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  • Stack Overflow like Watermarks in Forms

    - by Kaushik Gopal
    Hey people, I remember seeing a tutorial somewhere that talks of how to style your input forms in a more "usable" way. Essentially, you have a placeholder value and when you enter the input, it hides the hint so to speak. Now, just to be clear: I don't want the hint (placeholder value text) to disappear onFocus, but rather to go lighter when I first start typing something. Good e.gs: Check out the forms on Aardvark http://vark.com/. This is exactly how I wish to have my input forms. Our very own stackoverflow. When you try to ask a question, on clicking inside any input form, it doesn't hide the text right away. You see your cursor as well as the hint. but when you start to type, it hides the hint(I would prefer having it go to a much lighter shade rather than hiding all together, like above example). I remember very clearly reading a tutorial somewhere on the interwebz with this exact requirement, but darn forgot to bookmark it. Any suggestions/links?

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  • jquery simplemodal question (about window overflow)

    - by Matthew Steiner
    I noticed that if the height of the window is too small (meaning that the modal is taller than the window is), then even scrolling up or down won't reveal more of the modal, since it is constantly centering itself to the center of the window. Is there a good way of changing this? I have a tall modal that if someone's using a short monitor it may cause problems. Not to mention just general usability. I would guess that somewhere in the code you can test for if the window height is less than the modal to not worry about centering it vertically? Ideas?

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  • CSS horizontal scrolling overflow with jQuery slider

    - by Jeffrey
    I'm trying to setup a full screen jquery slider. I've broken the project into two steps 1) css and 2) js. 1) CSS, below is a picture of what I'm shooting for (no fixed height) and below that is the code I have so far that doesn't work. <html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml" xml:lang="en" lang="en"> <head> <style type="text/css"> /* Positioning */ #container { width: 2500px; } .block { display: inline; } /* Styling */ .block img { padding: 5px; } </style> </head> <body> <div id="container"> <div class="block"><img src="http://i42.tinypic.com/1zp2poz.gif"></div> <div class="block"><img src="http://i42.tinypic.com/1zp2poz.gif"></div> <div class="block"><img src="http://i42.tinypic.com/1zp2poz.gif"></div> </div> </body> </html> 2) Javascript, using jquery I'd like the divs to slide left when clicked on them... like the jQuery Coda Slider if possible. Thanks, any help is appreciated.

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  • IE jQuery ajax results in a stack overflow

    - by dave
    I have the following code that in IE gives me an error in jQuery for "open(G,M.url,M.async" $("#submitButton").click(function(){ $.ajax({ type: "POST", url: "http://url.com/postChat.php", data: "comment="+$("#userInput").val(), success: function(msg){ } }); }); Any ideas as to why this would happen in IE?

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  • How to use URLs like Stack Overflow?

    - by user260165
    I want to somehow place a question on the title using the url. Actually I am building a webpage where I have placed a question input box and submit button, so I want that when I submit it should redirect me to the ask questions page and the title should contain the question that he asked. Is there any way to do that? Thanks.

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  • overflow technique in stack

    - by metashockwave
    int main(void) { problem2(); } void doit2(void) { int overflowme[16]; //overflowme[37] =0; } void problem2(void) { int x = 42; doit2(); printf("x is %d\n", x); printf("the address of x is 0x%x\n", &x); } Would someone help me understand why overflowme[37] =0; from the doit2 function will overwrite the value of x? (please include Program Counter and Frame Pointer of the function doit2 in your explanation) Thank you! It works every time with Project properties-Configuration properties-C/C++ -Code Generation-Basic Runtime Checks set to "Default". so it's not an undefined behavior.

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  • Many Stack Overflow users' pages have no Google PageRank and they are not indexed, why?

