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  • Any good tools or tips for fuzz testing Windows forms applications?

    - by Ogre Psalm33
    I'm maintaining a ~300K LOC C# legacy thick-client application with a Windows.Forms interface. The app is full of little bugs and quirks. For example, I recently discovered a bug where if a users edits and tabs (not clicks) through cells on a DataViewGrid, and leaves the a certain cell selected, the app gets an "Object reference not set to an instance of an object" exception. I discover (or get a bug report of) something new like this about every week or two. I've had enough, and was thinking of trying some sort of fuzz testing on the application to try to ferret out undiscovered issues. If I roll-my-own fuzz testing, I'd assume I at least need to be able to generate test harnesses that run pieces of my app (main window, FormX, FormY, FormZ, ...) independently and try to inject events into them. I was trying to look for tools suited for this, but so far have come up with nothing for Win Forms. (There seems to be no shortage of fuzz testing tools for web apps, however). Any helpful ideas?

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  • Printer image correction

    - by Matthew Shinal
    Here is my problem: my printer and scanner (HP psc2410xi) prints darker than the photos taken and teh scanner has a background fuzz. I want to create and install files to have the printer lighten the photos it prints (yellow becomes dark yellow, etc) and delete the "fuzz" from the scanner image (you can see it on a blank scan and yes I did clean the scanner). I'm thinking there is a way to take a printed image, scan that in, and subtract the two images from each other to get the correction factor.

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  • Profile memory-performance for part of an rails project

    - by Florian Pilz
    I want to test the profile usage of an important library-class of my rails-project. It uses ActiveRecord so I need all rails dependencies to profile it. As far as I know, I need a patched ruby (rubygc) so script/profile and script/benchmark can track memory usage. I tried to follow this official guide to patch the source code of ruby 1.8.6 (p399) and 1.8.7 (p248), but both fail with the following message: patching file gc.c Hunk #2 succeeded at 50 with fuzz 2 (offset 2 lines). Hunk #3 succeeded at 87 with fuzz 2 (offset 6 lines). Hunk #4 succeeded at 153 with fuzz 1 (offset 45 lines). Hunk #5 succeeded at 409 with fuzz 2 (offset 274 lines). Hunk #6 FAILED at 462. Hunk #7 FAILED at 506. Hunk #8 FAILED at 520. Hunk #9 FAILED at 745. Hunk #10 FAILED at 754. Hunk #11 FAILED at 923. Hunk #12 succeeded at 711 (offset 46 lines). Hunk #13 succeeded at 730 (offset 46 lines). Hunk #14 succeeded at 766 (offset 55 lines). Hunk #15 succeeded at 1428 (offset 87 lines). Hunk #16 succeeded at 1492 (offset 89 lines). Hunk #17 FAILED at 1541. Hunk #18 FAILED at 1551. Hunk #19 succeeded at 1571 (offset 91 lines). Hunk #20 succeeded at 1592 (offset 91 lines). Hunk #21 succeeded at 1601 (offset 91 lines). Hunk #22 succeeded at 1826 (offset 108 lines). Hunk #23 succeeded at 1843 (offset 108 lines). Hunk #24 succeeded at 1926 (offset 108 lines). Hunk #25 succeeded at 2118 (offset 108 lines). Hunk #26 succeeded at 2563 (offset 100 lines). Hunk #27 succeeded at 2611 with fuzz 1 (offset 102 lines). Hunk #28 succeeded at 2628 (offset 102 lines). 8 out of 28 hunks FAILED -- saving rejects to file gc.c.rej patching file intern.h Hunk #1 succeeded at 268 (offset 15 lines). I also tried to use ruby-prof, but I always get the error "uninitialized constant RubyProf::Test". I don't know how to use the gem "memory" and neither "memprof" nor "bleak_house" could be installed successfully. If I get a patched ruby running, I should be fine. But any other possibility to profile the memory of library classes are welcome. Thanks for helping!

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  • What is the point of the prototype method?

