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Franko

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Now that I'm getting the hang of writing in HTML & CSS for creating the site, there are a few changes I'm going to make and would be grateful if members could let me know the following info about their browsers and screen size so that I can fit things into the "average" screen size to suit most... Smilie

Myself I'm using a ScreenSize of 1680 x 1050 pixels and use up just over 3 quarters of it when browsing and so everything on the site has been based around this size...

ScreenShot of my browser...


I know from the "google analytics" that no-one is viewing the site with a screen size of less than 1024 by XXX pixels, most are actually above this (1024 x XXX and upwards)...

What I would like to know is do you use the entire width of the screen for your browser or like me just part of it, as it will help me making changes to the skin/ layout to know this (just so I can be sure most folk can easily see & read everything)... Smilie

Cheers & Thank You... Drink


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Lord Spunky

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Franko I use 2560 x 1440 if I knew how to screen dump the iMac I would Wink and It looks lovely!



Desktop Generally Looks Like This:



That is as viewed on 27" iMac


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Main Two Systems:
Commodore Amiga 4000 - 3.1 ROM's / Workbench 3.1 / 2MB ChipRAM / Cyberstorm2 68040 @40MHz, 32MB FastRAM / Picasso MKIV / 4GB CF-IDE HDD / CD-ROM
Amiga Inc. Amiga 1200 - 3.1 ROM's / Workbench 3.1 / 2MB ChipRAM / 8MB FastRAM / 4GB CF-IDE HDD
Commodore
C-16 / C-Plus/4 / C-VIC20 x2 / C-64 / C-64C x2
Commodore Amiga
A500 x3 / A600 x4 / A1200 x3 / A1500 x2 / CD32 / CDTV
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Franko

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Cheers mate... I had been wondering just how other folk were viewing the site as it occurred to me not everyone would be using the same screen resolution as me... (that 27" iMac is a monster... drool.... ) Smilie

One of the good things about not having a missus anymore is I can have "good" pictures on my desktop without getting a skelp across the jaw and given the cold shoulder for 3 days... Wink

Here's the current one I made myself in the screenshot featuring the delicious Susan Wayland... Very Happy



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Lord Spunky

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Nice! Very nice!!!!


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J-Golden - Amiga is in my blood like a life long infection and I do not want the cure...

Main Two Systems:
Commodore Amiga 4000 - 3.1 ROM's / Workbench 3.1 / 2MB ChipRAM / Cyberstorm2 68040 @40MHz, 32MB FastRAM / Picasso MKIV / 4GB CF-IDE HDD / CD-ROM
Amiga Inc. Amiga 1200 - 3.1 ROM's / Workbench 3.1 / 2MB ChipRAM / 8MB FastRAM / 4GB CF-IDE HDD
Commodore
C-16 / C-Plus/4 / C-VIC20 x2 / C-64 / C-64C x2
Commodore Amiga
A500 x3 / A600 x4 / A1200 x3 / A1500 x2 / CD32 / CDTV
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Kesa

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I use a 24" monitor running at 1920 x 1080. I use the full screen too with no dockbars, taskbars or any other crap (everything is hidden) that hogs my much desired screen res.

What i would love to see is the ability to vote on individual posts.

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Franko

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Kesa wrote:What i would love to see is the ability to vote on individual posts.

You would say that wouldn't you... Mad As Hell

I've just spent the past 3 or 4 hours taking out all the HTML code for this site that allowed you to vote on individual posts & say "Thank you"... Surprised

Never seen the point in that "Thank You" thingy and the voting for individual posts just clutters up the reading of the actual posts themselves I think, so I aint putting it back now (cos I don't know how to and it sux)... Very Happy


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Lord Spunky

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Leave it out now Franko, ain't worth the bother, I say fuck 'em rofl

Er......Kesa, ya mean like +1 a post? Hmmm......


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J-Golden - Amiga is in my blood like a life long infection and I do not want the cure...

