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- on 29 July, 2015 in Uncategorized

So, it’s that lovely time again.  Time to redo my website.  Oh look it’s done! I’ve updated a few things, changed a number of things, and most of all you can see the brand new style. I’m not sure how long I will stick with this design though, it’s a 3mb download when you visit….

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- on 6 June, 2015 in Code,Xojo

It took four months, but a teeny bug finally surfaced. When you resize HTML Edit to smaller than 600px wide the toolbar becomes multi-line and takes over the editor space. I think it’s kind of funny that it went unnoticed until now! The version 1.3 fix is available immediately.

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- on 11 February, 2015 in Code,Xojo

Six days ago I opted to back up my computer to a remote location (AWS) and it’s finally done uploading. That means I am finally able to reboot into Windows and test the updates for HTML Edit and Answers. I’m excited to release them because they’re both very important updates. It’s the big Answers 1.1…

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- on 3 February, 2015 in Uncategorized

I’ve finally got my own private space for hosting! I had what I would consider a terrible breakup with HostGator. When I first started on the internet they were such a great place to host my website, but recently I had nothing but headaches. So I decided to move when I noticed their customer service…

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- on 26 January, 2015 in Code,Xojo

I’ve updated HTML Edit to fix a couple bugs and an oversight (I saw it and had a /facepalm moment.) Anyone who’s purchased already can use their existing unique personal download link to get the latest version. If you’ve downloaded the demo and are still playing with it, I would recommend grabbing the latest demo…

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- on 20 January, 2015 in Code,Xojo

Formatted rich text in Xojo isn’t exactly the easiest thing to convert into HTML, and going backwards is just as loopy (get it?) I’ve created an rich text editor control that you can use to get and set HTML. It’s pretty cool, there’s a lot of info on it’s own page. Really though, I made…

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- on 6 October, 2014 in Software Dev

I’ve made a very quick piece of software called ModTools.  It checks StopForumSpam for spam accounts, and bdea.cc for disposable email addresses.  The idea is to make the life of a forum moderator just slightly easier. It’s my first submission to the MacAppStore, but you can download it now on my Software page.

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- on 28 September, 2014 in Software Dev

So Answers has gained some interest and I’ve been updating it steadily.  I’ve been working on a larger update for the past week though.  You will be able to add media to your project, embed images, and create links.  Unfortunately this requires a little tweaking to the rendering engine, so it’s taken me a little bit longer to…

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- on 1 September, 2014 in Uncategorized

It’s finally finished!  I have just officially launched Answers 1.0 and I’m really happy.  I’ve been working on Answers for close to six months now, and it’s a wonderful feeling to finally be able to share it.  You should check it out too, it’s at nswrs.com (that’s Answers with no vowels :P) brb, obsessively checking the downloads counter.

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- on 28 August, 2014 in Code

I’ve decided to share some of my reusable Xojo modules with everyone.  They may not be fabulous or super extensive, but they’re useful, and I think they’ll save someone time.  You can check them out, and download them on my new Xojo page.  They’re free for you to download and use, if you really like them I wouldn’t…