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Who wears short shorts?

Lenny
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Carl
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Post by Southpaw Slim » Tue Feb 01, 2005 10:56 pm

When are we going to get those pictures uploaded? I've been waiting for that for some time now. I mean, why aren't other people doing what I want?

BTW, I agree with Scott that the ball bouncing off the ground in the forum main pic looks rather pathetic. If we could get a rotating list of imgz for the main pic, (like the Ween forum) that'd fuggin rock.

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Post by gohlkus » Wed Feb 02, 2005 4:04 am

Pay me $100 and a rotating image is yours!

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Post by Southpaw Slim » Thu Feb 03, 2005 1:33 am

Actually, I'm learning about PHP right now and pretty soon I might be able to make it happen for free.

Also, I'm in the developing stages of creating a stat reference database. It will have input forms for scoresheets and can be sorted by name or stat category over a user-defined range of time. I'm just working out the logistics of array nesting.
I intended to write something to remind everybody of my superior prowess.

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Post by gohlkus » Thu Feb 03, 2005 2:24 am

Go Nick! Hey, when you figure out PHP, we should sit down and talk about it. It's something I really should have at least rudimentarily in my toolkit.

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Post by Baseball=Life » Fri Feb 04, 2005 2:24 pm

Southpaw Slim wrote:...

Also, I'm in the developing stages of creating a stat reference database. It will have input forms for scoresheets and can be sorted by name or stat category over a user-defined range of time. I'm just working out the logistics of array nesting.
Yeah, dude, totally, array nesting..... like I know what the fuck that is!
But, I follow what you're generally saying. That will be cool once you have that up and running! If it takes you longer than you thought, we could do like we have for Baseball Stars and just sort columns in Excel, while keeping the rows intact.

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Post by Southpaw Slim » Fri Mar 04, 2005 1:08 am

I've been writing some code for the DeFremery Stat Archive (DeFStAr). So far I have completed the login and "add player" pages, and am writing out the scoresheet input form. It's a lot more complicated than I had originally expected. Baseball stats can be somewhat complex. And so can the scripting language. :x
I intended to write something to remind everybody of my superior prowess.

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Post by gohlkus » Tue Mar 08, 2005 10:47 am

DeFStAr -- nice!

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Post by Southpaw Slim » Thu Mar 10, 2005 1:19 am

Thank you, thank you.
I intended to write something to remind everybody of my superior prowess.

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