    - by Mild Fuzz
    I am reading through Javascript: The Good Parts, and struggled to get my head around the section on prototypes. After a little google, I came to the conclusion that it is to add properties to objects after the objects declaration. Using this script gleamed from w3schools, I noticed that removing the line adding the prototype property had no effect. So what is the point? //Prototyping function employee(name,jobtitle,born) { this.name=name; this.jobtitle=jobtitle; this.born=born; } var fred=new employee("Fred Flintstone","Caveman",1970); employee.prototype.salary=null; // <--- try removing this line fred.salary=20000; document.write(fred.salary);

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  • Adsense block not displaying anything

    - by Mild Fuzz
    I have copied and pasted the following code into my page, but it seems to be having no effect. It should have a fall back block colour, but nothing is showing. Code copied/pasted straight from google <script type="text/javascript"><!-- google_ad_client = "ca-pub-7972043490779920"; /* SALF */ google_ad_slot = "4085311300"; google_ad_width = 300; google_ad_height = 250; //--> </script> <script type="text/javascript" src="http://pagead2.googlesyndication.com/pagead/show_ads.js"> </script>

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  • Threading models when talking to hardware devices

    - by Fuzz
    When writing an interface to hardware over a communication bus, communications timing can sometimes be critical to the operation of a device. As such, it is common for developers to spin up new threads to handle communications. It can also be a terrible idea to have a whole bunch of threads in your system, an in the case that you have multiple hardware devices you may have many many threads that are out of control of the main application. Certainly it can be common to have two threads per device, one for reading and one for writing. I am trying to determine the pros and cons of the two different models I can think of, and would love the help of the Programmers community. Each device instance gets handles it's own threads (or shares a thread for a communication device). A thread may exist for writing, and one for reading. Requested writes to a device from the API are buffered and worked on by the writer thread. The read thread exists in the case of blocking communications, and uses call backs to pass read data to the application. Timing of communications can be handled by the communications thread. Devices aren't given their own threads. Instead read and write requests are queued/buffered. The application then calls a "DoWork" function on the interface and allows all read and writes to take place and fire their callbacks. Timing is handled by the application, and the driver can request to be called at a given specific frequency. Pros for Item 1 include finer grain control of timing at the communication level at the expense of having control of whats going on at the higher level application level (which for a real time system, can be terrible). Pros for Item 2 include better control over the timing of the entire system for the application, at the expense of allowing each driver to handle it's own business. If anyone has experience with these scenarios, I'd love to hear some ideas on the approaches used.

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  • What is a 'good number' of exceptions to implement for my library?

    - by Fuzz
    I've always wondered how many different exception classes I should implement and throw for various pieces of my software. My particular development is usually C++/C#/Java related, but I believe this is a question for all languages. I want to understand what is a good number of different exceptions to throw, and what the developer community expect of a good library. The trade-offs I see include: More exception classes can allow very fine grain levels of error handling for API users (prone to user configuration or data errors, or files not being found) More exception classes allows error specific information to be embedded in the exception, rather than just a string message or error code More exception classes can mean more code maintenance More exception classes can mean the API is less approachable to users The scenarios I wish to understand exception usage in include: During 'configuration' stage, which might include loading files or setting parameters During an 'operation' type phase where the library might be running tasks and doing some work, perhaps in another thread Other patterns of error reporting without using exceptions, or less exceptions (as a comparison) might include: Less exceptions, but embedding an error code that can be used as a lookup Returning error codes and flags directly from functions (sometimes not possible from threads) Implemented an event or callback system upon error (avoids stack unwinding) As developers, what do you prefer to see? If there are MANY exceptions, do you bother error handling them separately anyway? Do you have a preference for error handling types depending on the stage of operation?

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  • Transmission-daemon not picking up on watch directory

    - by Mild Fuzz
    Trying to get my transmission-daemon to pick up files from a dropbox folder, to make remote starting easier (it's a headless system). As far as I can tell, the settings.json file is as expected, but none of the files I place in the folder get picked up. I have checked that dropbox is syncing correctly. Here is the whole settings.json file, but the relevant lines are included below: "watch-dir": "/home/john/Dropbox/torrents", "watch-dir-enabled": true Update It appears to be a permissions issue. From /var/log/syslog: Unable to watch "/home/john/Dropbox/torrents": Permission denied (watch.c:79) I have tried stopping the daemon - sudo service transmission-daemon stop - changing permissions of folder using chown - sudo chown -R john /home/john/Dropbox/torrents - restarting daemon - sudo service transmission-daemon start Same result, however Update 2 Permissions for the folder are: drwsrwsrwx 2 john debian-transmission 4096 2012-04-09 19:40

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  • Can a web server and XBMC HTPC co exist happily?

