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  • @Mal1024 said:

    @Veinor said:
    @ender said:
    @ender said:
    @LightningDragon said:
    @Control_Alt_Kaboom said:
    @fbjon said:
    @Control_Alt_Kaboom said:
    @Mal1024 said:
    @Daniel15 said:
    @foxyshadis said:

    ^ fail

    @GizmoC said:

    @luketheduke said:
    @Control_Alt_Kaboom said:
    @PSWorx said:
    @Control_Alt_Kaboom said:
    @Thief^ said:
    @Control_Alt_Kaboom said:
    @makomk said:
    @Mal1024 said:
    @Daniel15 said:
    @Veinor said:
    @Fred Foobar said:
    @Mal1024 said:
    @Veinor said:
    @BradleyS said:
    @PSWorx said:
    @Control_Alt_Kaboom said:
    @SomebodyElse said:
    @GettinSadda said:
    @Daniel15 said:
    @PSWorx said:
    @DigitalXeron said:
    @Daniel15 said:
    @Daniel15 said:
    @Thief^ said:
    @Amackera said:
    @Treeki said:

    @ender said:

    @PSWorx said:
    @XIU said:
    @PSWorx said:
    @Treeki said:
    @AI0867 said:
    @RaspenJho said:
    @newfweiler said:
    @operagost said:
    @Cratig said:
    @DaveK said:
    @XIU said:
    @Zecc said:
    @Thief^ said:
    @Nandurius said:
    @ammoQ said:
    @Daniel15 said:
    @Daniel15 said:
    @viraptor said:
    @Daniel15 said:
    @PsychoCoder said:
    @DaBookshah said:
    @tster said:
    @PsychoCoder said:
    @SamuelDr said:
    [quote user="joe.edwards@imaginuity.com"]@PsychoCoder said:
    @Veinor said:
    @alostpacket said:
    @Veinor said:
    @halcyon said:
    @PsychoCoder said:
    @Tatiano said:
    @Harsh said:
    @PSWorx said:
    @SamuelDr said:
    @PSWorx said:
    @Amackera said:
    @PSWorx said:
    @Amackera said:
    [quote user="joe.edwards@imaginuity.com"]The Infinite Cat Project
    Lolcats pales in comparison! s this
    Infinite quote project?
    Yup
    heh heh
    Thats what I get for not scrolling down far enough (disregard my previous post)
    How long until it blows up, I wonder?
    I dunno.
    soonish
    well, the innermost quote box will eventually need to shrink to zero size.
    Well at the rate we're going it's not going to take long hehe
    It feels cool to have my post at the center of all this.
    The reply page looks really strange
    Well thats because we have an InifnitePost Syndrome going on here
    Are we there yet?
    We have to be getting close by now, right?
    Nearly there, I guess. /me will throw a /me in just for fun (watch what happens when you quote it :P)
    Dunno - trying.
    The name after the / me changes to your name, rather than staying as mine (as it should - And does in SMF :))
    I think we've just about blown it up - The innermost quote box is all squashed on my 1280x800 screen ๐Ÿ˜›
    I wonder if I should do something about that - isn't it my duty as a moderator to stop such an abuse?
    Good thing I just got a wide screen monitor. Looks fine here.
    OMG it's gone mad.
    Come on! Stop it already!
    Good browser test ๐Ÿ˜›
    Reminds me of a Usenet Meow cascade!
    I'll join in as well for the fun of it, it's also a good test for CS - See if there is a limit on quote blocks! Scroll scroll scroll your bar, gently down the screen. Merrily merrily merrily merrily,...... erm... don't know how to finish it!
    Life is Paula Beans?
    Is this building to a punchline?
    I think it's building to a stack-overflow...
    I'd say it's broken already
    Join me on a scenic tour of The Quote Pyramid, housing ancient relics mentions of stuff like Lolcats and /me tests!
    Edgar the Eightball says: /me is stupid!
    Still working on 1920x1200
    Number of HTML tags this document consists of: 9320
    Scrolling down real quick gave me a headache -but typing this reply seems to cause even greater headache, since every time I press a key, the window either jumps up to the start of previous post, or back down to the editbox - really weird.
    Firefox messes up sometimes if I try to view the later posts in Page 1.

    edit: Blah! Lost the quote. Readded it in edit.

    The WTF'ery is strong with this one!

    As I said earlier (but it seems to have been lost from the quote tree) it works perfectly in IE7. In Firefox the inner divs are outside their parents and the text overflows the quote box it's supposed to be in, but in IE7 it's all fine.

    I can't believe IE7 wins at something.


    You're Winner!


    Interesting... The / me is broken
    I'll try it here: /me says that this is a test


    On Opera the post grows a horizontal scrollbar

    The / me thing is strange...


    Yeah, I noticed the scroll bar - I guess the whole post is inside a div with a style of "overflow: auto" (although I haven't checked this)
    And yeah, the /me thing is definitely strange... I'm not sure whether it's a bug, or a "feature" (don't process /me on posts with lots of quotes?)
    Oops! replied to the wrong one...

    I suspect that the code carefully avoids expanding /me in quoted text, but gets confused by huge quote depths and gives up!

    Ok, I'll join in. IE7 Grows a horizontal scroll bar as well. The only side effect seems to be putting text as one word per line on the innermost quotes.

    ย 

    What happen?

    Somebody set us up the quote.

    ย 

    How are you gentlemen?

    All your browser are belong to us.

    ย 

    ๐Ÿ˜›

    lol, that had to come.

    Current number of HTML tags: 5830 (reset by the page break) Come on people, we got to break 10000!

    By the way I get a blank screen on firefox once I scrolled down enough. The screen returns when I release the scroll button. Anyone else with that effect?

    ย 

    I get that, but I have to refresh the page before I get my screen back. And all of my innermost quotes are un-nested and off the right side of the page. I think Firefox really has lost this competition.

    I got the same here. Then again, the forum software is a WTF (as we all know), so that doesn't mean much.

    Ooh, can I spam too?

    Yes, indeed you can.

    You have no chance to render make your time.

    Take off every 'Div'.

    You know what you doing?

    Move 'Div'.

    For great W3C.


    I think it's using <blockquote>s for the quotes, not <div>s ๐Ÿ™‚ (I haven't checked, though).
    Anyways... This page is almost 400 KB, and there's 4535 validation errors :o
    It's using DIV and BLOCKQUOTE tags.

    Fun. In Konqueror, it displays (with a horizontal scrollbar, as it should), but the innermost quote blocks and text have overflowed out to the right of their parent. (I'm not sure if this should happen, but most likely Konqueror and Firefox are doing the standards-compliant thing and IE is subtly broken. It has been known to have some bugs in this area

    Result: Failed validation, 6147 errors
    I'm not sure how big the page is now, in terms of KB or HTML tags, but 'it's beginning to slow my browser down just a little bit.

    Firefox's page info reports that we've hit half a MB...

    ย 

    This is madness, Madness I tells you!!

    BTW: that composite image I mentioned further up the page: 1178 x 5479 (126 kb)... Abandon hope, all ye who load it. http://i163.photobucket.com/albums/t293/James_Penk/WTF_Composite.png

    11995 HTML tags! We got a breakthrough!

    Also kudos for that image. I have a new desktop background now...

    Your welcome.

    BTW: Did you rotate the image and have a stupidly wide monitor, or do you have a stupidly tall monitor and leave the image in it's original orientation?

    (I have a vision of a monitor so large it takes up an entire wall. ๐Ÿ™‚ )


    I'll add to it.

    Posting in a legendary thread.


    ^ win


    Win? Definitely ๐Ÿ™‚

    Big Rigs - You're Winner!
    (from Big Rigs: Over the Road Racing)

    The page is starting to F up my Linux laptop, keep going!

    This page is making my PC work overtime on rendering the page.. I know this because every time I click the link, my cooling fans scream into overdrive and I go deaf.

    Keep up the {good|bad|ugly} work.

    (Yes, I know I'm not funny, but I'm typing this at 0525H. and I haven't had a cuppa yet.)


    It stopped, finally!

    O RLY?


    It's long past broken on my computer (FF2 at 1280x800). Firebug won't show the innermost levels of this pile of replies, it gives up somewhere in the middle, just showing < </> instead of the tags that should be there.

    Opera's Developer Console doesn't give up, and except for about 5-second delay at startup, it works almost instantly...
    (DOM Snapshot doesn't seem to work though)

    FF2 is still going strong for me.
    ย 

    [/quote]

    ย http://rinkworks.com/stupid/cs_programming.shtml
    ย 

    [/quote]

    @That page said:


    /* This function is BOOL but actually returns TRUE,
    FALSE and -2 because I've no time to change it
    to int */

    ย 



  • @PSWorx said:

    @Mal1024 said:
    @Veinor said:
    @ender said:
    @ender said:
    @LightningDragon said:
    @Control_Alt_Kaboom said:
    @fbjon said:
    @Control_Alt_Kaboom said:
    @Mal1024 said:
    @Daniel15 said:
    @foxyshadis said:

    ^ fail

    @GizmoC said:

    @luketheduke said:
    @Control_Alt_Kaboom said:
    @PSWorx said:
    @Control_Alt_Kaboom said:
    @Thief^ said:
    @Control_Alt_Kaboom said:
    @makomk said:
    @Mal1024 said:
    @Daniel15 said:
    @Veinor said:
    @Fred Foobar said:
    @Mal1024 said:
    @Veinor said:
    @BradleyS said:
    @PSWorx said:
    @Control_Alt_Kaboom said:
    @SomebodyElse said:
    @GettinSadda said:
    @Daniel15 said:
    @PSWorx said:
    @DigitalXeron said:
    @Daniel15 said:
    @Daniel15 said:
    @Thief^ said:
    @Amackera said:
    @Treeki said:

    @ender said:

    @PSWorx said:
    @XIU said:
    @PSWorx said:
    @Treeki said:
    @AI0867 said:
    @RaspenJho said:
    @newfweiler said:
    @operagost said:
    @Cratig said:
    @DaveK said:
    @XIU said:
    @Zecc said:
    @Thief^ said:
    @Nandurius said:
    @ammoQ said:
    @Daniel15 said:
    @Daniel15 said:
    @viraptor said:
    @Daniel15 said:
    @PsychoCoder said:
    @DaBookshah said:
    @tster said:
    @PsychoCoder said:
    @SamuelDr said:
    [quote user="joe.edwards@imaginuity.com"]@PsychoCoder said:
    @Veinor said:
    @alostpacket said:
    @Veinor said:
    @halcyon said:
    @PsychoCoder said:
    @Tatiano said:
    @Harsh said:
    @PSWorx said:
    @SamuelDr said:
    @PSWorx said:
    @Amackera said:
    @PSWorx said:
    @Amackera said:
    [quote user="joe.edwards@imaginuity.com"]The Infinite Cat Project
    Lolcats pales in comparison! s this
    Infinite quote project?
    Yup
    heh heh
    Thats what I get for not scrolling down far enough (disregard my previous post)
    How long until it blows up, I wonder?
    I dunno.
    soonish
    well, the innermost quote box will eventually need to shrink to zero size.
    Well at the rate we're going it's not going to take long hehe
    It feels cool to have my post at the center of all this.
    The reply page looks really strange
    Well thats because we have an InifnitePost Syndrome going on here
    Are we there yet?
    We have to be getting close by now, right?
    Nearly there, I guess. /me will throw a /me in just for fun (watch what happens when you quote it :P)
    Dunno - trying.
    The name after the / me changes to your name, rather than staying as mine (as it should - And does in SMF :))
    I think we've just about blown it up - The innermost quote box is all squashed on my 1280x800 screen ๐Ÿ˜›
    I wonder if I should do something about that - isn't it my duty as a moderator to stop such an abuse?
    Good thing I just got a wide screen monitor. Looks fine here.
    OMG it's gone mad.
    Come on! Stop it already!
    Good browser test ๐Ÿ˜›
    Reminds me of a Usenet Meow cascade!
    I'll join in as well for the fun of it, it's also a good test for CS - See if there is a limit on quote blocks! Scroll scroll scroll your bar, gently down the screen. Merrily merrily merrily merrily,...... erm... don't know how to finish it!
    Life is Paula Beans?
    Is this building to a punchline?
    I think it's building to a stack-overflow...
    I'd say it's broken already
    Join me on a scenic tour of The Quote Pyramid, housing ancient relics mentions of stuff like Lolcats and /me tests!
    Edgar the Eightball says: /me is stupid!
    Still working on 1920x1200
    Number of HTML tags this document consists of: 9320
    Scrolling down real quick gave me a headache -but typing this reply seems to cause even greater headache, since every time I press a key, the window either jumps up to the start of previous post, or back down to the editbox - really weird.
    Firefox messes up sometimes if I try to view the later posts in Page 1.

    edit: Blah! Lost the quote. Readded it in edit.

    The WTF'ery is strong with this one!

    As I said earlier (but it seems to have been lost from the quote tree) it works perfectly in IE7. In Firefox the inner divs are outside their parents and the text overflows the quote box it's supposed to be in, but in IE7 it's all fine.

    I can't believe IE7 wins at something.


    You're Winner!


    Interesting... The / me is broken
    I'll try it here: /me says that this is a test


    On Opera the post grows a horizontal scrollbar

    The / me thing is strange...


    Yeah, I noticed the scroll bar - I guess the whole post is inside a div with a style of "overflow: auto" (although I haven't checked this)
    And yeah, the /me thing is definitely strange... I'm not sure whether it's a bug, or a "feature" (don't process /me on posts with lots of quotes?)
    Oops! replied to the wrong one...

    I suspect that the code carefully avoids expanding /me in quoted text, but gets confused by huge quote depths and gives up!

    Ok, I'll join in. IE7 Grows a horizontal scroll bar as well. The only side effect seems to be putting text as one word per line on the innermost quotes.

    ย 

    What happen?

    Somebody set us up the quote.

    ย 

    How are you gentlemen?

    All your browser are belong to us.

    ย 

    ๐Ÿ˜›

    lol, that had to come.

    Current number of HTML tags: 5830 (reset by the page break) Come on people, we got to break 10000!

    By the way I get a blank screen on firefox once I scrolled down enough. The screen returns when I release the scroll button. Anyone else with that effect?

    ย 

    I get that, but I have to refresh the page before I get my screen back. And all of my innermost quotes are un-nested and off the right side of the page. I think Firefox really has lost this competition.

    I got the same here. Then again, the forum software is a WTF (as we all know), so that doesn't mean much.

    Ooh, can I spam too?

    Yes, indeed you can.

    You have no chance to render make your time.

    Take off every 'Div'.

    You know what you doing?

    Move 'Div'.

    For great W3C.


    I think it's using <blockquote>s for the quotes, not <div>s ๐Ÿ™‚ (I haven't checked, though).
    Anyways... This page is almost 400 KB, and there's 4535 validation errors :o
    It's using DIV and BLOCKQUOTE tags.

    Fun. In Konqueror, it displays (with a horizontal scrollbar, as it should), but the innermost quote blocks and text have overflowed out to the right of their parent. (I'm not sure if this should happen, but most likely Konqueror and Firefox are doing the standards-compliant thing and IE is subtly broken. It has been known to have some bugs in this area

    Result: Failed validation, 6147 errors
    I'm not sure how big the page is now, in terms of KB or HTML tags, but 'it's beginning to slow my browser down just a little bit.

    Firefox's page info reports that we've hit half a MB...

    ย 

    This is madness, Madness I tells you!!

    BTW: that composite image I mentioned further up the page: 1178 x 5479 (126 kb)... Abandon hope, all ye who load it. http://i163.photobucket.com/albums/t293/James_Penk/WTF_Composite.png

    11995 HTML tags! We got a breakthrough!

    Also kudos for that image. I have a new desktop background now...

    Your welcome.

    BTW: Did you rotate the image and have a stupidly wide monitor, or do you have a stupidly tall monitor and leave the image in it's original orientation?

    (I have a vision of a monitor so large it takes up an *entire* wall. ๐Ÿ™‚ )


    I'll add to it.

    Posting in a legendary thread.


    ^ win


    Win? Definitely ๐Ÿ™‚

    Big Rigs - You're Winner!
    (from Big Rigs: Over the Road Racing)

    The page is starting to F up my Linux laptop, keep going!

    This page is making my PC work overtime on rendering the page.. I know this because every time I click the link, my cooling fans scream into overdrive and I go deaf.

    Keep up the {good|bad|ugly} work.

    (Yes, I know I'm not funny, but I'm typing this at 0525H. and I haven't had a cuppa yet.)


    It stopped, finally!

    O RLY?


    It's long past broken on my computer (FF2 at 1280x800). Firebug won't show the innermost levels of this pile of replies, it gives up somewhere in the middle, just showing < </> instead of the tags that should be there.

