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  • Need help on Coda slider tabs to move inside an overflow:hidden div

    - by Reden
    I'm not too good at javascript. and hope I can get a bit of help. I'm using Coda Slider 2.0, and have designed it to where the tabs are another slider to the right of the main slider, and each item. Basically like this mootools plugin http://landofcoder.com/demo/mootool/lofslidernews/index2.1.html Problem is the items will not scroll. How do I make the items (or tabs to the right) scroll down as the slider rotates? Otherwise the slider will show the 4th slide but not scroll to the 4th item on the right, but Thanks everyone. Here is the Coda-Slider plugin: // when the DOM is ready... $(document).ready(function () { var $panels = $('#slider .scrollContainer > div'); var $container = $('#slider .scrollContainer'); // if false, we'll float all the panels left and fix the width // of the container var horizontal = true; // float the panels left if we're going horizontal if (horizontal) { $panels.css({ 'float' : 'left', 'position' : 'relative' // IE fix to ensure overflow is hidden }); // calculate a new width for the container (so it holds all panels) $container.css('width', $panels[0].offsetWidth * $panels.length); } // collect the scroll object, at the same time apply the hidden overflow // to remove the default scrollbars that will appear var $scroll = $('#slider .scroll').css('overflow', 'hidden'); // apply our left + right buttons $scroll .before('<img class="scrollButtons left" src="images/scroll_left.png" />') .after('<img class="scrollButtons right" src="images/scroll_right.png" />'); // handle nav selection function selectNav() { $(this) .parents('ul:first') .find('a') .removeClass('selected') .end() .end() .addClass('selected'); } $('#slider .navigation').find('a').click(selectNav); // go find the navigation link that has this target and select the nav function trigger(data) { var el = $('#slider .navigation').find('a[href$="' + data.id + '"]').get(0); selectNav.call(el); } if (window.location.hash) { trigger({ id : window.location.hash.substr(1) }); } else { $('ul.navigation a:first').click(); } // offset is used to move to *exactly* the right place, since I'm using // padding on my example, I need to subtract the amount of padding to // the offset. Try removing this to get a good idea of the effect var offset = parseInt((horizontal ? $container.css('paddingTop') : $container.css('paddingLeft')) || 0) * -1; var scrollOptions = { target: $scroll, // the element that has the overflow // can be a selector which will be relative to the target items: $panels, navigation: '.navigation a', // selectors are NOT relative to document, i.e. make sure they're unique prev: 'img.left', next: 'img.right', // allow the scroll effect to run both directions axis: 'xy', onAfter: trigger, // our final callback offset: offset, // duration of the sliding effect duration: 500, // easing - can be used with the easing plugin: // http://gsgd.co.uk/sandbox/jquery/easing/ easing: 'swing' }; // apply serialScroll to the slider - we chose this plugin because it // supports// the indexed next and previous scroll along with hooking // in to our navigation. $('#slider').serialScroll(scrollOptions); // now apply localScroll to hook any other arbitrary links to trigger // the effect $.localScroll(scrollOptions); // finally, if the URL has a hash, move the slider in to position, // setting the duration to 1 because I don't want it to scroll in the // very first page load. We don't always need this, but it ensures // the positioning is absolutely spot on when the pages loads. scrollOptions.duration = 1; $.localScroll.hash(scrollOptions); /////////////////////////////////////////////// // autoscroll /////////////////////////////////////////////// // start to automatically cycle the tabs cycleTimer = setInterval(function () { $scroll.trigger('next'); }, 2000); // how many milliseconds, change this to whatever you like // select some trigger elements to stop the auto-cycle var $stopTriggers = $('#slider .navigation').find('a') // tab headers .add('.scroll') // panel itself .add('.stopscroll') // links to the stop class div .add('.navigation') // links to navigation id for tabs .add("a[href^='#']"); // links to a tab // this is the function that will stop the auto-cycle function stopCycle() { // remove the no longer needed stop triggers clearInterval(cycleTimer); // stop the auto-cycle itself $buttons.show(); // show the navigation buttons document.getElementById('stopscroll').style.display='none'; // hide the stop div document.getElementById('startscroll').style.display='block'; // block the start div } // bind stop cycle function to the click event using namespaces $stopTriggers.bind('click.cycle', stopCycle); /////////////////////////////////////////////// // end autoscroll /////////////////////////////////////////////// // edit to start again /////////////////////////////////////////////// // select some trigger elements to stop the auto-cycle var $startTriggers_start = $('#slider .navigation').find('a') // tab headers .add('.startscroll'); // links to the start class div // this is the function that will stop the auto-cycle function startCycle() { // remove the no longer needed stop triggers $buttons.hide(); // show the navigation buttons $scroll.trigger('next'); // directly to the next first cycleTimer = setInterval(function () { // now set timer again $scroll.trigger('next'); }, 5000); // how many milliseconds, change this to whatever you like document.getElementById('stopscroll').style.display='block'; // block the stop div document.getElementById('startscroll').style.display='none'; // hide the start div } // bind stop cycle function to the click event using namespaces $startTriggers_start.bind('click.cycle', startCycle); /////////////////////////////////////////////// // end edit to start /////////////////////////////////////////////// });

