…needs an import option, for the likes of Bloglines etc and other clients which aggregate feeds!
Either that or I need to write a plugin that does it myself, I think for Google to add a generic OPML import option to it would be the best option though
I have added some forums, they are in their stock state at the moment and will remain so until I can get round to doing some configuration.
The URL is http://feeds.feedburner.com/InfluencedDotNet and it should work in any feed reader.
I’ve also created a ‘site todo list’ for this site, which can be viewed here
Edit: oh and start.com/developer, ‘details coming on september 13th, 2005′ – /me still waiting
I’ve recently purchased a Samsung SyncMaster 913N to use on my main gaming machine as it has a nice 8ms refresh rate.
However, on browsing websites I noticed that the colour was off a bit (I know TFTs can’t reproduce colour as well as CRTs yet).. e.g. on this site, my
<pre> code quote’s background was almost invisible rather than a pale yellow..
I’ve since downloaded MagicTune 3.7 and installed it (or was it on the CD?). The colours are much better now, although a quirk is that unless you calibrate under the “Default” bit, you won’t be able to apply the profile at startup – i.e. it won’t auto load any profiles at startup besides the one named “Default” (or Calibration0 in the registry).
I have stuck my daily del.icio.us links in a floated sidebar.. it seems to work alright but there’s extra space to the right of it in IE & I don’t know why yet..
Note to self: need to create cache dir for magpie
I’m messing around trying to create a “Daily del.icio.us links” box which is dynamically populated via AJAX & a PHP + Magpie RSS script…
I’m using prototype.js as I’ve mentioned previously as a generic AJAX helper library. I was stumped when Element.show stopped working.. then I realised that it just changes the display: attribute to be null and I was using visibility: hidden..
Apparently the difference between the two is that if an element has display: none set – no space is reserved for it at all, whereas it actually exists and owns space with visibility: hidden..
Also I have learned via google searching that setting display: ” on a div still won’t show it, so I guess I’m going to be patching prototype.js again
Wee, it seems that somewhere along the line the theme download was being cached from my hosting – it turns out I had already changed the right attribute but when I edited the theme on the phones memory stick, only one of my changes was saved..
The attribute in question is Popup -> Highlight -> Background Colour
When I arrived home after work I was pretty chuffed as my Dell Axim X50v has arrived.. I promptly updated to the latest ROM image and downloaded SE_VGA to get true 640×480 resolution.. you can see why they don’t enable that res by default though, everything becomes absolutely miniscule on such a small display
One of the themes I quite like is called lablue, it has a problem however.. on the “Add Symbol” screen, you cannot tell which symbol is selected as there is no highlight block – it’s there but you cannot see it as it’s the same colour as the background.
I don’t know why this is happening as I can’t find the colour inside the Themes Creator or the raw .thm file.. I’m guessing two colours are colliding somewhere and it’s using something else..
Anyway, I’m at work and I don’t have my bluetooth adapter here or my USB cable so I was forced to upload the modified .thm file for testing to my own hosting for influenced.net.
After much messing about I discovered that in order to serve .thm files so that the phone may download them via WAP as a theme, you have to add the following to your .htaccess
AddType application/vnd.eri.thm .thm
.. and I’ve still not got the theme fixed!!
What a joke, they only support Internet Explorer!
I added a border around my “content div” which holds the blog entries and it made the “content div” lose the gap between itself and the footer
Reminded me of this post I made a while ago on the CSSCreator Forums.