    Opera's Developer Console doesn't give up, and except for about 5-second delay at startup, it works almost instantly...
    (DOM Snapshot doesn't seem to work though)

    FF2 is still going strong for me.
    ย 

    ย http://rinkworks.com/stupid/cs_programming.shtml
    ย 

    [/quote]

    @That page said:


    /* This function is BOOL but actually returns TRUE,
    FALSE and -2 because I've no time to change it
    to int */

    ย 

    [/quote]

    ย Pffft... They should return File_Not_Found instead of -2



  • @rdrunner said:

    @PSWorx said:
    @Mal1024 said:
    @Veinor said:
    @ender said:
    @ender said:
    @LightningDragon said:
    @Control_Alt_Kaboom said:
    @fbjon said:
    @Control_Alt_Kaboom said:
    @Mal1024 said:
    @Daniel15 said:
    @foxyshadis said:

    ^ fail

    @GizmoC said:

    @luketheduke said:
    @Control_Alt_Kaboom said:
    @PSWorx said:
    @Control_Alt_Kaboom said:
    @Thief^ said:
    @Control_Alt_Kaboom said:
    @makomk said:
    @Mal1024 said:
    @Daniel15 said:
    @Veinor said:
    @Fred Foobar said:
    @Mal1024 said:
    @Veinor said:
    @BradleyS said:
    @PSWorx said:
    @Control_Alt_Kaboom said:
    @SomebodyElse said:
    @GettinSadda said:
    @Daniel15 said:
    @PSWorx said:
    @DigitalXeron said:
    @Daniel15 said:
    @Daniel15 said:
    @Thief^ said:
    @Amackera said:
    @Treeki said:

    @ender said:

    @PSWorx said:
    @XIU said:
    @PSWorx said:
    @Treeki said:
    @AI0867 said:
    @RaspenJho said:
    @newfweiler said:
    @operagost said:
    @Cratig said:
    @DaveK said:
    @XIU said:
    @Zecc said:
    @Thief^ said:
    @Nandurius said:
    @ammoQ said:
    @Daniel15 said:
    @Daniel15 said:
    @viraptor said:
    @Daniel15 said:
    @PsychoCoder said:
    @DaBookshah said:
    @tster said:
    @PsychoCoder said:
    @SamuelDr said:
    [quote user="joe.edwards@imaginuity.com"]@PsychoCoder said:
    @Veinor said:
    @alostpacket said:
    @Veinor said:
    @halcyon said:
    @PsychoCoder said:
    @Tatiano said:
    @Harsh said:
    @PSWorx said:
    @SamuelDr said:
    @PSWorx said:
    @Amackera said:
    @PSWorx said:
    @Amackera said:
    [quote user="joe.edwards@imaginuity.com"]The Infinite Cat Project
    Lolcats pales in comparison! s this
    Infinite quote project?
    Yup
    heh heh
    Thats what I get for not scrolling down far enough (disregard my previous post)
    How long until it blows up, I wonder?
    I dunno.
    soonish
    well, the innermost quote box will eventually need to shrink to zero size.
    Well at the rate we're going it's not going to take long hehe
    It feels cool to have my post at the center of all this.
    The reply page looks really strange
    Well thats because we have an InifnitePost Syndrome going on here
    Are we there yet?
    We have to be getting close by now, right?
    Nearly there, I guess. /me will throw a /me in just for fun (watch what happens when you quote it :P)
    Dunno - trying.
    The name after the / me changes to your name, rather than staying as mine (as it should - And does in SMF :))
    I think we've just about blown it up - The innermost quote box is all squashed on my 1280x800 screen ๐Ÿ˜›
    I wonder if I should do something about that - isn't it my duty as a moderator to stop such an abuse?
    Good thing I just got a wide screen monitor. Looks fine here.
    OMG it's gone mad.
    Come on! Stop it already!
    Good browser test ๐Ÿ˜›
    Reminds me of a Usenet Meow cascade!
    I'll join in as well for the fun of it, it's also a good test for CS - See if there is a limit on quote blocks! Scroll scroll scroll your bar, gently down the screen. Merrily merrily merrily merrily,...... erm... don't know how to finish it!
    Life is Paula Beans?
    Is this building to a punchline?
    I think it's building to a stack-overflow...
    I'd say it's broken already
    Join me on a scenic tour of The Quote Pyramid, housing ancient relics mentions of stuff like Lolcats and /me tests!
    Edgar the Eightball says: /me is stupid!
    Still working on 1920x1200
    Number of HTML tags this document consists of: 9320
    Scrolling down real quick gave me a headache -but typing this reply seems to cause even greater headache, since every time I press a key, the window either jumps up to the start of previous post, or back down to the editbox - really weird.
    Firefox messes up sometimes if I try to view the later posts in Page 1.

    edit: Blah! Lost the quote. Readded it in edit.

    The WTF'ery is strong with this one!

    As I said earlier (but it seems to have been lost from the quote tree) it works perfectly in IE7. In Firefox the inner divs are outside their parents and the text overflows the quote box it's supposed to be in, but in IE7 it's all fine.

    I can't believe IE7 wins at something.


    You're Winner!


    Interesting... The / me is broken
    I'll try it here: /me says that this is a test


    On Opera the post grows a horizontal scrollbar

    The / me thing is strange...


    Yeah, I noticed the scroll bar - I guess the whole post is inside a div with a style of "overflow: auto" (although I haven't checked this)
    And yeah, the /me thing is definitely strange... I'm not sure whether it's a bug, or a "feature" (don't process /me on posts with lots of quotes?)
    Oops! replied to the wrong one...

    I suspect that the code carefully avoids expanding /me in quoted text, but gets confused by huge quote depths and gives up!

    Ok, I'll join in. IE7 Grows a horizontal scroll bar as well. The only side effect seems to be putting text as one word per line on the innermost quotes.

    ย 

    What happen?

    Somebody set us up the quote.

    ย 

    How are you gentlemen?

    All your browser are belong to us.

    ย 

    ๐Ÿ˜›

    lol, that had to come.

    Current number of HTML tags: 5830 (reset by the page break) Come on people, we got to break 10000!

    By the way I get a blank screen on firefox once I scrolled down enough. The screen returns when I release the scroll button. Anyone else with that effect?

    ย 

    I get that, but I have to refresh the page before I get my screen back. And all of my innermost quotes are un-nested and off the right side of the page. I think Firefox really has lost this competition.

    I got the same here. Then again, the forum software is a WTF (as we all know), so that doesn't mean much.

    Ooh, can I spam too?

    Yes, indeed you can.

    You have no chance to render make your time.

    Take off every 'Div'.

    You know what you doing?

    Move 'Div'.

    For great W3C.


    I think it's using <blockquote>s for the quotes, not <div>s ๐Ÿ™‚ (I haven't checked, though).
    Anyways... This page is almost 400 KB, and there's 4535 validation errors :o
    It's using DIV and BLOCKQUOTE tags.

    Fun. In Konqueror, it displays (with a horizontal scrollbar, as it should), but the innermost quote blocks and text have overflowed out to the right of their parent. (I'm not sure if this should happen, but most likely Konqueror and Firefox are doing the standards-compliant thing and IE is subtly broken. It has been known to have some bugs in this area

    Result: Failed validation, 6147 errors
    I'm not sure how big the page is now, in terms of KB or HTML tags, but 'it's beginning to slow my browser down just a little bit.

    Firefox's page info reports that we've hit half a MB...

    ย 

    This is madness, Madness I tells you!!

    BTW: that composite image I mentioned further up the page: 1178 x 5479 (126 kb)... Abandon hope, all ye who load it. http://i163.photobucket.com/albums/t293/James_Penk/WTF_Composite.png

    11995 HTML tags! We got a breakthrough!

    Also kudos for that image. I have a new desktop background now...

    Your welcome.

    BTW: Did you rotate the image and have a stupidly wide monitor, or do you have a stupidly tall monitor and leave the image in it's original orientation?

    (I have a vision of a monitor so large it takes up an *entire* wall. ๐Ÿ™‚ )


    I'll add to it.

    Posting in a legendary thread.


    ^ win


    Win? Definitely ๐Ÿ™‚

    Big Rigs - You're Winner!
    (from Big Rigs: Over the Road Racing)

    The page is starting to F up my Linux laptop, keep going!

    This page is making my PC work overtime on rendering the page.. I know this because every time I click the link, my cooling fans scream into overdrive and I go deaf.

    Keep up the {good|bad|ugly} work.

    (Yes, I know I'm not funny, but I'm typing this at 0525H. and I haven't had a cuppa yet.)


    It stopped, finally!

    O RLY?


    It's long past broken on my computer (FF2 at 1280x800). Firebug won't show the innermost levels of this pile of replies, it gives up somewhere in the middle, just showing < </> instead of the tags that should be there.

    Opera's Developer Console doesn't give up, and except for about 5-second delay at startup, it works almost instantly...
    (DOM Snapshot doesn't seem to work though)

    FF2 is still going strong for me.
    ย 

    ย http://rinkworks.com/stupid/cs_programming.shtml
    ย 

    @That page said:


    /* This function is BOOL but actually returns TRUE,
    FALSE and -2 because I've no time to change it
    to int */

    ย 

    [/quote]

    ย Pffft... They should return File_Not_Found instead of -2

    [/quote]

    I believe we finally know the numeric value of FILE_NOT_FOUNDย 



  • @PSWorx said:

    @rdrunner said:
    @PSWorx said:
    @Mal1024 said:
    @Veinor said:
    @ender said:
    @ender said:
    @LightningDragon said:
    @Control_Alt_Kaboom said:
    @fbjon said:
    @Control_Alt_Kaboom said:
    @Mal1024 said:
    @Daniel15 said:
    @foxyshadis said:

    ^ fail

    @GizmoC said:

    @luketheduke said:
    @Control_Alt_Kaboom said:
    @PSWorx said:
    @Control_Alt_Kaboom said:
    @Thief^ said:
    @Control_Alt_Kaboom said:
    @makomk said:
    @Mal1024 said:
    @Daniel15 said:
    @Veinor said:
    @Fred Foobar said:
    @Mal1024 said:
    @Veinor said:
    @BradleyS said:
    @PSWorx said:
    @Control_Alt_Kaboom said:
    @SomebodyElse said:
    @GettinSadda said:
    @Daniel15 said:
    @PSWorx said:
    @DigitalXeron said:
    @Daniel15 said:
    @Daniel15 said:
    @Thief^ said:
    @Amackera said:
    @Treeki said:

    @ender said:

    @PSWorx said:
    @XIU said:
    @PSWorx said:
    @Treeki said:
    @AI0867 said:
    @RaspenJho said:
    @newfweiler said:
    @operagost said:
    @Cratig said:
    @DaveK said:
    @XIU said:
    @Zecc said:
    @Thief^ said:
    @Nandurius said:
    @ammoQ said:
    @Daniel15 said:
    @Daniel15 said:
    @viraptor said:
    @Daniel15 said:
    @PsychoCoder said:
    @DaBookshah said:
    @tster said:
    @PsychoCoder said:
    @SamuelDr said:
    [quote user="joe.edwards@imaginuity.com"]@PsychoCoder said:
    @Veinor said:
    @alostpacket said:
    @Veinor said:
    @halcyon said:
    @PsychoCoder said:
    @Tatiano said:
    @Harsh said:
    @PSWorx said:
    @SamuelDr said:
    @PSWorx said:
    @Amackera said:
    @PSWorx said:
    @Amackera said:
    [quote user="joe.edwards@imaginuity.com"]The Infinite Cat Project
    Lolcats pales in comparison! s this
    Infinite quote project?
    Yup
    heh heh
    Thats what I get for not scrolling down far enough (disregard my previous post)
    How long until it blows up, I wonder?
    I dunno.
    soonish
    well, the innermost quote box will eventually need to shrink to zero size.
    Well at the rate we're going it's not going to take long hehe
    It feels cool to have my post at the center of all this.
    The reply page looks really strange
    Well thats because we have an InifnitePost Syndrome going on here
    Are we there yet?
    We have to be getting close by now, right?
    Nearly there, I guess. /me will throw a /me in just for fun (watch what happens when you quote it :P)
    Dunno - trying.
    The name after the / me changes to your name, rather than staying as mine (as it should - And does in SMF :))
    I think we've just about blown it up - The innermost quote box is all squashed on my 1280x800 screen ๐Ÿ˜›
    I wonder if I should do something about that - isn't it my duty as a moderator to stop such an abuse?
    Good thing I just got a wide screen monitor. Looks fine here.
    OMG it's gone mad.
    Come on! Stop it already!
    Good browser test ๐Ÿ˜›
    Reminds me of a Usenet Meow cascade!
    I'll join in as well for the fun of it, it's also a good test for CS - See if there is a limit on quote blocks! Scroll scroll scroll your bar, gently down the screen. Merrily merrily merrily merrily,...... erm... don't know how to finish it!
    Life is Paula Beans?
    Is this building to a punchline?
    I think it's building to a stack-overflow...
    I'd say it's broken already
    Join me on a scenic tour of The Quote Pyramid, housing ancient relics mentions of stuff like Lolcats and /me tests!
    Edgar the Eightball says: /me is stupid!
    Still working on 1920x1200
    Number of HTML tags this document consists of: 9320
    Scrolling down real quick gave me a headache -but typing this reply seems to cause even greater headache, since every time I press a key, the window either jumps up to the start of previous post, or back down to the editbox - really weird.
    Firefox messes up sometimes if I try to view the later posts in Page 1.

    edit: Blah! Lost the quote. Readded it in edit.

    The WTF'ery is strong with this one!

    As I said earlier (but it seems to have been lost from the quote tree) it works perfectly in IE7. In Firefox the inner divs are outside their parents and the text overflows the quote box it's supposed to be in, but in IE7 it's all fine.

    I can't believe IE7 wins at something.


    You're Winner!


    Interesting... The / me is broken
    I'll try it here: /me says that this is a test


    On Opera the post grows a horizontal scrollbar

    The / me thing is strange...


    Yeah, I noticed the scroll bar - I guess the whole post is inside a div with a style of "overflow: auto" (although I haven't checked this)
    And yeah, the /me thing is definitely strange... I'm not sure whether it's a bug, or a "feature" (don't process /me on posts with lots of quotes?)
    Oops! replied to the wrong one...

    I suspect that the code carefully avoids expanding /me in quoted text, but gets confused by huge quote depths and gives up!

    Ok, I'll join in. IE7 Grows a horizontal scroll bar as well. The only side effect seems to be putting text as one word per line on the innermost quotes.

    ย 

    What happen?

    Somebody set us up the quote.

    ย 

    How are you gentlemen?

    All your browser are belong to us.

    ย 

    ๐Ÿ˜›

    lol, that had to come.

    Current number of HTML tags: 5830 (reset by the page break) Come on people, we got to break 10000!

    By the way I get a blank screen on firefox once I scrolled down enough. The screen returns when I release the scroll button. Anyone else with that effect?

    ย 

    I get that, but I have to refresh the page before I get my screen back. And all of my innermost quotes are un-nested and off the right side of the page. I think Firefox really has lost this competition.

    I got the same here. Then again, the forum software is a WTF (as we all know), so that doesn't mean much.

    Ooh, can I spam too?

    Yes, indeed you can.

    You have no chance to render make your time.

    Take off every 'Div'.

    You know what you doing?

    Move 'Div'.

    For great W3C.


    I think it's using <blockquote>s for the quotes, not <div>s ๐Ÿ™‚ (I haven't checked, though).
    Anyways... This page is almost 400 KB, and there's 4535 validation errors :o
    It's using DIV and BLOCKQUOTE tags.

    Fun. In Konqueror, it displays (with a horizontal scrollbar, as it should), but the innermost quote blocks and text have overflowed out to the right of their parent. (I'm not sure if this should happen, but most likely Konqueror and Firefox are doing the standards-compliant thing and IE is subtly broken. It has been known to have some bugs in this area

    Result: Failed validation, 6147 errors
    I'm not sure how big the page is now, in terms of KB or HTML tags, but 'it's beginning to slow my browser down just a little bit.

    Firefox's page info reports that we've hit half a MB...

    ย 

    This is madness, Madness I tells you!!

    BTW: that composite image I mentioned further up the page: 1178 x 5479 (126 kb)... Abandon hope, all ye who load it. http://i163.photobucket.com/albums/t293/James_Penk/WTF_Composite.png

    11995 HTML tags! We got a breakthrough!

    Also kudos for that image. I have a new desktop background now...

    Your welcome.

    BTW: Did you rotate the image and have a stupidly wide monitor, or do you have a stupidly tall monitor and leave the image in it's original orientation?

    (I have a vision of a monitor so large it takes up an *entire* wall. ๐Ÿ™‚ )


    I'll add to it.

    Posting in a legendary thread.


    ^ win


    Win? Definitely ๐Ÿ™‚

    Big Rigs - You're Winner!
    (from Big Rigs: Over the Road Racing)

    The page is starting to F up my Linux laptop, keep going!

    This page is making my PC work overtime on rendering the page.. I know this because every time I click the link, my cooling fans scream into overdrive and I go deaf.

    Keep up the {good|bad|ugly} work.

    (Yes, I know I'm not funny, but I'm typing this at 0525H. and I haven't had a cuppa yet.)


    It stopped, finally!

    O RLY?


    It's long past broken on my computer (FF2 at 1280x800). Firebug won't show the innermost levels of this pile of replies, it gives up somewhere in the middle, just showing < </> instead of the tags that should be there.

    Opera's Developer Console doesn't give up, and except for about 5-second delay at startup, it works almost instantly...
    (DOM Snapshot doesn't seem to work though)

    FF2 is still going strong for me.
    ย 

    ย http://rinkworks.com/stupid/cs_programming.shtml
    ย 

    @That page said:


    /* This function is BOOL but actually returns TRUE,
    FALSE and -2 because I've no time to change it
    to int */

    ย 

    ย Pffft... They should return File_Not_Found instead of -2

    [/quote]

    I believe we finally know the numeric value of FILE_NOT_FOUNDย 

    [/quote]

    ย lol

    • Friend: "The program is written, and I'm debugging it."
    • Boss: "What's wrong with you people? You make programming more difficult than it needs to be. I have Frontpage Express to write web pages with, and when I write code with it, I never need to debug it. If you were as good of a programmer as me, you'd never need to debug either."

    • When I was studying programming, one of my classmates was having serious
      troubles with his program. When he asked me for help, I leaned
      over his screen and saw all of his code in comments. The
      reason: "Well, it compiles much faster that way."