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  • margin between content and div overflow scrollbar

    - by ben
    I am using the following bits of code to keep my menu items fixed while allowing for the scrolling of content because it seems to be the most stable method across all browsers. body { overflow: hidden; } div.content { height: 100%; overflow: auto; } My problem is simple, and yet I can not seem to figure it out, the content inside the tag butts up against the scrollbar for the div area and it makes reading much more difficult. How can I get a margin between them (apart from floating a transparent image to the right to create space, there HAS to be a better way)?

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  • Figuring out if overflow:auto would have been triggered on a div

    - by jerrygarciuh
    Hi folks, // Major edit, sorry in bed with back pain, screwed up post One of the ad agencies I code for had me set up an alternate scrolling solution because you know how designers hate things that just work but aren't beautiful. The scrolling solution is applied to divs with overflow:hidden and uses jQuery's scrollTo(). So, this is married in places to their CMS. What I have not been able to sort yet is how to hide the scrolling UI when overflow:auto would not have been triggered by the CMS content. The divs have set heights and widths. Can i detect hidden content? Or measure the div contents' height? Any ideas? TIA JG

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  • WPF TextBlock Overflow Text to the Left

    - by shf301
    As background I have a very long ID that too long to display in the given area of the TextBlock. The interesting portion of the ID is the end, that is the rightmost portion. What I would like to do is have the TextBlock, rather than the text overflowing right and cutting off the rightmost portion, overflow left and cutoff the leftmost portion. That is given the ID 123456 and a TextBlock with enough space to hold four characters, to get the TextBlock to display 3456 rather than 1234 as it does by default. I could manually trim my ID for display, but given a variable spaced font that's not ideal. So is there someway to get WPF do change the overflow direction?

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  • Setting overflow:auto, yet not horizontal scrollbar is displayed

    - by ikaushan
    Hi, Why doesn't div with id "shouldHaveScrollBar" doesn't display a horizontal scrollbar: <div style="overflow:hidden; width: 300px; height: 300px; background-color:blue; color:white"> <div>Some stuff</div> <div>Some other stuff"</div> <div id="shouldHaveScrollBar" style="background-color:grey; width: 100%; height: 100%; overflow-x:auto"> <input type="text" size=200"> </div> </div> Thank you,

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  • Changing overflow from div dynamically [closed]

    - by user552669
    Hello comunnity! I am filling a div using JQuery. This div has the CSS property 'overflow' set to 'auto' (to display scrollbars because the div has a lot of HTML inside). But the DIV doesn't display the scrollbars. I think that the problem is that I'm setting the CSS property using CSS and the DIV is filling dynamically. How can I do to display scrollbars if the HTML inside the DIV doesn't fit, but dynamically? I'm trying to set the property manually after fill the div, but didn't work: function createWB(tag){ // Fill the div // ... // Set the scrollbars $('.tab_content').css('overflow','auto'); } If a set the property to 'scroll', the scrollbars appear, but disabled. Thanks in advance! :)

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  • VBA long overflow

    - by HK_CH
    Hi I am trying to do some maths with my VBA excel (prime factorization) and I am hitting the limit of the long data type (runtime error 6 Overflow). Is there any way to get around this and still stay within VBA? (I am aware that the obvious one would be to use another more appropriate programming language) Thanks for help in advance! Thank you, it works in so far that I am able to get the big numbers into the variables now. However when I try to apply the MOD function (bignumber MOD 2 for example) it still fails with error message runtime error 6 Overflow.

