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12:00 AM
And... there we go, reset
12:10 AM
@rene meh, undownvoted
I just got this for the first time:
Is this a new feature?
I swear the SO close vote queue just dropped by 1,600 (12.6k -> 11k)
I know Laura proposed it in September, but don't know if it was implemented just now, or I was slow to hit it.
12:19 AM
^^ closed - thanks :)
... woah, one of my repos is trending on Github. :D
Ooh, multiple-choice ES question. They are not just for Math anymore. Earth science help!
@hichris123 ^
12:46 AM
@Doorknob Definitely not, if it's at the ""University" of Phoenix Stadium".
@Doorknob -1
@Fundamental I er... dealt with the question... ;)
@KevinBrown It did.
@hichris123 Weekly Roomba usually runs on Friday nights, iirc. Maybe because of the SQL upgrade they pushed it back to Sunday night.
Okay, highcharts is horrible with a ton of data points. Now you're making me contribute to an open source project!
oh wait... is it not open source?
12:53 AM
@hichris123 How many is "a ton"?
@Doorknob -1 you're still not watching the Super Bowl. And it's only a few hundred miles away!
@Fundamental er... 10k?
@hichris123 CanvasJS has a live demo with 100K data points.
Huh. Looks good but not as pretty. :(
@hichris123 I really don't care about watching complete strangers throw around an orange thing and sometimes hit each other and try to win at... uhh, not even sure what or why they're trying to win.
12:55 AM
Haha, can't believe I missed that one.
@Doorknob ... orange? Since when are footballs orange? And it's so much better when you focus on the ads.
@hichris123 Yeah, the TV is in viewing range so I am watching a few ads, but mostly not. :P
^ I have seen that one.
Is this the first time ever Randall repeated the caption verbatim?
12:57 AM
What caption?
@Fundamental I don't only watch for the ads.
Or title, whatever it's called. Both are named "Super Bowl"
And obviously I'm watching for the halftime show.
I mean, who doesn't love Katy Perry?
wait wait wait I'm using an old version of highcharts.
Argh why does gnome-terminal require an undocumented --disable-factory switch to NOT automatically detach from the terminal you call it fro- I mean, what? Oh yeah, hi, uhh, yeah, football and stuff
(^ essentially my conversations with my parents right now :P)
1:14 AM
Much better.
Pageload is down to ~700ms on my (slower) laptop: hichris.erwaysoftware.com/closegraph.php.
A: How to disable the scrolling on OSX Safari?

AstroCBUsing the post that grgarside linked to, I've written a Safari extension that adds a button to the context menu (right click) on every page, which allows you to "pause" scrolling, essentially locking the page in place. To unlock it, you can right click and choose "Resume Scrolling." You can do...

