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Writersplanner now has a 'quickfind' searchbox that is AJAX enabled. Whee! Of course, it works like a normal thing if javascript is not enabled, and none (or almost none) of the javascript is on the page (I should move the last bit off... it's at the bottom of the page, and really doesn't need to be, I believe) It has it when you're logged in, at least. No point in confusing folks with a search bar when they're just figuring out what the system is.

Noticed that the Firefox Firebug debugging console extension thingy has a 'ShowHttpXmlRequests' option. So freaking awesome!


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Apr. 25th, 2006 05:35 am (UTC)
Looking for more artwork to set as desktop wallpaper, I realized I could use my fellow friend and cool artist as source of images. I now have Phoenix Yang on the background.

Shweta + K = a talented duo. I can't seem to escape my old fondness for Shweta; it still lingers.

I was originally going to use the comic "Ron preferred to take snapshots of madness instead of making the descent" (paraphrasing), but it wasn't big enough to occupy space like I wanted.

Now I can browse your site for images in the future. You mind?

Someday I'll buy your artwork. Someday. In the meantime, good luck on selling it!
Apr. 25th, 2006 05:43 am (UTC)
Re: Wallpaper
Now I can browse your site for images in the future. You mind?

Not at all. And if you want something bigger, just holler. Do you need the image to fill the full screen, or is something centered cool? What resolution do you use?

I don't want to make fullres/printres things publicly available, but anything modern (other than the book covers) I do at a reasonable resolution.

Someday I'll buy your artwork. Someday. In the meantime, good luck on selling it!

I look forward to it, and thank you. I should try selling it more.
Apr. 25th, 2006 09:23 pm (UTC)
Re: Wallpaper
I'd like it to fill the whole screen -- the stuff that's center-size only I wind up using "stretch" to fill. On the office PC, I just stretched a digitally-enhanced stairs pic. I don't know what resolution it is; let me check.

I want to encourage you to work with arts outside of the computer, yet I like your digital enhanced images the most. They're less abstract, in my mind, than the oil paintings. I like and have used fairy glen, evil tree, the creepy rorschach skeleton fish thing (my favorite disturbing piece of yours yet), and now the stairs. I'd like to see more of those, yet don't want to chain you to a PC! (That could be a personal bias.)

Res is set to 1024 x 768, whatever that tells you. Can I get a large size of the faerie glen, evil tree, and the stairs?

I'm not much into your book covers, though I know they took a lot of work - -not my style at the moment. I don't own any art of yours anymore -- I'd probably buy an oil someday of what took my fancy. I used to have your Eye of Sauron and the Hand pic, but maybe I misremember. If I had them, they're long gone now.

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