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  • What if we run out of stack space in C# or Python?

    - by dotneteer
    Supposing we are running a recursive algorithm on a very large data set that requires, say, 1 million recursive calls. Normally, one would solve such a large problem by converting recursion to a loop and a stack, but what if we do not want to or cannot rewrite the algorithm? Python has the sys.setrecursionlimit(int) method to set the number of recursions. However, this is only part of the story; the program can still run our of stack space. C# does not have a equivalent method. Fortunately, both C# and Python have option to set the stack space when creating a thread. In C#, there is an overloaded constructor for the Thread class that accepts a parameter for the stack size: Thread t = new Thread(work, stackSize); In Python, we can set the stack size by calling: threading.stack_size(67108864) We can then run our work under a new thread with increased stack size.

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  • Help with SQL server stack dump

    - by edosoft
    Hi guru's We're running SQL 2005 standard SP2 on a 4cpu box. Suddenly it crashdumps, after which all pooled connections are invalid and it goes into admin-only mode (only sa can connect) The short stackdump is below. After the dump a number of errors show up like '2008-09-16 10:49:34.48 Server Resource Monitor (0xec4) Worker 0x03D1C0E8 appears to be non-yielding on Node 0. Memory freed: 232408 KB. Approx CPU Used: kernel 203 ms, user 140 ms, Interval: 250250.' Have Googled around but couldn't find a definate answer. Anyone? 2008-09-16 10:46:24.98 Server Using 'dbghelp.dll' version '4.0.5' 2008-09-16 10:46:25.40 Server **Dump thread - spid = 0, PSS = 0x00000000, EC = 0x00000000 2008-09-16 10:46:25.40 Server ***Stack Dump being sent to C:\Program Files\Microsoft SQL Server\MSSQL.1\MSSQL\LOG\SQLDump0009.txt 2008-09-16 10:46:25.40 Server * ******************************************************************************* 2008-09-16 10:46:25.40 Server * 2008-09-16 10:46:25.40 Server * BEGIN STACK DUMP: 2008-09-16 10:46:25.40 Server * 09/16/08 10:46:25 spid 0 2008-09-16 10:46:25.42 Server * 2008-09-16 10:46:25.42 Server * Non-yielding Resource Monitor 2008-09-16 10:46:25.42 Server * 2008-09-16 10:46:25.42 Server * ******************************************************************************* 2008-09-16 10:46:25.42 Server * ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 2008-09-16 10:46:25.42 Server * Short Stack Dump 2008-09-16 10:46:25.76 Server Stack Signature for the dump is 0x00000352 2008-09-16 10:46:32.70 Server External dump process return code 0x20000001.

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  • Illustration of buffer overflows for students (linux, C)

    - by osgx
    Hello My friend is teacher of first-year CS students. We want to show them buffer overflow exploitation. But modern distribs are protected from simples buffer overflows: HOME=`perl -e "print 'A'x269"` one_widely_used_utility_is_here --help on debian (blame it) Caught signal 11, on modern commercial redhat *** buffer overflow detected ***: /usr/bin/one_widely_used_utility_is_here terminated ======= Backtrace: ========= /lib/libc.so.6(__chk_fail+0x41)[0xc321c1] /lib/libc.so.6(__strcpy_chk+0x43)[0xc315e3] /usr/bin/one_widely_used_utility_is_here[0x805xxxc] /usr/bin/one_widely_used_utility_is_here[0x804xxxc] /lib/libc.so.6(__libc_start_main+0xdc)[0xb61e9c] /usr/bin/one_widely_used_utility_is_here[0x804xxx1] ======= Memory map: ======== 00336000-00341000 r-xp 00000000 08:02 2751047 /lib/libgcc_s-4.1.2-20080825.so.1 00341000-00342000 rwxp 0000a000 08:02 2751047 /lib/libgcc_s-4.1.2-20080825.so.1 008f3000-008f4000 r-xp 008f3000 00:00 0 [vdso] The same detector fails for more synthetic examples from the internet. How can we demonstrate buffer overflow with modern non-GPL distribs (there is no debian in classes) How can we DISABLE canary word checking in stack ? DISABLE checking variants of strcpy/strcat ? write an example (in plain C) with working buffer overrun ?

