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JimmyP says

Very good idea! I assume he’s got a custom email address just for TF then?

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JimmyP says

You can use ”.length” or ”.size()” ... not ”.length()”

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JimmyP says

Clever, you’re using an image! Good idea!

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JimmyP says

Linky? Code? ... Can’t really help without a glimpse at the code :)

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JimmyP says

It will typically take less than 24 hours. Weekends are different; sometimes I review on Sunday, but don’t depend on this.

The update queue is checked every day – again, typically you won’t have to wait anymore than 24 hours.

Note that sometimes it may take up to 48 hours to review an item (as Jeffrey mentioned).

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JimmyP says

I don’t think this’ll benefit either party. -1

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JimmyP says

That’s pretty much it; it’s just a testing environment. I’ve seen people do pretty fancy things with it on their home network (intranets etc.) but it’s mostly just for testing.

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JimmyP says

There are levels of “breaking” that are acceptable – if the content is still visible and accessible then it will probably get approved.

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JimmyP says

Sorry for the VERY late reply.

First, let me say that I was very new to the reviewing process when confronted with blabus’ file and yes I did indeed see and review his file.

Here are some of my reasonings for not approving his file:

The demo is very well styled and makes the component look fantastic but under the hood the JavaScript leaves a bit to be desired. Global variables, obtrusive event handling, obtrusive class-names, browser-sniffing (etc.) make it, in my eyes, unsuitable (quality-wise). You may not think so but the code is actually VERY important!

Additionally there is no non-JavaScript fallback; no scrollbars; nothing!

Also, It is available for free online:

The two components (mine and Blabus’) are only simiar in one way: the fact that they both are “scrollers” – other than that there is very little similarity between them; the techniques used are very different. And, I only started creation of my “handScroller” component YESTERDAY !

I’m not as shallow as some of your comments make me out to be. :)

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JimmyP says

People have an obsession with DIVs!

It’s not “Divs vs. tables”; it’s “semantic markup vs. tables”!

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