    ย 



  • @Mal1024 said:

    @PSWorx said:
    @rdrunner said:
    @PSWorx said:
    @Mal1024 said:
    @Veinor said:
    @ender said:
    @ender said:
    @LightningDragon said:
    @Control_Alt_Kaboom said:
    @fbjon said:
    @Control_Alt_Kaboom said:
    @Mal1024 said:
    @Daniel15 said:
    @foxyshadis said:

    ^ fail

    @GizmoC said:

    @luketheduke said:
    @Control_Alt_Kaboom said:
    @PSWorx said:
    @Control_Alt_Kaboom said:
    @Thief^ said:
    @Control_Alt_Kaboom said:
    @makomk said:
    @Mal1024 said:
    @Daniel15 said:
    @Veinor said:
    @Fred Foobar said:
    @Mal1024 said:
    @Veinor said:
    @BradleyS said:
    @PSWorx said:
    @Control_Alt_Kaboom said:
    @SomebodyElse said:
    @GettinSadda said:
    @Daniel15 said:
    @PSWorx said:
    @DigitalXeron said:
    @Daniel15 said:
    @Daniel15 said:
    @Thief^ said:
    @Amackera said:
    @Treeki said:

    @ender said:

    @PSWorx said:
    @XIU said:
    @PSWorx said:
    @Treeki said:
    @AI0867 said:
    @RaspenJho said:
    @newfweiler said:
    @operagost said:
    @Cratig said:
    @DaveK said:
    @XIU said:
    @Zecc said:
    @Thief^ said:
    @Nandurius said:
    @ammoQ said:
    @Daniel15 said:
    @Daniel15 said:
    @viraptor said:
    @Daniel15 said:
    @PsychoCoder said:
    @DaBookshah said:
    @tster said:
    @PsychoCoder said:
    @SamuelDr said:
    [quote user="joe.edwards@imaginuity.com"]@PsychoCoder said:
    @Veinor said:
    @alostpacket said:
    @Veinor said:
    @halcyon said:
    @PsychoCoder said:
    @Tatiano said:
    @Harsh said:
    @PSWorx said:
    @SamuelDr said:
    @PSWorx said:
    @Amackera said:
    @PSWorx said:
    @Amackera said:
    [quote user="joe.edwards@imaginuity.com"]The Infinite Cat Project
    Lolcats pales in comparison! s this
    Infinite quote project?
    Yup
    heh heh
    Thats what I get for not scrolling down far enough (disregard my previous post)
    How long until it blows up, I wonder?
    I dunno.
    soonish
    well, the innermost quote box will eventually need to shrink to zero size.
    Well at the rate we're going it's not going to take long hehe
    It feels cool to have my post at the center of all this.
    The reply page looks really strange
    Well thats because we have an InifnitePost Syndrome going on here
    Are we there yet?
    We have to be getting close by now, right?
    Nearly there, I guess. /me will throw a /me in just for fun (watch what happens when you quote it :P)
    Dunno - trying.
    The name after the / me changes to your name, rather than staying as mine (as it should - And does in SMF :))
    I think we've just about blown it up - The innermost quote box is all squashed on my 1280x800 screen ๐Ÿ˜›
    I wonder if I should do something about that - isn't it my duty as a moderator to stop such an abuse?
    Good thing I just got a wide screen monitor. Looks fine here.
    OMG it's gone mad.
    Come on! Stop it already!
    Good browser test ๐Ÿ˜›
    Reminds me of a Usenet Meow cascade!
    I'll join in as well for the fun of it, it's also a good test for CS - See if there is a limit on quote blocks! Scroll scroll scroll your bar, gently down the screen. Merrily merrily merrily merrily,...... erm... don't know how to finish it!
    Life is Paula Beans?
    Is this building to a punchline?
    I think it's building to a stack-overflow...
    I'd say it's broken already
    Join me on a scenic tour of The Quote Pyramid, housing ancient relics mentions of stuff like Lolcats and /me tests!
    Edgar the Eightball says: /me is stupid!
    Still working on 1920x1200
    Number of HTML tags this document consists of: 9320
    Scrolling down real quick gave me a headache -but typing this reply seems to cause even greater headache, since every time I press a key, the window either jumps up to the start of previous post, or back down to the editbox - really weird.
    Firefox messes up sometimes if I try to view the later posts in Page 1.

    edit: Blah! Lost the quote. Readded it in edit.

    The WTF'ery is strong with this one!

    As I said earlier (but it seems to have been lost from the quote tree) it works perfectly in IE7. In Firefox the inner divs are outside their parents and the text overflows the quote box it's supposed to be in, but in IE7 it's all fine.

    I can't believe IE7 wins at something.


    You're Winner!


    Interesting... The / me is broken
    I'll try it here: /me says that this is a test


    On Opera the post grows a horizontal scrollbar

    The / me thing is strange...


    Yeah, I noticed the scroll bar - I guess the whole post is inside a div with a style of "overflow: auto" (although I haven't checked this)
    And yeah, the /me thing is definitely strange... I'm not sure whether it's a bug, or a "feature" (don't process /me on posts with lots of quotes?)
    Oops! replied to the wrong one...

    I suspect that the code carefully avoids expanding /me in quoted text, but gets confused by huge quote depths and gives up!

    Ok, I'll join in. IE7 Grows a horizontal scroll bar as well. The only side effect seems to be putting text as one word per line on the innermost quotes.

    ย 

    What happen?

    Somebody set us up the quote.

    ย 

    How are you gentlemen?

    All your browser are belong to us.

    ย 

    ๐Ÿ˜›

    lol, that had to come.

    Current number of HTML tags: 5830 (reset by the page break) Come on people, we got to break 10000!

    By the way I get a blank screen on firefox once I scrolled down enough. The screen returns when I release the scroll button. Anyone else with that effect?

    ย 

    I get that, but I have to refresh the page before I get my screen back. And all of my innermost quotes are un-nested and off the right side of the page. I think Firefox really has lost this competition.

    I got the same here. Then again, the forum software is a WTF (as we all know), so that doesn't mean much.

    Ooh, can I spam too?

    Yes, indeed you can.

    You have no chance to render make your time.

    Take off every 'Div'.

    You know what you doing?

    Move 'Div'.

    For great W3C.


    I think it's using <blockquote>s for the quotes, not <div>s ๐Ÿ™‚ (I haven't checked, though).
    Anyways... This page is almost 400 KB, and there's 4535 validation errors :o
    It's using DIV and BLOCKQUOTE tags.

    Fun. In Konqueror, it displays (with a horizontal scrollbar, as it should), but the innermost quote blocks and text have overflowed out to the right of their parent. (I'm not sure if this should happen, but most likely Konqueror and Firefox are doing the standards-compliant thing and IE is subtly broken. It has been known to have some bugs in this area

    Result: Failed validation, 6147 errors
    I'm not sure how big the page is now, in terms of KB or HTML tags, but 'it's beginning to slow my browser down just a little bit.

    Firefox's page info reports that we've hit half a MB...

    ย 

    This is madness, Madness I tells you!!

    BTW: that composite image I mentioned further up the page: 1178 x 5479 (126 kb)... Abandon hope, all ye who load it. http://i163.photobucket.com/albums/t293/James_Penk/WTF_Composite.png

    11995 HTML tags! We got a breakthrough!

    Also kudos for that image. I have a new desktop background now...

    Your welcome.

    BTW: Did you rotate the image and have a stupidly wide monitor, or do you have a stupidly tall monitor and leave the image in it's original orientation?

    (I have a vision of a monitor so large it takes up an *entire* wall. ๐Ÿ™‚ )


    I'll add to it.

    Posting in a legendary thread.


    ^ win


    Win? Definitely ๐Ÿ™‚

    Big Rigs - You're Winner!
    (from Big Rigs: Over the Road Racing)

    The page is starting to F up my Linux laptop, keep going!

    This page is making my PC work overtime on rendering the page.. I know this because every time I click the link, my cooling fans scream into overdrive and I go deaf.

    Keep up the {good|bad|ugly} work.

    (Yes, I know I'm not funny, but I'm typing this at 0525H. and I haven't had a cuppa yet.)


    It stopped, finally!

    O RLY?


    It's long past broken on my computer (FF2 at 1280x800). Firebug won't show the innermost levels of this pile of replies, it gives up somewhere in the middle, just showing < </> instead of the tags that should be there.

    Opera's Developer Console doesn't give up, and except for about 5-second delay at startup, it works almost instantly...
    (DOM Snapshot doesn't seem to work though)

    FF2 is still going strong for me.
    ย 

    ย http://rinkworks.com/stupid/cs_programming.shtml
    ย 

    @That page said:


    /* This function is BOOL but actually returns TRUE,
    FALSE and -2 because I've no time to change it
    to int */

    ย 

    ย Pffft... They should return File_Not_Found instead of -2

    I believe we finally know the numeric value of FILE_NOT_FOUNDย 

    [/quote]

    ย lol

    • Friend: "The program is written, and I'm debugging it."
    • Boss: "What's wrong with you people? You make programming more difficult than it needs to be. I have Frontpage Express to write web pages with, and when I write code with it, I never need to debug it. If you were as good of a programmer as me, you'd never need to debug either."

    • When I was studying programming, one of my classmates was having serious
      troubles with his program. When he asked me for help, I leaned
      over his screen and saw all of his code in comments. The
      reason: "Well, it compiles much faster that way."


    ย 

    [/quote]

    "Hey! I hate these Microsoft guys! What a rotten
    compiler! It only accepts 16,384 local variables in a function!"



  • @Mal1024 said:

    @Mal1024 said:
    @PSWorx said:
    @rdrunner said:
    @PSWorx said:
    @Mal1024 said:
    @Veinor said:
    @ender said:
    @ender said:
    @LightningDragon said:
    @Control_Alt_Kaboom said:
    @fbjon said:
    @Control_Alt_Kaboom said:
    @Mal1024 said:
    @Daniel15 said:
    @foxyshadis said:

    ^ fail

    @GizmoC said:

    @luketheduke said:
    @Control_Alt_Kaboom said:
    @PSWorx said:
    @Control_Alt_Kaboom said:
    @Thief^ said:
    @Control_Alt_Kaboom said:
    @makomk said:
    @Mal1024 said:
    @Daniel15 said:
    @Veinor said:
    @Fred Foobar said:
    @Mal1024 said:
    @Veinor said:
    @BradleyS said:
    @PSWorx said:
    @Control_Alt_Kaboom said:
    @SomebodyElse said:
    @GettinSadda said:
    @Daniel15 said:
    @PSWorx said:
    @DigitalXeron said:
    @Daniel15 said:
    @Daniel15 said:
    @Thief^ said:
    @Amackera said:
    @Treeki said:

    @ender said:

    @PSWorx said:
    @XIU said:
    @PSWorx said:
    @Treeki said:
    @AI0867 said:
    @RaspenJho said:
    @newfweiler said:
    @operagost said:
    @Cratig said:
    @DaveK said:
    @XIU said:
    @Zecc said:
    @Thief^ said:
    @Nandurius said:
    @ammoQ said:
    @Daniel15 said:
    @Daniel15 said:
    @viraptor said:
    @Daniel15 said:
    @PsychoCoder said:
    @DaBookshah said:
    @tster said:
    @PsychoCoder said:
    @SamuelDr said:
    [quote user="joe.edwards@imaginuity.com"]@PsychoCoder said:
    @Veinor said:
    @alostpacket said:
    @Veinor said:
    @halcyon said:
    @PsychoCoder said:
    @Tatiano said:
    @Harsh said:
    @PSWorx said:
    @SamuelDr said:
    @PSWorx said:
    @Amackera said:
    @PSWorx said:
    @Amackera said:
    [quote user="joe.edwards@imaginuity.com"]The Infinite Cat Project
    Lolcats pales in comparison! s this
    Infinite quote project?
    Yup
    heh heh
    Thats what I get for not scrolling down far enough (disregard my previous post)
    How long until it blows up, I wonder?
    I dunno.
    soonish
    well, the innermost quote box will eventually need to shrink to zero size.
    Well at the rate we're going it's not going to take long hehe
    It feels cool to have my post at the center of all this.
    The reply page looks really strange
    Well thats because we have an InifnitePost Syndrome going on here
    Are we there yet?
    We have to be getting close by now, right?
    Nearly there, I guess. /me will throw a /me in just for fun (watch what happens when you quote it :P)
    Dunno - trying.
    The name after the / me changes to your name, rather than staying as mine (as it should - And does in SMF :))
    I think we've just about blown it up - The innermost quote box is all squashed on my 1280x800 screen ๐Ÿ˜›
    I wonder if I should do something about that - isn't it my duty as a moderator to stop such an abuse?
    Good thing I just got a wide screen monitor. Looks fine here.
    OMG it's gone mad.
    Come on! Stop it already!
    Good browser test ๐Ÿ˜›
    Reminds me of a Usenet Meow cascade!
    I'll join in as well for the fun of it, it's also a good test for CS - See if there is a limit on quote blocks! Scroll scroll scroll your bar, gently down the screen. Merrily merrily merrily merrily,...... erm... don't know how to finish it!
    Life is Paula Beans?
    Is this building to a punchline?
    I think it's building to a stack-overflow...
    I'd say it's broken already
    Join me on a scenic tour of The Quote Pyramid, housing ancient relics mentions of stuff like Lolcats and /me tests!
    Edgar the Eightball says: /me is stupid!
    Still working on 1920x1200
    Number of HTML tags this document consists of: 9320
    Scrolling down real quick gave me a headache -but typing this reply seems to cause even greater headache, since every time I press a key, the window either jumps up to the start of previous post, or back down to the editbox - really weird.
    Firefox messes up sometimes if I try to view the later posts in Page 1.

    edit: Blah! Lost the quote. Readded it in edit.

    The WTF'ery is strong with this one!

    As I said earlier (but it seems to have been lost from the quote tree) it works perfectly in IE7. In Firefox the inner divs are outside their parents and the text overflows the quote box it's supposed to be in, but in IE7 it's all fine.

    I can't believe IE7 wins at something.


    You're Winner!


    Interesting... The / me is broken
    I'll try it here: /me says that this is a test


    On Opera the post grows a horizontal scrollbar

    The / me thing is strange...


    Yeah, I noticed the scroll bar - I guess the whole post is inside a div with a style of "overflow: auto" (although I haven't checked this)
    And yeah, the /me thing is definitely strange... I'm not sure whether it's a bug, or a "feature" (don't process /me on posts with lots of quotes?)
    Oops! replied to the wrong one...

    I suspect that the code carefully avoids expanding /me in quoted text, but gets confused by huge quote depths and gives up!

    Ok, I'll join in. IE7 Grows a horizontal scroll bar as well. The only side effect seems to be putting text as one word per line on the innermost quotes.

    ย 

    What happen?

    Somebody set us up the quote.

    ย 

    How are you gentlemen?

    All your browser are belong to us.

    ย 

    ๐Ÿ˜›

    lol, that had to come.

    Current number of HTML tags: 5830 (reset by the page break) Come on people, we got to break 10000!

    By the way I get a blank screen on firefox once I scrolled down enough. The screen returns when I release the scroll button. Anyone else with that effect?

    ย 

    I get that, but I have to refresh the page before I get my screen back. And all of my innermost quotes are un-nested and off the right side of the page. I think Firefox really has lost this competition.

    I got the same here. Then again, the forum software is a WTF (as we all know), so that doesn't mean much.

    Ooh, can I spam too?

    Yes, indeed you can.

    You have no chance to render make your time.

    Take off every 'Div'.

    You know what you doing?

    Move 'Div'.

    For great W3C.


    I think it's using <blockquote>s for the quotes, not <div>s ๐Ÿ™‚ (I haven't checked, though).
    Anyways... This page is almost 400 KB, and there's 4535 validation errors :o
    It's using DIV and BLOCKQUOTE tags.

    Fun. In Konqueror, it displays (with a horizontal scrollbar, as it should), but the innermost quote blocks and text have overflowed out to the right of their parent. (I'm not sure if this should happen, but most likely Konqueror and Firefox are doing the standards-compliant thing and IE is subtly broken. It has been known to have some bugs in this area

    Result: Failed validation, 6147 errors
    I'm not sure how big the page is now, in terms of KB or HTML tags, but 'it's beginning to slow my browser down just a little bit.

    Firefox's page info reports that we've hit half a MB...

    ย 

    This is madness, Madness I tells you!!

    BTW: that composite image I mentioned further up the page: 1178 x 5479 (126 kb)... Abandon hope, all ye who load it. http://i163.photobucket.com/albums/t293/James_Penk/WTF_Composite.png

    11995 HTML tags! We got a breakthrough!

    Also kudos for that image. I have a new desktop background now...

    Your welcome.

    BTW: Did you rotate the image and have a stupidly wide monitor, or do you have a stupidly tall monitor and leave the image in it's original orientation?

    (I have a vision of a monitor so large it takes up an entire wall. ๐Ÿ™‚ )


    I'll add to it.

    Posting in a legendary thread.


    ^ win


    Win? Definitely ๐Ÿ™‚

    Big Rigs - You're Winner!
    (from Big Rigs: Over the Road Racing)

    The page is starting to F up my Linux laptop, keep going!

    This page is making my PC work overtime on rendering the page.. I know this because every time I click the link, my cooling fans scream into overdrive and I go deaf.

    Keep up the {good|bad|ugly} work.

    (Yes, I know I'm not funny, but I'm typing this at 0525H. and I haven't had a cuppa yet.)


    It stopped, finally!

    O RLY?


    It's long past broken on my computer (FF2 at 1280x800). Firebug won't show the innermost levels of this pile of replies, it gives up somewhere in the middle, just showing < </> instead of the tags that should be there.

    Opera's Developer Console doesn't give up, and except for about 5-second delay at startup, it works almost instantly...
    (DOM Snapshot doesn't seem to work though)

    FF2 is still going strong for me.
    ย 

    ย http://rinkworks.com/stupid/cs_programming.shtml
    ย 

    @That page said:


    /* This function is BOOL but actually returns TRUE,
    FALSE and -2 because I've no time to change it
    to int */

    ย 

    ย Pffft... They should return File_Not_Found instead of -2

    I believe we finally know the numeric value of FILE_NOT_FOUNDย 

    ย lol

    • Friend: "The program is written, and I'm debugging it."
    • Boss: "What's wrong with you people? You make programming more difficult than it needs to be. I have Frontpage Express to write web pages with, and when I write code with it, I never need to debug it. If you were as good of a programmer as me, you'd never need to debug either."

