Developer at Novarad

I've been working on a 2D HTML5 game engine called Psykick2D.

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comment Canvas crashes Chrome browser
In short, reduce the size of your drawing areas. Rather than doing one large canvas, try breaking it in to 3 or so regions. Then you can unload the canvas which isn't visible when it's outside of the visible region and reduce the load on the GPU.
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comment JQuery linkage from HTML and CSS
What's going wrong? You need to describe the behavior and/or provide an error message.
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comment Node.js - emit vs function call
In general, events are for when multiple things need to know an even occurred. If only one part of your code needs to be alerted to something, a function call fits better.
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revised Need to add a class to a <tr> if answer is Yes
improved formatting
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answered add HTML ID via DOM javascript manpulation
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revised How to load a script using BHO in IE
corrected spelling, improved grammar
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comment How to load a script using BHO in IE
What have you tried? A quick Google search brought up this guide.
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revised How to change text color
improved english, title, and removed invalid tags
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revised On click set focus on a specific part in a textbox
improved formatting and summed up point of question
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revised Unexpected if/else results using booleans
removed noobie part of title
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comment concatenate a variable name with a number
I don't write any ASP but could you just place the matching images in an array and add them that way? So you would have something like ['checkmark.png','blue1.png',...] and apply that to the fields.
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comment Canvas crashes Chrome browser
It probably has to do with your graphics drivers and how much you have going on. I get some visual tearing but not a crash. For example, some people's browsers crash when running this jsperf and that seemed to be because of graphics drivers/cards.
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revised How to change dynamically a js function parameter that has json format?
improved formatting, capitalization and grammar
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comment Prevent default scroll to element for input
It's not exactly what you're asking but you could capture input on the document level then alter the value of your input element using those keystrokes. Not sure why you'd want to but it should work.
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answered JavaScript().Serializer() gets [object, object]
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revised JavaScript().Serializer() gets [object, object]
improved formatting and removed extraneous "Cheers"
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reviewed No Action Needed Error in calling the crystal report using Show() method in button click
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comment Canvas crashes Chrome browser
Setup a jsfiddle then because I could not recreate it in mine.
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comment Javascript for measure browser performance to turn animations on or off
Just be aware that performance.now might now be supported, especially if it's on an iPhone.
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revised Javascript for measure browser performance to turn animations on or off
expanded on how to test
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