    - by Mild Fuzz
    I have a machine that is currently dedicated to running my home theatre. It is way more powerful than it needs to be, and spec wise would have no problem running both a few websites and an HTPC What I wanted to know is that is this was a reasonable thing to expect of a single machine? 90% of the time, all it's power would be just for the web server ( and the odd torrent) Currently it's running Windows, but I am pretty sure I will have to turn it into a Linux box Will I run into any problems? Is there anything I need to know before I start? Any prerequisites? The webserver will be required to run Ruby on Rails sites mainly, but might be called upon to run PHP for Wordpress also.

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  • Lenovo X220 right click does not work with ubuntu 12.04

    - by fulop
    I am unable to right click with my new X220 Lenovo sub-notebook. I have read several workaround but even not know which one would help me. Can someone help me to find the solution or workaround? dpkg-buildpackage: export CFLAGS from dpkg-buildflags (origin: vendor): -g -O2 -fstack-protector --param=ssp-buffer-size=4 -Wformat -Wformat-security dpkg-buildpackage: export CPPFLAGS from dpkg-buildflags (origin: vendor): -D_FORTIFY_SOURCE=2 dpkg-buildpackage: export CXXFLAGS from dpkg-buildflags (origin: vendor): -g -O2 -fstack-protector --param=ssp-buffer-size=4 -Wformat -Wformat-security dpkg-buildpackage: export FFLAGS from dpkg-buildflags (origin: vendor): -g -O2 dpkg-buildpackage: export LDFLAGS from dpkg-buildflags (origin: vendor): -Wl,-Bsymbolic-functions -Wl,-z,relro dpkg-buildpackage: source package xserver-xorg-input-synaptics dpkg-buildpackage: source version 1.6.2-1ubuntu1~precise2 dpkg-buildpackage: source changed by Timo Aaltonen <[email protected]> dpkg-buildpackage: host architecture amd64 dpkg-source --before-build xserver-xorg-input-synaptics-1.6.2 fakeroot debian/rules clean dh clean --with quilt,autoreconf,xsf --builddirectory=build/ dh_testdir -O--builddirectory=build/ dh_auto_clean -O--builddirectory=build/ dh_quilt_unpatch -O--builddirectory=build/ Removing patch 131_reset-num_active_touches-on-deviceoff.patch Restoring src/synaptics.c Removing patch 130_dont_enable_rightbutton_area.patch Restoring conf/50-synaptics.conf Removing patch 129_disable_three_touch_tap.patch Restoring src/synaptics.c Removing patch 128_disable_three_click_action.patch Restoring src/synaptics.c Removing patch 126_ubuntu_xi22.patch Restoring configure.ac Removing patch 125_option_rec_revert.patch Restoring test/fake-symbols.h Restoring test/fake-symbols.c Removing patch 124_syndaemon_events.patch Restoring tools/syndaemon.c Removing patch 118_quell_error_msg.patch Restoring tools/synclient.c Restoring tools/syndaemon.c Removing patch 115_evdev_only.patch Restoring conf/50-synaptics.conf Removing patch 106_always_enable_vert_edge_scroll.patch Restoring src/synaptics.c Removing patch 104_always_enable_tapping.patch Restoring src/synaptics.c Removing patch 103_enable_cornertapping.patch Restoring src/synaptics.c Removing patch 101_resolution_detect_option.patch Restoring include/synaptics-properties.h Restoring man/synaptics.man Restoring src/synapticsstr.h Restoring src/properties.c Restoring src/synaptics.c Restoring tools/synclient.c Removing patch 02-do-not-use-synaptics-for-keyboards.patch