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Tech Note: The LGF Pages Bookmarklet Source Code

A deep dive into a Javascript pool
29Eventual Carrion
1/03/16 8:47:45 pm
re: #6 Targetpractice They learned well from the Benghazi terrorists. Blend in with an ongoing protest and launch your armed terrorism under their cover.

It’s been a while since I posted the source code for our LGF Pages bookmarklet, and it’s actually undergone some major changes recently, so let’s remedy that omission right now, shall we? The biggest change: all of the code has been rewritten to use native Javascript, doing away with …

Tech Note: A Bookmarklet to Count Selected Characters and Words on a Web Page

Break it apart and count the pieces
4/01/14 10:07:47 am
re: #409 iossarian Corporations provide a certain amount of immunity for the owners/shareholders of the corporation. That's why corporations are a preferred form for a business. However, certain kinds of actions may be so egregious that you can go after ...

Tech Note: LGF Pages Bookmarklet Updated - Popup Blockers Sidestepped

No more need to turn off popup blocking
10/21/13 9:09:52 am
re: #234 lawhawk And if I remember my WWII history correctly, those 6 million(-ish) Jews that got exterminated during the Holocaust actually are less than half of the total of the "Untermensch" the Naz's disposed of by various means. I've ...

Tech Note: The Latest LGF Pages Bookmarklet, With Pop-Up Blocker Detection

Improved and new
239Blind Frog Belly White
5/27/13 8:34:27 am
re: #179 William Barnett-Lewis Didn't work with my wife. The first two years of our marriage she was teaching. The first year, there was one kid in her class with a particularly obnoxious set of parents, as in it was ...

Tech Note: LGF Pages Posting Bookmarklet Updated

Better support for Internet Explorer
8/17/11 5:30:56 pm
re: #759 000G And I'll say it again, too. I don't presume "love for their children". It leads to excuses and rationalizations for heinous behavior. Incorrect. "Eternal, never changing, absolute" are all your terms, so don't ascribe them to me ...