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- Posted on 2010.05.21 | No CommentsHere's how it works: The extension allows importing PDF files into OpenOffice Draw or OpenOffice Writer. It will even recognize text, which allows for editing or for copying the document's text format to add text boxes elsewhere that look like the rest of the document.
- Posted on 2009.04.05 | No CommentsAfter the Pow Wow, I missed my exit to Lansing so I drove up to Flint, where in a split second I decided to go see the thumb of Michigan. I drove to Bad Axe, where I met some elite hackers.
Bypassing Security Restrictions In Google Sites 2: The Goooooooooomonster and the Secret of the Magical iFramePosted on 2008.09.03 | 7 CommentsWhen people wanted to use their own programs along with the little program made by the blue Goooooooooomonster with red hair, they just had to use the magical iFrame. The iFrame spell was something like this....
- Posted on 2008.08.19 | 3 CommentsI came up with the basic URL parameters needed to create hyperlinks linking directly to specific forms in ServiceDesk.
- Posted on 2008.07.26 | No CommentsWelcome to the Quick Hack of the Day series, a collection of quick & dirty hacks meant for innocent pranks, authorized security testing, and other less benevolent but legal purposes.
- Posted on 2008.07.11 | 1 CommentIn this example, I demonstrate how to allow users to provide dynamic data filters for Jasper Reports using single words, wild cards, or CSV lists of values (LOV).
- Posted on 2008.06.10 | 1 CommentDuring my short time at Davenport University, I have only found a handful of challenging courses. Most of the time, I just sit in class wondering when the instructor will get to the nifty details. I sit there waiting, and waiting, and waiting.... And as you can guess, I'm still waiting.
- Posted on 2008.06.05 | No CommentsGoogle Sites currently has a very annoying restriction -- it will not let you include iframe, script or embed tags in your pages! After attempting different ways to overcome it, including faking links to actually include scripts when the page is expecting an image, I finally found one way that works. As it turns out, the solution, ironically, is also a Google service. ;)