That was fun.
@hichris123 About 1.5s on my laptop. (note: this is a very crude measurement done by pressing the "start" button on my stopwatch and the "refresh" button on my browser at the same time, accuracy not guaranteed)
@Doorknob I was going based off of dev-tools.
516ms on my new computer.
413ms on subsequent loads.
@SmokeDetector fp
@Fundamental Registered question as false positive and added title to Bayesian doctype 'good'.
1:18 AM
1.32s on quite new PC. 99% on closegraph.php
@hichris123 847ms initial; ~600ms on reloads
> Highcharts error #15: www.highcharts.com/errors/15
@AndrewT. Huh. Probably since you're on the other side of the globe... the server is in Virginia, USA.
@AndrewT. Same error x41
@AndrewT. Yeah... I thought I fixed it but meh.
1:21 AM
@hichris123 true :p
@AndrewT. Obviously I need a cluster of servers now. ;)
Jaydles changed the Twitter cover to that old Community Team meeting photo where we identified the employees. Fits well. If only... someone... told him to fix the "Ameteur" in the description. I mean... Google it.
@Fundamental That's an unfortunate typo
1:40 AM
@hichris123 Who's that?
Katheryn Elizabeth "Katy" Hudson (born October 25, 1984), better known by her stage name Katy Perry, is an American singer and songwriter. She had limited exposure to secular music during her childhood and pursued a career in gospel music as a teenager. Perry signed with Red Hill Records, and released her debut studio album, Katy Hudson, in 2001. She moved to Los Angeles the following year to venture into secular music. After being dropped by The Island Def Jam Music Group and Columbia Records, she signed a deal with Capitol Records in April 2007. Perry rose to fame in 2008 with the release of...
@SmokeDetector fp
@Fundamental Registered question as false positive and added title to Bayesian doctype 'good'.
@bjb568 Obviously you don't listen to pop music enough.
2:08 AM
^ someone that doesn't watch superbowl nor remembered that was a thing
@hichris123 No, I don't listen to music designed specifically to be crap.
Dear Patriots, please stop being bad. Thanks.
@gunr2171 People who vigorously support things tend to be bad.
dem fight'n words
So I don't see patriots not being bad any time soon. Nationalism is awful.
2:21 AM
um, I'm talking about the New England Patriots, the football team
who are playing in the super bowl now, and losing
or, if you prefer, "hand-egg"
@Braiam Turns out --disable-factory is actually in the manpage and I somehow missed it. But still. :P
@bjb568 Oh come on, even I know who Katy Perry is.
… but I don't
@gunr2171 oh that's boring
boring? you don't like american football then
@bjb568 Some pop music is good. Most is horrible.
But I'm still subjected to it.
If it's called music, someone likes it
2:32 AM
My mkcast thing on Github got posted on Hacker News :O
And it's the top thing there!
@gunr2171 Not necessarily the music.
@Doorknob yay
3:00 AM
And... that was a great time for an interception by the Patriots.
teh what?
Wow. (watched the replay)
@rene devdoodle.net/dev/docs It's done now! :D
@bjb568 With generous 4 pixels of padding...
… on what?
3:07 AM
On the main text area, with the bullet list.
It's the same on every page.
@KevinBrown That was crazy.
The play before was better though.
I mean, it bounced off of his legs, his arms...
This is Chrome 41? 42? on Windows 10.
You're on windows, aren't you?
3:10 AM
ew... y u no prettify?
Prettify what?
@bjb568 Yeah, and so is most of the world.
@bjb568 Google Prettify == code highlighting
@hichris123 That's a feature request on github.
Why haven't you implement it?
3:11 AM
@bjb568 ... if you're trying to make something look ugly on a majority of computers... you're doing it wrong.
@bjb568 'cause I have real things to do. Also, I look at fixing Chrome & Android bugs first. Not DD.
Do I need to really set up a custom JS solution to special-case fix it?
rolls eyes
Why can't you fix Chrome to fallback to a full-unicode font?
eg deja-vu sans
Plot demo (in math section) is nice. But the plot would look much better using line (connecting i to i+1 dots) than with point. Also, it's upside down (because of the coordinate axis direction).
Yeah, the docs need editing. They were made by Noble Mushtak.
Noble Mushtak, Internet, Mexico
660 1 11
ooh here he is on SO
3:14 AM
Today will be remembered as the day of that one weird Super Bowl game, but more importantly, the day that my code got to the top of Hacker News. :P
and I fixed teh canvas doc bugs
goes afk
@bjb568 Why... in the world... would you ever do that?
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in body: babyliss curl perfect for an evening with friends by babylisscurl on drupal.stackexchange.com
@SmokeDetector tpu
@Fundamental Blacklisted user and registered question as true positive: added title to the Bayesian doctype 'bad'.
3:25 AM
@hichris123 because unicode...?
@Braiam You don't fallback to another font just because it doesn't have full-unicode support.
btw, everyone knows glances @Jan that chrome font support just sucks
@bjb568 Now I'm wondering how long you're going to be awake...
@Braiam hmm?
I'm using firefox ATM
@hichris123 actually, I would fallback if the font doesn't have the character needed (like all sane browsers do)
3:28 AM
Chromium ftw >:(
FireFox renders it correctly... and,
@Braiam Other browsers do this?
> This site does not support Microsoft Internet Explorer due to its lack of compatibility with web specifications.
@hichris123 system wide on OSX
@AndrewT. Yup, now in bright red.
3:29 AM
@bjb568 Yeah, I don't care about OS X stuff. DirectWrite is Windows only, IIRC, so Windows & Mac will have different behavior.
@hichris123 everyone can read bobince perfectly
@AndrewT. ... wow, seriously? Dropping IE support outright is possibly one of the worst ideas I've heard today
@hichris123 That doesn't mean you can't support unicode.
@Doorknob Thanks!
@bjb568 Oh wait, that's from DevDoodle?
3:30 AM
A: RegEx match open tags except XHTML self-contained tags

bobinceYou can't parse [X]HTML with regex. Because HTML can't be parsed by regex. Regex is not a tool that can be used to correctly parse HTML. As I have answered in HTML-and-regex questions here so many times before, the use of regex will not allow you to consume HTML. Regular expressions are a tool th...

