BlitzGirl - That's very sweet of you. I especially love yappo as the ketchup smilie....fully rendered in stunning, revolutionary 8-bit!!!!! hehe.
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charlie_grumbles wrote:I'm interested in the background of some of your local "handles."
My favorite color is, for the most part, blue. Azule is an Anglicization of azul
, the Spanish word for blue, pronounced "ah-sool" (though, "uh-zool" in English is fine). There are others with my handle. *grumbles*
Exodies wrote:You mean the newpage count will reflect the number of new pages there are. Sounds perfect.
Hehe, so true.
Dracomax wrote:maybe if there were a way to unspoiler things by default for people who don't like them?
Sounds like an easy script.
Dracomax wrote:Also, Raft! Oregon trail time?
And dysentery time.
SBN wrote:But then, I appear to be the minority in that I don't mind leaving the spoilers open.
Me too, for the most part.
Yay, my 10,000th person! Is that how that works?
Great use of my work, azule. This is what I like best: When someone else uses something to create new ways to look at it, to view it in ways, I haven't thought of yet and get new insights. A true collaborative effort!
And I am currently working on an updated one (once Outside allows me to continue). To get the data involves quite some number crunching on my database, but the scripts to extract the data are already there. Once the data is extracted the process is rather straight forward: I dump the data into gephi
and fiddle around with it until I get some pleasant looking results, perhaps doing some twerking by hand. If someone (Kieryn or mscha) would be interested in hosting a page I could provide the datastream (gefx
) for a visualization with sigma
. Just drop me a note.
Thanks. I felt the same way, but didn't want to be so bold as to say we collaborated.
Hmm, since I don't really know what those are, I guess I'll wait for it...
Though, I see that sigma is some sorta canvas thing. Would I be able to use a script in the same way on that?
BTW, how is self-quoting handled? I was thinking it might be cool if self-quoters had little curved arrows points right back at 'em.
This seems really cool! I say "seems" because I have almost no clue as to how this is implemented (where do I put this block o' code?). Is anyone willing/able to explain how I can put it into use? If it's any help, I'm on a MacBook running OS X 10.6.8, and my default browser is Chrome (though I also have Firefox and Safari if it's easier to use on those browsers).
Alright, two ways to do this. After loading ott2.svg:
- Copy the block-o-code and paste it into the address bar, press enter, and wait.
- Save the block-o-code into a bookmark. [Make a new bookmark, paste into location field, give it a name.] Press bookmark. (This activates code the same as 1., but is conveniently ready for next load.)
When the cursor becomes a hand when over nodes, the script is ready. Press and have fun.
One more step if you've got the code editing skills:
3. This code can be set up at the bottom of the svg file (with a few changes) and then its ready when the svg loads. Ask and I can give you the real details on that.
I've tried this in Firefox and Chrome.