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I find loading "Articles", after taking some time, gets "Latest Updates". The thing is, one has to have a filter tag in mind. So first I find a tag on that page, click it, then I've got the relevant content.
I see where you can sort, but not filter. I mean the search function pulls it up. So the question remains, how can one just browse articles if they don't know what they're looking for and just killing time?
Yes sort ... I usually then pick "Sort By", "Created(New-Old)", which'll give up the time sequence.
Jeremy Falcon wrote:
But that is the plaguing issue for which there is no logical solution here @ codeproject. Let me count the number of times I've attempted to receive a pat on the graphic spine by posting a Q in Q&A regarding the "tag" cloud issue.
As I see it "tags" refers to "more than one tag", hence the appellative "cloud".
Doesn't work. And as far as questions go, elicits perjorative rants from answerers.
Since I got ya here man, am I missing something or is all that's required to update an article's thumbnail is simply replacing the image file with a new one with the same name and then Ctrl+F5 the listing page like a wild beast?
When I simply replaced the generated image with a better looking one though, the listing page went back to the default image rather than the show the new one or the old generated one. Was hoping to put something a bit fancier in its place.
We've been using git at work and after a few months of using it... it still drives me a bit mad.
For example: git pull origin branch
Should in theory be a specialized version of: git pull
...yet you end up in a weird limbo (now thinks your local is ahead of origin/branch) because the tracking pointer somehow doesn't get updated when you specify the branch (it does with the generic "git pull").
Anyone deal with git regularly? I keep finding some of these little inconsistencies that are driving me mad. I may just be partial to SVN since I used that for years but it seems like everything is overly complex for no good reason in git.
Don't get me started with hash values being used as commit identifiers.
I believe the git developers have been quoted as saying their approach was, "if in doubt, do the opposite of what was done in SVN"... it seems like an absolutely idiotic approach to something. Instead of learning from the mistakes in the past, you're bound to invent new mistakes... that's what I see in git, completely new mistakes (innovative mistakes in design? ).
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