[rfk-dev] robotfindskitten 2.0 - New port of rfk to jQuery + hello to rfk-devs!
stars at MIT.EDU
Tue Sep 13 19:43:45 PDT 2011
Also, does the original rfk do anything to prevent landlocked NKIs?
On Tue, 13 Sep 2011, Star Simpson wrote:
> Thanks all! RFK 406 is finally possible here! (408, actually. teehee!)
> I ended up implementing the option to change the number of NKIs both as a
> url parameter, and as a prompt on the front page. e.g.:
> (Also hi Steve!! Did you also port an rfk?? We must catch up, off list -
> private email coming next.)
> On Mon, 12 Sep 2011, Steve Pomeroy wrote:
>> On 09/12/2011 03:08 PM, Star Simpson wrote:
>> (hi Star!)
>>>> Also, a way for the user to specify the number of NKIs would be nice.
>>> True :) - I'd been thinking about this. I want to avoid doing form
>>> avoided this until now.
>>> Can you imagine an elegant way that someone might indicate number of NKIs
>>> in the webpage?
>> By way of the URL in a query string. It doesn't need to be interpreted
>> by the server; apache will ignore it if serving static files and you can
>> read it using jquery upon load.
>> You could use a form to enter it.
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