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Comments by Steve Echols (Top 17 by date)
Maybe you could hide the elements (visibility:hidden) and after you set the translated text, then show the element (visibility:visible). I would use visibility:hidden and not display: none, so the elements still take up the space of the original text on the page, otherwise the rendering might be a bit jumpy.
I think you need to determine what Object was hit (such as a datapoint).
I think this is more of a problem with how browsers cache the pages, vs. session. When the user hits back in the browser, it just loads the page from the cache, without refreshing it.
Does the text disappear after a post back? I don't think the label control maintains view state, so setting the text property of a label control wrapped in a IsPostBack check won't work. I could be wrong, but something to consider....
Correct. That will get you the CUSTCODE_T value.
Do you get an error in FireBug console? Have you tried to put a break point in setFrameUrl function using FireBug, to see if your function is even being called?
I seriously doubt this is possible.
You'll have to manually update the text of each ListItem. Where are you getting your data from?
True, true. Wasn't sure if he wanted a hollow tube or a capped cylinder.
Thanks! (Now I have to go delete that from the page I just mangled :-))
Well, you can't draw circles in openGL, only simulate them using primitives like line strips, so I'm not sure what you mean by "one circle". Do you you mean "one for loop" iterating around the circle and drawing triangles or quads? You should be able to do this with a GL_QUAD_STRIP.
There are tons of examples on how to draw cylinders with opengl on the web. NeHe is very useful (or was back when I was doing openGL :))
Are you using glut.h? Google gluCylinder.
I'm thinking the lblTotal/lblTotalAmount ids are probably not what you think they are.
Maybe try: <pre>$("#<%=GridView1.ClientID%> .total").each ......</pre>
But basically, view the source of the page and see what the structure of the elements are and what pattern you'd need to use as your selectors for jQuery (I'm not a jQuery expert, I use prototype.js)
True, true. ClientIDMode="Static" or ClientIDMode="Predictable" would make it work in 4.0. Is that correct?
Reason for my vote of 5
I've ran into this many times too. Especially when someone uses the designer to insert new columns in a specific place. Then you actually can get data from different columns! Re-running view and sp scripts fixes it.
This is the one I "borrowed" from the net. Searches SPs and Views:
CREATE PROCEDURE [dbo].[Util_FindTextInSP]
SET @StringToSearch = '%' +@StringToSearch + '%'
SELECT DISTINCT so.Name
FROM sysobjects so (NOLOCK)
INNER JOIN syscomments sc (NOLOCK) on so.Id = sc.ID
AND (so.Type = 'P' OR so.type='V')
AND sc.Text LIKE @StringToSearch
ORDER BY so.Name
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