Restoring conf/11-x11-synaptics.fdi No patches applied dh_autoreconf_clean -O--builddirectory=build/ dh_clean -O--builddirectory=build/ dpkg-source -b xserver-xorg-input-synaptics-1.6.2 dpkg-source: warning: no source format specified in debian/source/format, see dpkg-source(1) dpkg-source: info: using source format `1.0' dpkg-source: info: building xserver-xorg-input-synaptics using existing xserver-xorg-input-synaptics_1.6.2.orig.tar.gz dpkg-source: info: building xserver-xorg-input-synaptics in xserver-xorg-input-synaptics_1.6.2-1ubuntu1~precise2.diff.gz dpkg-source: warning: the diff modifies the following upstream files: autogen.sh docs/README.alps docs/tapndrag.dia docs/trouble-shooting.txt dpkg-source: info: use the '3.0 (quilt)' format to have separate and documented changes to upstream files, see dpkg-source(1) dpkg-source: info: building xserver-xorg-input-synaptics in xserver-xorg-input-synaptics_1.6.2-1ubuntu1~precise2.dsc debian/rules build dh build --with quilt,autoreconf,xsf --builddirectory=build/ dh_testdir -O--builddirectory=build/ dh_quilt_patch -O--builddirectory=build/ Applying patch 02-do-not-use-synaptics-for-keyboards.patch patching file conf/11-x11-synaptics.fdi Hunk #1 succeeded at 9 (offset 7 lines). Applying patch 101_resolution_detect_option.patch patching file include/synaptics-properties.h patching file man/synaptics.man patching file src/properties.c Hunk #3 succeeded at 787 (offset 6 lines). patching file src/synaptics.c Hunk #2 succeeded at 1403 (offset 3 lines). Hunk #3 succeeded at 1421 (offset 3 lines). patching file src/synapticsstr.h patching file tools/synclient.c Applying patch 103_enable_cornertapping.patch patching file src/synaptics.c Hunk #1 succeeded at 762 with fuzz 1 (offset 202 lines). Applying patch 104_always_enable_tapping.patch patching file src/synaptics.c Hunk #1 succeeded at 662 with fuzz 2 (offset 6 lines). Applying patch 106_always_enable_vert_edge_scroll.patch patching file src/synaptics.c Hunk #1 succeeded at 673 (offset 174 lines). Applying patch 115_evdev_only.patch patching file conf/50-synaptics.conf Hunk #1 succeeded at 14 with fuzz 2. Applying patch 118_quell_error_msg.patch patching file tools/synclient.c patching file tools/syndaemon.c Applying patch 124_syndaemon_events.patch patching file tools/syndaemon.c Applying patch 125_option_rec_revert.patch patching file test/fake-symbols.c patching file test/fake-symbols.h Applying patch 126_ubuntu_xi22.patch patching file configure.ac Applying patch 128_disable_three_click_action.patch patching file src/synaptics.c Hunk #1 succeeded at 671 (offset 174 lines). Applying patch 129_disable_three_touch_tap.patch patching file src/synaptics.c Hunk #1 succeeded at 665 (offset 32 lines). Applying patch 130_dont_enable_rightbutton_area.patch patching file conf/50-synaptics.conf Applying patch 131_reset-num_active_touches-on-deviceoff.patch patching file src/synaptics.c Applying patch 201-wait.patch patching file src/eventcomm.c Hunk #1 FAILED at 750. Hunk #2 FAILED at 775. Hunk #3 FAILED at 784. 3 out of 3 hunks FAILED -- rejects in file src/eventcomm.c Patch 201-wait.patch does not apply (enforce with -f) dh_quilt_patch: quilt --quiltrc /dev/null push -a || test $? = 2 returned exit code 1 make: *** [build] Error 25 dpkg-buildpackage: error: debian/rules build gave error exit status 2

