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JohnFound



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OK, now we have a comment formatting preview feature.

Actually there are two of them Very Happy

If javascript is enabled, the preview is "as you type", web 2.0 style. Pretty fast, even on my slow GPRS modem. I thought it will be slower.

BTW, very funny to play with the avatar monster images in real time.

For revolution and other without javascript, there is a button "Preview" that will show the preview in special page.

Enjoy.

P.S. Ah, press Ctrl+F5 on the first load. Some old CSS artifacts are possible.
Post 19 Nov 2014, 09:49
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Enko



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Index of /

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all.css
all2.css

http://fresh.asm32.info/

thats why I see there right now.
Post 19 Nov 2014, 19:34
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JohnFound



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@Enko: The test site fresh.asm32.info was closed. Not the official Fresh IDE site: http://fresh.flatassembler.net has been updated with the new design.
Post 19 Nov 2014, 19:47
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Enko



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Oh Thanks!

I just watched the portability video xD
Nice selling trick^^

I do should say thats OS Portability. But whats happens if you like to run it on an ARM procesor?

That looked really impresive. Amazin job. And much better than you putting the source on a pendrive and then into your pocket. See? Portable xD
Post 19 Nov 2014, 21:29
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JohnFound



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The source in your pocket is not "portability", because the programs can't run in your pocket. It is actually network with huge bandwidth, but awful latency. Smile
Post 20 Nov 2014, 06:52
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system error



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Nice and very rare design John. Keep it up!
Post 20 Nov 2014, 22:54
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Picnic



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I do like it JohnFound, it has a personal style, and is original let alone the MiniMagAsm support makes the site extraordinary.

Decreasing the page size by 10% made the fonts text closer to my taste.

Comments formating went a bit messy in ie8.
http://postimg.org/image/a4v1qgikf/full/
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JohnFound



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@Picnic - Actually it was never tested with IE8. Although I think some features will not be possible in IE8 at all. But I will try to make it at least partially working.
Post 23 Nov 2014, 17:18
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Well, after some work, it is impossible to support IE lower than 9. The site uses CSS3 and IE8 and lower simply does not support these features.
Post 23 Nov 2014, 18:36
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Picnic



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Not a big issue, i never update my explorer browser anyway. It looks terrific on google chrome.
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Tomasz Grysztar
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I really like the "ASCII table" and "Comment formatting" side-notes. My first thought was: wow, this is so handy and nicely done, why is it the first time I see something like it? Smile
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Tomasz Grysztar wrote:
I really like the "ASCII table" and "Comment formatting" side-notes. My first thought was: wow, this is so handy and nicely done, why is it the first time I see something like it? Smile


Thanks. I still think what else cheat-sheet I can put there...

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