Re: [WSG] Browser test: Construct

2007-12-09 Thread Philippe Wittenbergh


On Dec 9, 2007, at 4:37 PM, Christian Montoya wrote:


Is
there any way at all to prevent the FAYT behavior? If I apply return
false, will that work?


I don't know :-) Nobody ever managed to block FAYT, seen from here.

To set FAYT to work automatically, add
user_pref(accessibility.typeaheadfind.autostart, true);
in your user.js
(or use about:config).

Philippe
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Re: [WSG] Browser test: Construct

2007-12-09 Thread Christian Montoya
On Dec 9, 2007 3:21 AM, Philippe Wittenbergh [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

 On Dec 9, 2007, at 4:37 PM, Christian Montoya wrote:

  Is
  there any way at all to prevent the FAYT behavior? If I apply return
  false, will that work?

 I don't know :-) Nobody ever managed to block FAYT, seen from here.

 To set FAYT to work automatically, add
 user_pref(accessibility.typeaheadfind.autostart, true);
 in your user.js
 (or use about:config).

OK, I added return false; to the keybindings and successfully
repressed FAYT in FF on WinVista, but I don't know if that works in
all gecko browsers.

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Re: [WSG] Browser test: Construct

2007-12-09 Thread Philippe Wittenbergh


On Dec 10, 2007, at 3:36 AM, Christian Montoya wrote:


To set FAYT to work automatically, add
user_pref(accessibility.typeaheadfind.autostart, true);
in your user.js
(or use about:config).


OK, I added return false; to the keybindings and successfully
repressed FAYT in FF on WinVista, but I don't know if that works in
all gecko browsers.


Gecko is Gecko :-)
I checked your page with Fx 2 and the nightly builds of both Camino  
and Minefield: Fayt is not triggered.
Camino 1.5 appears not to 'get' it here, Fayt is triggered anyway.  
I'll check if there is a known issue/limitation around that. But if I  
were you, I wouldn't worry about it.


There are a few known bugs with keybindings in current nightlies on  
Mac, but those should be fixed by the time Gecko 1.9 is released.  
None affected your test page.


Philippe
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[WSG] Comment mark

2007-12-09 Thread Hayden's Harness Attachment
I would like to appologize if I am off topic. I am not sure who to ask. I am 
using !-- ... --! to comment out a line in a PHP file. Firefox2.x will use it 
to comment out a link and IE7 will not use. Am I doing the commenting a line 
out right?
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Re: [WSG] Comment mark

2007-12-09 Thread krugonN
To comment a line in PHP code you should use // or you can comment a block
using /* */

Gonzalo González Mora

On Dec 10, 2007 2:40 AM, Hayden's Harness Attachment [EMAIL PROTECTED]
wrote:

 I would like to appologize if I am off topic. I am not sure who to ask. I
 am using !-- ... --! to comment out a line in a PHP file. Firefox2.xwill 
 use it to comment out a link and IE7 will not use. Am I doing the
 commenting a line out right?
 Angus



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Re: [WSG] Comment mark

2007-12-09 Thread John Faulds

It should be: !-- ... -- (no 2nd !).

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Re: [WSG] Comment mark

2007-12-09 Thread Matthew Pennell
On 12/10/07, krugonN [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

 To comment a line in PHP code you should use // or you can comment a block
 using /* */


Or you can also use an octothorpe: # to comment out a single line in PHP.

- Matthew


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Re: [WSG] Comment mark

2007-12-09 Thread krugonN
Thanks, I didn't know that, I'm very knew to PHP :D

Gonzalo González Mora

On Dec 10, 2007 3:44 AM, Matthew Pennell [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

 On 12/10/07, krugonN [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
 
  To comment a line in PHP code you should use // or you can comment a
  block using /* */
 

 Or you can also use an octothorpe: # to comment out a single line in PHP.

 - Matthew

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