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  • Fuzzing for Security

    - by Sylvain Duloutre
    Yesterday, I attended an internal workshop about ethical hacking. Hacking skills like fuzzing can be used to quantitatively assess and measure security threats in software.  Fuzzing is a software testing technique used to discover coding errors and security loopholes in software, operating systems or networks by injecting massive amounts of random data, called fuzz, to the system in an attempt to make it crash. If the program contains a vulnerability that can leads to an exception, crash or server error (in the case of web apps), it can be determined that a vulnerability has been discovered.A fuzzer is a program that generates and injects random (and in general faulty) input to an application. Its main purpose is to make things easier and automated.There are typically two methods for producing fuzz data that is sent to a target, Generation or Mutation. Generational fuzzers are capable of building the data being sent based on a data model provided by the fuzzer creator. Sometimes this is simple and dumb as sending random bytes, swapping bytes or much smarter by knowing good values and combining them in interesting ways.Mutation on the other hand starts out with a known good "template" which is then modified. However, nothing that is not present in the "template" or "seed" will be produced.Generally fuzzers are good at finding buffer overflow, DoS, SQL Injection, Format String bugs etc. They do a poor job at finding vulnerabilites related to information disclosure, encryption flaws and any other vulnerability that does not cause the program to crash.  Fuzzing is simple and offers a high benefit-to-cost ratio but does not replace other proven testing techniques.What is your computer doing over the week-end ?

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  • Why is my code returning a Null Object Refrence error when using WatIn?

    - by Fuzz Evans
    I keep getting a Null Object Refrence Error, but can't tell why. I have a CSV file that contains 100 urls. The file is read into an array called "lines". public partial class Form1 : System.Windows.Forms.Form { string[] lines; public Form1() ... private void ReadLinksIntoMemory() { //this reads the chosen csv file into our "lines" array //and splits on comma's and new lines to create new objects within the array using (StreamReader sr = new StreamReader(@"C:\temp.csv")) { //reads everything in our csv into 1 long line string fileContents = sr.ReadToEnd(); //splits the 1 long line read in into multiple objects of the lines array lines = fileContents.Split(new string[] { ",", Environment.NewLine }, StringSplitOptions.RemoveEmptyEntries); sr.Dispose(); } } The next part is where I get the null object error. When I try to use WatIn to go to the first item in the lines array it says I'm referencing a null object. private void GoToEditLinks() { for (int i = 0; i < lines.Length; i++) { //go to each link sequentially myIE.GoTo(lines[i].ToString()); //sleep so we can make sure the page loads System.Threading.Thread.Sleep(5000); } } When I debug the code it says that the GoTo request calls lines which is null. It seems like I need to declare the array, but don't I need to tell it an exact size to do that? Example: lines = new string[10] I thought I could use the lines.Length to tell it how big to make the array but that didn't work. What is weird to me is I can use the following code without problem: //returns the accurate number of urls that were in the CSV we read in earlier txtbx1.text = lines.Length; //or //this returns the last entry in the csv, as well as the last entry in the array TextBox2.Text = lines[lines.Length - 1]; I am confused why the array clearly has items in it, they can be called to fill a text box, but when I try to call them in my for loop it says its a null reference? UPDATE: By placing my cursor on both calls to lines and pressing f12 I find they both go to the same instance. The thought next is that I am not calling ReadLinksIntoMemory in time, below is my code: private void button1_Click(object sender, EventArgs e) { button1.Enabled = false; ReadLinksIntoMemory(); GoToEditLinks(); button1.Enabled = true; } Unless I'm mistaken the code says that the ReadLinksIntoMemory method must complete before GoToEditLinks can be called? If ReadLinksIntoMemory didn't finish in time I shouldn't be able to fill my text boxes with the lines array length and/or last entry. UPDATE: Stepping into the method GoToEditLinks() I see that lines is null before it calls: myIE.GoTo(lines[i]); but when it hits the goto command the value changes from null to the url it is suppose to go to, but at that same time it gives me the null object error? UPDATE: I added a IsNullOrEmpty check method and lines array passes it without any issue. I'm beginning to think it is an issue with WatIn and the myIE.GoTo command. I think this is the stack trace/call stack? Program.exe!Program.Form1.GoToEditLinks() Line 284 C# Program.exe!Program.Form1.button1_Click(object sender, System.EventArgs e) Line 191 + 0x8 bytes C# [External Code] Program.exe!Program.Program.Main() Line 18 + 0x1d bytes C# [External Code]

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  • Delete System Files containing string

    - by Fuzz Evans
    I am trying to write a batch file that will examine a given directory, read each file for a given string "Example" and then delete any files that contain the string. The files are also System Files so I don't know what the exact extension is or if that matters (maybe you can just omit a file type filter and have it read all files?). Some of the files will be locked from reading as well so it needs to handle access denial errors if that occurs, not sure how batch files handle that.

