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Asymptopia Crossword Builder (Open Source)

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Hi,
if anyone is interested I've released an opensource crossword builder
at http://www.asymptopia.org. It should work with IE/Mozilla/Netscape
and hopefully others. Please send any feedback you may have to the
address on the "Contact" div. Thanks,
AZ
Jul 20 '05 #1
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Asymptopia hu kiteb:
Hi,
if anyone is interested I've released an opensource crossword builder
at http://www.spammer.org. It should work with IE/Mozilla/Netscape
and hopefully others. Please send any feedback you may have to the
address on the "Contact" div. Thanks,
AZ


This is related to javascript how?
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Fabian
Visit my website often and for long periods!
http://www.lajzar.co.uk

Jul 20 '05 #2

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> This is related to javascript how?

it's written in JavaScript.
Az
Jul 20 '05 #3

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Asymptopia hu kiteb:
This is related to javascript how?


it's written in JavaScript.
Az


The website appeared to say it is written in C++. A closer look reveals
that the web page interface sucked so badly that I went to one of your
other programs.

If something is not underlined, doesn't have a border, and doesn't cause
the mouse to change when hovered over, I assume it does nothing when
clicked on, so I don't bother clicking on it.

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Fabian
Visit my website often and for long periods!
http://www.lajzar.co.uk

Jul 20 '05 #4

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> The website appeared to say it is written in C++.
No, it doesn't??
A closer look reveals
that the web page interface sucked so badly that I went to one of your
other programs. That's funny, I went to your website an all I saw were squares where the
characters were unprintable. (and no javascript to speak of)

If something is not underlined, doesn't have a border, and doesn't cause
the mouse to change when hovered over, I assume it does nothing when
clicked on, so I don't bother clicking on it.


I don't know what your talking about here, but some things you might
check are:
1) Make sure javascript is enabled in your browser
2) Don't expect curses-based browsers to display javascript

Other than that, the underlining of the links is a bit frustrating
to get to work with all browsers; It works on IE/Mozilla/Firebird,
and don't have other browser, but wouldn't surprise me if my little
underline function doesn't work in some other browers.
Jul 20 '05 #5

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Asymptopia hu kiteb:
The website appeared to say it is written in C++. No, it doesn't??
A closer look reveals
that the web page interface sucked so badly that I went to one of
your other programs.

That's funny, I went to your website an all I saw were squares where
the characters were unprintable. (and no javascript to speak of)


That's because my web page is multilingual, and you probably don't have
the fonts installed. English is not the only language on Earth, and teh
Latin script not the only writing system.
If something is not underlined, doesn't have a border, and doesn't
cause the mouse to change when hovered over, I assume it does
nothing when clicked on, so I don't bother clicking on it.


I don't know what your talking about here, but some things you might
check are:
1) Make sure javascript is enabled in your browser


It always is.
2) Don't expect curses-based browsers to display javascript
I expect at least one of explorer or navigator to display any javascript
before I declare a script to be fundamentally broken. Which one do you
consider curses-based, and which one, in your humble opinion, is based
on old Norse runes?
Other than that, the underlining of the links is a bit frustrating
to get to work with all browsers; It works on IE/Mozilla/Firebird,
and don't have other browser, but wouldn't surprise me if my little
underline function doesn't work in some other browers.


Why do you need a special javascript function? Offhand, either an <I>
tag or a <A> tag would serve this interface requirement.

Incidentally, you site appears to be offline right now.
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Fabian
Visit my website often and for long periods!
http://www.lajzar.co.uk

Jul 20 '05 #6

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"Fabian" <la****@hotmail.com> wrote in message news:<bp*************@ID-174912.news.uni-berlin.de>...
That's because my web page is multilingual, and you probably don't have
the fonts installed. English is not the only language on Earth, and teh
Latin script not the only writing system. It always is. Why do you need a special javascript function? Offhand, either an <I>
tag or a <A> tag would serve this interface requirement.
Fabian, you're probably a decent guy (or girl?) in real life,
and I'm certainly don't care to flame you, so I'll end this
thread and hope that someone is interested in what I put out
there. It should be useful to someone who's not familiar with
object oriented javascript techniques. see ya.
Incidentally, you site appears to be offline right now.


oh well...
Jul 20 '05 #7

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