Caligo

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  1. Hey, thanks for the help! The article is indeed a good starting point. I'll also look into 'Assember,' as you say.
  2. Ok, I know this isn't really the place for it, but I thought perhaps (at least from what I know) that being VB is related to C/C++, someone here might know. I am looking to write a custom printer driver. For basics, I would say, like to control the part that holds the ink using the arrow keys on my keyboard. Is that even possible? Any information on how to go about creating a driver at all would be of great interest, and much appreciated.Thanks in advance.
  3. Thank you both for the help, much appreciated. I have since figured out how to all of what I was asking, but what you have said will help me improve it. I am working on some other things with it, and I will, I'm sure, have more questions in the near future.
  4. "Crimson Editor will be superceded by Emerald Editor. "
  5. http://w3schools.invisionzone.com/index.php?showtopic=760 - check out here, a topic solely on HTML editors.
  6. Ok, I have redone the whole thing without the use of .innerHTML, but I have some questions now.Which of the following is better to use? document.createElement('option'); new Option(); Next, I would like the "selectTwo" to have multiple options when a selection in "selectOne" is made, how do I do that? All I can seem to have is one option. Third, a question on my "if" statement. How can I cause "selectTwo" to be cleared of all options, instead of just the first option in the list? (currently I use x.remove(x) which only removes one option)HTML: <html><head><script language="Javascript" type="text/javascript" src="JavaScript/insertOption.js"></script></head><body><form><select id="selectOne"><option value="">Choices</option><option value="0">Apple</option><option value="1">Pear</option><option value="2">Banana</option><option value="3">Orange</option></select><select id="selectTwo"></select></form></body></html> JS: window.onload = initSubmit;function initSubmit() { document.getElementById("selectOne").selectedIndex = 0; document.getElementById("selectOne").onchange = insertOption;}function insertOption() { var selectedOneOpt = this.options[this.selectedIndex].value;/* var createOption = document.createElement('option'); */var createOption = new Option();var x = document.getElementById("selectTwo"); if (selectedOneOpt == "") { try { x.remove(x); } catch(ex) { x.remove(x); } } else if (selectedOneOpt == 0) { createOption.text = 'Option0'; try { x.remove(x); x.add(createOption,null); } catch(ex) { x.remove(x); x.add(createOption); } } else if (selectedOneOpt == 1) { createOption.text = 'Option1'; try { x.remove(x); x.add(createOption,null); } catch(ex) { x.remove(x); x.add(createOption); } } else if (selectedOneOpt == 2) { createOption.text = 'Option2'; try { x.remove(x); x.add(createOption,null); } catch(ex) { x.remove(x); x.add(createOption); } } else { createOption.text = 'Option3'; try { x.remove(x); x.add(createOption,null); } catch(ex) { x.remove(x); x.add(createOption); } }}
  7. I thank you, I shall look at it.I have since changed the code, but it still may be the same issue that is causing it not to work.HTML: <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Strict//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-strict.dtd"><html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml"><head><title>v8:ColdSteel</title><link rel="stylesheet" href="css/style.css" /><meta http-equiv="content-type" content="text/html; charset=iso-8859-1" /><script language="Javascript" type="text/javascript" src="JavaScript/js_testing3.js"></script></head><body><form action"#">Select a plan: <select id="selectOne"> <option value="">---</option> <option value="0">Option 1</option> <option value="1">Option 2</option> <option value="2">Option 3</option> </select> <select id="selectTwo"> <option value="">---</option> </select></form></body></html> java script: window.onload = initAll;function initAll() { document.getElementById("selectOne").selectedIndex = 0; document.getElementById("selectOne").onchange = populateSelectionList;}function populateSelectionList() { var selectedOptOne = this.options[this.selectedIndex].value; if (selectedOptOne = "") { document.getElementById("selectTwo").innerHTML = "<option value=''>---</option>"; } else-if (selectedOptOne = "0") { document.getElementById("selectTwo").innerHTML = "<option value='0'>Price a1</option><option value='0'>Price a2</option><option value='0'>Price a3</option>"; } else-if (selectedOptOne = "1") { document.getElementById("selectTwo").innerHTML = "<option value='0'>Price b1</option><option value='0'>Price b2</option><option value='0'>Price b3</option>"; } else (selectedOptOne = "2") { document.getElementById("selectTwo").innerHTML = "<option value='0'>Price b1</option><option value='0'>Price b2</option><option value='0'>Price b3</option>"; } return true;} I am still trying to accomplish the same thing, but since the first way wasn't working, I tried it a bit differently, which this one seems a little cleaner, I believe. Again, it may still be the same problem as before, but if you could offer any other advice, I'd be very grateful!
