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“In an android web browser, if I have an autocomplete menu, and I click on one of the items, the click is registered on that item, but also seems to pass through to the elements behind it. For instance, a different text input was behind it, and became focused.”
“Yep, that bug sucks.” “The world may never know.”
 operator works! According to the ruby docs
“Bit Reference—Returns the nth bit in the binary representation of fix, where fix is the least significant bit.”
# 2:Fixnum in binary is 10, right? So… 2 = 0 2 = 1
a = 0b11001100101010 30.downto(0) do |n| print a[n] end
innotop is a ‘top’ clone for MySQL with more features and flexibility than similar tools. It’ll let you do all sorts of dangerous things to your database! Have fun!!
jQuery and the
resize event – If you trigger a
resize even on any object other than the window, it will not trigger the binding on that element. It will, however, trigger any
resize bindings you have on window.
Did you commit to git under the wrong author’s name and email? Use
--ammend --reset-author after committing, but before pushing (unless you want a pain in the tuchus)
mkdir foo cd foo git init touch README git config --global user.name "Santa Claus" git config --global user.email "email@example.com" git add . git commit -m "Commit from Santa Claus" git show # commit e5f4ebe6c689ddbf4ff595855fec544da5d8ce01 # Author: Santa Claus <firstname.lastname@example.org> # Oops! I'm not Santa Claus git config --global user.name "Easter Bunny" git config --global user.email "email@example.com" git commit --amend --reset-author git show # commit d523479d487d04388972bea872913ffda734ef89 # Author: Easter Bunny <firstname.lastname@example.org>