I am not sure if it’s a bug or something else, but it looks so strange that I am totally confused. Please see the image below, the title of the note #note_title has value 3333 as in Firebug, but it is shown 44444 in the webpage, and in the console, from jQuery, the value of […]
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I copy the code from Mike Bostock’s slides (using the newest version of d3.js) The graph can be viewed at: http://cistrome.org/~hanfei/d3/bad_arrow/c.html However, I found some strange behavior of the markers(arrows), which is ok in Safari but becomes wrong in Firefox. (See the screenshot below) In Safari: In Firefox(14.0.1 newest): Anyone knows how to solve it?
I need to make some sort of visualisation for while music is playing through a html5 player, I’ve been looking at the audio API and found that some parts work only on chrome, some only on firefox. I’m not that bothered about internet explorer but I need some kind of solution for the other two, […]
I’m attempting to simulate some keyboard keycodes (Alt + W) using initKeyEvent: evt = document.createEvent(“KeyboardEvent”); evt.initKeyEvent(“keypress”,true,true,window,0,true,0,0,?,?); body.dispatchEvent(evt); The problem is I can’t find the virtual key code value and Unicode character for w. The Firefox key events are documented here but I can’t make any sense of it. The initKeyEvent is specified here.
Yes, I’ve heard a million times that there is no reason to want to detect OS, but I’m getting different behaviors on both Firefox and Chrome between Windows XP and the exact same browser version on Windows 7. I’ve scoured the internet and turned up nothing that can do anything more than detect whether or […]