This sounds interesting, but I am not sure what you are proposing. How is what you would create any different than having a dedicated icon-link to CP in Chrome, or having a link to CP on a web-site ?
“Human beings do not live in the objective world alone, nor alone in the world of social activity as ordinarily understood, but are very much at the mercy of the particular language which has become the medium of expression for their society. It is quite an illusion to imagine that one adjusts to reality essentially without the use of language and that language is merely an incidental means of solving specific problems of communication or reflection." Edward Sapir, 1929
Why does uploading of demo samples on CP sucks so? Always have to try and try for about a million times before the file will get uploaded. Unexpected error during upload. One or more files may not have been uploaded.
Whenever I want to upload the zip file containing a demo to the an article, it always take time before it upload. An error "Unexpected error during upload. One or more files may not have been uploaded." always come up.
This has always been my experience when uploading zip files on CP.
We're always here to help. Please let us know what browser / OS you're using. In the meantime always feel free to send your articles to the editors to post for you at submit[at]codeproject.com including the article and code in a .rar, or renamed .zip (ie .notzip) file. It could be that the file you're uploading is too large, or perhaps you've had the editor open too long.
In any case, please feel free to send me the files and / or the URL. We'd like the process to be as painless as possible.
I am using Google Chrome Version 28.0.1500.71m on Windows 8
The article is posted, I am revising it. It is already saved as Revision 4 and am just to attach the newly edited code to it. How am I to send only the code while pointing to the article and revision to attach it too?
In QA section we have "Reply" widget where people can reply to comments but it seems very faint(IE) so most of the people don't click on reply widget & add new comment instead of replying to previous message. Hence the person who has asked any question/comment doesn't get any notification & it goes unheard/unanswered irrespective the OP has reply to his message.
having the buttons "pop" out would highlight the reply functionality
In the present case, it is the whole comment block that gets highlighted when hovered, not only the reply
icon. This behavior is somehow inconsistent with the rest of the design, in which I always get a rectangular outline (or even a complete button appearing) on the clickable zone only, what clearly makes clickable zones stand out.
1. Do not highlight the whole line, but only the "reply" button, as in a forum message highlighting. So by hovering the comment, the "reply" icon background will also get dark red (or crimson or whatever the color is named, I am no woman).
2. Highlight the whole line AND get the icon background dark red.
3. Make the whole line clickable, and a click would fire up a reply. (I reckon this could be an annoying behaviour on touchscreens, as you could not touch a comment to scroll down/up).
I know that you wrote that you prefer the current behaviour, I still try my luck.
I think words like 'destiny' are a way of trying to find order where none exists. - Christian Graus
Do not feed the troll ! - Common proverb
I went to my Reputation History, and I saw that at least 15 of my answers were bookmarked (all posted in December). I've no idea why, because these answers aren't related with each other. I find that this looks strange and suspicious.
I'm posting this because I don't want to be considered as a sock-puppeteer.
The quick red ProgramFOX jumps right over the Lazy<Dog>.