Main Two Systems:
Commodore Amiga 4000 - 3.1 ROM's / Workbench 3.1 / 2MB ChipRAM / Cyberstorm2 68040 @40MHz, 32MB FastRAM / Picasso MKIV / 4GB CF-IDE HDD / CD-ROM
Amiga Inc. Amiga 1200 - 3.1 ROM's / Workbench 3.1 / 2MB ChipRAM / 8MB FastRAM / 4GB CF-IDE HDD
Commodore
C-16 / C-Plus/4 / C-VIC20 x2 / C-64 / C-64C x2
Commodore Amiga
A500 x3 / A600 x4 / A1200 x3 / A1500 x2 / CD32 / CDTV
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Lord Spunky

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Franko you talking in the right thread or have I lost the plot! Pancakes


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J-Golden - Amiga is in my blood like a life long infection and I do not want the cure...

Main Two Systems:
Commodore Amiga 4000 - 3.1 ROM's / Workbench 3.1 / 2MB ChipRAM / Cyberstorm2 68040 @40MHz, 32MB FastRAM / Picasso MKIV / 4GB CF-IDE HDD / CD-ROM
Amiga Inc. Amiga 1200 - 3.1 ROM's / Workbench 3.1 / 2MB ChipRAM / 8MB FastRAM / 4GB CF-IDE HDD
Commodore
C-16 / C-Plus/4 / C-VIC20 x2 / C-64 / C-64C x2
Commodore Amiga
A500 x3 / A600 x4 / A1200 x3 / A1500 x2 / CD32 / CDTV
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Franko

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Lord Spunky wrote:Franko you talking in the right thread or have I lost the plot! Pancakes

Erm... think I've mucked up something here that was meant to be posted in the thread about OS4... Embarassed

Think I'd better check that HTML code I just changed about 15 minutes ago... CRAP


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Lord Spunky

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Drink Pleased it wasn't just me Crazy

Too many pages open again? Bah or Meh


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J-Golden - Amiga is in my blood like a life long infection and I do not want the cure...

Main Two Systems:
Commodore Amiga 4000 - 3.1 ROM's / Workbench 3.1 / 2MB ChipRAM / Cyberstorm2 68040 @40MHz, 32MB FastRAM / Picasso MKIV / 4GB CF-IDE HDD / CD-ROM
Amiga Inc. Amiga 1200 - 3.1 ROM's / Workbench 3.1 / 2MB ChipRAM / 8MB FastRAM / 4GB CF-IDE HDD
Commodore
C-16 / C-Plus/4 / C-VIC20 x2 / C-64 / C-64C x2
Commodore Amiga
A500 x3 / A600 x4 / A1200 x3 / A1500 x2 / CD32 / CDTV
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Kesa

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Lord Spunky wrote:Leave it out now Franko, ain't worth the bother, I say fuck 'em

Er......Kesa, ya mean like +1 a post? Hmmm......

Yep. An example of this can be seen on the dailymail online.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/football/article-2094557/Fan-handcuffs-goalpost-Everton-v-Manchester-City-match-Goodison-Park.html

If i remember correctly Franko didn't you request this very feature on Amiga.org? Twisted Evil

It doesn't clutter things up in any way, it doesn't Evil or Very Mad

BTW NatAmi is not 68K based it is FPGA based. Completely different. I would consider it a new platform altogether. They are also talking of using ARM in future designs as co-processors to speed it up by several hundred mhz

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Franko

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Cobblers... Sad

I think I've taken out the code that allowed me to move a post and now I've only got the option to split a thread... Crying or Very sad

Think I'd better re-read the stuff I've been learning about HTML... clown


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Lord Spunky

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Franko wrote:Cobblers... Sad

I think I've taken out the code that allowed me to move a post and now I've only got the option to split a thread... Crying or Very sad

Think I'd better re-read the stuff I've been learning about HTML... clown

CRAP This could take some time guys - suggest you go to the pub or bed.......

Can't you slip it back in?


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J-Golden - Amiga is in my blood like a life long infection and I do not want the cure...

Main Two Systems:
Commodore Amiga 4000 - 3.1 ROM's / Workbench 3.1 / 2MB ChipRAM / Cyberstorm2 68040 @40MHz, 32MB FastRAM / Picasso MKIV / 4GB CF-IDE HDD / CD-ROM
Amiga Inc. Amiga 1200 - 3.1 ROM's / Workbench 3.1 / 2MB ChipRAM / 8MB FastRAM / 4GB CF-IDE HDD
Commodore
C-16 / C-Plus/4 / C-VIC20 x2 / C-64 / C-64C x2
Commodore Amiga
A500 x3 / A600 x4 / A1200 x3 / A1500 x2 / CD32 / CDTV
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Lord Spunky

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Kesa wrote:
Lord Spunky wrote:Leave it out now Franko, ain't worth the bother, I say fuck 'em

Er......Kesa, ya mean like +1 a post? Hmmm......

