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Cantarano: Let me explain something to you

Voller: Beware the travelling vaudeville villan, who don’t give a FLYING **** who ain’t not fellin em

Lightle: The way ddv sounds his name should be knobshiner

Stromberg: For a buck hed likely dance the jig

Muddaththir: Or do the truffle shuf

Deleonardis: Its how my son became a big man from a ddvoid

Gutierez: To name names a really big fan of Dan Akroyd

Nico: I do understand, seeing my own instagram would make my **** wither hard

Mayes: Was that reverse psyche?

Rebuck: Bright the beef like a trucker to fuddruckers

Konieczko: I have been set to make a ‘Design your own Blinds’ web application

Ventola: Something similar to

Bae: Does anyone know some good libraries/tools that I could use?

Zuberbuhler: I’m not sure what the best way to approach this problem would be

Buerstatte: Is the video built by!

Matczak: He video there, is the whole thing built by .net

Fladger: I don’t know, I didn’t make it

Raisor: I need to make something similar to it, I plan to use HTML5/JS

Guinyard: Except instead of Tshirts, I need blinds

League: I was thinking of using fabric.js for the interactive image manipulation part

Spevacek: Anyone have some experience in drawing on canvas ? I’m drawing custom path, but on intersections of path I’ve got white fill instead of black. I know it’s related to the fill rule winding rule but I need to always fill path to black even on intersections. Anyone have any solution for

Fara: Also, do you know if it works well for high-res images?

Mate: Qawap: For help, ask your question. Be patient. Code samples should be pasted in a paste service see !paste. Tell us 1 what you want to happen, 2 what is actually happening, and 3 any error messages you find see !describe and !debug.

Mate: Boogymanx: Show some code, but don’t paste it on the channel. For frontend code HTML/CSS/JS, you can provide a test case that we can run, so that we can help you: use , , or . For Node.js code, use sites like and .

Benhaim: Hi, I wonder what the best and easiest way to update a div every 30 sec is?

Gadway: Drae, I’m using Fabric for one project now, and It works well on mobile, maybe you will need to customize user controls for mobile. About high res images I dont know

Kurokawa: The div contains a twitter widget with a timeline that I want to alway show the latest tweets from

Lennon: Grimor: Ok, thanks. Will look into that

Lose: Hey guys, I have an issue with this script,54

Wike: I want to remove items from an array when a user unchecks a checkbox. I need the value from the checkbox to p*** on to the backend. The issue I’m having is that the index returned in the highlighted lines is always -1

Dudik: Grimor: This is actually what I have tried atm, am I on the right track?

Stcharles: Yes, there’s no more you need to add : One thing that can be useful if data will come async to stop timer for that while when data is updated

Sterger: What I mean to don’t send another request if first one don’t replied yet

Marsland: I’m getting no errors from the latest version of eslint. i was running v0.19.0 before.

Slemmer: If i run that older eslint, i get errors on some test js script. hoping to get the same with a newer one.

Turri: Tried: ./node_modules/eslint/bin/eslint.js toy.js

Byas: Grimor: Ok. But is it .reload that is correct to use? It doesn’t seem to update

Colpack: Inside setInterval you should put your code which fetch data and update div contents,