    • When I was studying programming, one of my classmates was having serious troubles with his program. When he asked me for help, I leaned over his screen and saw all of his code in comments. The reason: "Well, it compiles much faster that way."


    ย 

    [/quote]

    "Hey! I hate these Microsoft guys! What a rotten compiler! It only accepts 16,384 local variables in a function!"

    [/quote]

    Thanks whoever posted the http://rinkworks.com/stupid/cs_programming.shtml link... It's quite funny ๐Ÿ™‚

    Has anyone seen this topic zoomed out to 20% in Opera? I didn't realise that there was this many replies :P:






  • @Daniel15 said:

    @Mal1024 said:
    @Mal1024 said:
    @PSWorx said:
    @rdrunner said:
    @PSWorx said:
    @Mal1024 said:
    @Veinor said:
    @ender said:
    @ender said:
    @LightningDragon said:
    @Control_Alt_Kaboom said:
    @fbjon said:
    @Control_Alt_Kaboom said:
    @Mal1024 said:
    @Daniel15 said:
    @foxyshadis said:

    ^ fail

    @GizmoC said:

    @luketheduke said:
    @Control_Alt_Kaboom said:
    @PSWorx said:
    @Control_Alt_Kaboom said:
    @Thief^ said:
    @Control_Alt_Kaboom said:
    @makomk said:
    @Mal1024 said:
    @Daniel15 said:
    @Veinor said:
    @Fred Foobar said:
    @Mal1024 said:
    @Veinor said:
    @BradleyS said:
    @PSWorx said:
    @Control_Alt_Kaboom said:
    @SomebodyElse said:
    @GettinSadda said:
    @Daniel15 said:
    @PSWorx said:
    @DigitalXeron said:
    @Daniel15 said:
    @Daniel15 said:
    @Thief^ said:
    @Amackera said:
    @Treeki said:

    @ender said:

    @PSWorx said:
    @XIU said:
    @PSWorx said:
    @Treeki said:
    @AI0867 said:
    @RaspenJho said:
    @newfweiler said:
    @operagost said:
    @Cratig said:
    @DaveK said:
    @XIU said:
    @Zecc said:
    @Thief^ said:
    @Nandurius said:
    @ammoQ said:
    @Daniel15 said:
    @Daniel15 said:
    @viraptor said:
    @Daniel15 said:
    @PsychoCoder said:
    @DaBookshah said:
    @tster said:
    @PsychoCoder said:
    @SamuelDr said:
    [quote user="joe.edwards@imaginuity.com"]@PsychoCoder said:
    @Veinor said:
    @alostpacket said:
    @Veinor said:
    @halcyon said:
    @PsychoCoder said:
    @Tatiano said:
    @Harsh said:
    @PSWorx said:
    @SamuelDr said:
    @PSWorx said:
    @Amackera said:
    @PSWorx said:
    @Amackera said:
    [quote user="joe.edwards@imaginuity.com"]The Infinite Cat Project
    Lolcats pales in comparison! s this
    Infinite quote project?
    Yup
    heh heh
    Thats what I get for not scrolling down far enough (disregard my previous post)
    How long until it blows up, I wonder?
    I dunno.
    soonish
    well, the innermost quote box will eventually need to shrink to zero size.
    Well at the rate we're going it's not going to take long hehe
    It feels cool to have my post at the center of all this.
    The reply page looks really strange
    Well thats because we have an InifnitePost Syndrome going on here
    Are we there yet?
    We have to be getting close by now, right?
    Nearly there, I guess. /me will throw a /me in just for fun (watch what happens when you quote it :P)
    Dunno - trying.
    The name after the / me changes to your name, rather than staying as mine (as it should - And does in SMF :))
    I think we've just about blown it up - The innermost quote box is all squashed on my 1280x800 screen ๐Ÿ˜›
    I wonder if I should do something about that - isn't it my duty as a moderator to stop such an abuse?
    Good thing I just got a wide screen monitor. Looks fine here.
    OMG it's gone mad.
    Come on! Stop it already!
    Good browser test ๐Ÿ˜›
    Reminds me of a Usenet Meow cascade!
    I'll join in as well for the fun of it, it's also a good test for CS - See if there is a limit on quote blocks! Scroll scroll scroll your bar, gently down the screen. Merrily merrily merrily merrily,...... erm... don't know how to finish it!
    Life is Paula Beans?
    Is this building to a punchline?
    I think it's building to a stack-overflow...
    I'd say it's broken already
    Join me on a scenic tour of The Quote Pyramid, housing ancient relics mentions of stuff like Lolcats and /me tests!
    Edgar the Eightball says: /me is stupid!
    Still working on 1920x1200
    Number of HTML tags this document consists of: 9320
    Scrolling down real quick gave me a headache -but typing this reply seems to cause even greater headache, since every time I press a key, the window either jumps up to the start of previous post, or back down to the editbox - really weird.
    Firefox messes up sometimes if I try to view the later posts in Page 1.

    edit: Blah! Lost the quote. Readded it in edit.

    The WTF'ery is strong with this one!

    As I said earlier (but it seems to have been lost from the quote tree) it works perfectly in IE7. In Firefox the inner divs are outside their parents and the text overflows the quote box it's supposed to be in, but in IE7 it's all fine.

    I can't believe IE7 wins at something.


    You're Winner!


    Interesting... The / me is broken
    I'll try it here: /me says that this is a test


    On Opera the post grows a horizontal scrollbar

    The / me thing is strange...


    Yeah, I noticed the scroll bar - I guess the whole post is inside a div with a style of "overflow: auto" (although I haven't checked this)
    And yeah, the /me thing is definitely strange... I'm not sure whether it's a bug, or a "feature" (don't process /me on posts with lots of quotes?)
    Oops! replied to the wrong one...

    I suspect that the code carefully avoids expanding /me in quoted text, but gets confused by huge quote depths and gives up!

    Ok, I'll join in. IE7 Grows a horizontal scroll bar as well. The only side effect seems to be putting text as one word per line on the innermost quotes.

    What happen?

    Somebody set us up the quote.

    How are you gentlemen?

    All your browser are belong to us.

    ๐Ÿ˜›

    lol, that had to come.

    Current number of HTML tags: 5830 (reset by the page break) Come on people, we got to break 10000!

    By the way I get a blank screen on firefox once I scrolled down enough. The screen returns when I release the scroll button. Anyone else with that effect?

    I get that, but I have to refresh the page before I get my screen back. And all of my innermost quotes are un-nested and off the right side of the page. I think Firefox really has lost this competition.

    I got the same here. Then again, the forum software is a WTF (as we all know), so that doesn't mean much.

    Ooh, can I spam too?

    Yes, indeed you can.

    You have no chance to render make your time.

    Take off every 'Div'.

    You know what you doing?

    Move 'Div'.

    For great W3C.


    I think it's using <blockquote>s for the quotes, not <div>s ๐Ÿ™‚ (I haven't checked, though).
    Anyways... This page is almost 400 KB, and there's 4535 validation errors :o
    It's using DIV and BLOCKQUOTE tags.

    Fun. In Konqueror, it displays (with a horizontal scrollbar, as it should), but the innermost quote blocks and text have overflowed out to the right of their parent. (I'm not sure if this should happen, but most likely Konqueror and Firefox are doing the standards-compliant thing and IE is subtly broken. It has been known to have some bugs in this area

    Result: Failed validation, 6147 errors
    I'm not sure how big the page is now, in terms of KB or HTML tags, but 'it's beginning to slow my browser down just a little bit.

    Firefox's page info reports that we've hit half a MB...

    This is madness, Madness I tells you!!

    BTW: that composite image I mentioned further up the page: 1178 x 5479 (126 kb)... Abandon hope, all ye who load it. http://i163.photobucket.com/albums/t293/James_Penk/WTF_Composite.png

    11995 HTML tags! We got a breakthrough!

    Also kudos for that image. I have a new desktop background now...

    Your welcome.

    BTW: Did you rotate the image and have a stupidly wide monitor, or do you have a stupidly tall monitor and leave the image in it's original orientation?

    (I have a vision of a monitor so large it takes up an entire wall. ๐Ÿ™‚ )


    I'll add to it.

    Posting in a legendary thread.


    ^ win


    Win? Definitely ๐Ÿ™‚

    Big Rigs - You're Winner!
    (from Big Rigs: Over the Road Racing)

    The page is starting to F up my Linux laptop, keep going!

    This page is making my PC work overtime on rendering the page.. I know this because every time I click the link, my cooling fans scream into overdrive and I go deaf.

    Keep up the {good|bad|ugly} work.

    (Yes, I know I'm not funny, but I'm typing this at 0525H. and I haven't had a cuppa yet.)


    It stopped, finally!

    O RLY?


    It's long past broken on my computer (FF2 at 1280x800). Firebug won't show the innermost levels of this pile of replies, it gives up somewhere in the middle, just showing < </> instead of the tags that should be there.

    Opera's Developer Console doesn't give up, and except for about 5-second delay at startup, it works almost instantly...
    (DOM Snapshot doesn't seem to work though)

    FF2 is still going strong for me.

    http://rinkworks.com/stupid/cs_programming.shtml

    @That page said:


    /* This function is BOOL but actually returns TRUE,
    FALSE and -2 because I've no time to change it
    to int */

    Pffft... They should return File_Not_Found instead of -2

    I believe we finally know the numeric value of FILE_NOT_FOUND

    lol

    • Friend: "The program is written, and I'm debugging it."
    • Boss: "What's wrong with you people? You make programming more difficult than it needs to be. I have Frontpage Express to write web pages with, and when I write code with it, I never need to debug it. If you were as good of a programmer as me, you'd never need to debug either."

    • When I was studying programming, one of my classmates was having serious troubles with his program. When he asked me for help, I leaned over his screen and saw all of his code in comments. The reason: "Well, it compiles much faster that way."


    "Hey! I hate these Microsoft guys! What a rotten compiler! It only accepts 16,384 local variables in a function!"

    [/quote]

    Thanks whoever posted the http://rinkworks.com/stupid/cs_programming.shtml link... It's quite funny ๐Ÿ™‚

    Has anyone seen this topic zoomed out to 20% in Opera? I didn't realise that there was this many replies :P:




    [/quote]

    Ouch. I can't see all of that: FF2 insists on restricting the overall layout to window-width, so most of that is off to the right. It looks pretty stupid (well, more stupid) on the minimum text size, and still scrolls off to the side. I wonder how many more replies before it hits a megabyte (currently on 183K) for one page, or causes serious errors (stack overflow anyone?)?



  • @LightningDragon said:

    @Daniel15 said:
    @Mal1024 said:
    @Mal1024 said:
    @PSWorx said:
    @rdrunner said:
    @PSWorx said:
    @Mal1024 said:
    @Veinor said:
    @ender said:
    @ender said:
    @LightningDragon said:
    @Control_Alt_Kaboom said:
    @fbjon said:
    @Control_Alt_Kaboom said:
    @Mal1024 said:
    @Daniel15 said:
    @foxyshadis said:

    ^ fail

    @GizmoC said:

    @luketheduke said:
    @Control_Alt_Kaboom said:
    @PSWorx said:
    @Control_Alt_Kaboom said:
    @Thief^ said:
    @Control_Alt_Kaboom said:
    @makomk said:
    @Mal1024 said:
    @Daniel15 said:
    @Veinor said:
    @Fred Foobar said:
    @Mal1024 said:
    @Veinor said:
    @BradleyS said:
    @PSWorx said:
    @Control_Alt_Kaboom said:
    @SomebodyElse said:
    @GettinSadda said:
    @Daniel15 said:
    @PSWorx said:
    @DigitalXeron said:
    @Daniel15 said:
    @Daniel15 said:
    @Thief^ said:
    @Amackera said:
    @Treeki said:

    @ender said:

    @PSWorx said:
    @XIU said:
    @PSWorx said:
    @Treeki said:
    @AI0867 said:
    @RaspenJho said:
    @newfweiler said:
    @operagost said:
    @Cratig said:
    @DaveK said:
    @XIU said:
    @Zecc said:
    @Thief^ said:
    @Nandurius said:
    @ammoQ said:
    @Daniel15 said:
    @Daniel15 said:
    @viraptor said:
    @Daniel15 said:
    @PsychoCoder said:
    @DaBookshah said:
    @tster said:
    @PsychoCoder said:
    @SamuelDr said:
    [quote user="joe.edwards@imaginuity.com"]@PsychoCoder said:
    @Veinor said:
    @alostpacket said:
    @Veinor said:
    @halcyon said:
    @PsychoCoder said:
    @Tatiano said:
    @Harsh said:
    @PSWorx said:
    @SamuelDr said:
    @PSWorx said:
    @Amackera said:
    @PSWorx said:
    @Amackera said:
    [quote user="joe.edwards@imaginuity.com"]The Infinite Cat Project
    Lolcats pales in comparison! s this
    Infinite quote project?
    Yup
    heh heh
    Thats what I get for not scrolling down far enough (disregard my previous post)
    How long until it blows up, I wonder?
    I dunno.
    soonish
    well, the innermost quote box will eventually need to shrink to zero size.
    Well at the rate we're going it's not going to take long hehe
    It feels cool to have my post at the center of all this.
    The reply page looks really strange
    Well thats because we have an InifnitePost Syndrome going on here
    Are we there yet?
    We have to be getting close by now, right?
    Nearly there, I guess. /me will throw a /me in just for fun (watch what happens when you quote it :P)
    Dunno - trying.
    The name after the / me changes to your name, rather than staying as mine (as it should - And does in SMF :))
    I think we've just about blown it up - The innermost quote box is all squashed on my 1280x800 screen ๐Ÿ˜›
    I wonder if I should do something about that - isn't it my duty as a moderator to stop such an abuse?
    Good thing I just got a wide screen monitor. Looks fine here.
    OMG it's gone mad.
    Come on! Stop it already!
    Good browser test ๐Ÿ˜›
    Reminds me of a Usenet Meow cascade!
    I'll join in as well for the fun of it, it's also a good test for CS - See if there is a limit on quote blocks! Scroll scroll scroll your bar, gently down the screen. Merrily merrily merrily merrily,...... erm... don't know how to finish it!
    Life is Paula Beans?
    Is this building to a punchline?
    I think it's building to a stack-overflow...
    I'd say it's broken already
    Join me on a scenic tour of The Quote Pyramid, housing ancient relics mentions of stuff like Lolcats and /me tests!
    Edgar the Eightball says: /me is stupid!
    Still working on 1920x1200
    Number of HTML tags this document consists of: 9320
    Scrolling down real quick gave me a headache -but typing this reply seems to cause even greater headache, since every time I press a key, the window either jumps up to the start of previous post, or back down to the editbox - really weird.
    Firefox messes up sometimes if I try to view the later posts in Page 1.

    edit: Blah! Lost the quote. Readded it in edit.

    The WTF'ery is strong with this one!

    As I said earlier (but it seems to have been lost from the quote tree) it works perfectly in IE7. In Firefox the inner divs are outside their parents and the text overflows the quote box it's supposed to be in, but in IE7 it's all fine.

    I can't believe IE7 wins at something.


    You're Winner!


    Interesting... The / me is broken
    I'll try it here: /me says that this is a test


    On Opera the post grows a horizontal scrollbar

    The / me thing is strange...


    Yeah, I noticed the scroll bar - I guess the whole post is inside a div with a style of "overflow: auto" (although I haven't checked this)
    And yeah, the /me thing is definitely strange... I'm not sure whether it's a bug, or a "feature" (don't process /me on posts with lots of quotes?)
    Oops! replied to the wrong one...

    I suspect that the code carefully avoids expanding /me in quoted text, but gets confused by huge quote depths and gives up!

    Ok, I'll join in. IE7 Grows a horizontal scroll bar as well. The only side effect seems to be putting text as one word per line on the innermost quotes.

    What happen?

    Somebody set us up the quote.

    How are you gentlemen?

    All your browser are belong to us.

    ๐Ÿ˜›

    lol, that had to come.

    Current number of HTML tags: 5830 (reset by the page break) Come on people, we got to break 10000!

    By the way I get a blank screen on firefox once I scrolled down enough. The screen returns when I release the scroll button. Anyone else with that effect?

    I get that, but I have to refresh the page before I get my screen back. And all of my innermost quotes are un-nested and off the right side of the page. I think Firefox really has lost this competition.

    I got the same here. Then again, the forum software is a WTF (as we all know), so that doesn't mean much.

    Ooh, can I spam too?

    Yes, indeed you can.

    You have no chance to render make your time.

    Take off every 'Div'.

    You know what you doing?

    Move 'Div'.

    For great W3C.


    I think it's using <blockquote>s for the quotes, not <div>s ๐Ÿ™‚ (I haven't checked, though).
    Anyways... This page is almost 400 KB, and there's 4535 validation errors :o
    It's using DIV and BLOCKQUOTE tags.

    Fun. In Konqueror, it displays (with a horizontal scrollbar, as it should), but the innermost quote blocks and text have overflowed out to the right of their parent. (I'm not sure if this should happen, but most likely Konqueror and Firefox are doing the standards-compliant thing and IE is subtly broken. It has been known to have some bugs in this area

    Result: Failed validation, 6147 errors
    I'm not sure how big the page is now, in terms of KB or HTML tags, but 'it's beginning to slow my browser down just a little bit.

    Firefox's page info reports that we've hit half a MB...

    This is madness, Madness I tells you!!

    BTW: that composite image I mentioned further up the page: 1178 x 5479 (126 kb)... Abandon hope, all ye who load it. http://i163.photobucket.com/albums/t293/James_Penk/WTF_Composite.png

    11995 HTML tags! We got a breakthrough!

    Also kudos for that image. I have a new desktop background now...

    Your welcome.

    BTW: Did you rotate the image and have a stupidly wide monitor, or do you have a stupidly tall monitor and leave the image in it's original orientation?

    (I have a vision of a monitor so large it takes up an entire wall. ๐Ÿ™‚ )


    I'll add to it.

