Getting some ‘
console is not defined‘ errors in Firefox 2 with Firebug 1.2.0? Don’t worry, as it turns out that’s by design. The trick is to issue a
One of the functions I use quite regularly when working with jQuery is
.attr(). Right now – at work – I’m fiddling around in Prototype, and noticed I kept on writing
.attr() which – quite evidently – doesn’t exist. Okay, I can use Prototype’s
.readAttribute() and .writeAttribute() but that’s quite a hassle: I want one function to set and get attributes, just as jQuery offers. Time to extend Prototype with some jQuery functionality 😉
Out of the box TinyMCE supports a nice set of events which you can trace via the
handle_event_callback Callback. Amongst a few you can externally hook onto the
keyup, etc. events. Very nice, yet I was missing one from the list of supported events: the
Colleague Johan asked whether someone could knock up a script which exports all text layers from a Photoshop document to a text file (viz. a PSD2TXT tool/script), enabling one to slice even faster than he already can. Last week I released the first version of the script (v 1.2), now it’s time for an update.
Update November 2008:
PS_BRAMUS.TextExport has been replaced by
PS_BRAMUS.TextConvert which does both import and export of text!
Colleague Johan asked whether someone could knock up a script which exports all text layers from a Photoshop document to a text file. Since I’ve scripted Photoshop before (heck, I even steered Photoshop from within C#) it was no biggie for me to knock up a simple script, which I dubbed