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  • Stack Overflow problem in a recursive program in C

    - by Adi
    Hi all, I am getting a stack overflow in one of the recursive functions i am running.. Here is the code.. void* buddyMalloc(int req_size) { // Do something here return buddy_findout(original_index,req_size); // This is the recursive call } void *buddy_findout(int current_index,int req_size) { char *selected = NULL; if(front!=NULL) { if(current_index==original_index) { // Do something here return selected; } else { // Do Something here return buddy_findout(current_index+1,req_size); } } else { return buddy_findout(current_index-1,req_size); } } Consider the initial value of index to be 4. and it first do index-1 till it reaches 0 index. and then it comes back to index 4 by incrementing..This is wht i want to implement. But it gives a stack overflow with memory map in the command prompt : Here is the output from my shell : * glibc detected * ./473_mem: free(): invalid pointer: 0x00c274c0 * ======= Backtrace: ========= /lib/tls/i686/cmov/libc.so.6[0xb50ff1] /lib/tls/i686/cmov/libc.so.6[0xb526f2] /lib/tls/i686/cmov/libc.so.6(cfree+0x6d)[0xb557cd] ./473_mem[0x8048b44] ./473_mem[0x8048b74] ./473_mem[0x8048b74] ./473_mem[0x8048944] ./473_mem[0x8048c87] ./473_mem[0x8048d31] ./473_mem[0x8048f79] /lib/tls/i686/cmov/libc.so.6(__libc_start_main+0xe6)[0xafcb56] ./473_mem[0x8048671] ======= Memory map: ======== 0017c000-00198000 r-xp 00000000 08:01 5224 /lib/libgcc_s.so.1 00198000-00199000 r--p 0001b000 08:01 5224 /lib/libgcc_s.so.1 00199000-0019a000 rw-p 0001c000 08:01 5224 /lib/libgcc_s.so.1 00260000-00284000 r-xp 00000000 08:01 1927 /lib/tls/i686/cmov/libm-2.10.1.so 00284000-00285000 r--p 00023000 08:01 1927 /lib/tls/i686/cmov/libm-2.10.1.so 00285000-00286000 rw-p 00024000 08:01 1927 /lib/tls/i686/cmov/libm-2.10.1.so 006cd000-006e8000 r-xp 00000000 08:01 6662 /lib/ld-2.10.1.so 006e8000-006e9000 r--p 0001a000 08:01 6662 /lib/ld-2.10.1.so 006e9000-006ea000 rw-p 0001b000 08:01 6662 /lib/ld-2.10.1.so 00aa9000-00aaa000 r-xp 00000000 00:00 0 [vdso] 00ae6000-00c24000 r-xp 00000000 08:01 1900 /lib/tls/i686/cmov/libc-2.10.1.so 00c24000-00c25000 ---p 0013e000 08:01 1900 /lib/tls/i686/cmov/libc-2.10.1.so 00c25000-00c27000 r--p 0013e000 08:01 1900 /lib/tls/i686/cmov/libc-2.10.1.so 00c27000-00c28000 rw-p 00140000 08:01 1900 /lib/tls/i686/cmov/libc-2.10.1.so 00c28000-00c2b000 rw-p 00000000 00:00 0 08048000-0804a000 r-xp 00000000 00:14 2176 /media/windows-share/OS/Project2/473_mem 0804a000-0804b000 r--p 00001000 00:14 2176 /media/windows-share/OS/Project2/473_mem 0804b000-0804c000 rw-p 00002000 00:14 2176 /media/windows-share/OS/Project2/473_mem 08483000-084a4000 rw-p 00000000 00:00 0 [heap] b7600000-b7621000 rw-p 00000000 00:00 0 b7621000-b7700000 ---p 00000000 00:00 0 b7716000-b7819000 rw-p 00000000 00:00 0 b7827000-b782a000 rw-p 00000000 00:00 0 bfb96000-bfbab000 rw-p 00000000 00:00 0 [stack] Aborted Thanks in advance adi

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  • Recursive function causing a stack overflow

    - by dbyrne
    I am trying to write a simple sieve function to calculate prime numbers in clojure. I've seen this question about writing an efficient sieve function, but I am not to that point yet. Right now I am just trying to write a very simple (and slow) sieve. Here is what I have come up with: (defn sieve [potentials primes] (if-let [p (first potentials)] (recur (filter #(not= (mod % p) 0) potentials) (conj primes p)) primes)) For small ranges it works fine, but causes a stack overflow for large ranges: user=> (sieve (range 2 30) []) [2 3 5 7 11 13 17 19 23 29] user=> (sieve (range 2 15000) []) java.lang.StackOverflowError (NO_SOURCE_FILE:0) I thought that by using recur this would be a non-stack-consuming looping construct? What am I missing?