    Posting in a legendary thread.


    ^ win


    Win? Definitely ๐Ÿ™‚

    Big Rigs - You're Winner!
    (from Big Rigs: Over the Road Racing)

    The page is starting to F up my Linux laptop, keep going!

    This page is making my PC work overtime on rendering the page.. I know this because every time I click the link, my cooling fans scream into overdrive and I go deaf.

    Keep up the {good|bad|ugly} work.

    (Yes, I know I'm not funny, but I'm typing this at 0525H. and I haven't had a cuppa yet.)


    It stopped, finally!

    O RLY?


    It's long past broken on my computer (FF2 at 1280x800). Firebug won't show the innermost levels of this pile of replies, it gives up somewhere in the middle, just showing < </> instead of the tags that should be there.

    Opera's Developer Console doesn't give up, and except for about 5-second delay at startup, it works almost instantly...
    (DOM Snapshot doesn't seem to work though)

    FF2 is still going strong for me.

    http://rinkworks.com/stupid/cs_programming.shtml

    @That page said:


    /* This function is BOOL but actually returns TRUE,
    FALSE and -2 because I've no time to change it
    to int */

    Pffft... They should return File_Not_Found instead of -2

    I believe we finally know the numeric value of FILE_NOT_FOUND

    lol

    • Friend: "The program is written, and I'm debugging it."
    • Boss: "What's wrong with you people? You make programming more difficult than it needs to be. I have Frontpage Express to write web pages with, and when I write code with it, I never need to debug it. If you were as good of a programmer as me, you'd never need to debug either."

    • When I was studying programming, one of my classmates was having serious troubles with his program. When he asked me for help, I leaned over his screen and saw all of his code in comments. The reason: "Well, it compiles much faster that way."


    "Hey! I hate these Microsoft guys! What a rotten compiler! It only accepts 16,384 local variables in a function!"



    Thanks whoever posted the http://rinkworks.com/stupid/cs_programming.shtml link... It's quite funny ๐Ÿ™‚

    Has anyone seen this topic zoomed out to 20% in Opera? I didn't realise that there was this many replies :P:




    [/quote]

    Ouch. I can't see all of that: FF2 insists on restricting the overall layout to window-width, so most of that is off to the right. It looks pretty stupid (well, more stupid) on the minimum text size, and still scrolls off to the side. I wonder how many more replies before it hits a megabyte (currently on 183K) for one page, or causes serious errors (stack overflow anyone?)?

    [/quote]

    I think we've hit FF2's nested tags limit, the inner quotes are all empty now. No "Infinite Cats Project"ย  in the middle ๐Ÿ˜ž



  • @Thief^ said:

    @LightningDragon said:
    @Daniel15 said:
    @Mal1024 said:
    @Mal1024 said:
    @PSWorx said:
    @rdrunner said:
    @PSWorx said:
    @Mal1024 said:
    @Veinor said:
    @ender said:
    @ender said:
    @LightningDragon said:
    @Control_Alt_Kaboom said:
    @fbjon said:
    @Control_Alt_Kaboom said:
    @Mal1024 said:
    @Daniel15 said:
    @foxyshadis said:

    ^ fail

    @GizmoC said:

    @luketheduke said:
    @Control_Alt_Kaboom said:
    @PSWorx said:
    @Control_Alt_Kaboom said:
    @Thief^ said:
    @Control_Alt_Kaboom said:
    @makomk said:
    @Mal1024 said:
    @Daniel15 said:
    @Veinor said:
    @Fred Foobar said:
    @Mal1024 said:
    @Veinor said:
    @BradleyS said:
    @PSWorx said:
    @Control_Alt_Kaboom said:
    @SomebodyElse said:
    @GettinSadda said:
    @Daniel15 said:
    @PSWorx said:
    @DigitalXeron said:
    @Daniel15 said:
    @Daniel15 said:
    @Thief^ said:
    @Amackera said:
    @Treeki said:

    @ender said:

    @PSWorx said:
    @XIU said:
    @PSWorx said:
    @Treeki said:
    @AI0867 said:
    @RaspenJho said:
    @newfweiler said:
    @operagost said:
    @Cratig said:
    @DaveK said:
    @XIU said:
    @Zecc said:
    @Thief^ said:
    @Nandurius said:
    @ammoQ said:
    @Daniel15 said:
    @Daniel15 said:
    @viraptor said:
    @Daniel15 said:
    @PsychoCoder said:
    @DaBookshah said:
    @tster said:
    @PsychoCoder said:
    @SamuelDr said:
    [quote user="joe.edwards@imaginuity.com"]@PsychoCoder said:
    @Veinor said:
    @alostpacket said:
    @Veinor said:
    @halcyon said:
    @PsychoCoder said:
    @Tatiano said:
    @Harsh said:
    @PSWorx said:
    @SamuelDr said:
    @PSWorx said:
    @Amackera said:
    @PSWorx said:
    @Amackera said:
    [quote user="joe.edwards@imaginuity.com"]The Infinite Cat Project
    Lolcats pales in comparison! s this
    Infinite quote project?
    Yup
    heh heh
    Thats what I get for not scrolling down far enough (disregard my previous post)
    How long until it blows up, I wonder?
    I dunno.
    soonish
    well, the innermost quote box will eventually need to shrink to zero size.
    Well at the rate we're going it's not going to take long hehe
    It feels cool to have my post at the center of all this.
    The reply page looks really strange
    Well thats because we have an InifnitePost Syndrome going on here
    Are we there yet?
    We have to be getting close by now, right?
    Nearly there, I guess. /me will throw a /me in just for fun (watch what happens when you quote it :P)
    Dunno - trying.
    The name after the / me changes to your name, rather than staying as mine (as it should - And does in SMF :))
    I think we've just about blown it up - The innermost quote box is all squashed on my 1280x800 screen ๐Ÿ˜›
    I wonder if I should do something about that - isn't it my duty as a moderator to stop such an abuse?
    Good thing I just got a wide screen monitor. Looks fine here.
    OMG it's gone mad.
    Come on! Stop it already!
    Good browser test ๐Ÿ˜›
    Reminds me of a Usenet Meow cascade!
    I'll join in as well for the fun of it, it's also a good test for CS - See if there is a limit on quote blocks! Scroll scroll scroll your bar, gently down the screen. Merrily merrily merrily merrily,...... erm... don't know how to finish it!
    Life is Paula Beans?
    Is this building to a punchline?
    I think it's building to a stack-overflow...
    I'd say it's broken already
    Join me on a scenic tour of The Quote Pyramid, housing ancient relics mentions of stuff like Lolcats and /me tests!
    Edgar the Eightball says: /me is stupid!
    Still working on 1920x1200
    Number of HTML tags this document consists of: 9320
    Scrolling down real quick gave me a headache -but typing this reply seems to cause even greater headache, since every time I press a key, the window either jumps up to the start of previous post, or back down to the editbox - really weird.
    Firefox messes up sometimes if I try to view the later posts in Page 1.

    edit: Blah! Lost the quote. Readded it in edit.

    The WTF'ery is strong with this one!

    As I said earlier (but it seems to have been lost from the quote tree) it works perfectly in IE7. In Firefox the inner divs are outside their parents and the text overflows the quote box it's supposed to be in, but in IE7 it's all fine.

    I can't believe IE7 wins at something.


    You're Winner!


    Interesting... The / me is broken
    I'll try it here: /me says that this is a test


    On Opera the post grows a horizontal scrollbar

    The / me thing is strange...


    Yeah, I noticed the scroll bar - I guess the whole post is inside a div with a style of "overflow: auto" (although I haven't checked this)
    And yeah, the /me thing is definitely strange... I'm not sure whether it's a bug, or a "feature" (don't process /me on posts with lots of quotes?)
    Oops! replied to the wrong one...

    I suspect that the code carefully avoids expanding /me in quoted text, but gets confused by huge quote depths and gives up!

    Ok, I'll join in. IE7 Grows a horizontal scroll bar as well. The only side effect seems to be putting text as one word per line on the innermost quotes.

    What happen?

    Somebody set us up the quote.

    How are you gentlemen?

    All your browser are belong to us.

    ๐Ÿ˜›

    lol, that had to come.

    Current number of HTML tags: 5830 (reset by the page break) Come on people, we got to break 10000!

    By the way I get a blank screen on firefox once I scrolled down enough. The screen returns when I release the scroll button. Anyone else with that effect?

    I get that, but I have to refresh the page before I get my screen back. And all of my innermost quotes are un-nested and off the right side of the page. I think Firefox really has lost this competition.

    I got the same here. Then again, the forum software is a WTF (as we all know), so that doesn't mean much.

    Ooh, can I spam too?

    Yes, indeed you can.

    You have no chance to render make your time.

    Take off every 'Div'.

    You know what you doing?

    Move 'Div'.

    For great W3C.


    I think it's using <blockquote>s for the quotes, not <div>s ๐Ÿ™‚ (I haven't checked, though).
    Anyways... This page is almost 400 KB, and there's 4535 validation errors :o
    It's using DIV and BLOCKQUOTE tags.

    Fun. In Konqueror, it displays (with a horizontal scrollbar, as it should), but the innermost quote blocks and text have overflowed out to the right of their parent. (I'm not sure if this should happen, but most likely Konqueror and Firefox are doing the standards-compliant thing and IE is subtly broken. It has been known to have some bugs in this area

    Result: Failed validation, 6147 errors
    I'm not sure how big the page is now, in terms of KB or HTML tags, but 'it's beginning to slow my browser down just a little bit.

    Firefox's page info reports that we've hit half a MB...

    This is madness, Madness I tells you!!

    BTW: that composite image I mentioned further up the page: 1178 x 5479 (126 kb)... Abandon hope, all ye who load it. http://i163.photobucket.com/albums/t293/James_Penk/WTF_Composite.png

    11995 HTML tags! We got a breakthrough!

    Also kudos for that image. I have a new desktop background now...

    Your welcome.

    BTW: Did you rotate the image and have a stupidly wide monitor, or do you have a stupidly tall monitor and leave the image in it's original orientation?

    (I have a vision of a monitor so large it takes up an *entire* wall. ๐Ÿ™‚ )


    I'll add to it.

    Posting in a legendary thread.


    ^ win


    Win? Definitely ๐Ÿ™‚

    Big Rigs - You're Winner!
    (from Big Rigs: Over the Road Racing)

    The page is starting to F up my Linux laptop, keep going!

    This page is making my PC work overtime on rendering the page.. I know this because every time I click the link, my cooling fans scream into overdrive and I go deaf.

    Keep up the {good|bad|ugly} work.

    (Yes, I know I'm not funny, but I'm typing this at 0525H. and I haven't had a cuppa yet.)


    It stopped, finally!

    O RLY?


    It's long past broken on my computer (FF2 at 1280x800). Firebug won't show the innermost levels of this pile of replies, it gives up somewhere in the middle, just showing < </> instead of the tags that should be there.

    Opera's Developer Console doesn't give up, and except for about 5-second delay at startup, it works almost instantly...
    (DOM Snapshot doesn't seem to work though)

    FF2 is still going strong for me.

    http://rinkworks.com/stupid/cs_programming.shtml

    @That page said:


    /* This function is BOOL but actually returns TRUE,
    FALSE and -2 because I've no time to change it
    to int */

    Pffft... They should return File_Not_Found instead of -2

    I believe we finally know the numeric value of FILE_NOT_FOUND

    lol

    • Friend: "The program is written, and I'm debugging it."
    • Boss: "What's wrong with you people? You make programming more difficult than it needs to be. I have Frontpage Express to write web pages with, and when I write code with it, I never need to debug it. If you were as good of a programmer as me, you'd never need to debug either."

    • When I was studying programming, one of my classmates was having serious troubles with his program. When he asked me for help, I leaned over his screen and saw all of his code in comments. The reason: "Well, it compiles much faster that way."


    "Hey! I hate these Microsoft guys! What a rotten compiler! It only accepts 16,384 local variables in a function!"



    Thanks whoever posted the http://rinkworks.com/stupid/cs_programming.shtml link... It's quite funny ๐Ÿ™‚

    Has anyone seen this topic zoomed out to 20% in Opera? I didn't realise that there was this many replies :P:




    Ouch. I can't see all of that: FF2 insists on restricting the overall layout to window-width, so most of that is off to the right. It looks pretty stupid (well, more stupid) on the minimum text size, and still scrolls off to the side. I wonder how many more replies before it hits a megabyte (currently on 183K) for one page, or causes serious errors (stack overflow anyone?)?

    [/quote]

    I think we've hit FF2's nested tags limit, the inner quotes are all empty now. No "Infinite Cats Project"ย  in the middle ๐Ÿ˜ž

    [/quote]

    No, they're not empty. they've just been pushed off the edge of the screen.

    It's just that the post is that huge that by the time you reach the horizontal scroolbar, the bit you wanted to scroll through has disappeared upwards.

    But, anyway, this is getting slightly mad now. It takes me damn near five minutes to scroll down the page. :p
    ย 

    BTW: ~244.7Kbย 



  • @Control_Alt_Kaboom said:

    @Thief^ said:
    @LightningDragon said:
    @Daniel15 said:
    @Mal1024 said:
    @Mal1024 said:
    @PSWorx said:
    @rdrunner said:
    @PSWorx said:
    @Mal1024 said:
    @Veinor said:
    @ender said:
    @ender said:
    @LightningDragon said:
    @Control_Alt_Kaboom said:
    @fbjon said:
    @Control_Alt_Kaboom said:
    @Mal1024 said:
    @Daniel15 said:
    @foxyshadis said:

    ^ fail

    @GizmoC said:

    @luketheduke said:
    @Control_Alt_Kaboom said:
    @PSWorx said:
    @Control_Alt_Kaboom said:
    @Thief^ said:
    @Control_Alt_Kaboom said:
    @makomk said:
    @Mal1024 said:
    @Daniel15 said:
    @Veinor said:
    @Fred Foobar said:
    @Mal1024 said:
    @Veinor said:
    @BradleyS said:
    @PSWorx said:
    @Control_Alt_Kaboom said:
    @SomebodyElse said:
    @GettinSadda said:
    @Daniel15 said:
    @PSWorx said:
    @DigitalXeron said:
    @Daniel15 said:
    @Daniel15 said:
    @Thief^ said:
    @Amackera said:
    @Treeki said:

    @ender said:

    @PSWorx said:
    @XIU said:
    @PSWorx said:
    @Treeki said:
    @AI0867 said:
    @RaspenJho said:
    @newfweiler said:
    @operagost said:
    @Cratig said:
    @DaveK said:
    @XIU said:
    @Zecc said:
    @Thief^ said:
    @Nandurius said:
    @ammoQ said:
    @Daniel15 said:
    @Daniel15 said:
    @viraptor said:
    @Daniel15 said:
    @PsychoCoder said:
    @DaBookshah said:
    @tster said:
    @PsychoCoder said:
    @SamuelDr said:
    [quote user="joe.edwards@imaginuity.com"]@PsychoCoder said:
    @Veinor said:
    @alostpacket said:
    @Veinor said:
    @halcyon said:
    @PsychoCoder said:
    @Tatiano said:
    @Harsh said:
    @PSWorx said:
    @SamuelDr said:
    @PSWorx said:
    @Amackera said:
    @PSWorx said:
    @Amackera said:
    [quote user="joe.edwards@imaginuity.com"]The Infinite Cat Project
    Lolcats pales in comparison! s this
    Infinite quote project?
    Yup
    heh heh
    Thats what I get for not scrolling down far enough (disregard my previous post)
    How long until it blows up, I wonder?
    I dunno.
    soonish
    well, the innermost quote box will eventually need to shrink to zero size.
    Well at the rate we're going it's not going to take long hehe
    It feels cool to have my post at the center of all this.
    The reply page looks really strange
    Well thats because we have an InifnitePost Syndrome going on here
    Are we there yet?
    We have to be getting close by now, right?
    Nearly there, I guess. /me will throw a /me in just for fun (watch what happens when you quote it :P)
    Dunno - trying.
    The name after the / me changes to your name, rather than staying as mine (as it should - And does in SMF :))
    I think we've just about blown it up - The innermost quote box is all squashed on my 1280x800 screen ๐Ÿ˜›
    I wonder if I should do something about that - isn't it my duty as a moderator to stop such an abuse?
    Good thing I just got a wide screen monitor. Looks fine here.
    OMG it's gone mad.
    Come on! Stop it already!
    Good browser test ๐Ÿ˜›
    Reminds me of a Usenet Meow cascade!
    I'll join in as well for the fun of it, it's also a good test for CS - See if there is a limit on quote blocks! Scroll scroll scroll your bar, gently down the screen. Merrily merrily merrily merrily,...... erm... don't know how to finish it!
    Life is Paula Beans?
    Is this building to a punchline?
    I think it's building to a stack-overflow...
    I'd say it's broken already
    Join me on a scenic tour of The Quote Pyramid, housing ancient relics mentions of stuff like Lolcats and /me tests!
    Edgar the Eightball says: /me is stupid!
    Still working on 1920x1200
    Number of HTML tags this document consists of: 9320
    Scrolling down real quick gave me a headache -but typing this reply seems to cause even greater headache, since every time I press a key, the window either jumps up to the start of previous post, or back down to the editbox - really weird.
    Firefox messes up sometimes if I try to view the later posts in Page 1.

    edit: Blah! Lost the quote. Readded it in edit.

    The WTF'ery is strong with this one!

    As I said earlier (but it seems to have been lost from the quote tree) it works perfectly in IE7. In Firefox the inner divs are outside their parents and the text overflows the quote box it's supposed to be in, but in IE7 it's all fine.

    I can't believe IE7 wins at something.


    You're Winner!


    Interesting... The / me is broken
    I'll try it here: /me says that this is a test


    On Opera the post grows a horizontal scrollbar

    The / me thing is strange...