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  • Bay Area JUG Roundup 2010 - A Good Time for All

    - by Justin Kestelyn
    The first Bay Area JUG Roundup (#roundup10) convened at Oracle HQ on Wednesday evening, in the palatial surroundings of the Oracle Conference Center. (Yes, there will be more!) A couple hundred people were there, I'd say. More came out of this meetup than a bunch of new contacts and some mild indigestion (or even a mild hangover): - We (meaning, Oracle) announced the opening of the eight annual Duke's Choice Awards. As described on the Web page, "The awards celebrate extreme innovation in the world of Java technology and are granted to the best and most innovative projects using the Java platform." Entries will be accepted through July 1, with winners announced at JavaOne 2010. - Even more exciting, we offered a sneak preview of the Java Road Trip, a cross-country, 20-stop bus tour this Summer involving one rock-star bus, one full-time blogger/videographer, a whole bunch of Java demos and speakers, and lots of beer and prizes. Stay tuned for more info about this. - Sonya Barry, Java.net community manager, announced the beta.java.net project - which will be the end result of the java.net migration to a Kenai back-end and retooled social/community layer (already in progress). Sonya also announced that Maven support for Java.net projects is imminent, with just a contract to be signed in the next couple of weeks. Finally, we were all treated to a typically hilarious Java Posse appearance. Arun Gupta has posted photos as well as meetup slideware at his blog. And as soon as the video replay (thanks, Steve Chin) and Java Posse podcasts are available, I'll post links to those here too.

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  • How to fix display on external Samsung Syncmaster shifted to the right when connected to Macbook Pro?

    - by joe larson
    Is there something special I need to do to be able to use external LCD displays with my new MacBook Pro? Do I need extra software, or do I possibly need a different cable? I'm attempting to use an external display with my MBP. I've got a "Mini DisplayPort to VGA Female Adapter for Mac", plugged into the thunderbolt port on my MBP, which I understood should be compatible with thunderbolt. I've tried this with three different SyncMaster models: a B2330 (21.5"), a EX2220 (22"), and a third (also 22" ish) which I don't have the model # for -- but all are 1920x1080 resolution; plus an additional HP monitor of similar size and resolution. In all four cases, the MBP recognizes the screen and choses the correct resolution. However, the display is shifted over about 1 inch. This is true no matter if I change screen resolutions also. The controls on the monitor for horizontal position don't help. Also, sometimes (especially if I drag an app over into the second screen), the screen starts skipping left to right and having bands of fuzz. Additionally, the monitor will periodically blink off for a moment, trying to switch from Digital to Analog and back (the Syncmaster shows text on the screen to tell you it's trying to do this). Often when it comes back from one of these blank-outs, it will show OK (no skipping or fuzz) but still shifted right; then after a few seconds it will go wrong again skipping and fuzzy. This photo shows the worst of it. I've added red rectangles to show the physical edge of the screen, and a yellow rectangle to show the empty space on the left of the screen. (Sorry for the awful quality and lighting!) Also, it's worth noting I am on Mac OS X 10.6.7, and yes I have this update 1.4 installed.

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  • validate() > show field after radiobutton selection

    - by RihanU
    hi im saw this jquery script: http://jquery.bassistance.de/validate/demo/ and i want also the posibility to show a field when a button is checked but not with a checkbox. but with two radiobuttons. if radiobutton1 is checked, display field1 and if radiobutton2 is checked display field 2 what do i have to change..? <script type="text/javascript"> $().ready(function() { //code to hide topic selection, disable for demo var foo = $("#foo"); // foo topics are optional, hide first var inital = foo.is(":checked"); var topics = $("#blaat")[inital ? "removeClass" : "addClass"]("gray"); var topicInputs = topics.find("input").attr("disabled", !inital); // show when foo is checked foo.click(function() { topics[this.checked ? "removeClass" : "addClass"]("gray"); topicInputs.attr("disabled", !this.checked); }); }); </script> <form class="cmxform" id="signupForm" method="get" action=""> <fieldset> <p> <label for="foo">De checkbox dus veranderen naar 2 radio buttons</label> <input type="checkbox" class="checkbox" id="foo" name="foo" /> <!-- <input type="radio" value="ding" class="checkbox" id="foo" name="foo" /> <input type="radio" value="dong" class="checkbox" id="foo" name="foo" /> --> </p> <!-- Fieldset 1 --> <fieldset id="blaat"> <label for="topic_marketflash"> <input type="checkbox" id="topic_marketflash" value="marketflash" name="topic" /> Marketflash </label> <label for="topic_fuzz"> <input type="checkbox" id="topic_fuzz" value="fuzz" name="topic" /> Latest fuzz </label> <label for="topic_digester"> <input type="checkbox" id="topic_digester" value="digester" name="topic" /> Mailing list digester </label> </fieldset> <!-- --> <!-- Fieldset 2 --> <fieldset id="andere"> <label for="topic_marketflash"> <input type="checkbox" id="topic_marketflash" value="marketflash" name="topic" /> Voor </label> <label for="topic_fuzz"> <input type="checkbox" id="topic_fuzz" value="fuzz" name="topic" /> Beelden </label> </fieldset> <!-- --> </fieldset> </form>

