Good idea. Because there is enough space on the line, "Edit / Improve" may be also used.
And it should be also used with solutions. Just yesterday another user 'improved' one of my solutions by adding text without any indications what he has added so that it seemed that I have written the complete text.
That happens sometimes when the CP server load is high. The servers simply cannot cope with the demand. If you see that again, just wait a while and then check again.
I think computer viruses should count as life. I think it says something about human nature that the only form of life we have created so far is purely destructive. We've created life in our own image.
To site adm: The message basil3000 has posted a new comment at "[Article]: An MFC Chart Control with Enhanced User Interface":
>>Nothing seems to be able to open the demo source code zip. Can you upload it again?
I have received a notification in my email, but the message is not posted as a message to my article. So I cannot answet it as usual authors of CodeProject articles do.
If the comment isn't there, then it suggests that the user deleted the message. It could well be that he's been able to open the file now and has decided to get rid of the post because it doesn't apply.
*pre-emptive celebratory nipple tassle jiggle* - Sean Ewington
Code Project Article:-
"COM IDs & Registry keys in a nutshell" by Joao C Morais.
It opens in my browser, but the moment I hit the scroll bar, the screen clears, and displays 'false' in the LH-Top Corner.
I don't realy want to start a thread about this, I just want to report something that does not work. (AND I would like to be able to read the article)
I use IE8 on WinXP-SP3. I have no fancy drivers, audio rigs, games, etc. I have a booring machine that runs DevStudio 97, OpenOffice, Adobe Software for videoclips and Acrobate, and that's about it!
I now get this effect with each and every article, that is 'false' in the LH-Top Corner, as soon as I hit the Scroll bar.(but it does not happen with the forums).Is this a setting in my browser, or a bug in the CP site. (It does also not happen with other sites, such as Source Forge).
As it now stands, CP Articles are for now effectively 'Off Limit' for me, until this is resolved.
Please let me know what you think...
I have been interacting with 2 Q&A posts in the last few days, which have been deleted by the originators after a few interchanges. This was apparently to hide their own replies, or avoid having some other CP member point out where they could find the information they need. In both cases they sent me a response comment and then immediately deleted the entire thread. This means that history is lost, along with what could be useful information within some of the answers. Since we cannot do this in the other forums should it not be disabled in Q&A?
One of these days I'm going to think of a really clever signature.
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