In 'My Notifications' page, the 'Clear All' button has a warning. However, Select All --> Mark Selected As Read sequence does not elicit this warning. I believe this has to be operate in the same way as the former test case right?
Not really. The Clear All button has a race condition that the Select All version doesn't. Basically, Clear All removes ALL notifications, regardless of whether or not they are in this page. In other words, it may include ones that have just come in that you haven't seen. With the Select All and Clear version, you have more control over what gets deleted. This should help preserve you from unwanted side effects.
I was brought up to respect my elders. I don't respect many people nowadays.
Normally I would agree with you, but the latest version does seem to slug on some machines, for no clearly obvious reason - I'm not the only one seeing this. If you have a number of tabs, they can take a minute or more to open in chrome, and the CPU usage rises to use a whole core. I've switched to FF temporarily until Chrome works properly again.
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I usually don't have many tabs open, but I think the issue lies in Chrome's Multi-Process architecture, and the latency in the IPC system Chrome uses to control each process. I don't know of any real way to alleviate the issue, as it is a side effect of IPC (AFAICT).
I just want to say thanks. I have been using both CodeProject and StackOverflow, but must say that CodeProject monitoring people are just, well, nicer.
When using StackOverflow, I rather often get my questions deemed inappropriate, probably becuase they are judged too vague, even when a couple of people actually have replied to my questions. At CodeProject, the forum monitoring people seem more "tolerant", so thank you!
When I come to think about it, banning a question for being too vague is often rather silly: if one knew exactly what to ask, one should rather do a Google search on the question than take time from friendly developers.
Today, I voted 5 for the article About RSS[^]. Before my vote, the score was 4.19 (15 votes). After my vote, the score was 4.19 (16 votes). Because the score wasn't changed, I voted again. After my second vote: 4.41 (16 votes). By voting some other articles, I also saw that the score after voting a second time was different than the score after voting a first time.
Is this a bug, or is it just me?
The quick red ProgramFOX jumps right over the Lazy<Dog>.
The article editor does not accept XML document declaration and processing instruction in code block. When saving my article, this part disappeared. I tried IE, firefox and google chrome. None of them worked. I had to post the part in the WYSIWYG interface. Here is my article: http://www.codeproject.com/Articles/570032/Dynamically-Create-Populate-and-Submit-an-InfoPath
The article editor does not accept XML document declaration and processing instruction in code block
Not sure what you mean. I've checked your article and it looks like the formatting was messed up with the XML part - I've fixed the formatting by correctly HTML encoding the XML as well as removing the extra SPAN tags you had in there.