I have two files to share on unrelated projects. The first is a requested update for the bugmenot.com search. This puts the first result in the DQSD itself, rather than opening a new window (unless the /old switch is used). I'd like to figure out how to adapt it to cycle through all known
Does the search bar still function? You have one of the XP themes, don't you? They don't work in vertical mode. Go to --Configure--Load Color Scheme--Classic
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I just noticed that if I take DSQD off the task bar so it floats in its own window
If that is the issue, all you have to do is open search.htm and edit line 964. Either make the numbers bigger than 256 or comment out some lines. Remember, this will be switched back when you upgrade.
-- Original message -- Mitchell,I have my taskbar set up in
april 2005 13:20 To: firstname.lastname@example.org Subject: Re: [DQSD-Users] bugmenot? Right on. Perhaps this link can be added to : http://www.dqsd.net/contrib/index.html cheers, tom. [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Got it.http://home.comcast.net/~ryan_carpenter/
-- Original message -- not sure a search would be useful best solution is to use bugnenot extension with firefox http://roachfiend.com/page/2/ Charlie Russel wrote: Has anyone done a bugmenot search
Yeah, that was the first thing I tried. I put the line alert(searches.length); into one of my search files and did a search. It popped up saying "Undefined". alert(searches) just gives "[Object object]". The aliases array does the same thing.
Does anyone know what I'm doing wrong?
Paul- type in a few letters, then F8.
Everyone- is there an easy way to access an array of all the search names from within a search script? I've been looking through how the menu is built, but it's kind of over my head...
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it here: http://home.comcast.net/~ryan_carpenter/dqsd/
This folder has a few searches I've been working on. None are done yet, but they work as proofs of concept. In order for the login function to work, a change to the search.html file was necesary.Below is the section of code I altered. The biggest
I saw the yy function, I'd like to do somthing similar without allowing the password to be seen. Maybe it's not possible, but I appriciate any help.
-- Original message -- Hi Ryan,I'd like to write a search that will allow you to login to password protected
I'd like to write a search that will allow you to login to password protected sites (email, banking). Problem is, I can't seem to figure out how to make a password-type input and pull that information into the form. I posted a first attempt below, would anyone care to give me ideas?
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