it still goes wack if opera doesnt identify as "MSIE 6.0". identifying as it should properly as "Opera" just generates garbage.
funny though. cause my own phpbb board works fine with opera identifying as itself.
youre misunderstanding me?
its nothing complicated. just adding another label next to the name of the newseditor that posted the news.... same thing as there currently is in the "readmore" view.
the entire posting process would be the same. the article would be checked by a newseditor like it is now, with the submitter being either 'anonymous' or a name. and then when its posted and the front page is reloaded the page just uses the information in the db...
nothing is different except for one extra field being drawn from the database to the front page. no changes in the current posting cycle. not even adding more to the database... its just the same as always... just one more field drawn to the front page per post.
whatever happened to the beta version of the new site? it was good, save for the orange colours.
i could use another commenting system - perhaps tied into the forums? so we only needed one profile...
and a more personal one: newseditor status tied into the regular profile, instead of having to log in twice (including the forums, I have 3 logins on this site )
in the top line of each post on the front page... add "Submitter: <? $name ?> - or whatever the submitter variable is called
people often complains about not being credited - and the place it's currently placed is not very visible and it discourages a lot of people to post news stories to us.
yea its nice.. i just get annoyed by programs that defaults ALL info to the windows profile directories... thats just begging to lose them. fortunately it also works to just move the .ini files to the program directory root.
what annoys me is that Yahoo sets me as "on vacation" when i go idle, i changed it by editing the settings... on restart of trillian it is back to vacation.
same thing if you edit it directly in the xml settings file
partition magic isn nowhere near useless, since windows refuses ro resize partiotions and wont even touch any kind of journalised linux file systems.
if the only thing you do is to format discs, you wont need PM. but you cant do much other with the system tools in xp.
but yes. windows should detect the disc on its own when you go into the admin tools/disc management - and then give you options to format... thats the best and simplest way you can format your discs.