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zq29 last won the day on November 10 2013

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  1. Could you change my name to Kris please. I can see this guy has that name already, but they have never posted with it, and haven't logged in since 01 February 2005, 09:37:28, 20 seconds after the account was created... Looks like this could have been a result of the migration to SMF back in the day.
  2. Other - Geany. Have been using it for the past year or two and does everything I need. I have heard people raving about vi(m) too. If nano is not available, I know how to use it on a (very) basic level for quick changes, I just haven't had the time to sit down and see what all of the fuss is about, because initially it appears to be so long winded to use...
  3. Oh really? I didn't notice that - I've integrated 3.0 for the first time on Friday into a new project but haven't actually tested it yet. This might be a deal breaker, unless the license fee is an unlimited use one, not a per-website one...
  4. This is how I work on files on my office machine from home, does the job.
  5. It is possible that you have short tags disabled in your php.ini - Replace the <? with <?php and try again.
  6. zq29

    date help

    Maybe you could post up what you have tried, and we can guide you as to where you're going wrong?
  7. I'm unsure as to what you want me to explain - It's a loop and two date/time functions. The loop starts on the start date, and ends on the end date. It adds a day on every iteration of the loop and echos the date at that point. Dates are converted to Unix time stamps, as it's easier to write the code.
  8. Alternatively.... http://uk.php.net/manual/en/function.date-default-timezone-set.php
  9. Not tested... for($i=strtotime($start); $i<=strtotime($end); $i+=86400) echo date("Y-m-d",$i)."<br />";
  10. I'm guessing you mean this thread? No, that's for IDEs - I'm sure there was a JS based WYSIWYG editor thread somewhere. Maybe it was behind closed doors...
  11. (F)CKEditor for me... I believe there is another thread somewhere around that discusses this topic.
  12. The costs aren't in the software we run, it's the hardware and bandwidth that it takes to support a site as busy as this one.
  13. I wouldn't know what to do with one of these things about 5 minutes after sitting at it. When I built my i7 box, the first thing I did was conduct a race between it, and my previous machine, to see how quickly it could merge a couple of Gigs of avi files. After being suitably impressed, I just got on with my coding...
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