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comment Would approaching a distant star at near the speed of light unfold its entire history in "fast-forward"?
Thanks! but regarding the last 2 paragraphs: the star sees the spaceship's time running slowly because the spaceship almost catches up with its own light, but the spaceship has been traveling for over a million years (assuming the star is a million lightyears away), has it not? That's the part that gets me about relativity... why is the space between the spaceship and the star contracting? is it the gravity that the spaceship suddenly has at these high speeds which causes the space to contract?
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accepted Would approaching a distant star at near the speed of light unfold its entire history in "fast-forward"?
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asked Would approaching a distant star at near the speed of light unfold its entire history in "fast-forward"?
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accepted Time Dilation at zero velocity (and zero gravity)
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comment JQuery Validation use different divs for different input elements for errors, and multiple error classes
holy crap! now that was stupid of me :) thanks!
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accepted JQuery Validation use different divs for different input elements for errors, and multiple error classes
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comment JQuery Validation use different divs for different input elements for errors, and multiple error classes
I thought it should work, but notice that all of a sudden it strips the css style of the error block 'label.error' (no white text on a red background anymore).
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revised JQuery Validation use different divs for different input elements for errors, and multiple error classes
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comment JQuery Validation use different divs for different input elements for errors, and multiple error classes
You're right. Here are my edits: jsfiddle.net/txE5P/3
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comment JQuery Validation use different divs for different input elements for errors, and multiple error classes
Hey, thanks a bunch. That helped me figure something out :) I tried that approach earlier, but had some layout issues. I did some more digging around after seeing you suggest this same method, and I fixed some issues in my CSS and now the red bars appear correctly under the input fields. Still wondering about styling 2 different error classes if anyone knows how to do it. Thanks again.
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accepted XCode 4: Multiple Targets, Multiple Resources Folders with images of the same name to use with a shared Xib?
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revised Capture specific CALayer (and subviews) to a video file (or data) in Real Time
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