[jQuery] proposal for help fighting comment spams on Trac

2006-09-21 Thread Gilles Vincent
Comment spams are the worst to manage in Trac. I've written two small shell scripts which enable to detect comment spams and clear them easily.Here are these scripts ::~$ cat ./check_comments.sh #!/bin/bash echo select * from ticket_change where time in (select time from ticket_change where

Re: [jQuery] Google map plugin idea

2006-09-21 Thread Fil
@ Dylan Verheul [EMAIL PROTECTED] : Something like this: http://www.dyve.net/jquery?googlemaps This is great Dylan; could be coupled with the geo microformat to give a generic tool. See http://www.jquery.info/spip.php?article7 -- Fil ___ jQuery

Re: [jQuery] Google map plugin idea

2006-09-21 Thread Klaus Hartl
Fil schrieb: @ Dylan Verheul [EMAIL PROTECTED] : Something like this: http://www.dyve.net/jquery?googlemaps This is great Dylan; could be coupled with the geo microformat to give a generic tool. See http://www.jquery.info/spip.php?article7 wow, great plugin and great idea with the

Re: [jQuery] Google map plugin idea

2006-09-21 Thread Dylan Verheul
Klaus, I changed the check to // If we aren't supported, we're done if (!GBrowserIsCompatible || !GBrowserIsCompatible()) return this; Thanks for your input. Dylan On 9/21/06, Klaus Hartl [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Fil schrieb: @ Dylan Verheul [EMAIL PROTECTED] :

Re: [jQuery] Bug in .color() / Firefox

2006-09-21 Thread Justin Carter
On 9/21/06, Sam Collett [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Expanding on that, this is a basic function to convert to hex. No fancy regexp's or string parsing needed: function RGBToHex(value) { var re = /\d+/g; var matches = value.match(re); var r = parseInt(matches[0]);

Re: [jQuery] Bug in .color() / Firefox

2006-09-21 Thread Christof Donat
Hi, function RGBToHex(value) { var re = /\d+/g; var matches = value.match(re); var r = parseInt(matches[0]); var g = parseInt(matches[1]); var b = parseInt(matches[2]); return # + r.toString(16) + g.toString(16) + b.toString(16); } function

Re: [jQuery] Bug in .color() / Firefox

2006-09-21 Thread Sam Collett
On 21/09/06, Justin Carter [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On 9/21/06, Sam Collett [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Expanding on that, this is a basic function to convert to hex. No fancy regexp's or string parsing needed: function RGBToHex(value) { var re = /\d+/g; var matches =

Re: [jQuery] Bug in .color() / Firefox

2006-09-21 Thread Sam Collett
On 21/09/06, Christof Donat [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi, function RGBToHex(value) { var re = /\d+/g; var matches = value.match(re); var r = parseInt(matches[0]); var g = parseInt(matches[1]); var b = parseInt(matches[2]); return # +

Re: [jQuery] Reminder: Magazine Release Imminent

2006-09-21 Thread digital spaghetti
Talking about magazines, I got my copy of .net magazine in the post the other day, very nice article that was in it! Tane http://www.digitalspaghetti.me.uk On 9/20/06, Yehuda Katz [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: It's going to be released as a PDF, but maybe I will create an RSS feed with a link to

Re: [jQuery] AJAX Comments?

2006-09-21 Thread Klaus Hartl
digital spaghetti schrieb: Just a quick question, has anyone on the list done any work on a AJAX comments plugin for jQuery? If not, then I'm probably going to start working on one to work with my Wordpress theme (which I have started converting all the JS from Prototype to JQuery), but

Re: [jQuery] highlightFade Plugin

2006-09-21 Thread Mark Harwood
I am loving this Plugin... but im a bit stuck, how could i go about making a elemnt fade in on focus and then fade out when its out of focus? Sorry really basic question but then so my knowledge of JS and jQuery! ___ jQuery mailing list

Re: [jQuery] datePicker is gone when 2nd time loading a form

2006-09-21 Thread Michael Grosser
you put it into the place where you build your form, and give it id=opsa?=$_SESSION['count']?(if your using php)or maybe use _javascript_, and useid = $(sdds).attr('id');$(sdds).attr('id',id+count); but a REAL solution would be much nicer :)2006/9/20, Chris Mcleod [EMAIL PROTECTED]:

[jQuery] $([EMAIL PROTECTED]'FieldName']) does not work in Firefox

2006-09-21 Thread Sam Collett
When attempting to get an element with the name (the same happens when I use 'id') ends with 'FieldName' I get an error 'z has no properties'. I am doing this as the page is an ASP.NET one (so the name is generated server side, but always contains 'FieldName'). Seems to work fine in IE though. I

Re: [jQuery] $([EMAIL PROTECTED]'FieldName']) does not work in Firefox

2006-09-21 Thread Brian
Might be related to bug #194, which Joern squished last week. Try the latest build? - Brian When attempting to get an element with the name (the same happens when I use 'id') ends with 'FieldName' I get an error 'z has no properties'. I am doing this as the page is an ASP.NET one (so the

[jQuery] JTip Issue with IE

2006-09-21 Thread Rey Bango
Hi guys, I'm having an issue using JTip with IE 6. My select boxes are overlapping the popup DIV that JTip creates. You can see the issue here: http://www.intoajax.com/jtiptest.htm I've tried adding an IFRAME of the same dimensions as the JT DIV on the fly before the JT DIV is created, like

[jQuery] JHeartbeat - New Plugin

2006-09-21 Thread Jason Levine
Hi, I decided to try my hand at my first real plugin for JQuery. (Slightly Thickerbox is more of a script that works with JQuery than an actual plugin.) This is in beta form now and is likely to be of limited use, but here it is: JHeartbeat http:/www.jasons-toolbox.com/JHeartbeat/ It will

Re: [jQuery] Google map plugin idea

2006-09-21 Thread Rafael Santos
Hey Dylan... that's great... So nice what you've done...Im afraid i cant use it here in Brazil, ppl are being kidnaped by guys who get users' infos @ orkut profiles. If i create a portuguese Social Networking i'd be helping these guys... lol I'l have to way some months =(2006/9/21, Dylan Verheul

Re: [jQuery] JHeartbeat - New Plugin

2006-09-21 Thread Dan Atkinson
Thanks for the link. I'll be sure to try it out when I get a spare second. Jason Levine wrote: Hi, Sorry about that. Here's the link: http://www.jasons-toolbox.com/JHeartbeat/ Also sorry about any double-post. I was having trouble signing up and Nabble was reporting that my

Re: [jQuery] JHeartbeat - New Plugin

2006-09-21 Thread Sam Collett
On 21/09/06, Jason Levine [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi, Sorry about that. Here's the link: http://www.jasons-toolbox.com/JHeartbeat/ Also sorry about any double-post. I was having trouble signing up and Nabble was reporting that my message didn't get through, so I tried posting it again.

Re: [jQuery] Interface: draggables, droppables, and sortables

2006-09-21 Thread bbuchs
Stefan, I hate to harp on this, but the more I work with your new draggables automatically become sortables function, the less i like it. While the demo you created certainly works, I have a couple of issues with it. First, from a usability perspective, I would want to turn ghosting on for the

Re: [jQuery] Interface: draggables, droppables, and sortables

2006-09-21 Thread bbuchs
Sorry, but I just had another tought... The demos I initially provided were simplified - my end goal is not to just move an DOM element from one side of the page to another. What I was trying to accomplish was that the dropping would initiate a function that creates a brand new DOM element that

[jQuery] toggleClass and removeClass

2006-09-21 Thread Mark D. Lincoln
I have found a couple of fixes for the problem of using toggleClass and removeClass in Internet Explorer (IE). It seems the root of the problem is that when you have multiple classes assigned to the className property of an element in IE (class1 class2) and you remove one of the classes

Re: [jQuery] toggleClass and removeClass

2006-09-21 Thread George Adamson
Hello Mark, Nice to see this bug progressing. A search on keywords http://www.nabble.com/forum/Search.jtp?forum=15494local=yquery=classname+space classname space in the Nabble jquery forum reveals that quite a few of us have reported this in one form or another. Cheers, George Mark D.

Re: [jQuery] JTip Issue with IE

2006-09-21 Thread Karl Swedberg
On Sep 21, 2006, at 11:45 AM, Rey Bango wrote: Solved!! Thanks to Yehuda Katz for pointing me over to the jQuery date picker plugin which had a IE hack that resolved the issue! I took some code from the date picker plugin and update JTip. Here's the code for anyone interested:

Re: [jQuery] How to change value of select dropdown?