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  • Silent Partner

    - by [email protected]
    The Team Behind the Man Behind the Mask As a continuing sponsor of the blockbuster Iron Man franchise, Oracle has been quietly preparing for the explosive sequel blasting its way into theaters this May. Through a series of advertising campaigns, immersive online experiences, and contests, Oracle plans to highlight its backstage efforts to help Marvel Entertainment hone its newfound superpowers. By driving the performance of critical systems, Oracle technologies are helping Marvel transform itself from mild-mannered comic book publisher to film industry power broker. You can learn more about this dynamic duo, and get free movie memorabilia, by visiting our Iron Man 2 showcase site.

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  • Dynamic Frame Creation

    - by piluso
    Hi, I have a web page, normal no fuzz or weird stuff. And I want to trap that page inside an html frame when a user clicks on a given link. The thing is i don't want to reload the page. Some kind of dynamic DOM trickery seems the way to go, but to no avail in my tests. If anyone has any ideas it would be great! Thanks

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  • Is there a way to emulate pinch-zoom?

    - by aking1012
    I'm looking for a way to emulate pinch zoom in either an android emulator(android SDK-less desirable) or a (preferred) native Ubuntu web browser that I can resize to a specified size for initial testing of HTML5 applications. This is would be useful for first round testing during cross-platform application development. Note: I'm trying to do this with no real touch-device only a mouse. So the best answer would be something like "Install this chromium plug-in and use this hotkey to set pinch points" or something similar. We already have this for getting dual mouse working(thanks AmithKK). The browser that supports multi-touch is the hard part. Something to note is that I start getting screen artifacts using multiple mice via that guide. They're mild and tolerable, but they are there.

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  • Where to put Assertions?

    - by sud03r
    Hi, Having assertions for unexpected conditions is considered to be good defensive coding practice. I happen to place assertions whenever i think something unexpected may happen, but that now seems to be an overkill to me. Additionally, sometimes mild unexpected conditions that don't necessarily lead to crash may even cause failure on customer end. Is there a hard and fast rule to put assertions? Thanks.

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  • Fuzzy Sound / Crackling

    - by Walter White
    Whenever I play music through my headphones on my laptop, I get a little bit of fuzz or cracking that is noticeable at lower volumes. When I listen through my phone, the sound is much clearer, both when music is playing and nothing is playing. The noise is more noticeable with my Sennheiser 280 PRO headphones than with earbuds. Is there anything I can do to improve audio playback on my laptop? I am surprised that the audio quality is better on my phone than my laptop which should have better hardware.

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  • Are there any command line utilities which can calculate and/or limit how fast a pipe is running?

    - by stsquad
    I'm doing some basic stress testing of a Linux kernel network IWF with netcat. The set-up is fairly simple. On the target side: nc -l -p 10000 > /dev/null And on my desktop I was running: cat /dev/urandom | nc 192.168.0.20 10000 I'm using urandom for some poor-mans fuzz testing. However I find that even at this rate I can break something quite quickly. EDIT So I've been playing with trickle to rate limit how fast I'm generating data: cat /dev/urandom | trickle -u 10 nc 192.168.0.20 10000 But it's hard to tell if this is working. What would be really useful is a the pv equivilent of trickle that can work with pipes.

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