    - by Marco Demaio
    If you go to my user page on Stack Overflow and you check it with the Google Toolbar, you can see it has no PageRank at all (this does happen for almost any user page, even people with much higher reputation, the only exceptions seem to be the users in page 1, and some other users they have PR). My user page's Page Rank is not only zero, but not calculated at all. When PR is 0 or less than 1, but calculated the Google bar shows white, but when the PR is not even calculated like in my user page the Google bar shows in grey. I further more discovered that my user page is NOT EVEN INDEXED on Google, simple test is searching on Google for the exact page url: "http://stackoverflow.com/users/260080/marco-demaio" and you will see no result. The question is how can this be??? This is really weird to me because of the following reason: If you search on Google for "Marco Demaio" on Stack Overflow only (you can do this by searching "site:stackoverflow.com Marco Demaio") the search result shows hundreds of 'asking/answering questions' pages where I was 'tagged'!!! Let's check one of these: the 1st one that appears now (shows one of the question I asked). We can be sure this page is indexed in Google because comes out in a search. Moreover, its PR is calculated. It's probably nearly zero. Still, some PR flows there, the PR bar is not grey, but white: The page shown above has got links to my own user page. I checked the source code of the page shown above and the links are not hidden or set with a rel="nofollow", moreover I can't see any meta character excluding the links on the page from being followed. So what's happening? Why Google does not see my user page at all. Did Stack Overflow do something to achieve this? If yes what did they do? Any explanation really appreciates (as always). P.S. obviously I checked also the code of my user page, but I could not find meta tags excluding Google search for the page. P.S. 2 in a desperate adventure I also checked Stack Overflow's robots.txt but it does not seem to exclude user pages. UPDATE 1 following up on some answers, I did some more research. Excluding for a while the PR problem (since PR is not science), and looking only at the user page on Stack Overflow NOT BEING INDEXED problem: pages do not seem to be indexed by Google because of the user reputation, this user for instance has got NOW 200 points less reputation than me and his page is indexed (while mine not). It does not seem even to be connected with months you have been on Stack Overflow, this user (almost my same reputation) has been there for 3 months only and his page is indexed (while mine not and I have been a user for 7 months). It's bizarre! UPDATE February/2011 As of today, the page got indexed by Google at least when you search for "site:stackoverflow.com Marco Demaio" it's the 1st page. The amazing thing is that it has still got NO PageRank at all: Google toolbar states loud and clear "No PageRank information available". It's odd!

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  • JEE6 vs. Spring 3 stack

    - by peperg
    I'm starting a new project now. I have to choose technologies. I need something light, so no EJB or Seam. On the other hand I need JPA(Hibernate or alternative) and JSF with IceFaces. Do you think that such stack on Spring 3 deployed on Tomcat is a good choice? Or a JEE6 web application could be better? I'm afraid that JEE6 is a new technology, not well docummented yet. Tomcat seems to be easier to mantain than Glassfish 3. What's your opinion? Do you have any experiences ?

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  • Wrong line number on stack trace

    - by Claudio Redi
    Hi! I have this code try { //AN EXCEPTION IS GENERATED HERE!!! } catch { SqlService.RollbackTransaction(); throw; } Code above is called in this code try { //HERE IS CALLED THE METHOD THAT CONTAINS THE CODE ABOVE } catch (Exception ex) { HandleException(ex); } The exception passed as parameter to the method "HandleException" contains the line number of the "throw" line in the stack trace instead of the real line where the exception was generated. Anyone knows why this could be happening?

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  • Microsoft Team Foundation Equivalent stack.

    - by Nix
    I am looking for a free alternative to TFS. What would be the best alternative stack(source control, bug tracking, project management/planning, wiki, automated builds (ci))? Keeping in mind that it would be nice if they all integrated well. For example, it would be nice to be able to link bugs to source control, and then be able to link to a project plan and then be able to automate building. I do not have issues with using Microsoft project to manage project planing. I know i would like to use these....: SVN TeamCity NUnit But i am struggling to find a good Wiki/Project Planning/Bug tracking, that would integrate well. Any questions let me know.

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  • TabWidget Activity Handling - Does it Create a New Activity EVERY Time?

    - by stormin986
    When a TabWidget is using intents to designate the target Activity for each tab, is there any special handling of those Activities on the Activity Stack outside of the default operation? For Instance, if my app has tabs A, B, and C, and I click them in this order––A, B, A, C, A, B––how will the Activity stack change? My understanding of the default operation, if startActivity() is called each time on the intent, would have the Stack keep loading up new instances of the activities: A, AB, ABA, ABAC, ABACA, ABACAB It's hard to believe that's how it works though... Seems like it would be a waste of resources and could be endless. Can anyone tell me how this will actually work?