2006-09-21 Thread dizzledorf
Kawikak, Naturally I figured it out 15 minutes after posting :) Option values was the key. I was using old copied code that didn't even specify values, e.g. optionAKoptionALoptionAR etc... once I changed that to: OPTION value=AKAK/OPTIONOPTION value=ALAL/OPTIONOPTION value=ARAR/OPTION

Re: [jQuery] JTip Issue with IE

2006-09-21 Thread Rey Bango
Hi Karl, Thanks for the followup. I really appreciate you trying to help me bud. Its one of the best part of Jquery; the community support. The iframe insertion code you wrote works like a charm and its nice and clean. I think I'm going to use it instead. :o) This though: #JT {

Re: [jQuery] JTip Issue with IE

2006-09-21 Thread Rey Bango
Hi Karl, Here's an example of how the images are showing up. If I remove the overflow: hidden, they show up. http://www.intoajax.com/jtiptest.htm Rey Karl Swedberg wrote: On Sep 21, 2006, at 11:45 AM, Rey Bango wrote: Solved!! Thanks to Yehuda Katz for pointing me over to the jQuery date

[jQuery] Running jQuery when already have $() from prototype

2006-09-21 Thread Carlos Aguayo
Hi everyone, Is there any update with the issue of using the dollar function $ from prototype when migrating to jQuery? Thanks! Carlos ___ jQuery mailing list discuss@jquery.com http://jquery.com/discuss/

Re: [jQuery] Running jQuery when already have $() from prototype

2006-09-21 Thread Rey Bango
Hi Carlos, You may have already seen this article but I'll send you the link just in case: http://jquery.com/docs/PrototypeAndJQuery/ Hope that helps. Rey Carlos Aguayo wrote: Hi everyone, Is there any update with the issue of using the dollar function $ from prototype when migrating to

[jQuery] Small change to JTip

2006-09-21 Thread Rey Bango
I wanted to be able to define my own cursor in JTip via the URL passed and didn't see a way of doing it so I modified the JTip code slightly to do this: Before: if(params['link'] !== undefined){ $('#' + linkId).bind('click',function(){window.location = params['link']}); $('#' +

Re: [jQuery] Interface: draggables, droppables, and sortables

2006-09-21 Thread Brendan O'Brien
Bryan,What you're trying to do is exactly what I want as well. The approach I had was to make the container Droppable and Sortable. But like I said in my original email you can't do this because Sortable hijacks the Droppable functionality. I was just looking for a way to use both on the same

[jQuery] toggleClass and removeClass

2006-09-21 Thread Mark D. Lincoln
George, I noticed the reports of this bug. Unfortunately, it was annoying me in the jQuery stuff I was working on, so I looked for a solution. I just figured I would save someone else the headache of tracking it down. Mark D. Lincoln Mark D. Lincoln, Director of Research

[jQuery] Fader code I duplicated using JQuery

2006-09-21 Thread Rey Bango
I saw this posting: http://mikeomatic.net/techtips/css-crossfader/ and it showed a really cool fader. So I duplicated it using JQuery: http://www.intoajax.com/fade.htm The cool thing is that I didn't need to load scriptaculous to do it. Enjoy! Rey...

Re: [jQuery] Fader code I duplicated using JQuery

2006-09-21 Thread Webunity | Gilles van den Hoven
Rey Bango wrote: I saw this posting: http://mikeomatic.net/techtips/css-crossfader/ and it showed a really cool fader. So I duplicated it using JQuery: http://www.intoajax.com/fade.htm The cool thing is that I didn't need to load scriptaculous to do it. Nice stuff! I was wondering how

Re: [jQuery] Fader code I duplicated using JQuery

2006-09-21 Thread Rey Bango
Sweet! It was real easy to do and JQuery had all of the stuff built in to do it. Definitely look at the comments on the original post here: http://mikeomatic.net/?p=78 Dustin Diaz was commenting on how to do it without a lib. Good stuff. Rey... Webunity | Gilles van den Hoven wrote: Rey

Re: [jQuery] JTip Issue with IE

2006-09-21 Thread Kelvin Luck
Rey Bango wrote: Solved!! Thanks to Yehuda Katz for pointing me over to the jQuery date picker plugin which had a IE hack that resolved the issue! ... This solved the issue! Thanks go out to Yehuda for pointing me in the right direction and Kelvin Luck for developing the workaround!

Re: [jQuery] Reminder: Magazine Release Imminent

2006-09-21 Thread Yehuda Katz
Sorry for the delay. We're working hard on delivering a quality product. Issue 1 should be out before you wake up tomorrow morning. Keep an eye out!-- YehudaOn 9/21/06, Tim Gossett [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Just a reminder that issue 1 of the Visual jQuery Magazine is set to be released tonight.

