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Reads as: Apple shoot themselves in the foot yet again by not offering a budget range of h/ware
New year's resolution: just keep up the good work ;)
I was staggered at how fast they dropped it
Thanks, nice to know of it's history :thumbsup:
If only prospective clients caught up in the wave of pro 'HTML5' spin were likewise clued up
It's an awkward juxtaposition really, you make a platform easy to pick up and accessible it's great as an entry point for people looking to get involved in development and helps to popularise the...
glad you got it working :thumbsup:
you never update your current_time property, though I don't actually think you need it judging from the code you've posted.
just replace the first line of code in your contador function with this...
I've made a simple seeded pseudo-random number generator method using an algorithm I found on the web. It works well, but what I'd really like is to be able to calculate the nth number in...
there are many, many reasons why HTML5 is not (yet) a replacement for Flash.
The immediate problem is the raft of bandwagon jumping nay sayers and apple fanboys shouting it down. It's bound to...
might be worth posting up the source for this one, what you're trying to do is simple enough on the face of it
Personally I can't wait to buy a whole rucksack's worth of over-priced plastic peripherals just to do everyday tasks (like use usb).
Also really looking forward to a whole new raft of...
ok, I switched back to using the short-hand syntax and got the regex working for latin chars:
var rtl_match: RegExp = /[\u0041-\u007A]/g
sub in the hebrew range:
var rtl_match: RegExp =...
actually scrap that last post, that range doesn't work either, anyone used unicode ranges with regex's?
hi, thanks for the help however it doesn't solve my problem
I believe my syntax to be correct, if I change the range to
var rtl_match: RegExp = new RegExp('[\u0041–\u007A]', 'g');
can someone tell me why this seemingly simple reg ex to look for any single hebrew char in a string doesn't work?
var rtl_match: RegExp = new RegExp('[\u0590–\u05FF]', 'g');
I think that's the old security model, socket connections now require their own cross-domain policy file which the flash player (9 and up) automatiacally looks for:
is ok! my policy server was broadcasting an initial <newUser id='0' /> welcome packet on connect so this was being received rather than the policy xml, is now fixed! :lovers:
sooo.... I'm trying to connect to my xml socket server over port 1701. Testing locally works fine but when I test from my domain it connects very briefly only to disconnect.
So after some reading...
go see some proper racing like f1 or world rally TAGL :thumbsup:
saw a BBC documentry last night about the rising trend of status dogs in the UK, the sinister motives and the rising cruelty that goes with it. One pup had been mutilated and had in the region of 50...
can someone point me in the direction of a simple, half decent socket server written in perl?
just wondering if anyone has ever managed to get an IP camera working with the camera class?
Obviously the camera has its own network address rather than being attached to the host...
first of all appologies if this isn't the correct forum to post this request in, glancing down the list and I couldn't see anything suitable
can anyone recommed some webcam s/ware for...
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