@Braiam Oh yeah, I can read that...
@hichris123 huh? really?
@bjb568 oops :P But still, why would you do that?
IE sux.
IE 8 or something and lower will just totally err out on seeing XHTML. So I'm glad I don't have to make the err msg work for them.
Gill Sans MT apparently has support for those unicode glyphs.
3:33 AM
@bjb568 It's still got ~20% usage share worldwide.
I don't care.
@Doorknob And dropping slowly! :D
IE is perfectly fine as long as you remember to update it and don't need browser extensions..
@bjb568 Ok, well good luck getting 1/5 of people to use your site then.
@Doorknob The point is not logicality, it's simply to prove a point! In which the point will not change anything but that's logical!
3:34 AM
@3ventic wait! I was sure that IE is perfectly fine as long as you remember to download Firefox
@Doorknob I'll get 4/5!
Firefox, urgh
3:34 AM
I hate Firefox more than I hate IE.
slaps @3ventic around with a large trout
IE is perfectly fine if you don't mind ads on Youtube
IE has ~10% market share on W3Schools.
3:35 AM
W3Schools urgh
Wat? Github says I have 10 forks, but when I click the "view forks" button it shows nothing
HA! my message still works
0% of my website users are using IE
@Doorknob no commits
3:36 AM
@Doorknob They're fake forks
@hichris123 20% worldwide according to StatCounter: gs.statcounter.com
@KevinBrown not my target market
W3Schools is perfectly fine if... urgh.... you don't mind accuracy, terrible example formatting, public shame...
@KevinBrown DevDoodle is supposed to be for developers, so W3Schools provides a fairly good estimate of developers.
Q: Onclick=\"alert('hi');\" works, but onclick=\"function_name();\" does't work, ajax with javascript and php

dodoI have two files: inventory.php which has some javascript functions, one called (items) which looks like: function items(page,cat,order,column) { alert('hiiiiii');//testing msg var xhr = new getNewXmlHttpObj(); xhr.onreadystatechange = function() { if(xhr.readyState == 4) ...