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  • Rails: blank page - no errors or stack trace

    - by Nathan Long
    I've been trying to fix a bug in the Rails app I'm developing, and I keep getting a blank screen with no errors. I haven't found anything helpful in development.log, either (though it does show queries being run and such). Finally, I started to wonder if it's somehow set not to show errors anymore. I tried commenting out a necessary route, and sure enough, I got a blank page instead of the error and stack trace I expected. What might cause this? (I wondered if maybe I'm accidentally running production mode and errors aren't supposed to show then, but development.log is being appended, and if I open script/console and echo ENV['RAILS_ENV'], it says development.)

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  • why it throws java.lang.classCastException

    - by matin1234
    Hi this is my class and I want to sort my stack but it will throw an exception please help me thanks! public class jj { public static void main(String[] args){ Stack<Integer> s = new ImplimentingAStackUsingAnArrayOfAGivenSizeN(5); s.push(1); s.push(3); s.push(5); s.push(2); s.push(4); Collections.sort((List<Integer>) (s)); System.out.println(s); while (!s.isEmpty()) { System.out.println(s.pop()); } } } the stack traces: run: Exception in thread "main" java.lang.ClassCastException: datastructurechapter5.ImplimentingAStackUsingAnArrayOfAGivenSizeN cannot be cast to java.util.List at datastructurechapter5.jj.main(jj.java:24) `Collections.sort((List<Integer>) (s));` Java Result: 1 BUILD SUCCESSFUL (total time: 2 seconds)

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  • Why don't stacks grow upwards (for security)?

    - by AshleysBrain
    This is related to the question 'Why do stacks typically grow downwards?', but more from a security point of view. I'm generally referring to x86. It strikes me as odd that the stack would grow downwards, when buffers are usually written to upwards in memory. For example a typical C++ string has its end at a higher memory address than the beginning. This means that if there's a buffer overflow you're overwriting further up the call stack, which I understand is a security risk, since it opens the possibility of changing return addresses and local variable contents. If the stack grew upwards in memory, wouldn't buffer overflows simply run in to dead memory? Would this improve security? If so, why hasn't it been done? What about x64, do those stacks grow upwards and if not why not?

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  • Weird stack trace in exception "The incoming request does not match any route"

    - by Tassadaque
    i have published asp.net mvc application on iis 6 on the server(windows server 2003) from local machine. On server i have set the default page to default.aspx. but when i try to browse the site on server, it gives me exception "The incoming request does not match any route" One thing i noticed is that. Stack trace on line 5 is shown below. it has one weird thing that exception is still pointing to my local machine path [HttpException (0x80004005): The incoming request does not match any route.] System.Web.Routing.UrlRoutingHandler.ProcessRequest(HttpContextBase httpContext) +15589 System.Web.Routing.UrlRoutingHandler.ProcessRequest(HttpContext httpContext) +40 System.Web.Routing.UrlRoutingHandler.System.Web.IHttpHandler.ProcessRequest(HttpContext context) +7 **UserManagement._Default.Page_Load(Object sender, EventArgs e) in D:\Evoletpublishnew\UserManagement\UserManagement\Default.aspx.cs:18** System.Web.Util.CalliHelper.EventArgFunctionCaller(IntPtr fp, Object o, Object t, EventArgs e) +14 System.Web.Util.CalliEventHandlerDelegateProxy.Callback(Object sender, EventArgs e) +35 System.Web.UI.Control.OnLoad(EventArgs e) +99 System.Web.UI.Control.LoadRecursive() +50 System.Web.UI.Page.ProcessRequestMain(Boolean includeStagesBeforeAsyncPoint, Boolean includeStagesAfterAsyncPoint) +627

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  • Debugging stack data not assigned to a named variable

    - by gibbss
    Is there a way to view stack elements like un-assigned return values or exceptions that not assigned to a local variable? (e.g. throw new ...) For example, suppose I have code along the lines of: public String foo(InputStream in) throws IOException { NastyObj obj = null; try { obj = new NastyObj(in); return (obj.read()); } finally { if (obj != null) obj.close(); } } Is there any way to view the return or exception value without stepping to a higher level frame where it is assigned? This is particularly relevant with exceptions because you often have to step back up through a number of frames to find an actual handler. I usually use the Eclipse debugging environment, but any answer is appreciated. Also, if this cannot be done, can you explain why? (JVM, JPDA limitation?)

