own menu for stuff like removing files or changing their names. Much like Dropbox has on their site:

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  33. Post #993
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    And here comes the footer:

    Shexy.
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  34. Post #994
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    January 2012
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    I'm still gonna improve that menu, adding copy/paste and print controls.

    Why not let the browser handle that menu? Until JS gets the power to add itens to the browser's menu, I'm using my own menu for stuff like removing files or changing their names. Much like Dropbox has on their site:

    Because it's not needed, honestly. What is the end user going to do with your 1990-esque right click menu?
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  35. Post #995
    Because it's not needed, honestly. What is the end user going to do with your 1990-esque right click menu?
    "I'm using my own menu for stuff like removing files or changing their names. Much like Dropbox has on their site"
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  36. Post #996
    And here comes the footer:

    I think people are way more likely to search the store by topic rather than ebook vs video.
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  37. Post #997
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    I'm still gonna improve that menu, adding copy/paste and print controls.

    Why not let the browser handle that menu? Until JS gets the power to add itens to the browser's menu, I'm using my own menu for stuff like removing files or changing their names. Much like Dropbox has on their site:

    Much like custom scrollbars, I hate it when websites mess with default behaviour. There's absolutely no reason for it, and you can't do things like Searching text you have selected.

    Especially in this instance where you're not adding any functionality..
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  38. Post #998
    Much like custom scrollbars, I hate it when websites mess with default behaviour. There's absolutely no reason for it, and you can't do things like Searching text you have selected.

    Especially in this instance where you're not adding any functionality..
    Seriously, is noone reading what I'm saying?

    I'm still gonna improve that menu, adding copy/paste and print controls.

    Why not let the browser handle that menu? Until JS gets the power to add itens to the browser's menu, I'm using my own menu for stuff like removing files or changing their names. Much like Dropbox has on their site:
    Edited:

    Plus, if you really don't want to, it's easy to disable.
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  39. Post #999
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    I hate it when it ISN'T custom right-click menu at programs like dropbox, box, google docs etc.

    Custom scroll-bars may make the "program" look better. At normal web pages with a scroll-bar from top to bottom, I agree the default scroll-bar may be better.

    Edited:
    This thing would look like shit with normal scroll-bar:
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  40. Post #1000
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    Do you do logo design and stuff too adam?
    i dooo
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