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Simple, but neat:

[me] Pixy Misa
[you] you
[you=du] du

[me] picks up the author of the current post or comment.  [you] gets your username if you're logged in, or the name you used on your most recent comment if it's still retained by the session code, or the text specified, or if all else fails, "you".

Posted by: Pixy Misa at 10:48 PM | Comments (16) | Add Comment | Trackbacks (Suck)
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1 All hail Zim!

Posted by: Zim at Thursday, March 29 2007 09:49 AM (kdEVa)

2 Hmm.  Tags no worky in recent comments section.

Posted by: Pixy Misa at Thursday, March 29 2007 09:52 AM (PiXy!)

3 Test comment changes...

Posted by: Pixy Misa at Thursday, March 29 2007 10:27 AM (PiXy!)

4 Did you get rid of the editing buttons?

Posted by: Steven Den Beste at Thursday, March 29 2007 12:07 PM (+rSRq)

5 No, I didn't.  Hmm. I'm still seeing them in Firefox and IE7.  Not in Opera though, which is a little odd.

Anyone else?

Posted by: Pixy Misa at Thursday, March 29 2007 12:22 PM (PiXy!)

6

It appears it was my fault. I have some rather rigorous filtration rules set up with Proxomitron to shut off various aspects of Javascript that are often abused, and one of them must have come into conflict with your editing stuff.

With Proxomitron disabled, the editing buttons are back.

By the way, I have to confess that I tried an experiment with my previous post. I wanted to see if you permitted me to put an "embed" statement in a comment, and it turns out that you didn't. Now that I'm using your full comment doohickey, I'm going to try it again and see what happens:

So the embed shows up on preview; let's see if it comes through after it's posted.

Posted by: Steven Den Beste at Thursday, March 29 2007 12:40 PM (+rSRq)

7 Ha! You're smarter than I am!

Posted by: Steven Den Beste at Thursday, March 29 2007 12:41 PM (+rSRq)

8 I have a full-bore SGML parser that unpacks comments, strips unwanted tags and attributes, balances unbalanced tags, and repacks everything.  It runs dynamically every time a page is generated, and accounts for up to 70% of the page generation time.

On the other hand, it works. smile

Posted by: Pixy Misa at Thursday, March 29 2007 01:02 PM (PiXy!)

9 Impressive Pixy.  Damned impressive

Posted by: me at Thursday, March 29 2007 01:42 PM (CglRh)

10 hmmm, did I forget the brackets?

Posted by: [me] at Thursday, March 29 2007 01:43 PM (CglRh)

11 Nope, that wasn't it... I'll learn this somehow and Steven is right, YOU are smarter 'n me!

Posted by: GM Roper at Thursday, March 29 2007 01:44 PM (CglRh)

12 You can only put it in the body of the comment, not in the name field.

Posted by: Pixy Misa at Thursday, March 29 2007 01:56 PM (PiXy!)

13 Okay my eyes are crossing.  I've been silly enough to volunteer to do some web stuff for a group I belong to.  I was simply going to help the webmaster... but as soon as I volunteered, he said "gee thanks now I can get out of this".  I've been looking at html and php for the last week...  I haven't done any dynamic coding before this - so I must say, I am very  very impressed with everything you've done.

Now to check out the taggies and see what happens...

Teresa
you


Posted by: Teresa at Thursday, March 29 2007 02:36 PM (gsbs5)

14

Day-UM, you would think I would have KNOWN that.

GM Roper

Posted by: GM Roper at Thursday, March 29 2007 04:20 PM (CglRh)

15 Pete Zaitcev has one question. What is the practical application of this feature? Pete Zaitcev also laments the lack of a "preview" button.

Posted by: Pete Zaitcev at Friday, March 30 2007 04:25 PM (9imyF)

16 OK. I see what's going on. It's a plot to get us talking in anime language. "Aoi would not mind to share the futon with Kaoru-sama". Cute.

Posted by: Pete Zaitcev at Friday, March 30 2007 04:27 PM (9imyF)

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