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  • VS 2008 Profiler - Caller/Callee view showing bottom of stack

    - by Ncc
    Hello, I am currently trying to profile a class contained in a different assembly. To do this I created a small console application which calls into the public entry point of the class I want to profile. This enrty point is called Run(). This is working fine when I run my Console application in Debug mode and I can step into the Run() method. The Run() method calls a variety of other methods in its own assembly and other assemblies. However, when I create a new profiler of type "Instrumentation" in VS 2008, and run the profiler, the report shows my Main() function calling Run(), but in turn, when viewing the Caller/Callee report for my Run() method the report shows that the Run() method is the bottom of the stack. This is clearly not the case - could anyone please suggest why this is happening? Thanks.

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  • Android: stack management for views in a tab?

    - by wei
    I see some answers here prefer views over activities as contents of tabs. Correct me if I am wrong. My understanding is that by switching out views, it's possible to keep the navigation flow inside a tab (more user friendly, I think). But I wonder how to manage the view stack then in case of the back button events. Also this could cause one giant Activity with large amount of views, which might not be good. So I wish to know why exactly views as contents is preferred before I change my current application to this. Thanks,

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  • I get "stack level too deep" error when using a named scope

    - by Brian Roisentul
    I'm using ruby on rails 2.3.8 and when I write the syntax shown below I get the "stack level too deep" error message. The model is called Announcement and the line of the error looks like this: Tag.find(category_id).announcements.published Where published is named_scope :published, :conditions => "announcements.state = 'published'" I use this named scope in many other places and it works fine. What am I doing wrong? (the relationship between Tag and Announcement model is ok because if I remove the ".published" method from that line it works just fine).

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  • stack of a c program

    - by ckarthickit
    how the stack would look like for the following program if I give input as 5. #include <stdio.h> int fibonacci(int number) { int retval; if (0 == number){ return 0; } if (1 == number){ return 1; } return(fibonacci(number-1) + fibonacci(number-2)); } int main() { int number = 0; int fibvalue = 1; while (1){ printf("please enter the number\n"); scanf("%d", &number); fibvalue = fibonacci(number); printf("computed fibonacci value %d\n", fibvalue); } return 1; } also give me links where i can learn about it

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  • does windows 7 bluetooth stack and API support connection of headsets

    - by markh44
    We need to write code to search for, pair and connect to a bluetooth headset with Windows 7 Embedded. Once connected the headset will be used as a normal windows audio device. We fully control what software is installed on the system so conflicting stacks and similar concerns are not a problem. We would however like to minimize as far as possible installing extra software such as 3rd party stacks. Therefore my question is: can the built in windows 7 bluetooth stack and C++ API alone be used to create the functionality we need?

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  • Place an object on top of stack in ILGenerator

    - by KiNGPiN
    I have to pass a function an instance of an object, so obviously all the information to be taken as argument is to be loaded onto the evaluation stack Here is the code that i am looking for someClass SomeObject = new someClass(); il.Emit(OpCodes.LoadObject, SomeObject); il.Emit(OpCodes.CallVirt, MethodInfo Function); public void Function(Object obj) { Type type = typeof(obj); //do something w.r.t to the type } I dont require any information stored in the class just the type and i cannot use any of the primitive types to take my decision on Last i read that i can use a pointer to load the type using some opcodes ... but i am completely lost here, any help or pointers to the right direction would be great :)

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  • Full stack framework for Java

    - by Jonathan Barbero
    Hello everyone, I'm looking for a full stack framework (from persistency to view generation (CRUD)) for Java. I don't have experience with Rails style frameworks, like Grails, but I worked a lot with Hibernate, Struts, Spring ... I prefer a framework that let you naturally modify the business domain design with the less effort ( i.e. writing the sql querys to modify the tables and constrains, change the view pages, etc ... ). I was looking a bit about this topic, I saw Naked Objects for example but its development has stopped. So, I want to hear about your experience. Thanks in advance.

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