My humble script database
|Author||Topic: My humble script database|
Member # 5977
written Friday, March 10 2006 10:08
I made a page on my website on which you can find all my "custom" scripts. Go to my webpage (points at sig) and simply click at the mosty recent entry on the news ppage (located on the homepage). from there its all quite straight forward.
However, the script don't seem to simply download to your hard disk, but the browser open then as an html file. Now this is not such a drama, one can simply copy and paste, but how can I cure this ailment?
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Posts: 3029 | Registered: Saturday, June 18 2005 07:00
Member # 6670
written Saturday, March 11 2006 13:35
Hmmm... IE didn't like me right-clicking and saving, so I opened one. For some reason, your script is all on one line. Thus, if anyone else wants to use it, they have to manually make new lines (or risk the entire script being seen as a comment).
For simplicity, I recommend you zipping up the files (or whatever the Macs do). Or even easier, submit your scripts to a script database (I think there's a Lyceum based one).
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Posts: 1509 | Registered: Tuesday, January 10 2006 08:00
Member # 869
written Saturday, March 11 2006 15:27
That would be the Codex.
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