Testing 123

Discussion in 'Testing Forum' started by Jaws10387, Aug 26, 2000.

  1. Jaws10387 Hiding

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    Testing fading text...
    Jaws10387
  2. Jaws10387 Hiding

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    Yay! It worked!
  3. Y The Alien Deity

    Anyone know the codes to go from light blue to green?
  4. Spiderman CPA Man in Tights, Dopey Administrative Assistant

    Check out Griffith_se's link to the color chart in DUke's thread "Help me".
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    testing ability to make a creature with dashes.....
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    What happened?!?!? It looked fine when i made it. Help!
  7. M-phoenix New CPA Member

    The reason, I believe, is that when you post a picture like that you have to have something take up each space.

    exp. hourglass
    \ /
    \ /
    / \
    / \

    see how it got all pushed up against the side? that is what happens when you do not fill up the spaces.

    exp2. hourglass

    \.../
    .\./
    ./.\
    /...\

    this is what results when you fill up each space (with periods in this example) and even then it doesn't look that great.
  8. Griffith_se Queen of the Sub-Optimal

    This is a non-mono spacing text editor. It can be really tricky. I either use blacked out periods, or a nul character i.e. &#160 

    Just take Your time and ttry not to get frustrated. :)
  9. Darsh Corrupt CPA Member

    By the way the code to change periods to black is {color="black}...{/color} just change the {} to []
  10. Ed Sullivan CPA Founder, Web Guy

    Just a little technicality - use   instead of &#160 :) Some older browsers don't add the ";"
  11. Ed Sullivan CPA Founder, Web Guy

    And out of curiosity, Griffith, how'd you get   to be interpreted? & is transferred to &, so you shouldn't. :)
  12. Griffith_se Queen of the Sub-Optimal

    Actually the ASCII code for Ampersand is &#038 :)

    If You have an ASCII character code chart look at &#160 Its not actually a space, its really more like an invisible Character.

    I not really sure if that was the question You where asking.


    [Edited by Griffith_se on August 30th, 2000 at 08:30 AM]
  13. Spiderman CPA Man in Tights, Dopey Administrative Assistant

    I'm looking at an ASCII code chart, isn't 128-255 all invisible characters? If so, is there any reason you chose 160? If not, why not?
  14. Multani Treetrunk Guy

  15. Griffith_se Queen of the Sub-Optimal

    Spiderman,
    160 is the only one, I think.

    000-030 not used
    128-129 not used
    141-144 not used
    157-158 not used
    256-299 not used
  16. Spiderman CPA Man in Tights, Dopey Administrative Assistant

    Are those numbers in decimal? 'Cause I thought it only goes up to 255 (FF in hex)...
  17. dw51688 The Mad Scientist

    THanks Griffith for clearing things up. Let me test smilies now!


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