3:36 AM
... why did 10 people make forks and then do nothing with them?
^ That may be the worst title I've ever seen.
btw @bjb568 get back to homework!
@Doorknob Why not?
Maybe local commits?
@hichris123 ... if a "developer" uses W3Schools, do they even qualify as a developer anymore?
... and this is why bjb gets nothing done.
3:37 AM
@AstroCB it's still better than "MY PHP DON"T WORK HALZ!"
(just joking, of course, but really, what kind of webdev doesn't avoid W3Schools like the plague?)
@Doorknob Yes, because you accidentally clicked the first link on Google. Or you just want to double-check syntax on a simple SQL query.
3:41 AM
How do both Firefox and Chrome get a worse score than IE in ECMAScript Language test262? ಠ_ಠ
@3ventic versions?
Firefox 37.0 Total tests ran: 11552 | Pass: 11337 | Fail: 215 | Failed to load: 0
Chrome 42.0.2288.6 Total tests ran: 11552 | Pass: 11536 | Fail: 16 | Failed to load: 0
Internet Explorer 11.0.9600.17498 Total tests ran: 11552 | Pass: 11544 | Fail: 8 | Failed to load: 0
Chrome 40.0.2214.94 Total tests ran: 11552 | Pass: 11538 | Fail: 14
I just had 8 failures on Chrome 39.0.2171.95
@AndrewT. huh
3:51 AM
Finished reading romeo and juliet.
@bjb568 now write an essay and a report about it
Ugh, I have to answer book questions, but don't have book. So will have to do it at skewl (i haz no study hallz :(… ) and turn in at end of day.
Ooh, we'll have vocab week: free points!
> Tests To run: 11552 | Total tests ran: 11552 | Pass: 11538 | Fail: 14 | Failed to load: 0
On 42.0.2288.6 dev-m (64-bit).
... @3ventic ^^
3:54 AM
Ha. We're programmers, we got this.
(vocab thingy for my school :P)
Sounds like elastic beanstalk.
@hichris123 same version o.O
> Chrome 39.0.2171.95 (Debian) | Total tests ran: 11552 | Pass: 11544 | Fail: 8 | Failed to load: 0
@3ventic That puts it on the same line as IE, though I wonder if there were regressions in the newer releases
@3ventic What OS?
4:01 AM
Windows 8.1 x64
Win 7 x64
Huh, that was on the technical preview for me. (Win 10)
I should try it on Win 7 tomorrow.
Win 10 looks pretty good so far
How do you like it?
I love it. Not really in love with the new update, but...
¡Me gusta más las galletas!
Huh, "El perro come tu tarea. Tú estás (alegre / enojada)."
4:35 AM
@bjb568 The dog eat (right now?) your homework?
that's given by the worksheet
strange that acabar de is on the same worksheet.
nerviosos many os
4:50 AM
Is everyone asleep? The hour old spam is also there.
Sigh… done.
Going to bed…
5:25 AM
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in body: Colon Cleaning Tricks by jold nesl on superuser.com
@Fundamental not anymore
5:45 AM
@SmokeDetector tpu (and long gone)
@Fundamental Blacklisted user and registered question as true positive: added title to the Bayesian doctype 'bad'.
Yeah, blacklisting an already-deleted user wasn't a good move.
Between a scam and a magic pill, I'd guess the former
5:52 AM
> Cleaning can be the basic in keeping a house clean and most people may choose some chemical cleaners when cleaning.
flagged for redundancy
So how the heck did the super bowl get predicted by EA Sports?
correctly even, right down to the finishing touchdown
They have seen the future...
Any relation between @CapDroid and @DroidDev? :)
5:55 AM
There's as much sock puppet potential between @CapDroid and @DroidDev as there is potential between me and @Bart
@Fundamental haha, they both were sitting beside each other :P
anyway...I am wondering who upvoted this. Stronly suspecting socket puppeting there.
other very bad questions from same user are also upvoted, but only by one person
6:11 AM
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in title: Herbal And Dietary Supplements For Weight Loss by Jesse Cupp on drupal.stackexchange.com
@SmokeDetector tpu
@Fundamental Blacklisted user and registered question as true positive: added title to the Bayesian doctype 'bad'.
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in title: How To Lose Weight Quickly by Olivia Ben on meta.stackexchange.com
@SmokeDetector tpu
@Fundamental Blacklisted user and registered question as true positive: added title to the Bayesian doctype 'bad'.
what's the heaviest part of the human body?
practicing my google skills here
6:19 AM
define "part of human body", how specific it is? (cellular vs organ)
@Fundamental he he. yes, he is my friend :P
your sock puppet or puppet master?
6:34 AM
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in title: Weight loss diet plan by Irma Peterson on meta.stackexchange.com
@SmokeDetector tpu
@bluet Blacklisted user and registered question as true positive: added title to the Bayesian doctype 'bad'.
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in body: So is it the Magic Pill? by shirleyfisher on drupal.stackexchange.com
@SmokeDetector tpu
6:36 AM
@Fundamental Blacklisted user and registered question as true positive: added title to the Bayesian doctype 'bad'.
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in body: How To Reduce Weight Fast by Donni Caap on superuser.com
@SmokeDetector tpu, I reported it some minutes ago.
@Fundamental Blacklisted user and registered question as true positive: added title to the Bayesian doctype 'bad'.
"reduce weight" should be a title keyword.
Is it possible for a VLQ or NAA flag to be marked "helpful," but the answer flagged remain undeleted?
@Shokhet It's possible, or at least I have experienced it
6:49 AM
I believe both have occurred recently to my flags, on the same site (same question, different answers).
> Task accumulates 6 RecommendDelete + Delete reviews. Outcome: mark flags "helpful". If the post scores > 0 then raise DisputedLowQuality mod flag, else just delete post -- review description
....also, I checked the revisions history for both answers, and neither were deleted/undeleted by anyone.
This happens often: reviewers vote to delete, but the answer has positive score or is accepted. The flag is marked helpful, the case is escalated to a mod, who may decide to keep the post. (Mod's decision does not affect the status of original flag.)
@Fundamental IOW, it's not very helpful to have a whole bunch of users w/o delete privs reviewing the VLQ queue.
@AndrewT. Same; I was wondering if it was a or a
6:52 AM
@Shokhet Well, in many cases they do succeed in deletion. If the answer is indeed low quality, why does it have >0 score?
@Fundamental Hm. Both answers flagged have negative scores, though.
@Shokhet Also, even if they had 20K, they still can't delete an answer with >0 score. Only mods can.
@Shokhet Can you point to examples?
@Fundamental Oh really? ....I didn't know that. I haven't been in that rep bracket, yet.
6:54 AM
@bummi the user mentions that he/she/it is the developer of it on "about me"
No disclosure
@Fundamental I flagged travel.stackexchange.com/a/42803/26164 as NAA, marked helpful. I flagged travel.stackexchange.com/a/42787/26164 as VLQ, marked helpful.
@bummi I'd say this is spam. The first one is borderline; no disclosure in the post.
I flagged both before, but I'm prepared to get it declined
always expect to fail thus-wise you not disappoint yourself
6:58 AM
A: Outlook emails retrieval

selinajodiI would like to suggest third party software to recover OST file from local network and recover emails them as PST file.

