After searching for some answers I’ve stumbled upon a link on IBM where they say that the problem is that some metadata became corrupted. The solution on [...]
After updating out WordPress installation and changing some fonts we’ve got some strange images instead of arrows on next/previous posts: (U+F430) and (U+F429).
These images are utf-8 characters in the Private Use Unicode subset.
In CSS these arrows are defined as ‘\f430′ and ‘\f429′:
So, if you see [...]
This plugin is designed to talk to an application written in C#, which takes large pictures and resizes them locally before uploading them to the host. This is to circumvent the memory limitations when resizing images on the host. However, that code is incomplete. This post will show how to get started with writing a [...]
We are trying everything we can to market our own website that sells textures. This is hard work. You need to remember not to spam people, but still spread information about your product. In this article, I’m going to list what we are exploring so far so you could get along and maybe advise me [...]
Today I was watching our project manager and my colleague programmer fixing a bug in a production code. Something like this.
“Windows” is a series of funny drawings on post-it notes from programmer’s life. The notes are posted on a windows screen.
Character set encoding in Visual Studio is not only important for representation of local character sets. It’s also an important factor that will let you compile different libraries together. If you are using many different libraries you must decide what character set your project should use.
In Visual Studio you can select different character sets. In [...]
We are in a constant process of making our products better. Later I was fixing layout of our texture site SF Textures and faced a problem where I needed to position a shopping cart over and to the right of the top menu.
Here’s the HTML code:
I have two div tags after [...]
Can’t find the right way to get a random number in the range of your choice?
If you are programming in C++ for a while, chances are you once got in a situation where you want to get some random number between two given ranges; you might have used old C-function rand() with [...]
There is a time during the usage of a container class (std::vector, std::list, etc.) in your program, when you want to know if some element is present in the container. For instance, you want to create a collection of numbers (let’s suppose you have stored them in std::vector) and you have some function [...]
We computer enthusiasts get to buy a lot more computer equipment and video games than any other people.
Sometimes our passion costs huge amounts of money. The last time I spent almost 2 thousand dollars on new hard drives for my pet-PC at home. My wife wasn’t really too thrilled about spending those amounts on hardware, so what [...]
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