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  • Practicing buffer overflow attack in Ubuntu

    - by wakandan
    I am trying to learn to use buffer overflow attack in Ubuntu. Unfortunately, I cannot turn off Address Space Layout Randomization (ASLR) feature in this OS, which is turned on by default. I have tried some work around found in some fedora books: echo "0" > /proc/sys/kernel/randomize_va_space but for some reason the protection's still there. Please give me some suggestions. Thanks. [edit]Actually the above command was not successful, it said "Permission Denied", even with sudo. How can I fix that? [adding] I kept on getting segmetation fault error when it shows an address in stack. Is it related to non-executable stack in ubuntu :(?

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  • C++ Stack Overflow

    - by PhilMAN
    Here is some code: void main() { GameEngine ge("phil", "anotherguy"); string response; do { ge.playGame(); cout << endl << "Do you want to (r)eplay the same battle, (s)tart a new battle, or (q)uit? "; cin >> response; } while(response == "r" || response == "R" || response == "s" || response == "S" ); } GameEngine::GameEngine(string name1, string name2) { p1Name = name1; p2Name = name2; } void GameEngine::playGame() { cout << "PLAY GAME" << endl; Army p1, p2; Battlefield testField; RuleSet rs; int xSize = 13; // Number of rows int ySize = 13; // Number of columns loadData(p1, p2, testField, rs, xSize, ySize); ... } void GameEngine::loadData(Army& p1, Army& p2, Battlefield& testField, RuleSet& rs, int& xSize, int& ySize) { string terrain = BattlefieldUtils::pickTerrain(); string armySplit[14];//id index 1 string ruleSplit[19];//in index 7 string armyP1, armyP2, ruleSet; Skill p1Skills[8]; Skill p2Skills[8]; CreatureStack p1Stacks[20]; CreatureStack p2Stacks[20]; ... } CreatureStack(){quantity = 0; isLive = false; id = -1;}; Army(){}; Battlefield(){}; RuleSet(){}; I have posted every line of code that executes until the program crashes. This code ran fine for a long time, I added some stuff that does not even execute until way after the code I have posted here, and bam stack overflow that occurs at GameEngine::loadData() line: CreatureStack p2Stacks[20]; will not go away. What am I doing wrong here? Is that all the stack can handle? I increased the stack size in Visual Studio and got the error to go away, but that slowed things down considerably, so I would rather just get to the source of the issue and fix that.

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  • Control.EndInvoke resets call stack for exception

    - by Brian Rasmussen
    I don't do a lot of Windows GUI programming, so this may all be common knowledge to people more familiar with WinForms than I am. Unfortunately I have not been able to find any resources to explain the issue, I encountered today during debugging. If we call EndInvoke on an async delegate. We will get any exception thrown during execution of the method re-thrown. The call stack will reflect the original source of the exception. However, if we do something similar on a Windows.Forms.Control, the implementation of Control.EndInvoke resets the call stack. This can be observed by a simple test or by looking at the code in Reflector. The relevant code excerpt from EndInvoke is here: if (entry.exception != null) { throw entry.exception; } I understand that Begin/EndInvoke on Control and async delegates are different, but I would have expected similar behavior on Control.EndInvoke. Is there any reason Control doesn't do whatever it is async delegates do to preserve the original call stack?

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  • Any reason not to always log stack traces?

    - by Chris Knight
    Encountered a frustrating problem in our application today which came down to an ArrayIndexOutOfBounds exception being thrown. The exception's type was just about all that was logged which is fairly useless (but, oh dear legacy app, we still love you, mostly). I've redeployed the application with a change which logs the stack trace on exception handling (and immediately found the root cause of the problem) and wondered why no one else did this before. Do you generally log the stack trace and is there any reason you wouldn't do this? Bonus points if you can explain (why, not how) the rationale behind having to jump hoops in java to get a string representation of a stack trace!