Yep. An example of this can be seen on the dailymail online.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/football/article-2094557/Fan-handcuffs-goalpost-Everton-v-Manchester-City-match-Goodison-Park.html

If i remember correctly Franko didn't you request this very feature on Amiga.org? Twisted Evil

Hmmm yeah I guess, I think we should let Franko finish off the tweaks he is doing now and see how it goes?


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J-Golden - Amiga is in my blood like a life long infection and I do not want the cure...

Main Two Systems:
Commodore Amiga 4000 - 3.1 ROM's / Workbench 3.1 / 2MB ChipRAM / Cyberstorm2 68040 @40MHz, 32MB FastRAM / Picasso MKIV / 4GB CF-IDE HDD / CD-ROM
Amiga Inc. Amiga 1200 - 3.1 ROM's / Workbench 3.1 / 2MB ChipRAM / 8MB FastRAM / 4GB CF-IDE HDD
Commodore
C-16 / C-Plus/4 / C-VIC20 x2 / C-64 / C-64C x2
Commodore Amiga
A500 x3 / A600 x4 / A1200 x3 / A1500 x2 / CD32 / CDTV
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Franko

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Kesa wrote:If i remember correctly Franko didn't you request this very feature on Amiga.org? Twisted Evil

It doesn't clutter things up in any way, it doesn't Evil or Very Mad

Doubt it... and if I did I must've overdosed on me meds that day, don't like those "post vote" thingies... too messy... Puke

Kesa wrote:BTW NatAmi is not 68K based it is FPGA based. Completely different. I would consider it a new platform altogether. They are also talking of using ARM in future designs as co-processors to speed it up by several hundred mhz

Muppet... Very Happy

I may be on a FPGA but that doesn't mean the user would be coding for an FPGA chip, they would still be coding in 68K which it emulates. At the end of the day it's still going to be a 68K system to the user... Wink


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Kesa

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Lord Spunky wrote:
Franko wrote:Cobblers...

I think I've taken out the code that allowed me to move a post and now I've only got the option to split a thread...

Think I'd better re-read the stuff I've been learning about HTML... clown

This could take some time guys - suggest you go to the pub or bed.......

Can't you slip it back in?

Oh dear. I wasn't aware you went the other way... Embarassed

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Kesa

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I think this is the wrong attitude to have. I think you should be open
to new ideas in allowing Amiga programming to evolve. That's why i like
to think of it as a new platform altogether. FPGA allows users to
potentially push the Amiga in ways it has never been considered before
in that they could start programming for the FPGA and not simply aiming
at 68K Amigas.

PS not to be annoying but FPGA doesn't actually emulate anything.

http://www.amiga.org/forums/showthread.php?p=670329#post670329

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Franko

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Kesa wrote:I think this is the wrong attitude to have. I think you should be open
to new ideas in allowing Amiga programming to evolve.

WTF This thread is about some changes I was making to the site... Crazy

What you talking about !!!

Kesa wrote:That's why i like to think of it as a new platform altogether. FPGA allows users to potentially push the Amiga in ways it has never been considered before in that they could start programming for the FPGA and not simply aiming at 68K Amigas.

PS not to be annoying but FPGA doesn't actually emulate anything.

You were the one who said the NatAmi "isn't 68k", of course it is that why it has a 68xxxK CPU nailed to it, the FPGA side of it is just emulating the rest of the Amiga Hardware/ Custom chips... Wink

So it's for all intents and purposes to the end user a 68k machine, the end user wont be programming anything for the FPGA part of it (if they programme at all) they will be programming in 68K just like they would be doing on a real Amiga... Wink

The NatAmi would be the closest thing we would ever get to a real Amiga these days and the most important part of this is the fact that it will be 68k based and not PPC or anything else... Very Happy


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XDelusion

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So far I'm drawing a blank...

I'm sure we could add some tutorials and stuff to spice it up a bit, maybe get some whores up in this place, stuff like that. You know!


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