    Yeah, I noticed the scroll bar - I guess the whole post is inside a div with a style of "overflow: auto" (although I haven't checked this)
    And yeah, the /me thing is definitely strange... I'm not sure whether it's a bug, or a "feature" (don't process /me on posts with lots of quotes?)
    Oops! replied to the wrong one...

    I suspect that the code carefully avoids expanding /me in quoted text, but gets confused by huge quote depths and gives up!

    Ok, I'll join in. IE7 Grows a horizontal scroll bar as well. The only side effect seems to be putting text as one word per line on the innermost quotes.

    What happen?

    Somebody set us up the quote.

    How are you gentlemen?

    All your browser are belong to us.

    ๐Ÿ˜›

    lol, that had to come.

    Current number of HTML tags: 5830 (reset by the page break) Come on people, we got to break 10000!

    By the way I get a blank screen on firefox once I scrolled down enough. The screen returns when I release the scroll button. Anyone else with that effect?

    I get that, but I have to refresh the page before I get my screen back. And all of my innermost quotes are un-nested and off the right side of the page. I think Firefox really has lost this competition.

    I got the same here. Then again, the forum software is a WTF (as we all know), so that doesn't mean much.

    Ooh, can I spam too?

    Yes, indeed you can.

    You have no chance to render make your time.

    Take off every 'Div'.

    You know what you doing?

    Move 'Div'.

    For great W3C.


    I think it's using <blockquote>s for the quotes, not <div>s ๐Ÿ™‚ (I haven't checked, though).
    Anyways... This page is almost 400 KB, and there's 4535 validation errors :o
    It's using DIV and BLOCKQUOTE tags.

    Fun. In Konqueror, it displays (with a horizontal scrollbar, as it should), but the innermost quote blocks and text have overflowed out to the right of their parent. (I'm not sure if this should happen, but most likely Konqueror and Firefox are doing the standards-compliant thing and IE is subtly broken. It has been known to have some bugs in this area

    Result: Failed validation, 6147 errors
    I'm not sure how big the page is now, in terms of KB or HTML tags, but 'it's beginning to slow my browser down just a little bit.

    Firefox's page info reports that we've hit half a MB...

    This is madness, Madness I tells you!!

    BTW: that composite image I mentioned further up the page: 1178 x 5479 (126 kb)... Abandon hope, all ye who load it. http://i163.photobucket.com/albums/t293/James_Penk/WTF_Composite.png

    11995 HTML tags! We got a breakthrough!

    Also kudos for that image. I have a new desktop background now...

    Your welcome.

    BTW: Did you rotate the image and have a stupidly wide monitor, or do you have a stupidly tall monitor and leave the image in it's original orientation?

    (I have a vision of a monitor so large it takes up an *entire* wall. ๐Ÿ™‚ )


    I'll add to it.

    Posting in a legendary thread.


    ^ win


    Win? Definitely ๐Ÿ™‚

    Big Rigs - You're Winner!
    (from Big Rigs: Over the Road Racing)

    The page is starting to F up my Linux laptop, keep going!

    This page is making my PC work overtime on rendering the page.. I know this because every time I click the link, my cooling fans scream into overdrive and I go deaf.

    Keep up the {good|bad|ugly} work.

    (Yes, I know I'm not funny, but I'm typing this at 0525H. and I haven't had a cuppa yet.)


    It stopped, finally!

    O RLY?


    It's long past broken on my computer (FF2 at 1280x800). Firebug won't show the innermost levels of this pile of replies, it gives up somewhere in the middle, just showing < </> instead of the tags that should be there.

    Opera's Developer Console doesn't give up, and except for about 5-second delay at startup, it works almost instantly...
    (DOM Snapshot doesn't seem to work though)

    FF2 is still going strong for me.

    http://rinkworks.com/stupid/cs_programming.shtml

    @That page said:


    /* This function is BOOL but actually returns TRUE,
    FALSE and -2 because I've no time to change it
    to int */

    Pffft... They should return File_Not_Found instead of -2

    I believe we finally know the numeric value of FILE_NOT_FOUND

    lol

    • Friend: "The program is written, and I'm debugging it."
    • Boss: "What's wrong with you people? You make programming more difficult than it needs to be. I have Frontpage Express to write web pages with, and when I write code with it, I never need to debug it. If you were as good of a programmer as me, you'd never need to debug either."

    • When I was studying programming, one of my classmates was having serious troubles with his program. When he asked me for help, I leaned over his screen and saw all of his code in comments. The reason: "Well, it compiles much faster that way."


    "Hey! I hate these Microsoft guys! What a rotten compiler! It only accepts 16,384 local variables in a function!"



    Thanks whoever posted the http://rinkworks.com/stupid/cs_programming.shtml link... It's quite funny ๐Ÿ™‚

    Has anyone seen this topic zoomed out to 20% in Opera? I didn't realise that there was this many replies :P:




    Ouch. I can't see all of that: FF2 insists on restricting the overall layout to window-width, so most of that is off to the right. It looks pretty stupid (well, more stupid) on the minimum text size, and still scrolls off to the side. I wonder how many more replies before it hits a megabyte (currently on 183K) for one page, or causes serious errors (stack overflow anyone?)?

    I think we've hit FF2's nested tags limit, the inner quotes are all empty now. No "Infinite Cats Project"ย  in the middle ๐Ÿ˜ž

    [/quote]

    No, they're not empty. they've just been pushed off the edge of the screen.

    It's just that the post is that huge that by the time you reach the horizontal scroolbar, the bit you wanted to scroll through has disappeared upwards.

    But, anyway, this is getting slightly mad now. It takes me damn near five minutes to scroll down the page. :p
    ย 

    BTW: ~244.7Kbย 

    [/quote]

    How did you miss the horizontal scrollbar? You can scroll across and look at the center quotes, but the original doesn't show (it was a link to the infinite cats project). A view source shows that the text is still there, just FF won't parse that deep.

    EDIT: Ok, now it's broken, the open quote and close quote tags aren't matching up, people are getting credited with the wrong posts and my post is outside the post frame.



  • @Thief^ said:

    @Control_Alt_Kaboom said:
    @Thief^ said:
    @LightningDragon said:
    @Daniel15 said:
    @Mal1024 said:
    @Mal1024 said:
    @PSWorx said:
    @rdrunner said:
    @PSWorx said:
    @Mal1024 said:
    @Veinor said:
    @ender said:
    @ender said:
    @LightningDragon said:
    @Control_Alt_Kaboom said:
    @fbjon said:
    @Control_Alt_Kaboom said:
    @Mal1024 said:
    @Daniel15 said:
    @foxyshadis said:

    ^ fail

    @GizmoC said:

    @luketheduke said:
    @Control_Alt_Kaboom said:
    @PSWorx said:
    @Control_Alt_Kaboom said:
    @Thief^ said:
    @Control_Alt_Kaboom said:
    @makomk said:
    @Mal1024 said:
    @Daniel15 said:
    @Veinor said:
    @Fred Foobar said:
    @Mal1024 said:
    @Veinor said:
    @BradleyS said:
    @PSWorx said:
    @Control_Alt_Kaboom said:
    @SomebodyElse said:
    @GettinSadda said:
    @Daniel15 said:
    @PSWorx said:
    @DigitalXeron said:
    @Daniel15 said:
    @Daniel15 said:
    @Thief^ said:
    @Amackera said:
    @Treeki said:

    @ender said:

    @PSWorx said:
    @XIU said:
    @PSWorx said:
    @Treeki said:
    @AI0867 said:
    @RaspenJho said:
    @newfweiler said:
    @operagost said:
    @Cratig said:
    @DaveK said:
    @XIU said:
    @Zecc said:
    @Thief^ said:
    @Nandurius said:
    @ammoQ said:
    @Daniel15 said:
    @Daniel15 said:
    @viraptor said:
    @Daniel15 said:
    @PsychoCoder said:
    @DaBookshah said:
    @tster said:
    @PsychoCoder said:
    @SamuelDr said:
    [quote user="joe.edwards@imaginuity.com"]@PsychoCoder said:
    @Veinor said:
    @alostpacket said:
    @Veinor said:
    @halcyon said:
    @PsychoCoder said:
    @Tatiano said:
    @Harsh said:
    @PSWorx said:
    @SamuelDr said:
    @PSWorx said:
    @Amackera said:
    @PSWorx said:
    @Amackera said:
    [quote user="joe.edwards@imaginuity.com"]The Infinite Cat Project
    Lolcats pales in comparison! s this
    Infinite quote project?
    Yup
    heh heh
    Thats what I get for not scrolling down far enough (disregard my previous post)
    How long until it blows up, I wonder?
    I dunno.
    soonish
    well, the innermost quote box will eventually need to shrink to zero size.
    Well at the rate we're going it's not going to take long hehe
    It feels cool to have my post at the center of all this.
    The reply page looks really strange
    Well thats because we have an InifnitePost Syndrome going on here
    Are we there yet?
    We have to be getting close by now, right?
    Nearly there, I guess. /me will throw a /me in just for fun (watch what happens when you quote it :P)
    Dunno - trying.
    The name after the / me changes to your name, rather than staying as mine (as it should - And does in SMF :))
    I think we've just about blown it up - The innermost quote box is all squashed on my 1280x800 screen ๐Ÿ˜›
    I wonder if I should do something about that - isn't it my duty as a moderator to stop such an abuse?
    Good thing I just got a wide screen monitor. Looks fine here.
    OMG it's gone mad.
    Come on! Stop it already!
    Good browser test ๐Ÿ˜›
    Reminds me of a Usenet Meow cascade!
    I'll join in as well for the fun of it, it's also a good test for CS - See if there is a limit on quote blocks! Scroll scroll scroll your bar, gently down the screen. Merrily merrily merrily merrily,...... erm... don't know how to finish it!
    Life is Paula Beans?
    Is this building to a punchline?
    I think it's building to a stack-overflow...
    I'd say it's broken already
    Join me on a scenic tour of The Quote Pyramid, housing ancient relics mentions of stuff like Lolcats and /me tests!
    Edgar the Eightball says: /me is stupid!
    Still working on 1920x1200
    Number of HTML tags this document consists of: 9320
    Scrolling down real quick gave me a headache -but typing this reply seems to cause even greater headache, since every time I press a key, the window either jumps up to the start of previous post, or back down to the editbox - really weird.
    Firefox messes up sometimes if I try to view the later posts in Page 1.

    edit: Blah! Lost the quote. Readded it in edit.

    The WTF'ery is strong with this one!

    As I said earlier (but it seems to have been lost from the quote tree) it works perfectly in IE7. In Firefox the inner divs are outside their parents and the text overflows the quote box it's supposed to be in, but in IE7 it's all fine.

    I can't believe IE7 wins at something.


    You're Winner!


    Interesting... The / me is broken
    I'll try it here: /me says that this is a test


    On Opera the post grows a horizontal scrollbar

    The / me thing is strange...


    Yeah, I noticed the scroll bar - I guess the whole post is inside a div with a style of "overflow: auto" (although I haven't checked this)
    And yeah, the /me thing is definitely strange... I'm not sure whether it's a bug, or a "feature" (don't process /me on posts with lots of quotes?)
    Oops! replied to the wrong one...

    I suspect that the code carefully avoids expanding /me in quoted text, but gets confused by huge quote depths and gives up!

    Ok, I'll join in. IE7 Grows a horizontal scroll bar as well. The only side effect seems to be putting text as one word per line on the innermost quotes.

    What happen?

    Somebody set us up the quote.

    How are you gentlemen?

    All your browser are belong to us.

    ๐Ÿ˜›

    lol, that had to come.

    Current number of HTML tags: 5830 (reset by the page break) Come on people, we got to break 10000!

    By the way I get a blank screen on firefox once I scrolled down enough. The screen returns when I release the scroll button. Anyone else with that effect?

    I get that, but I have to refresh the page before I get my screen back. And all of my innermost quotes are un-nested and off the right side of the page. I think Firefox really has lost this competition.

    I got the same here. Then again, the forum software is a WTF (as we all know), so that doesn't mean much.

    Ooh, can I spam too?

    Yes, indeed you can.

    You have no chance to render make your time.

    Take off every 'Div'.

    You know what you doing?

    Move 'Div'.

    For great W3C.


    I think it's using <blockquote>s for the quotes, not <div>s ๐Ÿ™‚ (I haven't checked, though).
    Anyways... This page is almost 400 KB, and there's 4535 validation errors :o
    It's using DIV and BLOCKQUOTE tags.

    Fun. In Konqueror, it displays (with a horizontal scrollbar, as it should), but the innermost quote blocks and text have overflowed out to the right of their parent. (I'm not sure if this should happen, but most likely Konqueror and Firefox are doing the standards-compliant thing and IE is subtly broken. It has been known to have some bugs in this area

    Result: Failed validation, 6147 errors
    I'm not sure how big the page is now, in terms of KB or HTML tags, but 'it's beginning to slow my browser down just a little bit.

    Firefox's page info reports that we've hit half a MB...

    This is madness, Madness I tells you!!

    BTW: that composite image I mentioned further up the page: 1178 x 5479 (126 kb)... Abandon hope, all ye who load it. http://i163.photobucket.com/albums/t293/James_Penk/WTF_Composite.png

    11995 HTML tags! We got a breakthrough!

    Also kudos for that image. I have a new desktop background now...

    Your welcome.

    BTW: Did you rotate the image and have a stupidly wide monitor, or do you have a stupidly tall monitor and leave the image in it's original orientation?

    (I have a vision of a monitor so large it takes up an *entire* wall. ๐Ÿ™‚ )


    I'll add to it.

    Posting in a legendary thread.


    ^ win


    Win? Definitely ๐Ÿ™‚

    Big Rigs - You're Winner!
    (from Big Rigs: Over the Road Racing)

    The page is starting to F up my Linux laptop, keep going!

    This page is making my PC work overtime on rendering the page.. I know this because every time I click the link, my cooling fans scream into overdrive and I go deaf.

    Keep up the {good|bad|ugly} work.

    (Yes, I know I'm not funny, but I'm typing this at 0525H. and I haven't had a cuppa yet.)


    It stopped, finally!

    O RLY?


    It's long past broken on my computer (FF2 at 1280x800). Firebug won't show the innermost levels of this pile of replies, it gives up somewhere in the middle, just showing < </> instead of the tags that should be there.

    Opera's Developer Console doesn't give up, and except for about 5-second delay at startup, it works almost instantly...
    (DOM Snapshot doesn't seem to work though)

    FF2 is still going strong for me.

    http://rinkworks.com/stupid/cs_programming.shtml

    @That page said:


    /* This function is BOOL but actually returns TRUE,
    FALSE and -2 because I've no time to change it
    to int */

    Pffft... They should return File_Not_Found instead of -2

    I believe we finally know the numeric value of FILE_NOT_FOUND

    lol

    • Friend: "The program is written, and I'm debugging it."
    • Boss: "What's wrong with you people? You make programming more difficult than it needs to be. I have Frontpage Express to write web pages with, and when I write code with it, I never need to debug it. If you were as good of a programmer as me, you'd never need to debug either."

    • When I was studying programming, one of my classmates was having serious troubles with his program. When he asked me for help, I leaned over his screen and saw all of his code in comments. The reason: "Well, it compiles much faster that way."


    "Hey! I hate these Microsoft guys! What a rotten compiler! It only accepts 16,384 local variables in a function!"



    Thanks whoever posted the http://rinkworks.com/stupid/cs_programming.shtml link... It's quite funny ๐Ÿ™‚

    Has anyone seen this topic zoomed out to 20% in Opera? I didn't realise that there was this many replies :P:




    Ouch. I can't see all of that: FF2 insists on restricting the overall layout to window-width, so most of that is off to the right. It looks pretty stupid (well, more stupid) on the minimum text size, and still scrolls off to the side. I wonder how many more replies before it hits a megabyte (currently on 183K) for one page, or causes serious errors (stack overflow anyone?)?

    I think we've hit FF2's nested tags limit, the inner quotes are all empty now. No "Infinite Cats Project"ย  in the middle ๐Ÿ˜ž

    No, they're not empty. they've just been pushed off the edge of the screen.

    It's just that the post is that huge that by the time you reach the horizontal scroolbar, the bit you wanted to scroll through has disappeared upwards.

    But, anyway, this is getting slightly mad now. It takes me damn near five minutes to scroll down the page. :p
    ย 

    BTW: ~244.7Kbย 

    [/quote]

    Thief^: How did you miss the horizontal scrollbar? You can scroll across and look at the center quotes, but the original doesn't show (it was a link to the infinite cats project). A view source shows that the text is still there, just FF won't parse that deep.

    EDIT: Ok, now it's broken, the open quote and close quote tags aren't matching up, people are getting credited with the wrong posts and my post is outside the post frame.

    [/quote]


    Random832: View selection source (which generates source based on the DOM tree) still shows the original text (which hasn't been a link for quite some time even in posts where it is visible, but the text "infinite cats project" shows), so it's still being parsed. There may be some nested box limit, have we reached some magic number of quote levels recently?





  • Re: Youtube 0.1 - an analysis

    Data is based on the post I'm replying to.