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  • try-catch in JavaScript : how to get stack trace or line number of the original error

    - by Greg Bala
    When using TRY-CATCH in JavaScript, how to get the line number of the line that caused the error? On many browsers, the below code will work great and I will get the stack trace that points to the actual line that throw the exception. However, some browsers do not have "e.stack". Iphone's safari is one example. Is there someway to get the line number that will work for all browsers? try { // lots of code here var i = v.WillGenerateError; // how to get this line number in catch?? // lots of code here } catch (e) { alert (e.stack) // this will not work on iPhone, for example } Many thanks!

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  • UINavigationController: How do I delete a view of a stack

    - by Harry Pham
    Let say here is my stack layout View3 --> Top of the stack View2 View1 HomeView --> Bottom of the stack So I am in View3 now, if I click the Home button, I want to load HomeView, meaning that I need to pop View3, View2, and View1. But if I pop View3, View2 will be displayed. I dont want that. I want View3, View2, and View1 be removed, and HomeView will be displayed. Any idea how?

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  • Flash Player error logs on Mac OS X

    - by paleozogt
    I'm on Mac OS X 10.5.8 running Flash Player 10,0,32,18. Flash Player is dumping giant amounts of error logging into the system log (stuff like "bit length overflow" and "code 0 bits 6-7"). Here's a tiny sampling: Oct 14 13:09:41 thorst-2 [0x0-0x58058].com.adobe.flash-10.0[2416]: bit length overflow Oct 14 13:09:41 thorst-2 [0x0-0x58058].com.adobe.flash-10.0[2416]: code 6 bits 6->7 Oct 14 13:09:41 thorst-2 [0x0-0x58058].com.adobe.flash-10.0[2416]: bit length overflow Oct 14 13:09:41 thorst-2 [0x0-0x58058].com.adobe.flash-10.0[2416]: code 5 bits 6->7 Oct 14 13:09:55 thorst-2 [0x0-0x58058].com.adobe.flash-10.0[2416]: bit length overflow Oct 14 13:09:55 thorst-2 [0x0-0x58058].com.adobe.flash-10.0[2416]: code 6 bits 6->7 Oct 14 13:09:55 thorst-2 [0x0-0x58058].com.adobe.flash-10.0[2416]: bit length overflow Oct 14 13:09:55 thorst-2 [0x0-0x58058].com.adobe.flash-10.0[2416]: code 5 bits 6->7 Oct 14 13:09:55 thorst-2 [0x0-0x58058].com.adobe.flash-10.0[2416]: bit length overflow Oct 14 13:09:55 thorst-2 [0x0-0x58058].com.adobe.flash-10.0[2416]: code 0 bits 6->7 Oct 14 13:10:06 thorst-2 [0x0-0x58058].com.adobe.flash-10.0[2416]: bit length overflow Oct 14 13:10:06 thorst-2 [0x0-0x58058].com.adobe.flash-10.0[2416]: code 4 bits 6->7 Oct 14 13:10:06 thorst-2 [0x0-0x58058].com.adobe.flash-10.0[2416]: bit length overflow Oct 14 13:10:06 thorst-2 [0x0-0x58058].com.adobe.flash-10.0[2416]: code 12 bits 6->7 Oct 14 13:10:20 thorst-2 [0x0-0x58058].com.adobe.flash-10.0[2416]: bit length overflow Oct 14 13:10:20 thorst-2 [0x0-0x58058].com.adobe.flash-10.0[2416]: code 6 bits 6->7 Oct 14 13:10:20 thorst-2 [0x0-0x58058].com.adobe.flash-10.0[2416]: bit length overflow Oct 14 13:10:20 thorst-2 [0x0-0x58058].com.adobe.flash-10.0[2416]: code 5 bits 6->7 Oct 14 13:10:21 thorst-2 [0x0-0x58058].com.adobe.flash-10.0[2416]: bit length overflow Oct 14 13:10:21 thorst-2 [0x0-0x58058].com.adobe.flash-10.0[2416]: code 0 bits 6->7 Oct 14 13:10:21 thorst-2 [0x0-0x58058].com.adobe.flash-10.0[2416]: bit length overflow Oct 14 13:10:21 thorst-2 [0x0-0x58058].com.adobe.flash-10.0[2416]: code 12 bits 6->7 Oct 14 13:10:31 thorst-2 [0x0-0x58058].com.adobe.flash-10.0[2416]: bit length overflow Oct 14 13:10:31 thorst-2 [0x0-0x58058].com.adobe.flash-10.0[2416]: code 7 bits 6->7 Oct 14 13:10:31 thorst-2 [0x0-0x58058].com.adobe.flash-10.0[2416]: bit length overflow Oct 14 13:10:31 thorst-2 [0x0-0x58058].com.adobe.flash-10.0[2416]: code 12 bits 6->7 Oct 14 13:11:06 thorst-2 [0x0-0x58058].com.adobe.flash-10.0[2416]: bit length overflow Oct 14 13:11:06 thorst-2 [0x0-0x58058].com.adobe.flash-10.0[2416]: code 3 bits 6->7 Oct 14 13:11:06 thorst-2 [0x0-0x58058].com.adobe.flash-10.0[2416]: bit length overflow Oct 14 13:11:06 thorst-2 [0x0-0x58058].com.adobe.flash-10.0[2416]: code 4 bits 6->7 Oct 14 13:11:06 thorst-2 [0x0-0x58058].com.adobe.flash-10.0[2416]: bit length overflow Oct 14 13:11:06 thorst-2 [0x0-0x58058].com.adobe.flash-10.0[2416]: code 3 bits 7->6 Oct 14 13:11:06 thorst-2 [0x0-0x58058].com.adobe.flash-10.0[2416]: code 4 bits 5->6 Oct 14 13:11:07 thorst-2 [0x0-0x58058].com.adobe.flash-10.0[2416]: bit length overflow Oct 14 13:11:07 thorst-2 [0x0-0x58058].com.adobe.flash-10.0[2416]: code 3 bits 6->7 Oct 14 13:11:07 thorst-2 [0x0-0x58058].com.adobe.flash-10.0[2416]: bit length overflow Oct 14 13:11:07 thorst-2 [0x0-0x58058].com.adobe.flash-10.0[2416]: code 3 bits 6->7 Oct 14 13:11:15 thorst-2 [0x0-0x58058].com.adobe.flash-10.0[2416]: bit length overflow Oct 14 13:11:15 thorst-2 [0x0-0x58058].com.adobe.flash-10.0[2416]: code 3 bits 6->7 Oct 14 13:11:26 thorst-2 [0x0-0x58058].com.adobe.flash-10.0[2416]: bit length overflow Oct 14 13:11:26 thorst-2 [0x0-0x58058].com.adobe.flash-10.0[2416]: code 7 bits 6->7 Oct 14 13:11:26 thorst-2 [0x0-0x58058].com.adobe.flash-10.0[2416]: code 0 bits 4->5 Oct 14 13:11:26 thorst-2 [0x0-0x58058].com.adobe.flash-10.0[2416]: code 14 bits 4->5 Oct 14 13:11:26 thorst-2 [0x0-0x58058].com.adobe.flash-10.0[2416]: code 10 bits 5->4 Oct 14 13:11:26 thorst-2 [0x0-0x58058].com.adobe.flash-10.0[2416]: code 4 bits 5->4 Oct 14 13:11:26 thorst-2 [0x0-0x58058].com.adobe.flash-10.0[2416]: bit length overflow Any ideas on what this may be about?

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  • IDataRecord.IsDBNull causes an System.OverflowException (Arithmetic Overflow)

