[DQSD-Users] Re: Spaces in switch argument?

2004-01-20 Thread Tom Corcoran
Thanks Brent, Try parseArgsEx instead of parseArgs. Excellent. Wasn't getting it working before I read in deter_tools.js : Also the arg name * and value are separated by a space not a : like parseArgs. * This will also allow you to have spaces in the argument value * as well. Surprisingly

[DQSD-Users] Re : Error system cannot locate the object specified

2004-01-20 Thread Tom Corcoran
Thanks for the info Shawn. For now, you can safely disable the check for updates and reenable it in a couple of days when the version file on SF is safely on DQSD's site. A quick addition to the localprefs.js (checkForUpdate = false) did the trick. Cheers, Tom.

[DQSD-Users] Passing dd/mm/yy as argument value

2004-01-20 Thread Tom Corcoran
I am using parseArgsEx as some of my argument values can have spaces. As one of the argument vales I need to pass a date in the form dd/mm/yy but I imagine this conflicts with the switch divider /, though I have no numeric switches defined. So I want to do something like : mysearch.xml : mysearch

RE: [DQSD-Users] Passing dd/mm/yy as argument value

2004-01-20 Thread Shawn K. Hall
Hi Tom, I am using parseArgsEx as some of my argument values can have spaces. As one of the argument vales I need to pass a date in the form dd/mm/yy but I imagine this conflicts with the switch divider /, though I have no numeric switches defined. I imagine you'll have to play with the

RE: [DQSD-Users] ANN: DQSD 3.1.8 goes final!

2004-01-20 Thread Kim Gräsman
Monty, It seems you're right, it already does all of this, except the localsearches. I'll see if I can fix that today... Thanks, Kim -Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Monty Scroggins Sent: den 19 januari 2004 21:01 To: Dqsd-Users

Re: [DQSD-Users] DQSD installer/uninstaller (WAS: ANN: DQSD 3.1.8 goes final!)

2004-01-20 Thread Ed Greenberg
IMHO config files actually belong under \documents and settings\username\... so that you can have multiple configs for multiple users. /edg --On Tuesday, January 20, 2004 3:35 PM -0600 Monty Scroggins [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: This seems to pretty much be the behavior of most applications I

[DQSD-Users] Opeing local files via menu problem

2004-01-20 Thread Tom Corcoran
Hi, I uninstalled 3.1.6 on a Windows XP Pro SP1 machine and installed 3.1.8 today. From the configure menu if I select local preferences / aliases / stylesheet I get an error : ([object error]/) occurred running the search for editconfigfile('[relevant local file]') Any thoughts? Thanks, Tom.

RE: [DQSD-Users] Opeing local files via menu problem

2004-01-20 Thread John W. Bairen, Jr.
Tom, In the preferences file (and thus able to be overridden in localprefs.js) there is (or should be... I didn't find one in my preferences.js) a setting for which app to use to edit the different config files. They look like this in my localprefs.js: cssEditorExe=C:\\Program Files\\Microsoft

[DQSD-Users] Re : Opeing local files via menu problem

2004-01-20 Thread Tom Corcoran
Hi JB, In the preferences file (and thus able to be overridden in localprefs.js) there is (or should be... I didn't find one in my preferences.js) a setting for which app to use to edit the different config files. They look like this in my localprefs.js: cssEditorExe=C:\\Program Files\\Microsoft

[DQSD-Users] Re: Passing dd/mm/yy as argument value

2004-01-20 Thread Tom Corcoran
Hey Shawn, I imagine you'll have to play with the parseArgsEx function a little or use alternate date separators. ...and have the code replace that character with / when it actually runs the URL. I'll look into parseArgsEx later and see if it can be retrofitted to suit our needs. Cool. I'm

[DQSD-Users] Yahoo Bookmarks

2004-01-20 Thread Eric Green \(Work2\)
Just curious if anyone would be interested in helping me create an add-in for yahoo bookmarks. I use yahoo bookmarks at home/work so that I dont have to update two favorite lists. But staying true to the purpose of Dave's it would be nice not to have to open your browser and then click on

Re: [DQSD-Users] Yahoo Bookmarks

2004-01-20 Thread Brent Beardsley
Hi Eric, I wrote one already although I haven't used it for a while so I don't know if it still works. It actually grabs the bookmarks export (netscape bookmark format) and parses it. It'd be faster if you could parse the cached version I'm sure. There's also a yahoo companion for mozilla at

[DQSD-Users] DQSD installer/uninstaller (WAS: ANN: DQSD 3.1.8 goes final!)

2004-01-20 Thread Kim Gräsman
Monty all, It turns out I was wrong; the uninstaller _does_ remove everything (including local* files) after a reboot. I've fixed it up so the following policy is: - On install, create localsearch.css, localprefs.js, localaliases.txt and mrumenu.txt, unless they already exist - On install,