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12.10.01

window.open("<?php echo $path ?>/b2bookmarklet.php","b2",
resizable=no,height=300,left=100,
top=150,status=no,scrollbars=no,
location=no,menubar=no,
toolbar=no");


OS X users can change the b2profile.php javascript to this in place of the 'window.open' code that is already there. This works in OmniWeb 4.05 as well.

[ Edited by michel: added linebreaks in the code so it wouldn't break the table (just concatenate everything if you copy this code), and the correct php tag... and users can't do that since no user has got that version of b2 yet : )  ]
ian @ 05:15:40 552
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michel - email - url
give me OmniWeb's user-agent string, and that of MacOS's IE 5 and it will display the right code. It all works on browser-detection.
12.10.01 @ 10:08:27 755

 

Ricardo - email
my b2profile.php page doesn't have any window.open javascript.
This is applicable to what version?
12.10.01 @ 14:55:55 955

 

michel - email - url
this is not in any released version yet. I have coded the bookmarklet page itself, and tweaked the login page to accomodate it, but since the javascript strings are different among different browsers I have to try to support as many browsers as possible (even though some may object I could just stick to IE5 Windows and do the finger sign to others...)
12.10.01 @ 16:46:08 032

 

Ricardo - email
Don't do the finger =) I do care a lot about this script, it's running on my OS X at home and it is my choice for my own weblog and my girlfriend's.
Ive tweaked it a bit to turn it into a photoweblog, the result it's not "pro" but it works =)

btw, you should change this "leave a comment" form because the name field is as a input value of http://
12.10.01 @ 17:44:16 072

 

michel v - email - url
uhm, I didn't see any field with http:// except the URL one... by the way the info is now taken from cookies, just so you don't have to re-type it each and everytime for a new comment : ) 
what's your blog's url ? I would be happy to see your modification of it, and to link to it : ) 

12.10.01 @ 19:19:40 138

 

Ricardo - email
Strange... welll, the first input field in this form has the following html code

The blog is not ready yet, right now it's only black times on white background. I'm working on it.
As for the the changes, i've done a slight change on QuickUploader script to upload an image, return the img src path and then I copy-paste it into the body of the post.
I'm still waiting for a b2 release with that "more.." link =) to finish my blog.
12.10.01 @ 21:55:56 247

 

Ricardo - email
Looks like the line of code was removed by b2. Here it is again:
input type="text" name="author" class="textarea" value="http://" size="20" tabindex="1"
12.10.01 @ 22:00:29 250

 

Trace - email - url
I see the http:// in the name field as well Michel - the url and email fields are both blank.
13.10.01 @ 00:39:33 360

 

michel v - email - url
ah, I've spotted the bug. while working with different versions of b2comments.php I accidentally mixed some lines, and the email and url weren't set by default anymore. Fixed now.
13.10.01 @ 02:27:48 435

 

Trace - email - url
I do like the cookies.
13.10.01 @ 07:53:45 662

 

efe - email
i just wanna make a "leave a comment" part for my web page. could be like this. anyone help please ?!!
06.08.04 @ 00:38:03 359

 

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