Thomas thomasjoyce

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great. i will try those out. thanks again for the helpful tips :- ) luv the github community :- )

thomasjoyce commented on issue casperin/nod#93
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that's true. i wish they were a bit humble on their approach as well. :- ) sound to me perl will do what you need with some unix zshell script com…

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nice. ;-) thanks for the tips. actually Minimagick seems to work perfectly since the others ones i was using was hogging up memory on my server. a…

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i was wondering what do other folks do once the image files are uploaded to S3 directly, do you trigger some sort of process to crop and resize the…

thomasjoyce commented on issue casperin/nod#93
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Hi, Happy New Year! :- ) Just saw your response. yeah, Google Wave was interesting ...sad it wasn't use ...wish they would open source it for othe…

thomasjoyce commented on issue casperin/nod#93
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i just saw your response today, thanks again for your help. :- ) hmm, well you mean some open source work in general or some new idea to dorminate…

thomasjoyce commented on issue casperin/nod#93
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Oh i see what you are saying. Wow, man, thanks for the triggerEvents, i will try those out. Thanks again for your help and the quick response. :- …

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Submit button enabled only if one fields is being updated without any errors on more than 1 fields form validations
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"presence" does not validate the second try.
thomasjoyce commented on issue casperin/nod#92
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Gorm, thanks for the helpful tips. This most probably will help someone else who is using the contenteditable feature. I got another nod question w…

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"presence" does not validate the second try.
thomasjoyce commented on issue casperin/nod#91
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So when i tried using "presense" validation, the first time it trigger validation but the second time it does not. Any idea why is that? Example: h…

thomasjoyce commented on issue casperin/nod#91
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Hi Casperin :-p Thanks for the quick response ;-) Yeah, you right, i did not fire a change of event after the validation. Thanks for the guidance.

thomasjoyce commented on issue casperin/nod#91
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oh i meant the input tag is hidden [style="display:none;" ] and i want to validate it's value base on the contenteditable div input. Something lik…

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How do you validate hidden input values?