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  1. Hello Everyone! I am making HTML 5 exercices for children with the Google Chrome Browser & HTML 5 Speech Input. Now my problem is that the Speech Input misses a lot for example I said "Nine" and Google Chrome filled in "Ni**er" & I said "Cat" Chrome filled in "Pu**y". So I did research and I know it is possible with the Opera variant to define a set of limited words called "Grammar". Now we got to my question: "Is it possible to define a Grammar (set of words) with the HTML 5 Speech Input". A bonus question: "Do you know an example website with some fancy things that u can do with the Speech Input" Thanks to anyone who can help! Kind regards
  2. Hi All, How do we grab the day, mth and year values from the date input with html5? Thanks
  3. Hi all. I am starting a little blog at blogspot.. (any suggestions of who hosts better coding blogs?) Anyway, first up is an example I made detailing some of the caveats of getting started with html5 canvas. Unlike some of the 2nd-english givers out there, my english is good from morning ablutions on. I'm the Steve Carrel type who has a need to be praised. the address ishttp://programahead.blogspot.com the end result can be seen herehttp://respaceable.com/examplemove "usually the people you're worried about stealing your ideas, you should be shoving your ideas down their throats."
  4. Hi all. I am starting a little blog at blogspot.. (any suggestions of who hosts better coding blogs?) Anyway, first up is an example I made detailing some of the caveats of getting started with html5 canvas. Unlike some of the 2nd-english givers out there, my english is good from morning ablutions on. I'm the Steve Carrel type who has a need to be praised. the address ishttp://programahead.blogspot.com the end result can be seen herehttp://respaceable.com/examplemove "usually the people you're worried about stealing your ideas, you should be shoving your ideas down their throats."
  5. Go to http://calinmocanu.webs.com/the_canvas/ball.htm No, that's not my experiment but I want to double the number of balls for more fun.
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