Re: [jQuery] Fader code I duplicated using JQuery

2006-09-21 Thread dizzledorf
Rey, Looks good. Just one minor niggle on your demo: the rounded box is out-of-whack in IE6. Nice work! --DIZZLE Rey Bango-2 wrote: I saw this posting: http://mikeomatic.net/techtips/css-crossfader/ and it showed a really cool fader. So I duplicated it using JQuery:

Re: [jQuery] Fader code I duplicated using JQuery

2006-09-21 Thread Rey Bango
Hey Dizzle, thanks for the heads up. Someone else pointed that out to me as well. Check it out again and be sure to refresh your cache. Rey... dizzledorf wrote: Rey, Looks good. Just one minor niggle on your demo: the rounded box is out-of-whack in IE6. Nice work! --DIZZLE

Re: [jQuery] Reminder: Magazine Release Imminent

2006-09-21 Thread Tim Gossett
Sorry for the delay. We're working hard on delivering a quality product. Issue 1 should be out before you wake up tomorrow morning. Keep an eye out! -- Yehuda I don't know–I usually get up at the crack of 1pm. That's a pretty harsh deadline for you guys ;) I appreciate the effort. Looking

Re: [jQuery] Fader code I duplicated using JQuery

2006-09-21 Thread Klaus Hartl
Rey, that's cool, will use it sometime! A little tip: you are serving the demo page as text/html, therefore you shouldn't include an xml prologue: ?xml version=1.0 encoding=utf-8? Because it isn't xml. Besides that IE is thrown into Quirks mode which can cause you some headache... Cheers,

Re: [jQuery] JTip Issue with IE

2006-09-21 Thread Rey Bango
Sweet! Kelvin Luck wrote: Just to give credit where it's due, the workaround came from: http://www.hedgerwow.com/360/bugs/css-select-free.html Cheers, Kelvin :) ___ jQuery mailing list discuss@jquery.com http://jquery.com/discuss/

[jQuery] jQuery::PeriodicalUpdater ?

2006-09-21 Thread Webunity | Gilles van den Hoven
Anybody did a periodical updater plugin like the scriptaculous one? I hope all plugin developers put there plugin on: http://jquery.com/plugins/ Thanx Gilles ___ jQuery mailing list discuss@jquery.com http://jquery.com/discuss/

Re: [jQuery] Fader code I duplicated using JQuery

2006-09-21 Thread Rey Bango
Thanks for the heads up Klaus! I basically took the source from Mike's page and just modified it using JQuery. I should've been more cognizant of that. Thanks again! Rey... Klaus Hartl wrote: Rey, that's cool, will use it sometime! A little tip: you are serving the demo page as text/html,

Re: [jQuery] document.ready IE iframe

2006-09-21 Thread Blair McKenzie
I haven't tried it, but you could try simply putting the code at the end of the html instead of in ready.BlairOn 9/22/06, Arash Yalpani [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:Hi all,I have a page(1) with an iframe, where the iframe loads a second-party-web page(2). Now, if I open (1), I want to do

Re: [jQuery] Interface: draggables, droppables, and sortables

2006-09-21 Thread bbuchs
Stefan (I hope you're listening in!) Brendan and I have been trading messages about this off-list, and came to the same conclusion: Please roll back the code to the old sortables draggables methods Although the methods you added to insert draggables into any sortables is neat, it lacks the

Re: [jQuery] code ideas: if mouseover for 5 seconds then do this elsedo nothi ng

2006-09-21 Thread Dave Cohen
On Thursday 14 September 2006 11:04, Lewis, David wrote: I think that this should be possible by creating a time delay function [setTimeout()] that is started on the mouseover event and cancelling the timer delay function [clearTimeout()] on the mouseout event. I too did something like this.

Re: [jQuery] jQuery::PeriodicalUpdater ?

2006-09-21 Thread Will Arp
there is a bug on line 35 and 40 of file heartbeat.js: change $.heartbeat to $.jheartbeat ..or in line 7: change $.jheartbeat to $.heartbeat ;) will On 21-set-06, at 23:30, Rey Bango wrote: http://www.jasons-toolbox.com/JHeartbeat/ ___ jQuery

Re: [jQuery] Google map plugin idea

2006-09-21 Thread Dylan Verheul
On 9/21/06, Tim Gossett [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: You have a bug with your default Lat and Long values. I was lazy :-) thanks for the heads up, it's better now. ___ jQuery mailing list discuss@jquery.com http://jquery.com/discuss/