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Netscape Communicator users please visit this site for a simple one step guide to setting your news server. If it helps some people, hurts no one, and the solution is in your hands- which is what @xzer appears to be asserting - then why stand in the way? When you say it's the browser's fault - the JSON/JSONP bug is the browser's fault too, yet we are still advised to prefix the string ")]}',\n" to every JSON string returned Step 3 – If your question has not been brought up, then please post a new topic.

Swader commented May 28, 2013 @jamm I need it on a page where the user can input an arbitrary amount of addresses and thus can summon a theoretically infinite amount of Please see the attached image for an example. This process should happen automatically when you setup your news server but don't be surprised if it takes awhile to load. e-oz commented Jun 17, 2013 I'm talking about auto-fill. read review

Just to follow up for those that are as slow as me with regard to ng. Choose which Newsgroups to subscribe to. shmuel613 commented Feb 20, 2013 Dave, I understand what you're saying, but Angular still needs to come up with an integrated solution.

In my submit handler, I update the value of each input with it's current value using $setViewValue: $( 'input[ng-model], select[ng-model]' ).each( function() { angular.element( this ).controller( 'ngModel' ).$setViewValue( $( this ).val() ThemeFusion does not provide support here. Whether you're curious about what's happening in the news or interested in finding a new recipe for dinner or need help training your puppy, there's a newsgroup out there for you. Using Newsgroups for Research: Before beginning your research using Usenet newsgroups, it's helpful to get some background on how to navigate through the vast world of Usenet.

AbbasModerator May 23, 2014 at 5:27 am #213406 Hey @myownsuperfund, Glad your issue was resolved. When Safari uses auto-complete to fill in the form, Angular seems to be unaware of the new characters that were entered by auto-complete. it would not even remotely benefit the vast majority of users. So far is working great.

Related to #1460 d428af7 78 items not shown View more jamesdaily added a commit to jamesdaily/angular.js that referenced this issue Jan 27, 2014 tbosch + jamesdaily which newsgroups to subscribe to please see the section below on Using Newsgroups for Research. I'm sure it'll be fine for some people though, good stuff either way.

for plain jQuery apps). In  text-mode in the visual editor ( not in Visual-mode, see the top-right tabs in the visual-editor ) Let us know how it goes and we're here to help with looking I found it from this issue: #1072 which also provides a temp fix. Contributor chrisirhc commented Nov 17, 2013 @gplancke 's watch function may never fire in IE where LastPass doesn't seem to be triggering any event in the browser.

I'll try and make a decent onsubmit hack. In your controller, check if the details exist in the model, if not use the raw form field values. Your cache administrator is webmaster. In fact one short cut you can use to access the newsgroups of your choice to type news: in place of http:// in the helm of your browser.

xzer commented Jul 7, 2014 @kumarharsh I agree with your opinion that angular js is designed for all browsers and all versions. I always got the following errors in concole: Error: $apply already in progress at Error () at beginPhase ( at Object.Scope.$apply ( at HTMLInputElement.listener ( at HTMLInputElement.jQuery.event.dispatch ( at HTMLInputElement.elemData.handle.eventHandle ( vipulsodha commented Jul 4, 2014 +1 kumarharsh commented Jul 5, 2014 @xzer Angularjs is a general-purpose library used by the whole world. Adding code which is known to only be for IE8 is not a very good idea in this regard, is it?

Reply: Instead of choosing to "post" to the entire newsgroup you can also directly reply to the sender of a particular message. On Thu, May 23, 2013 at 8:53 AM, Mark Shercliff [email protected]: YUI has a solution in its own framework - implementing its own event: — Reply to this email directly or As of this writing there are tens of thousands of newsgroups, covering subjects only limited by the human mind.

Also try not to use ALLCAPS unless you really want to emphasize a particular point.

Before you can actively contribute to any newsgroup however there are certain things to consider. Avada 5.0 Update! TLDR: it's a bug fix that supports a browser that a few million people still use so a lot of us still have to deal with. In addition to a fix for the issue, it would be great to have a sanctioned workaround for browsers that do not emit an event which is explicitly forwards-compatible.

edit : this plunk demonstrates the problem. Usenet newsgroups are divided into hierarchies. A Newsgroup: is defined as a place where people discuss a subject of common interest. Other than periodically checking the value in every field that might auto-complete, I bet this is on browser makers to fix, not Angular.

xzer commented Jul 1, 2014 I add the following row experimentally and it worked on IE 8! Netizens: An Anthology ( This web book offers a significant amount of information on the history and development of usenet newsgroups. just forcing read from the dom when some other model changes is an incorrect approach as it introduces inconsistency into the system. — Reply to this email directly or view it You can find out more about the history and development of Usenet Newsgroups by visiting these sites.

deckar01 referenced this issue in stellar/stellar-client Jul 16, 2014 Merged Allow angular to listen to autofill events #365 rutwick commented Aug 11, 2014 +1 for the issue. I am including jQuery, then angular. I haven't gotten to trying anything other than Firefox/Chrome--Chrome is being so annoying about this that I'm giving up for awhile and will try again later with a fresh set of However now, the error logs further down on line 12966...does this happen with anyone else?

It doesn't trigger the $setViewValue when the view value is already equal. Exactly, so it's ridiculous for AngularJS to assume that they do. HesabımAramaHaritalarYouTubePlayGmailDriveTakvimGoogle+ÇeviriFotoğraflarDaha fazlasıDokümanlarBloggerKişilerHangoutsGoogle'a ait daha da fazla uygulamaOturum açınGizli alanlarGrupları veya mesajları ara ERROR The requested URL could not be retrieved The following error was encountered while trying to retrieve the URL: However, it seems to cover all the bases.

This may happen immediately but will take longer if your newsgroup is moderated (if someone reads the messages before they are posted). I'm ready to pay for this. In such a case, it would be great to be able to call validation when the page is ready.


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