Teleport/url text-2-link transformer (Wishlist)

Teleport/url text-2-link transformer // Wishlist

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fredrik and joakim stai

Mar 7, 1999, 7:27pm
Why not simply add a small piece of code (sounds so easy...) wich checks
if you write either a teleport or a url/mail address. Then it prints the
whole sentance you said to the dialog box, but makes the
url/teleport-part into a link. If the user press the link he/she will be
sent to that url/coordinate.

That shouldn't be too hard? I have to admit I got the idea from IRC, but
it is very useful! It will eliminate all those questions from tourists
saying like "what's a telepart?" and "how to i telega.. eh... port??"
(c;

Think about it, Roland... (c:
(...if you ever get to read this in your buzy life, that is)


-CyberTwins
(Fredrik Stai)

=?iso-8859-1?q?eep=b2?=

Mar 7, 1999, 11:50pm
Well, the URL part is already in The List™, but dunno if Roland considered the teleport-coords-to-clickable-teleport-within-chat-window-text part.

[View Quote] > Why not simply add a small piece of code (sounds so easy...) wich checks
> if you write either a teleport or a url/mail address. Then it prints the
> whole sentance you said to the dialog box, but makes the
> url/teleport-part into a link. If the user press the link he/she will be
> sent to that url/coordinate.
>
> That shouldn't be too hard? I have to admit I got the idea from IRC, but
> it is very useful! It will eliminate all those questions from tourists
> saying like "what's a telepart?" and "how to i telega.. eh... port??"
> (c;
>
> Think about it, Roland... (c:
> (...if you ever get to read this in your buzy life, that is)

fredrik and joakim stai

Mar 8, 1999, 4:11pm
Oh, ok (c:
Maybe I can ask Rolu to add it to The List(tm) in the same wish as the url-link one (c:

BTW
The List is the wishlist Rolu was running? (c:

-Fredrik Stai

[View Quote] > Well, the URL part is already in The List™, but dunno if Roland considered the teleport-coords-to-clickable-teleport-within-chat-window-text part.
>
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=?iso-8859-1?q?eep=b2?=

Mar 8, 1999, 5:40pm
[View Quote] > Oh, ok (c:
> Maybe I can ask Rolu to add it to The List(tm) in the same wish as the url-link one (c:
>
> BTW
> The List is the wishlist Rolu was running? (c:

No, The List™ is Roland's list.

andras sarkozy

Mar 8, 1999, 7:01pm
[View Quote] [View Quote] Right. Unfortunately THAT list is not public <damn - where is that bloody "tm" character?????> - sooooo Rolu made one accessible to everyone and he is updating it regularly (at least he promised to do that). That later one is not an official version but more like the REAL wishes :))

Andras
P.S. - ok Eep - my English sux but your Hungarian is even more!

fluxen

Mar 9, 1999, 6:47am
There's no (TM) in his list.

--
Dean-Christian Strik ("Fluxen") -- dean2 at bigfoot.com -- ICQ #11760568
"Real programmers like vending machine popcorn. Coders pop it in the =
microwave oven. Real programmers use the heat given off by the CPU. They =
can tell what job is running just by listening to the rate of popping."
"The best way to accelerate a Macintosh is at 9.8 m/s^2."

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rolu

Mar 9, 1999, 6:48am
[View Quote] Hey, I'm approaching the end of my final year in highschool :-)

>
>Andras
>P.S. - ok Eep - my English sux but your Hungarian is even more!
>
>
>

fluxen

Mar 9, 1999, 6:48am
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*does* even more ;-)

--
Dean-Christian Strik ("Fluxen") -- dean2 at bigfoot.com -- ICQ #11760568
"Real programmers like vending machine popcorn. Coders pop it in the =
microwave oven. Real programmers use the heat given off by the CPU. They =
can tell what job is running just by listening to the rate of popping."
"The best way to accelerate a Macintosh is at 9.8 m/s^2."

=?iso-8859-1?q?eep=b2?=

Mar 9, 1999, 5:45pm
Even more what, sucking? You're right, considering I don't even KNOW Hungarian and don't try to communicate with it, unlike you who try to communicate through English (which yours isn't that bad).

[View Quote] > P.S. - ok Eep - my English sux but your Hungarian is even more!

=?iso-8859-1?q?eep=b2?=

Mar 9, 1999, 9:46pm
But I STILL don't try to communicate in Hungarian, however...<blink>

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andras sarkozy

Mar 10, 1999, 5:32am
[View Quote] > Even more what, sucking? You're right, considering I don't even KNOW Hungarian and don't try to communicate with it, unlike you who try to communicate through English (which yours isn't that bad).
>

Thanks for the compliment.
BTW - I at least TRY to communicate on a language I did not born with <with more or less success>.
Andras

andras sarkozy

Mar 10, 1999, 5:34am
[View Quote] >
> *does* even more ;-)
>

Duly noted :)
Andras

rolu

Mar 10, 1999, 4:40pm
Mabye I should add (R)?

Rolu

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Dean-Christian Strik ("Fluxen") -- dean2 at bigfoot.com -- ICQ #11760568
"Real programmers like vending machine popcorn. Coders pop it in the
microwave oven. Real programmers use the heat given off by the CPU. They can
tell what job is running just by listening to the rate of popping."
"The best way to accelerate a Macintosh is at 9.8 m/s^2."

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grover

Mar 10, 1999, 7:47pm
Can anyone translate some Hungarian curses into English? I'm
told it's a great language to curse in :)

grover

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andras sarkozy

Mar 10, 1999, 8:13pm
[View Quote] > Can anyone translate some Hungarian curses into English? I'm
> told it's a great language to curse in :)
>
> grover
>

You bet it is! I could curse for half an hour without repeating any phrases!!!! Tho it is tough to translate (and I don't want the "Eject Bot" to learn them :o))
Andras

rjinswand

Mar 10, 1999, 10:14pm
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Wow no wonder there was never a Hungarian version of Captain Kangaroo.

Rjinswand

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rolu

Mar 11, 1999, 11:12am
If there's enough for half an hour, you can certainly give away two or three
curses?

Rolu

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grover

Mar 11, 1999, 7:40pm
go ahead! try 'em out on Eep; I dont' think anyone would notice
:-)

grover

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=?iso-8859-1?q?eep=b2?=

Mar 11, 1999, 8:53pm
Yea, not even me. Oops.

fluxen

Mar 11, 1999, 8:54pm
I'd sue you :)

--
Dean-Christian Strik ("Fluxen") -- dean2 at bigfoot.com -- ICQ #11760568
"Real programmers like vending machine popcorn. Coders pop it in the =
microwave oven. Real programmers use the heat given off by the CPU. They =
can tell what job is running just by listening to the rate of popping."
"The best way to accelerate a Macintosh is at 9.8 m/s^2."

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