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Sunday OT - Wolfenstein: The New Order

Jul 27, 2014 3:21 PM
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I've been a fan of the Wolfenstein series for quite some time, and when I say "quite some time", I'm talking a long time. I remember playing the original Wolfenstein, back before it got fancy with 3D: Because of my long history with the game, I was really looking forward to trying the latest incarnation, and especially interested in seeing how a FPS performed on the PS4. I was not disappointed. Graphically and gameplay wise, the game is fun as hell. It has great balance, with only a few areas being out of sync difficulty wise with the others, and (translate)

Logitech Unifying Receiver Pairing on Linux

Jul 26, 2014 3:22 AM
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This post is mostly for my future reference. Really simple to pair a new mouse with an existing receiver on Linux. ltunify is a program resulting from the gathered knowledge on the Logitech HID++ protocol. It allows you to pair additional … Continue reading → (translate)

Railo - Multiple contexts on ONE instance

Jul 25, 2014 7:22 PM
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For a specific installation of Railo, I had to make a single instance of Railo run multiple sites (contexts) in IIS that share one domain name.  (translate)

Lightroom Mobile For Beginners Lunchtime Studio

Jul 24, 2014 9:20 PM
Rating: (Total Clicks 21)

We all take photos all the time, especially using our mobile devices, and over time our photo collections grow, often to be rather unmanageable. Lightroom Mobile provides a quick and easy way to access, manage, and edit all of your images using Creative Cloud. If you are new to Lightroom Mobile, then come join Creative Cloud Learn Interns Julia Grummel and Kathleen Kirker as they teach you beginning steps and pro-tips for organizing, editing, and finalizing your photos on your mobile devices. Lunchtime Studios: Lightroom Mobile for Beginners will take place on July 30th and noon Pacific Time, and will (translate)

To Scope, or Not To Scope

Jul 24, 2014 3:22 PM
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Adam Cameron has another of his surveys going, about your personal taste in variable scoping. It's something I've written about in the past, but my approach has evolved since then, so I figure it's worth writing about again. Previously my position was that all references (if-statements, display, etc.) should be scoped, while it was not strictly necessary for variable definition (foo=42) — unless required to actually put the variable where you want it, e.g. in Request scope. I still think this approach has merit, and for the same reasons (you never find yourself asking, "ok, but WHERE is the variable (translate)

Updated/Relaunched site - Popular Followers

Jul 24, 2014 3:21 PM
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Almost two years ago I announced the launch of a new site. It was built to display a report of your followers sorted by how many followers they had. Now - I completely recognize that this isn't necessarily an important report. But it was something I was curious about and I thought it would be cool. I'm being followed by two stars of Young and the Restless (my secret obsession), one of my favorite authors, and best of all, Game of Thrones. Unfortunately, Twitter killed off almost all the public APIs it has and now requires a heck of a (translate)

Cloning RegExp (Regular Expression) Objects In JavaScript

Jul 24, 2014 1:21 PM
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Ben Nadel looks at a way to clone Regular Expression (RegExp) objects in JavaScript, with additive flags.... (translate)

ColdFusion Builder Updated

Jul 24, 2014 11:20 AM
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ColdFusion Builder 3 Update 2 has been released. It addresses a series of issues, as defined in this post. The team has also posted some notes on ColdFusion Builder 3 automatic updates notification and installation options. (translate)

Converting Fusebox 3 Sample App to ColdBox MVC

Jul 23, 2014 9:23 PM
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In our last installment, we talked about the benefits of converting legacy FuseBox applications over to ColdBox MVC. In this entry we'll actually convert the Fusebox 3 sample app available from to show you the similiarities and differences between the two frameworks. The finished ColdBox code is here: The original Fusebox code is in the root of the above repo in a zip called "" Overview Here's a screenshot of the files in the Fusebox and ColdBox code side-by-side. Both are pretty self-explanatory, so we'll work our way through the contents of each file as we go. One of (translate)

Dojo DateTextBox and disabled dates

Jul 23, 2014 5:23 PM
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Dojo’s DateTextBox widget is a widget that allows typing in or chosing a date from a calendar widget. By default, it uses the Dojo Calendar as it’s popUpClass although you can give it any popUpClass you need to. Normally, the Calendar class has a “isDisabledDate” function which can be overriden to provide your own implementation […] (translate)

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