    - by Ciddan
    Hi! I have a OdbcDataReader that gets data from a database and returns a set of records. The code that executes the query looks as follows: OdbcDataReader reader = command.ExecuteReader(); while (reader.Read()) { yield return reader.AsMovexProduct(); } The method returns an IEnumerable of a custom type (MovexProduct). The convertion from an IDataRecord to my custom type MovexProduct happens in an extension-method that looks like this (abbrev.): public static MovexProduct AsMovexProduct(this IDataRecord record) { var movexProduct = new MovexProduct { ItemNumber = record.GetString(0).Trim(), Name = record.GetString(1).Trim(), Category = record.GetString(2).Trim(), ItemType = record.GetString(3).Trim() }; if (!record.IsDBNull(4)) movexProduct.Status1 = int.Parse(record.GetString(4).Trim()); // Additional properties with IsDBNull checks follow here. return movexProduct; } As soon as I hit the if (!record.IsDBNull(4)) I get an OverflowException with the exception message "Arithmetic operation resulted in an overflow." StackTrace: System.OverflowException was unhandled by user code Message=Arithmetic operation resulted in an overflow. Source=System.Data StackTrace: at System.Data.Odbc.OdbcDataReader.GetSqlType(Int32 i) at System.Data.Odbc.OdbcDataReader.GetValue(Int32 i) at System.Data.Odbc.OdbcDataReader.IsDBNull(Int32 i) at JulaAil.DataService.Movex.Data.ExtensionMethods.AsMovexProduct(IDataRecord record) [...] I've never encountered this problem before and I cannot figure out why I get it. I have verified that the record exists and that it contains data and that the indexes I provide are correct. I should also mention that I get the same exception if I change the if-statemnt to this: if (record.GetString(4) != null). What does work is encapsulating the property-assignment in a try {} catch (NullReferenceException) {} block - but that can lead to performance-loss (can it not?). I am running the x64 version of Visual Studio and I'm using a 64-bit odbc driver. Has anyone else come across this? Any suggestions as to how I could solve / get around this issue? Many thanks!

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  • Overflow in table cells

    - by Ezdaroth
    I need to create a chat layout that uses all the available space and scales nicely, but has few fixed sizes. Here's the structure: <table style="width: 100%; height: 100%"> <tr> <td></td> <td style="width: 200px; background: red;"></td> </tr> <tr> <td style="height: 100px; background: blue"></td> <td></td> </tr> </table> However, I want to place a lot of content in the first table cell and I want it to scroll, so it won't expand the table. Is it possible to make it overflow properly, without having a fixed height for the cell? Simply adding overflow: auto doesn't seem to work. PS. I hate tables, but can't figure out a very clean and cross-browser way to do a layout like this with divs and css. If someone can come up with one, I'll gladly use it.

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  • CSS overflow detection in JavaScript

    - by ring0
    In order to display a line of text (like in a forum), and end that line with "..." if the text would overflow the line (not truncating using the CSS overflow property), there are a number of ways. I'm still seeking the best solution. For instance, Adding in CSS a "..." as a background-image is a possibility, but it would appear all the time, and this is not a good solution. Some sites just count the characters and if over - say - 100, truncates the string to keep only 100 (or 97) chars and add a "..." at the end. But fonts are usually not proportional, so the result is not pretty. For instance the space - in pixels - taken by "AAA" and "iii" is clearly different "AAA" and "iii" via a proportional font have the same width There is another idea to get the exact size in pixels of the string: create in Javascript a DIV insert the text in it (via innerHTML for instance) measure the width (via .offsetWidth) which is not implemented yet. However, I wonder if there could be any browser compatibility problem? Did any one tried this solution? Other recommendations would be welcome.

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  • "text-overflow: ellipsis" not working well in firefox with floating element around

    - by Freedom
    see jsfiddle: http://jsfiddle.net/9v8faLeh/1/ I have two elements .text and .badge in a .container with a limit width: <div class="container"> <span class="badge">(*)</span> <span class="text">this is a long long long long text.</span> </div> the .badge element may not exist in a .container according to the data. if a .badge exist, I want the .badge element to float to right. and if the .text is too long, the text should ellipsis. .container { width: 150px; border: 1px solid; padding: 5px; white-space: nowrap; text-overflow: ellipsis; overflow: hidden; } .badge { float: right; margin-left: 5px; } if you open the jsfiddle link in Chrome or IE, it displays correctly as my expectation. but if open in Firefox, the .text and .badge are overlay if the text is so long. I don't want to use any JavaScript. how can I achieve the same result in FireFox?

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  • Service Stack

    - by csharp-source.net
    ServiceStack allows you to build re-usable SOA-style web services with plain POCO DataContract classes. The same DTO's can be shared with a .NET client application eliminating the need for any generated code. With no configuration required, web services created are immediately discoverable and callable via the following supported endpoints: - REST and XML - REST and JSON - SOAP 1.1 / 1.2 Services can run on both Mono and the .NET Framework and be hosted in either a ASP.NET Web Application, a Windows Service or Console application.

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