    Thief^: LightningDragon: Daniel15: Mal1024: Mal1024: PSWorx: rdrunner: PSWorx: Mal1024: Veinor: ender: ender: LightningDragon: Control_Alt_Kaboom: fbjon: Control_Alt_Kaboom: Mal1024: Daniel15: foxyshadis: ^ fail -- GizmoC: luketheduke: Control_Alt_Kaboom: PSWorx: Control_Alt_Kaboom: Thief^: Control_Alt_Kaboom: makomk: Mal1024: Daniel15: Veinor: Fred Foobar: Mal1024: Veinor: BradleyS: PSWorx: Control_Alt_Kaboom: SomebodyElse: GettinSadda: Daniel15: PSWorx: DigitalXeron: Daniel15: Daniel15: Thief^: Amackera: Treeki: ender: PSWorx: XIU: PSWorx: Treeki: AI0867: RaspenJho: newfweiler: operagost: Cratig: DaveK: XIU: Zecc: Thief^: Nandurius: ammoQ: Daniel15: Daniel15: viraptor: Daniel15: PsychoCoder: DaBookshah: tster: PsychoCoder: SamuelDr: joe.edwards@imaginuity.com: PsychoCoder: Veinor: alostpacket: Veinor: [Note: After this point, names don't appear in bold. 76 attributions.] halcyon: PsychoCoder: Tatiano: Harsh: [Note: After this point, nothing is visible, though it still copies to clipboard. 4 attributions, total 80] PSWorx: SamuelDr: PSWorx: Amackera: PSWorx: Amackera: joe.edwards@imaginuity.com: [7 attributions, total 87] The Infinite Cat Project -- Lolcats pales in comparison! s this [Note: After this point, stuff is visible again. 7 attributions and 2 posts were invisible.] -- Infinite quote project? Yup heh heh Thats what I get -- [etc...]

    ย EDIT: As of before I made my last edit, document.height was 341268 pixels.
    ย 



  • @Random832 said:

    @Thief^ said:
    @Control_Alt_Kaboom said:
    @Thief^ said:
    @LightningDragon said:
    @Daniel15 said:
    @Mal1024 said:
    @Mal1024 said:
    @PSWorx said:
    @rdrunner said:
    @PSWorx said:
    @Mal1024 said:
    @Veinor said:
    @ender said:
    @ender said:
    @LightningDragon said:
    @Control_Alt_Kaboom said:
    @fbjon said:
    @Control_Alt_Kaboom said:
    @Mal1024 said:
    @Daniel15 said:
    @foxyshadis said:

    ^ fail

    @GizmoC said:

    @luketheduke said:
    @Control_Alt_Kaboom said:
    @PSWorx said:
    @Control_Alt_Kaboom said:
    @Thief^ said:
    @Control_Alt_Kaboom said:
    @makomk said:
    @Mal1024 said:
    @Daniel15 said:
    @Veinor said:
    @Fred Foobar said:
    @Mal1024 said:
    @Veinor said:
    @BradleyS said:
    @PSWorx said:
    @Control_Alt_Kaboom said:
    @SomebodyElse said:
    @GettinSadda said:
    @Daniel15 said:
    @PSWorx said:
    @DigitalXeron said:
    @Daniel15 said:
    @Daniel15 said:
    @Thief^ said:
    @Amackera said:
    @Treeki said:

    @ender said:

    @PSWorx said:
    @XIU said:
    @PSWorx said:
    @Treeki said:
    @AI0867 said:
    @RaspenJho said:
    @newfweiler said:
    @operagost said:
    @Cratig said:
    @DaveK said:
    @XIU said:
    @Zecc said:
    @Thief^ said:
    @Nandurius said:
    @ammoQ said:
    @Daniel15 said:
    @Daniel15 said:
    @viraptor said:
    @Daniel15 said:
    @PsychoCoder said:
    @DaBookshah said:
    @tster said:
    @PsychoCoder said:
    @SamuelDr said:
    [quote user="joe.edwards@imaginuity.com"]@PsychoCoder said:
    @Veinor said:
    @alostpacket said:
    @Veinor said:
    @halcyon said:
    @PsychoCoder said:
    @Tatiano said:
    @Harsh said:
    @PSWorx said:
    @SamuelDr said:
    @PSWorx said:
    @Amackera said:
    @PSWorx said:
    @Amackera said:
    [quote user="joe.edwards@imaginuity.com"]The Infinite Cat Project
    Lolcats pales in comparison! s this
    Infinite quote project?
    Yup
    heh heh
    Thats what I get for not scrolling down far enough (disregard my previous post)
    How long until it blows up, I wonder?
    I dunno.
    soonish
    well, the innermost quote box will eventually need to shrink to zero size.
    Well at the rate we're going it's not going to take long hehe
    It feels cool to have my post at the center of all this.
    The reply page looks really strange
    Well thats because we have an InifnitePost Syndrome going on here
    Are we there yet?
    We have to be getting close by now, right?
    Nearly there, I guess. /me will throw a /me in just for fun (watch what happens when you quote it :P)
    Dunno - trying.
    The name after the / me changes to your name, rather than staying as mine (as it should - And does in SMF :))
    I think we've just about blown it up - The innermost quote box is all squashed on my 1280x800 screen ๐Ÿ˜›
    I wonder if I should do something about that - isn't it my duty as a moderator to stop such an abuse?
    Good thing I just got a wide screen monitor. Looks fine here.
    OMG it's gone mad.
    Come on! Stop it already!
    Good browser test ๐Ÿ˜›
    Reminds me of a Usenet Meow cascade!
    I'll join in as well for the fun of it, it's also a good test for CS - See if there is a limit on quote blocks! Scroll scroll scroll your bar, gently down the screen. Merrily merrily merrily merrily,...... erm... don't know how to finish it!
    Life is Paula Beans?
    Is this building to a punchline?
    I think it's building to a stack-overflow...
    I'd say it's broken already
    Join me on a scenic tour of The Quote Pyramid, housing ancient relics mentions of stuff like Lolcats and /me tests!
    Edgar the Eightball says: /me is stupid!
    Still working on 1920x1200
    Number of HTML tags this document consists of: 9320
    Scrolling down real quick gave me a headache -but typing this reply seems to cause even greater headache, since every time I press a key, the window either jumps up to the start of previous post, or back down to the editbox - really weird.
    Firefox messes up sometimes if I try to view the later posts in Page 1.

    edit: Blah! Lost the quote. Readded it in edit.

    The WTF'ery is strong with this one!

    As I said earlier (but it seems to have been lost from the quote tree) it works perfectly in IE7. In Firefox the inner divs are outside their parents and the text overflows the quote box it's supposed to be in, but in IE7 it's all fine.

    I can't believe IE7 wins at something.


    You're Winner!


    Interesting... The / me is broken
    I'll try it here: /me says that this is a test


    On Opera the post grows a horizontal scrollbar

    The / me thing is strange...


    Yeah, I noticed the scroll bar - I guess the whole post is inside a div with a style of "overflow: auto" (although I haven't checked this)
    And yeah, the /me thing is definitely strange... I'm not sure whether it's a bug, or a "feature" (don't process /me on posts with lots of quotes?)
    Oops! replied to the wrong one...

    I suspect that the code carefully avoids expanding /me in quoted text, but gets confused by huge quote depths and gives up!

    Ok, I'll join in. IE7 Grows a horizontal scroll bar as well. The only side effect seems to be putting text as one word per line on the innermost quotes.

    What happen?

    Somebody set us up the quote.

    How are you gentlemen?

    All your browser are belong to us.

    ๐Ÿ˜›

    lol, that had to come.

    Current number of HTML tags: 5830 (reset by the page break) Come on people, we got to break 10000!

    By the way I get a blank screen on firefox once I scrolled down enough. The screen returns when I release the scroll button. Anyone else with that effect?

    I get that, but I have to refresh the page before I get my screen back. And all of my innermost quotes are un-nested and off the right side of the page. I think Firefox really has lost this competition.

    I got the same here. Then again, the forum software is a WTF (as we all know), so that doesn't mean much.

    Ooh, can I spam too?

    Yes, indeed you can.

    You have no chance to render make your time.

    Take off every 'Div'.

    You know what you doing?

    Move 'Div'.

    For great W3C.


    I think it's using <blockquote>s for the quotes, not <div>s ๐Ÿ™‚ (I haven't checked, though).
    Anyways... This page is almost 400 KB, and there's 4535 validation errors :o
    It's using DIV and BLOCKQUOTE tags.

    Fun. In Konqueror, it displays (with a horizontal scrollbar, as it should), but the innermost quote blocks and text have overflowed out to the right of their parent. (I'm not sure if this should happen, but most likely Konqueror and Firefox are doing the standards-compliant thing and IE is subtly broken. It has been known to have some bugs in this area

    Result: Failed validation, 6147 errors
    I'm not sure how big the page is now, in terms of KB or HTML tags, but 'it's beginning to slow my browser down just a little bit.

    Firefox's page info reports that we've hit half a MB...

    This is madness, Madness I tells you!!

    BTW: that composite image I mentioned further up the page: 1178 x 5479 (126 kb)... Abandon hope, all ye who load it. http://i163.photobucket.com/albums/t293/James_Penk/WTF_Composite.png

    11995 HTML tags! We got a breakthrough!

    Also kudos for that image. I have a new desktop background now...

    Your welcome.

    BTW: Did you rotate the image and have a stupidly wide monitor, or do you have a stupidly tall monitor and leave the image in it's original orientation?

    (I have a vision of a monitor so large it takes up an *entire* wall. ๐Ÿ™‚ )


    I'll add to it.

    Posting in a legendary thread.


    ^ win


    Win? Definitely ๐Ÿ™‚

    Big Rigs - You're Winner!
    (from Big Rigs: Over the Road Racing)

    The page is starting to F up my Linux laptop, keep going!

    This page is making my PC work overtime on rendering the page.. I know this because every time I click the link, my cooling fans scream into overdrive and I go deaf.

    Keep up the {good|bad|ugly} work.

    (Yes, I know I'm not funny, but I'm typing this at 0525H. and I haven't had a cuppa yet.)


    It stopped, finally!

    O RLY?


    It's long past broken on my computer (FF2 at 1280x800). Firebug won't show the innermost levels of this pile of replies, it gives up somewhere in the middle, just showing < </> instead of the tags that should be there.

    Opera's Developer Console doesn't give up, and except for about 5-second delay at startup, it works almost instantly...
    (DOM Snapshot doesn't seem to work though)

    FF2 is still going strong for me.

    http://rinkworks.com/stupid/cs_programming.shtml

    @That page said:


    /* This function is BOOL but actually returns TRUE,
    FALSE and -2 because I've no time to change it
    to int */

    Pffft... They should return File_Not_Found instead of -2

    I believe we finally know the numeric value of FILE_NOT_FOUND

    lol

    • Friend: "The program is written, and I'm debugging it."
    • Boss: "What's wrong with you people? You make programming more difficult than it needs to be. I have Frontpage Express to write web pages with, and when I write code with it, I never need to debug it. If you were as good of a programmer as me, you'd never need to debug either."

    • When I was studying programming, one of my classmates was having serious troubles with his program. When he asked me for help, I leaned over his screen and saw all of his code in comments. The reason: "Well, it compiles much faster that way."


    "Hey! I hate these Microsoft guys! What a rotten compiler! It only accepts 16,384 local variables in a function!"



    Thanks whoever posted the http://rinkworks.com/stupid/cs_programming.shtml link... It's quite funny ๐Ÿ™‚

    Has anyone seen this topic zoomed out to 20% in Opera? I didn't realise that there was this many replies :P:




    Ouch. I can't see all of that: FF2 insists on restricting the overall layout to window-width, so most of that is off to the right. It looks pretty stupid (well, more stupid) on the minimum text size, and still scrolls off to the side. I wonder how many more replies before it hits a megabyte (currently on 183K) for one page, or causes serious errors (stack overflow anyone?)?

    I think we've hit FF2's nested tags limit, the inner quotes are all empty now. No "Infinite Cats Project"ย  in the middle ๐Ÿ˜ž

    No, they're not empty. they've just been pushed off the edge of the screen.

    It's just that the post is that huge that by the time you reach the horizontal scroolbar, the bit you wanted to scroll through has disappeared upwards.

    But, anyway, this is getting slightly mad now. It takes me damn near five minutes to scroll down the page. :p
    ย 

    BTW: ~244.7Kbย 

    Thief^: How did you miss the horizontal scrollbar? You can scroll across and look at the center quotes, but the original doesn't show (it was a link to the infinite cats project). A view source shows that the text is still there, just FF won't parse that deep.

    EDIT: Ok, now it's broken, the open quote and close quote tags aren't matching up, people are getting credited with the wrong posts and my post is outside the post frame.

    [/quote]


    Random832: View selection source (which generates source based on the DOM tree) still shows the original text (which hasn't been a link for quite some time even in posts where it is visible, but the text "infinite cats project" shows), so it's still being parsed. There may be some nested box limit, have we reached some magic number of quote levels recently?



    [/quote]

    ย 

    So we've reached a magic limit, but havn't broke anything.

    DAMN...

    I wonder how much more it would take to completely bring firefox to it's knees?

    Ok, new challenge. A cookie to the person who manages to get this thread to blow up my browser.ย 

    (This? A frivolous activity? nay, tis merely an extreme page rendering test.)ย 



  • @Control_Alt_Kaboom said:

    @Random832 said:
    @Thief^ said:
    @Control_Alt_Kaboom said:
    @Thief^ said:
    @LightningDragon said:
    @Daniel15 said:
    @Mal1024 said:
    @Mal1024 said:
    @PSWorx said:
    @rdrunner said:
    @PSWorx said:
    @Mal1024 said:
    @Veinor said:
    @ender said:
    @ender said:
    @LightningDragon said:
    @Control_Alt_Kaboom said:
    @fbjon said:
    @Control_Alt_Kaboom said:
    @Mal1024 said:
    @Daniel15 said:
    @foxyshadis said:

    ^ fail

    @GizmoC said:

    @luketheduke said:
    @Control_Alt_Kaboom said:
    @PSWorx said:
    @Control_Alt_Kaboom said:
    @Thief^ said:
    @Control_Alt_Kaboom said:
    @makomk said:
    @Mal1024 said:
    @Daniel15 said:
    @Veinor said:
    @Fred Foobar said:
    @Mal1024 said:
    @Veinor said:
    @BradleyS said:
    @PSWorx said:
    @Control_Alt_Kaboom said:
    @SomebodyElse said:
    @GettinSadda said:
    @Daniel15 said:
    @PSWorx said:
    @DigitalXeron said:
    @Daniel15 said:
    @Daniel15 said:
    @Thief^ said:
    @Amackera said:
    @Treeki said:

    @ender said:

    @PSWorx said:
    @XIU said:
    @PSWorx said:
    @Treeki said:
    @AI0867 said:
    @RaspenJho said:
    @newfweiler said:
    @operagost said:
    @Cratig said:
    @DaveK said:
    @XIU said:
    @Zecc said:
    @Thief^ said:
    @Nandurius said:
    @ammoQ said:
    @Daniel15 said:
    @Daniel15 said:
    @viraptor said:
    @Daniel15 said:
    @PsychoCoder said:
    @DaBookshah said:
    @tster said:
    @PsychoCoder said:
    @SamuelDr said:
    [quote user="joe.edwards@imaginuity.com"]@PsychoCoder said:
    @Veinor said:
    @alostpacket said:
    @Veinor said:
    @halcyon said:
    @PsychoCoder said:
    @Tatiano said:
    @Harsh said:
    @PSWorx said:
    @SamuelDr said:
    @PSWorx said:
    @Amackera said:
    @PSWorx said:
    @Amackera said:
    [quote user="joe.edwards@imaginuity.com"]The Infinite Cat Project
    Lolcats pales in comparison! s this
    Infinite quote project?
    Yup
    heh heh
    Thats what I get for not scrolling down far enough (disregard my previous post)
    How long until it blows up, I wonder?
    I dunno.
    soonish
    well, the innermost quote box will eventually need to shrink to zero size.
    Well at the rate we're going it's not going to take long hehe
    It feels cool to have my post at the center of all this.
    The reply page looks really strange
    Well thats because we have an InifnitePost Syndrome going on here
    Are we there yet?
    We have to be getting close by now, right?
    Nearly there, I guess. /me will throw a /me in just for fun (watch what happens when you quote it :P)
    Dunno - trying.
    The name after the / me changes to your name, rather than staying as mine (as it should - And does in SMF :))
    I think we've just about blown it up - The innermost quote box is all squashed on my 1280x800 screen ๐Ÿ˜›
    I wonder if I should do something about that - isn't it my duty as a moderator to stop such an abuse?
    Good thing I just got a wide screen monitor. Looks fine here.
    OMG it's gone mad.
    Come on! Stop it already!
    Good browser test ๐Ÿ˜›
    Reminds me of a Usenet Meow cascade!
    I'll join in as well for the fun of it, it's also a good test for CS - See if there is a limit on quote blocks! Scroll scroll scroll your bar, gently down the screen. Merrily merrily merrily merrily,...... erm... don't know how to finish it!
    Life is Paula Beans?
    Is this building to a punchline?
    I think it's building to a stack-overflow...
    I'd say it's broken already
    Join me on a scenic tour of The Quote Pyramid, housing ancient relics mentions of stuff like Lolcats and /me tests!
    Edgar the Eightball says: /me is stupid!
    Still working on 1920x1200
    Number of HTML tags this document consists of: 9320
    Scrolling down real quick gave me a headache -but typing this reply seems to cause even greater headache, since every time I press a key, the window either jumps up to the start of previous post, or back down to the editbox - really weird.
    Firefox messes up sometimes if I try to view the later posts in Page 1.

    edit: Blah! Lost the quote. Readded it in edit.

    The WTF'ery is strong with this one!

    As I said earlier (but it seems to have been lost from the quote tree) it works perfectly in IE7. In Firefox the inner divs are outside their parents and the text overflows the quote box it's supposed to be in, but in IE7 it's all fine.

    I can't believe IE7 wins at something.


    You're Winner!


    Interesting... The / me is broken
    I'll try it here: /me says that this is a test


    On Opera the post grows a horizontal scrollbar

    The / me thing is strange...


    Yeah, I noticed the scroll bar - I guess the whole post is inside a div with a style of "overflow: auto" (although I haven't checked this)
    And yeah, the /me thing is definitely strange... I'm not sure whether it's a bug, or a "feature" (don't process /me on posts with lots of quotes?)
    Oops! replied to the wrong one...

    I suspect that the code carefully avoids expanding /me in quoted text, but gets confused by huge quote depths and gives up!

    Ok, I'll join in. IE7 Grows a horizontal scroll bar as well. The only side effect seems to be putting text as one word per line on the innermost quotes.

