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  • Building \ installing PHP

    - by Jony
    I've followed this guide: http://www.phamviet.net/2012/06/03/centos-6-2-compile-php-5-4-2-from-source/ It all works as it should, but when I'm done and I type 'service httpd restart' following by 'php --version', it still displays the old 5.1.6 PHP version. This is 'uname -a' : Linux xxxxxx.com 2.6.32-042stab061.2 #1 SMP Fri Aug 24 09:07:21 MSK 2012 i686 i686 i386 GNU/Linux It's a VPS hosted in my main dedicated server (OpenVZ). Not sure what else to say, but I appreciate any help :) OS: CentOS 6

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  • Setting Priorities on Buttons

    - by JONY
    Hello Android Developers, I am trying to figure out how to set priorities on imagebutton. I want to have a layout with a bunch of Icon or buttons that can be selected either by touch, radio, or checked box. As these images are selected they are set on queue to be displayed in order of Precedence. (that is to be pre-determined). The images are displayed once the main action button is touched. Any help will be greatly appreciated. Thank you,

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  • Setting Priorities on Bottons

    - by JONY
    Hello Android Developers, I am trying to figure out how to set priorities on imagebutton. I want to have a layout with a bunch of Icon or buttons that can be selected either by touch, radio, or checked box. As these images are selected they are set on queue to be displayed in order of Precedence. (that is to be pre-determined). The images are displayed once the main action button is touched. Any help will be greatly appreciated. Thank you,

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  • Java the little console game won't repeat?

    - by Jony Kale
    Okay, what I have so far is: You enter the game, and write "spin" to the console. Program will enter the while loop. In the while loop, if entered int is -1, return to the back (Set console input back to "", and let the user select what game he would like to play). Problem: Instead of going back, and selecting "spin" again, the program exits? Why is it happening? How can I fix this? private static Scanner console = new Scanner(System.in); private static Spin spin = new Spin(); private static String inputS = ""; private static int inputI = 0; private static String[] gamesArray = new String[] {"spin", "tof"}; private static boolean spinWheel = false; private static boolean tof = false; public static void main (String[] args) { if (inputS.equals("")) { System.out.println("Welcome to the system!"); System.out.print("Please select a game: "); inputS = console.nextLine(); } while (inputS.equals("spin")) { System.out.println("Welcome to the spin game! Please write 1 to spin. and -1 to exit back"); inputI = console.nextInt(); switch (inputI) { case 1: break; case -1: inputI = 0; inputS = ""; break; } } }

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  • error with passing my object with serializable?

    - by Jony Scherman
    i was trying to send my object class GastronomyElement to another activity but i have got this error java.lang.RuntimeException: Parcelable encountered IOException writing serializable object (name = com.example.despegarteproject.classes.GastronomyElement) i have seen another posts like this but i couldn not solve it. this is my class code public class GastronomyElement implements Serializable { String id, name, formattedAddress, formattedPhoneNumber, reference, photo; List<String> photos; Boolean openNow; Horarios horarios; List<Review> reviews; String priceLevel; double latitude, longitude; Double rating; public String getName () { return name; } public void setName (String name) { this.name = name; } public String getId () { return id; } public void setId (String id) { this.id = id; } public String getFormattedAddress () { return formattedAddress; } public void setFormattedAddress (String formattedAddress) { this.formattedAddress = formattedAddress; } public String getReference () { return reference; } public void setReference (String reference) { this.reference = reference; } public String getPhoto () { return photo; } public void setPhoto (String photo) { this.photo = photo; } public List<String> getPhotos () { return photos; } public void setPhotos (List<String> photos) { this.photos = photos; } public double getLatitude() { return latitude; } public void setLatitude (double latitude) { this.latitude = latitude; } public double getLongitude() { return longitude; } public void setLongitude (double longitude) { this.longitude = longitude; } public Double getRating () { return rating; } public void setRating (Double rating) { this.rating = rating; } public Boolean getOpenNow () { return openNow; } public void setOpenNow (Boolean openNow) { this.openNow = openNow; } public Horarios getHorarios () { return horarios; } public void setHorarios (Horarios horarios) { this.horarios = horarios; } public String getPriceLevel () { return priceLevel; } public void setPriceLevel (String priceLevel) { this.priceLevel = priceLevel; } public String getFormattedPhoneNumber () { return formattedPhoneNumber; } public void setFormattedPhoneNumber (String formattedPhoneNumber) { this.formattedPhoneNumber = formattedPhoneNumber; } public List<Review> getReviews () { return reviews; } public void setReviews (List<Review> reviews) { this.reviews = reviews; } } and this is how i am sending it Intent act = new Intent (context, ActivityLugarDetalles.class); act.putExtra("elementDetails", elementDetails); startActivity(act); i would appreciate your help! thank you!

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  • css: filters how to disable them for a certain class?

    - by jony
    On IE I'm having a bit of trouble with my CSS: body.transparent { background-color: transparent; color:#ffffff; text-shadow: 0 -1px #000, 1px 0 #000, 0 1px #000, -1px 0 #000; Filter:Glow(Color=#000000, Strength=1); } body.transparent a { text-shadow: none; filter: -;) } The glow filter needs to be excluded on body.transparent a, like the shadow is. But I just can't disable the filter for the the links. How do I do this??

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