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12:07 AM
@herrbag Not much I can do to fix this one. Someone has to submit an answer, either the commenter, the OP, or perhaps someone like yourself. We don't have a convert "comment to answer" ability, only the reverse (answer to comment).
 
 
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12:23 PM
can i paint this door with a latex paint? the wife seams to think it needs to be spray painted...
it's not wood - its plastic or vinyl
sitting on the patio working and i noticed it could really use some paint, haha
whats up @TheEvilGreebo
 
12:42 PM
Hey all
i can't see the pic (stupid work blocking imgur I think)
interior or exterior door?
 
exterior
on the patio, under a roof but 2 walls open to weather
 
Exterior latex will be fine
brush or spray your choice
 
 
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2:51 PM
Apparently, if you get your garage really clean, you can park cars in it.
 
@ChrisCudmore that's a myth
(not that I have a garage to test said myth on)
 
i have a garage - haven't been able to park a car in it since we began remodeling, which is roughly as long as we've lived here...
 
I finished all the projects that need a staging area. Fit both cars in.
 
nice
 
One of them is a Mini, so I probably could have fit it in anyway.
 
2:57 PM
for the wife or you? from some of your facebook pics, you look kinda on the tall side
 
I'm 6'5" It's the wife's car
 
parking lot west was perfect btw - first parking spot when we got there (730 - doors opened at 745) - first one out, right onto the gardener
 
Great!
 
awesome event - i forgot how beautiful the sound of those engines are, though i can't imagine the locals like it that much haha - could of used a breeze, 10 hours in direct sunlight all day made me misserable by 6pm but dad loved it so thats all that matters
 
3:49 PM
^this book is really great reading
 
Except Braille and Morse are not "Language Systems" they're orthographies.
Or Writing systems.
In that they have no meaning outside the context of an existing language.
 
bib
4:25 PM
@ChrisCudmore Keep talking like that and they'll invite you over to the ELU site. Oh wait. You're not snarky enough.
 
I play there sometimes.
But they're a bit too formal for me.
 
4:50 PM
I'm still confused about this one
So the station got a 'tip' or something, then called the NTSB to verify, some intern at the NTSB confirmed it, and then the station put it on air
I'm not sure who exactly was pranking who
Someone called it into the station, and then some poor intern at the NTSB got a call that he thought was a prank so he (or she) said 'yeah, sure, whatever'
?
 
5:16 PM
@Aaron idiocy all around
 
5:36 PM
probably
 
mixed with a slight bit of racism...
 
NTSB reports are good reading sometimes
in re: the A320 ditching in the hudson:
The US Airways QRH contained an Evacuation checklist, which included the following procedures for the captain: select parking brake ON, turn engine master switches 1 and 2 to OFF, and initiate the evacuation command.
<........> The captain stated that he considered completing his part of the checklist but that he realized that the items would not help the situation.
 
@Aaron yeah....parking brake is gonna be real effective in the middle of a river :)
 
6:18 PM
programmers - need help!
 
perks up ears
 
i've been using a template system for a while now with php (savant3 for the template system)
this is allowing me to keep backend code separate from front end for the most part - and its cool
i need to get a php array into javascript
normally, i'd loop through and print the javascript with php
but i'm thinking, since i'm using the template and the page isn't rendered till i've done all my work in php - couldn't i build a json array in php which i know how to do, then when the html / javascript loads, read back that json array?
i need the drop down just above the 5 lines of text, to change the font family, color and line height of those 5 lines
an array is in order, so is javascript, but all that data comes from php
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A: Convert php array to Javascript

SpudleyI'm going to assume that the two arrays you've given for PHP and JS are not related, and they're just examples of how arrays look in the two languages. Clearly you're not going to be able to convert those sequences of letters and numbers into those city names. PHP provides a function to convert ...

thats basically what i was gonna do i think
 

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