|Things i'd like, but haven't gotten around to adding yet:
Add new forum posts to forum after replying.The downside of using behind-the-scenes posting is that you miss out on seeing all the other replies and new threads posted whilst you were pondering your own words. Would be nice to get these without having to reload the whole page...
Better preference / signature managementCurrently a total hack, with each instance of CodeProject having its own set of preferences and sigs loaded.
Additional editing options, convenience functions...Including things like David Stone's CPhog+Midas project, a Markdown option, templates, etc...
Automatic timestamp for modified posts
- Page-level indication of pending and failed posts
Shortcut keys on the post/modify/reply form Current plan:
Ctrl+Shift+C Wrap selection in
Ctrl+Shift+< Insert a <
Ctrl+Shift+> Insert a >
Ctrl+Shift+& Insert a &
Ctrl+Shift+L Create a link
Ctrl+Shift+^ Create a link w/ clickety tail ([^])
Ctrl+Q Quote selected text (or format selected text as a quotation, if selection is in the editor)
Ctrl+E Insert emoticon
Ctrl+L Create a link[^]
Ctrl+Enter Submit your post
Esc Closes the post editor or Closes the preview, if previewing
Ctrl+Shift+P Preview your post
Ctrl+Shift+S Submit your post
Make linkification work with
Keyboard navigation in forumCurrent plan:
Escape HTML in selection functionThread-by-thread refresh
Ctrl+Right Arrow Moves to the next post
Ctrl+Left Arrow Moves to the previous post
Ctrl+Up Arrow Moves to the previous thread header
Ctrl+Down Arrow Moves to the next thread header
Alt+R Reply to the current post
Alt+M Modify the current post
Alt+N Create a new thread
Ctrl+Q Reply to the current post, quoting the entire post
Feel free to reply with your own suggestions...
Last modified: Thursday, July 06, 2006 12:48:39 AM -- Mark off completed, add a few new ones
|In some places, October brings the snow. Here, the tumbleweeds break loose, and drift across the fields and roads, piling against whatever blocks their path...
"The time has come," the Walrus said,
"To talk of many things..."
So anyway, i'm trying this unofficial little contest
to get some creative spirits active. The idea is,
spends a lot of time on the road (what with visiting the desks of 1 Million+ CPians and all), and thus must get to visit a lot of interesting sites. Being the sort of curious alien tourist that he is, he's bound to stick around some of them long enough to get photographed - so let's see 'em
- Photos must be your own work.
- Photos must be tasteful.
- Photos must be print quality - if they aren't large enough to get a good print off of, you're just another nut with a bad camera.
- Photos must show a recognizable Bob in an interesting location - no matter how many StarDock applets you've downloaded, your desktop is *not* an interesting location.
Current entries are:
Skiiing Bob - Colin Davies
Bob and Monkey - Nick Seng
Bob and Elk - Chris Losinger
Bob and cast of ER - Mike Mullikin
Bob on a Boat - Chris Losinger
Bob on Cape Lookout - Chris Losinger
Bob in Cape Town - Paul Watson
(more of a "started the whole idea" image than a entry, but 's cool...
Bob Amongst the Angels - K(arl)
Cattle Bob - Michael A. Barnhart
Bob in Atlanta - PJ Arends
Bob in Berlin - Arnd H.
Bob at the Valley of the Kings - Nick Rowan
Bob Sandboarding - Nick Rowan
Bob in London at Buckingham Palace - Steve Mayfield
Bob in Paris climbing the Eiffel Tower - Steve Mayfield
Bob in Amsterdam at the Rembrandt museum - Steve Mayfield
Bob in Dhahran, Saudi Arabia with one of his favorite non alcoholic drinks - Steve Mayfield
Bob and his Spaceship...err, in Montreal at the Olympic stadium - Steve Mayfield
Bob Golfing - David Wulff
Best shot wins An Improbable Prize
(!!!!). Judges consist of: Me
. An advisory panel to the judges consists of: Everyone who votes on posted images/links to images/colorful descriptions of images that can presumably be found somewhere/etc
. All entries must be postmarked no earlier than 1/1/2001All entrants must be certifiably human. Bob, Bob's family, Bob's handlers, mutilated cattle, and the strange light in the sky are barred from entry. This contest claims no affiliation with The Code Project, The Code Project Staff, Shadowy Backers of The Code Project, or the word "contest". All names, dates, and faces Copyright by their respective owners. All facts are fiction, all lemons sublime.
You're one microscopic cog
in his catastrophic plan...