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Filtering a Drupal 7 View based on multiple user profile fields

This is basically continued from the previous post Filtering a Drupal 7 View based on a user profile field, where a user called Juan asked a simple question: “How do I filter by multiple user profile fields, so that all … Continue reading

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Filtering a Drupal 7 View based on a user profile field

The exact question answered here is “How do I filter a View based on the value of a taxonomy term reference field in the current user’s profile?” This is covered in quite a few places on the web, but I … Continue reading

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Circlr – a jQuery plugin for arranging things in a circle

Here’s “Circlr”, a jQuery plugin that arranges html elements on a web page into a circle. It is used on the front page of my site. There are also a couple of usage examples included in the package. Enjoy! circlr1.zip

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Textwrangler: Open file from directory of current file

A small thing that’s been bugging me with TextWrangler and BBEdit is that the current directory in the Open File dialog doesn’t follow the directory of the current file. In other words: First I’ll open and edit a file somewhere … Continue reading

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Adding fields to Drupal 7 Apache SOLR

The question: How to make SOLR return more fields with the search results (using the apachesolr module), knowing that all the standard Drupal fields are added to the SOLR index? I found plenty of blog posts about how to do … Continue reading

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Installing Diaspora* on Debian 6.0 on a virtual server

I went ahead and tried installing my own server to run a pod for the distributed open source social network, Diaspora*. The installation went fine according to the instructions (Installing and running Diaspora) until the part where I say bundle … Continue reading

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PHP Chat server in 2.5Kb

I got fed up with not having a decent place to chat with random colleagues and such, who don’t always have access to the same servers and accounts as I do. A quick search on the web revealed no sensible … Continue reading

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SVN ignore a single file

And another thing that I need to do so rarely that I have to look it up every single time: How do you SVN ignore a single file? The obvious thing to do would be: # cd config # svn … Continue reading

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BBEdit / TextWrangler Open dialogue settings

Newer versions (since 9.6.1, it seems) of BBEdit and TextWrangler for Mac OS X have changed the way the Open File dialogue responds to pressing the Enter key. Pressing Enter on a highlighted directory used to open that directory in … Continue reading

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