i try to learn ado.net so i start with an article how to build database using ado+access and vb.net and think this article is compatible with visual studio 2005 not 2010 which i have so some error i face like
I've submitted an article (503571) and it has been "closed" after peer review.
I then do again my edit in response to the peer comment and submit it again. After that, I found my article shows as "Pending" in the Revision page; while it still shows "Closed" when I open the article in edit mode again.
I would like to know what actually the current status is of my article? Thanks.
I just noticed that article draft auto-save doesn't work. At least in FF17, is it only for me?
I just lost a half-written article draft which was auto-saved a number of times and also saved forcefully by myself click the save button.
So I started the article over. Put some text. Clicked save. Opened a draft and observed empty article template.
I was writing an article, saved it a number of times. But then accidentally clicked the Back button (actually pressed the Backspace keyboard button in Firefox). When I returned to the article draft via account menu it was blanked out: currently it is in the article empty template state! Like I wasn't writing and saving at all.
How can I recover my draft back?!
You won't believe how many times this has happened. But somehow I always find it in an auto saved folder - maybe not always in the most updated version. But a version of it is sometimes found. But sometimes it's not even there.
I have currently finished writing a small article about a piece of software I developed.
Although the code itself makes up only 740KB zipped, it is dependent on external libraries, that need to be deployed along the program to run.
In my case this external library is a modified version of the Chromium browser itself.
Unfortunately, the size of this redistributable package including chromium and all of its dependencies is 21MB in its compressed form, making it uneligible to be uploaded using the Article Submission Wizard.
Chromium in its source form requires a minimum of 15GB disk space, so this is not an option either.