  8. The HTML document <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Strict//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-strict.dtd"><html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml"><head><title>v8:ColdSteel</title><meta http-equiv="content-type" content="text/html; charset=iso-8859-1" /><script language="Javascript" type="text/javascript" src="JavaScript/js_testing3.js"></script></head><body><form action"#"> <table> <tr> <td> Select a plan:</td> <td> <select id="selectOne"> <option value="">---</option> <option value="0">Option 1</option> <option value="1">Option 2</option> <option value="2">Option 3</option> </select> </td> <td> <select id="selectTwo"> </select> </td> </tr> <tr> <td> </td> </tr> </table></form></body></html> The js_testing3.js window.onload = initAll;function initAll() { document.getElementById("selectOne").selectedIndex = 0; document.getElementById("selectOne").onchange = priceDisplay;}/* Output what they select */function priceDisplay() { var selectedOptOne = this.options[this.selectedIndex].value; document.getElementById("selectTwo").innerHTML = populateSelectionList + selectedOptOne +(); return false;}/* Getting the selections */function populateSelectionList0() { document.getElementById("selectTwo").innerHTML = "<option value='0>Price a1</option><option value='0>Price a2</option><option value='0>Price a3</option>"; return true;}function populateSelectionList1() { document.getElementById("selectTwo").innerHTML = "<option value='0>Price b1</option><option value='0>Price b2</option><option value='0>Price b3</option>"; return true;} Ok, first, I know this is a big mess, but I'm trying to learn, which is why I'm here :)Second, what's going on. When the user makes a selection in the first <select> (document.getElementById("selectOne").onchange = priceDisplay;), then the options are populated inside the second <select> (document.getElementById("selectTwo").innerHTML = "whatever I want to put as options" based on the choice that was made in the first <select>. Right now, this script does not work, and I need, it seems, lots of help to get it to work.
  9. Yes, your assumptions were right. I'm sure there was a much better way to do what i did, also, but I am very new to JS, and am trying to figure stuff out. If i recall correctly, in the initPageTwo function, I simply needed "return true;" before the closing curly bracket.I changed the whole thing around, anyhow, and get everything works as I need to. Thank you for trying to help, though
  10. Hello, all. I am trying to figure out some things for my personal site, and I've run into a hopefully small block. I have the following HTML: <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Strict//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-strict.dtd"><html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml"><head><title>v8:ColdSteel</title><link rel="stylesheet" href="css/style.css" /><meta http-equiv="content-type" content="text/html; charset=iso-8859-1" /><script language="Javascript" type="text/javascript" src="page2.js"></script><style id="cssStyle"></style></head><body><div class="pic_select_images_inner"> <ul> <li><img src="images/thumb_terp_wood.gif" height="72px" width="72px" /></li> <li><img src="images/thumb_docos_poster.gif" height="72px" width="72px" /></li> <li><img src="images/thumb_aol_site.gif" height="72px" width="72px" /></li> <li><img src="images/thumb_rip_samurai.gif" height="72px" width="72px" /></li> <li><img src="images/thumb_paint_hand.gif" height="72px" width="72px" /></li> <li><img src="images/thumb_ae.gif" height="72px" width="72px" /></li> </ul></div> <div class="page_select"> < <span>1 </span><a href="" id="page2">2 </a><a href="#">3 </a><a href="#">4 </a><a href="#">5 </a> <a href="#">></a></div></body></html> and my page2.js looks like: window.onload = initAll;function initAll() { document.getElementById("page2").onclick = initPageTwo;}function initPageTwo() { document.getElementById("cssStyle").innerHTML = ".pic_select_images_inner ul {margin-left:-173px;)";} My question is how do I keep the page from reloading back to its original state when I click on the link (id="page2")? In otherwords, how do I keep the changes made by page2.js?
  11. Hey, thanks! I hadn't realized you could do it like that!
  12. Well, I can get the function to work, but only one part at a time. For instance, I can either get the image to to show up or I can get the button to show up, but not both. Nor can I get the button to actually work. So, really, it would be much more useful to have html and JS, etc in the new window, but I have no clue how to do that. I have tried to do that, but again, I don't know how. So, if you could show me an example or something, that would be great.
  13. Hey, guys. I'm getting myself into some JavaScript, nothing big, but I need help. I want to make it so i can click on an image (or link if the case may be) and a new window appears. Within the window I would like an image and a button to close the window. I have the code to do both, i have them both working separately, with the exception of I can't get the new window to close, but I do have a button there. I can get the button to work without creating a new window, so I know that code works. (I have looked around the w3schools site, that is how I learned to create the code, along with a book I have.)So I need:1) A new window2) An image in the window and3) A button in the window that closes the new window when clickedThanks for the help. Below is the code im working on. <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Strict//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-strict.dtd"><html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml"><head><title>JS Testing</title><meta http-equiv="content-type" content="text/html; charset=iso-8859-1" /></head><script type="text/javascript">window.onload = displayImgFull;function displayImgFull() { for (var i=0; i<document.links.length; i++) { if (document.links[i].className == "displayImg") { document.links[i].onclick = newWindow; } }}function newWindow() { var imgWindow = window.open("images/gallery/landscape_1.jpg", "img", "height=300, width=300") imgWindow.document.write(images/gallery/landscape_1.jpg + function closeWindow() { window.close()} + "<input type='button' value='close' onclick='closeWindow()' />") return false;}</script><body><a href="#" class="displayImg" ><img id="image" src="images/gallery/landscape_1.jpg" /></a></body></html>
  14. What are you trying to do? Like a link mouseover/hover?
  15. I'm sure adobe will appreciate it