@Shokhet Ah, I can't see what happened in review, not enough rep there. My guess: flags were picked up by a mod, who marked them helpful but decided to keep the post. Mods often do that; they are even advised to mark flags that had some merit as helpful, even if they decide not to act upon it.
@Fundamental Oh, I didn't know that was a possible outcome for flags. Thanks for that info.
And I would like to suggest reading How to not be a spammer. — Fundamental 29 secs ago
flagged all as spam
7:02 AM
And this one is NAA.
Oh, other Travel SE question -- I always thought that mods can see deleted comments....is that correct?
How's Israel related to a question about skiing in Iran? — RoflcoptrException ♦ 10 hours ago
@Shokhet Yes, they can.
@RoflcoptrException huh, the comment I was replying to was deleted, but for some reason my reply wasn't, leaving my comment looking completely random... Sorry about that! — user568458 8 hours ago
@RoflcoptrException Mods can't see deleted comments? — Shokhet 1 hour ago
@Fundamental See evidence to the contrary ^^^
(first two comments flagged "obsolete" ;-)
... But only if they choose to click "show deleted comments". Otherwise not. If a mod isn't there looking for evidence of something, they will not see deleted comments.
@Fundamental They can see them, but only if they go looking for them? ....that makes sense -- if there are 30+ obsolete comments on a post, I wouldn't want to have to swim through them to see the undeleted comments.
Mods are regular users also.
In the sense that they want to see undeleted comments, w/o having to sift them out from many deleted ones.
7:08 AM
Yeah. I wish 10K users had such a thing for answers. (But at least, deleted answers are sorted to the bottom; comments are displayed chronologically).
@Fundamental There's a script for that....
(stolen from a different chat room)
....I actually don't use it, because (as yet) I don't have much use for it
AGF and edit out or flag: superuser.com/a/872541/172747 every post of him was/is containing mail or phone?
@bummi Hm. I'd go with "edit out"
7:27 AM
7:39 AM
Q: why did you choose a flight attendant?

Johnraynor UbanteI have to know it. I want to become a steward. Help me.

might as well to teach him
Avoid adding any signature/contact on your post since it's irrelevant and not adding any quality. Worse, you might be assumed as attempting to spam. — Andrew T. 34 secs ago
8:28 AM
"no porn or anything"?
@SmokeDetector fp
@JanDvorak Registered question as false positive and added title to Bayesian doctype 'good'.
@Patrick better cast spam flag on spam instead of casting a delete vote, this way it's registered properly as spam.
@ShadowWizard Okay. Thanks.
I did both btw.
8:36 AM
@bummi need to close the question?
@Patrick also, adding ":" after the name when @-replying prevents notification
(can use only dot or comma)
If you feel like it, please cast undelete vote stackoverflow.com/questions/27571848/…
heh, nice move @Patrick, guess I shouldn't assume things ;)
@ShadowWizard I always used it, so I had to try it :)
@ShadowWizard how about both?
8:49 AM
[ SmokeDetector ] Blacklisted website: Being gland the prostate is also a small pump by Minnie Weems on drupal.stackexchange.com
@JanDvorak Good question. :)
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in title, Phone number detected: ((मुठ:करनी)))>>Black Magic Specialist +91-8441977406 Molvi Ji by babajai on webapps.stackexchange.com
could someone take a look here: 3 "answers" by the sameuser I'm not able to sort it out stackoverflow.com/a/22229342/1699210
@JanDvorak if spam is deleted by three votes from 20k users it might not trigger the same alarms as 6 spam flags
@SmokeDetector tpu
8:54 AM
@AndrewT. Blacklisted user and registered question as true positive: added title to the Bayesian doctype 'bad'.
@SmokeDetector tpu
@PatrickHofman huh, looks like a bug. community auto-deleted a question with active bounty.
@AndrewT. Blacklisted user and registered question as true positive: added title to the Bayesian doctype 'bad'.
@ShadowWizard Fixed now, from here: meta.stackoverflow.com/questions/285128/…
@PatrickHofman no, it's not fixed. The bug still exists, will post proper bug report on MSE soon.
(the MSO question is specific to his question, not really fits as general bug report)

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