    ย 

    What happen?

    Somebody set us up the quote.

    ย 

    How are you gentlemen?

    All your browser are belong to us.

    ย 

    ๐Ÿ˜›

    lol, that had to come.

    Current number of HTML tags: 5830 (reset by the page break) Come on people, we got to break 10000!

    By the way I get a blank screen on firefox once I scrolled down enough. The screen returns when I release the scroll button. Anyone else with that effect?

    ย 

    I get that, but I have to refresh the page before I get my screen back. And all of my innermost quotes are un-nested and off the right side of the page. I think Firefox really has lost this competition.

    I got the same here. Then again, the forum software is a WTF (as we all know), so that doesn't mean much.

    Ooh, can I spam too?

    Yes, indeed you can.

    You have no chance to render make your time.

    Take off every 'Div'.

    You know what you doing?

    Move 'Div'.

    For great W3C.


    I think it's using <blockquote>s for the quotes, not <div>s ๐Ÿ™‚ (I haven't checked, though).
    Anyways... This page is almost 400 KB, and there's 4535 validation errors :o
    It's using DIV and BLOCKQUOTE tags.

    Fun. In Konqueror, it displays (with a horizontal scrollbar, as it should), but the innermost quote blocks and text have overflowed out to the right of their parent. (I'm not sure if this should happen, but most likely Konqueror and Firefox are doing the standards-compliant thing and IE is subtly broken. It has been known to have some bugs in this area

    Result: Failed validation, 6147 errors
    I'm not sure how big the page is now, in terms of KB or HTML tags, but 'it's beginning to slow my browser down just a little bit.

    Firefox's page info reports that we've hit half a MB...

    ย 

    This is madness, Madness I tells you!!

    BTW: that composite image I mentioned further up the page: 1178 x 5479 (126 kb)... Abandon hope, all ye who load it. http://i163.photobucket.com/albums/t293/James_Penk/WTF_Composite.png

    11995 HTML tags! We got a breakthrough!

    Also kudos for that image. I have a new desktop background now...

    Your welcome.

    BTW: Did you rotate the image and have a stupidly wide monitor, or do you have a stupidly tall monitor and leave the image in it's original orientation?

    (I have a vision of a monitor so large it takes up an *entire* wall. ๐Ÿ™‚ )


    I'll add to it.

    Posting in a legendary thread.


    ^ win


    Win? Definitely ๐Ÿ™‚

    Big Rigs - You're Winner!
    (from Big Rigs: Over the Road Racing)

    The page is starting to F up my Linux laptop, keep going!

    This page is making my PC work overtime on rendering the page.. I know this because every time I click the link, my cooling fans scream into overdrive and I go deaf.

    Keep up the {good|bad|ugly} work.

    (Yes, I know I'm not funny, but I'm typing this at 0525H. and I haven't had a cuppa yet.)


    It stopped, finally!

    O RLY?


    It's long past broken on my computer (FF2 at 1280x800). Firebug won't show the innermost levels of this pile of replies, it gives up somewhere in the middle, just showing < </> instead of the tags that should be there.

    Opera's Developer Console doesn't give up, and except for about 5-second delay at startup, it works almost instantly...
    (DOM Snapshot doesn't seem to work though)

    FF2 is still going strong for me.

    http://rinkworks.com/stupid/cs_programming.shtml

    @That page said:


    /* This function is BOOL but actually returns TRUE,
    FALSE and -2 because I've no time to change it
    to int */

    Pffft... They should return File_Not_Found instead of -2

    I believe we finally know the numeric value of FILE_NOT_FOUND

    lol

    • Friend: "The program is written, and I'm debugging it."
    • Boss: "What's wrong with you people? You make programming more difficult than it needs to be. I have Frontpage Express to write web pages with, and when I write code with it, I never need to debug it. If you were as good of a programmer as me, you'd never need to debug either."

    • When I was studying programming, one of my classmates was having serious troubles with his program. When he asked me for help, I leaned over his screen and saw all of his code in comments. The reason: "Well, it compiles much faster that way."


    "Hey! I hate these Microsoft guys! What a rotten compiler! It only accepts 16,384 local variables in a function!"



    Thanks whoever posted the http://rinkworks.com/stupid/cs_programming.shtml link... It's quite funny ๐Ÿ™‚

    Has anyone seen this topic zoomed out to 20% in Opera? I didn't realise that there was this many replies :P:




    Ouch. I can't see all of that: FF2 insists on restricting the overall layout to window-width, so most of that is off to the right. It looks pretty stupid (well, more stupid) on the minimum text size, and still scrolls off to the side. I wonder how many more replies before it hits a megabyte (currently on 183K) for one page, or causes serious errors (stack overflow anyone?)?

    I think we've hit FF2's nested tags limit, the inner quotes are all empty now. No "Infinite Cats Project"ย  in the middle ๐Ÿ˜ž

    No, they're not empty. they've just been pushed off the edge of the screen.

    It's just that the post is that huge that by the time you reach the horizontal scroolbar, the bit you wanted to scroll through has disappeared upwards.

    But, anyway, this is getting slightly mad now. It takes me damn near five minutes to scroll down the page. :p
    ย 

    BTW: ~244.7Kbย 

    Thief^: How did you miss the horizontal scrollbar? You can scroll across and look at the center quotes, but the original doesn't show (it was a link to the infinite cats project). A view source shows that the text is still there, just FF won't parse that deep.

    EDIT: Ok, now it's broken, the open quote and close quote tags aren't matching up, people are getting credited with the wrong posts and my post is outside the post frame.


    Random832: View selection source (which generates source based on the DOM tree) still shows the original text (which hasn't been a link for quite some time even in posts where it is visible, but the text "infinite cats project" shows), so it's still being parsed. There may be some nested box limit, have we reached some magic number of quote levels recently?



    [/quote]

    ย 

    So we've reached a magic limit, but havn't broke anything.

    DAMN...

    I wonder how much more it would take to completely bring firefox to it's knees?

    Ok, new challenge. A cookie to the person who manages to get this thread to blow up my browser.ย 

    (This? A frivolous activity? nay, tis merely an extreme page rendering test.)ย 

    [/quote]

    Empire state quote!



  • @Ice^^Heat said:

    @Control_Alt_Kaboom said:
    @Random832 said:
    @Thief^ said:
    @Control_Alt_Kaboom said:
    @Thief^ said:
    @LightningDragon said:
    @Daniel15 said:
    @Mal1024 said:
    @Mal1024 said:
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    @rdrunner said:
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    @Control_Alt_Kaboom said:
    @fbjon said:
    @Control_Alt_Kaboom said:
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    @Daniel15 said:
    @foxyshadis said:

    ^ fail

    @GizmoC said:

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    @Control_Alt_Kaboom said:
    @Thief^ said:
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    @BradleyS said:
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    @SomebodyElse said:
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    @DigitalXeron said:
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    @Daniel15 said:
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    @PsychoCoder said:
    @DaBookshah said:
    @tster said:
    @PsychoCoder said:
    @SamuelDr said:
    [quote user="joe.edwards@imaginuity.com"]@PsychoCoder said:
    @Veinor said:
    @alostpacket said:
    @Veinor said:
    @halcyon said:
    @PsychoCoder said:
    @Tatiano said:
    @Harsh said:
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    @Amackera said:
    [quote user="joe.edwards@imaginuity.com"]The Infinite Cat Project
    Lolcats pales in comparison! s this
    Infinite quote project?
    Yup
    heh heh
    Thats what I get for not scrolling down far enough (disregard my previous post)
    How long until it blows up, I wonder?
    I dunno.
    soonish
    well, the innermost quote box will eventually need to shrink to zero size.
    Well at the rate we're going it's not going to take long hehe
    It feels cool to have my post at the center of all this.
    The reply page looks really strange
    Well thats because we have an InifnitePost Syndrome going on here
    Are we there yet?
    We have to be getting close by now, right?
    Nearly there, I guess. /me will throw a /me in just for fun (watch what happens when you quote it :P)
    Dunno - trying.
    The name after the / me changes to your name, rather than staying as mine (as it should - And does in SMF :))
    I think we've just about blown it up - The innermost quote box is all squashed on my 1280x800 screen ๐Ÿ˜›
    I wonder if I should do something about that - isn't it my duty as a moderator to stop such an abuse?
    Good thing I just got a wide screen monitor. Looks fine here.
    OMG it's gone mad.
    Come on! Stop it already!
    Good browser test ๐Ÿ˜›
    Reminds me of a Usenet Meow cascade!
    I'll join in as well for the fun of it, it's also a good test for CS - See if there is a limit on quote blocks! Scroll scroll scroll your bar, gently down the screen. Merrily merrily merrily merrily,...... erm... don't know how to finish it!
    Life is Paula Beans?
    Is this building to a punchline?
    I think it's building to a stack-overflow...
    I'd say it's broken already
    Join me on a scenic tour of The Quote Pyramid, housing ancient relics mentions of stuff like Lolcats and /me tests!
    Edgar the Eightball says: /me is stupid!
    Still working on 1920x1200
    Number of HTML tags this document consists of: 9320
    Scrolling down real quick gave me a headache -but typing this reply seems to cause even greater headache, since every time I press a key, the window either jumps up to the start of previous post, or back down to the editbox - really weird.
    Firefox messes up sometimes if I try to view the later posts in Page 1.

    edit: Blah! Lost the quote. Readded it in edit.

    The WTF'ery is strong with this one!

    As I said earlier (but it seems to have been lost from the quote tree) it works perfectly in IE7. In Firefox the inner divs are outside their parents and the text overflows the quote box it's supposed to be in, but in IE7 it's all fine.

    I can't believe IE7 wins at something.


    You're Winner!


    Interesting... The / me is broken
    I'll try it here: /me says that this is a test


    On Opera the post grows a horizontal scrollbar

    The / me thing is strange...


    Yeah, I noticed the scroll bar - I guess the whole post is inside a div with a style of "overflow: auto" (although I haven't checked this)
    And yeah, the /me thing is definitely strange... I'm not sure whether it's a bug, or a "feature" (don't process /me on posts with lots of quotes?)
    Oops! replied to the wrong one...

    I suspect that the code carefully avoids expanding /me in quoted text, but gets confused by huge quote depths and gives up!

    Ok, I'll join in. IE7 Grows a horizontal scroll bar as well. The only side effect seems to be putting text as one word per line on the innermost quotes.

    ย 

    What happen?

    Somebody set us up the quote.

    ย 

    How are you gentlemen?

    All your browser are belong to us.

    ย 

    ๐Ÿ˜›

    lol, that had to come.

    Current number of HTML tags: 5830 (reset by the page break) Come on people, we got to break 10000!

    By the way I get a blank screen on firefox once I scrolled down enough. The screen returns when I release the scroll button. Anyone else with that effect?

    ย 

    I get that, but I have to refresh the page before I get my screen back. And all of my innermost quotes are un-nested and off the right side of the page. I think Firefox really has lost this competition.

    I got the same here. Then again, the forum software is a WTF (as we all know), so that doesn't mean much.

    Ooh, can I spam too?

    Yes, indeed you can.

    You have no chance to render make your time.

    Take off every 'Div'.

    You know what you doing?

    Move 'Div'.

    For great W3C.


    I think it's using <blockquote>s for the quotes, not <div>s ๐Ÿ™‚ (I haven't checked, though).
    Anyways... This page is almost 400 KB, and there's 4535 validation errors :o
    It's using DIV and BLOCKQUOTE tags.

    Fun. In Konqueror, it displays (with a horizontal scrollbar, as it should), but the innermost quote blocks and text have overflowed out to the right of their parent. (I'm not sure if this should happen, but most likely Konqueror and Firefox are doing the standards-compliant thing and IE is subtly broken. It has been known to have some bugs in this area

    Result: Failed validation, 6147 errors
    I'm not sure how big the page is now, in terms of KB or HTML tags, but 'it's beginning to slow my browser down just a little bit.

    Firefox's page info reports that we've hit half a MB...

    ย 

    This is madness, Madness I tells you!!

    BTW: that composite image I mentioned further up the page: 1178 x 5479 (126 kb)... Abandon hope, all ye who load it. http://i163.photobucket.com/albums/t293/James_Penk/WTF_Composite.png

    11995 HTML tags! We got a breakthrough!

    Also kudos for that image. I have a new desktop background now...

    Your welcome.

    BTW: Did you rotate the image and have a stupidly wide monitor, or do you have a stupidly tall monitor and leave the image in it's original orientation?

    (I have a vision of a monitor so large it takes up an *entire* wall. ๐Ÿ™‚ )


    I'll add to it.

    Posting in a legendary thread.


    ^ win


    Win? Definitely ๐Ÿ™‚

    Big Rigs - You're Winner!
    (from Big Rigs: Over the Road Racing)

    The page is starting to F up my Linux laptop, keep going!

    This page is making my PC work overtime on rendering the page.. I know this because every time I click the link, my cooling fans scream into overdrive and I go deaf.

    Keep up the {good|bad|ugly} work.

    (Yes, I know I'm not funny, but I'm typing this at 0525H. and I haven't had a cuppa yet.)


    It stopped, finally!

    O RLY?


    It's long past broken on my computer (FF2 at 1280x800). Firebug won't show the innermost levels of this pile of replies, it gives up somewhere in the middle, just showing < </> instead of the tags that should be there.

    Opera's Developer Console doesn't give up, and except for about 5-second delay at startup, it works almost instantly...
    (DOM Snapshot doesn't seem to work though)

    FF2 is still going strong for me.

    http://rinkworks.com/stupid/cs_programming.shtml

    @That page said:


    /* This function is BOOL but actually returns TRUE,
    FALSE and -2 because I've no time to change it
    to int */

    Pffft... They should return File_Not_Found instead of -2

    I believe we finally know the numeric value of FILE_NOT_FOUND

    lol

    • Friend: "The program is written, and I'm debugging it."
    • Boss: "What's wrong with you people? You make programming more difficult than it needs to be. I have Frontpage Express to write web pages with, and when I write code with it, I never need to debug it. If you were as good of a programmer as me, you'd never need to debug either."

    • When I was studying programming, one of my classmates was having serious troubles with his program. When he asked me for help, I leaned over his screen and saw all of his code in comments. The reason: "Well, it compiles much faster that way."


    "Hey! I hate these Microsoft guys! What a rotten compiler! It only accepts 16,384 local variables in a function!"



    Thanks whoever posted the http://rinkworks.com/stupid/cs_programming.shtml link... It's quite funny ๐Ÿ™‚

    Has anyone seen this topic zoomed out to 20% in Opera? I didn't realise that there was this many replies :P:




    Ouch. I can't see all of that: FF2 insists on restricting the overall layout to window-width, so most of that is off to the right. It looks pretty stupid (well, more stupid) on the minimum text size, and still scrolls off to the side. I wonder how many more replies before it hits a megabyte (currently on 183K) for one page, or causes serious errors (stack overflow anyone?)?

    I think we've hit FF2's nested tags limit, the inner quotes are all empty now. No "Infinite Cats Project"ย  in the middle ๐Ÿ˜ž

    No, they're not empty. they've just been pushed off the edge of the screen.

    It's just that the post is that huge that by the time you reach the horizontal scroolbar, the bit you wanted to scroll through has disappeared upwards.

    But, anyway, this is getting slightly mad now. It takes me damn near five minutes to scroll down the page. :p
    ย 

    BTW: ~244.7Kbย 

    Thief^: How did you miss the horizontal scrollbar? You can scroll across and look at the center quotes, but the original doesn't show (it was a link to the infinite cats project). A view source shows that the text is still there, just FF won't parse that deep.

    EDIT: Ok, now it's broken, the open quote and close quote tags aren't matching up, people are getting credited with the wrong posts and my post is outside the post frame.


    Random832: View selection source (which generates source based on the DOM tree) still shows the original text (which hasn't been a link for quite some time even in posts where it is visible, but the text "infinite cats project" shows), so it's still being parsed. There may be some nested box limit, have we reached some magic number of quote levels recently?



    ย 

    So we've reached a magic limit, but havn't broke anything.

    DAMN...

    I wonder how much more it would take to completely bring firefox to it's knees?

    Ok, new challenge. A cookie to the person who manages to get this thread to blow up my browser.ย 

    (This? A frivolous activity? nay, tis merely an extreme page rendering test.)ย 

    [/quote]

    Empire state quote!

    [/quote]

    *distinct look of WTF (tm)*

    Empire state...

    eh?
    ย 



  • @Control_Alt_Kaboom said:

    @Ice^^Heat said:
    @Control_Alt_Kaboom said:
    @Random832 said:
    @Thief^ said:
    @Control_Alt_Kaboom said:
    @Thief^ said:
    @LightningDragon said:
    @Daniel15 said:
    @Mal1024 said:
    @Mal1024 said:
    @PSWorx said:
    @rdrunner said:
    @PSWorx said:
    @Mal1024 said:
    @Veinor said:
    @ender said:
    @ender said:
    @LightningDragon said:
    @Control_Alt_Kaboom said:
    @fbjon said:
    @Control_Alt_Kaboom said:
    @Mal1024 said:
    @Daniel15 said:
    @foxyshadis said:

    ^ fail

    @GizmoC said:

    @luketheduke said:
    @Control_Alt_Kaboom said:
    @PSWorx said:
    @Control_Alt_Kaboom said:
    @Thief^ said:
    @Control_Alt_Kaboom said:
    @makomk said:
    @Mal1024 said:
    @Daniel15 said:
    @Veinor said:
    @Fred Foobar said:
    @Mal1024 said:
    @Veinor said:
    @BradleyS said:
    @PSWorx said:
    @Control_Alt_Kaboom said:
    @SomebodyElse said:
    @GettinSadda said:
    @Daniel15 said:
    @PSWorx said:
    @DigitalXeron said:
    @Daniel15 said:
    @Daniel15 said:
    @Thief^ said:
    @Amackera said:
    @Treeki said:

    @ender said:

    @PSWorx said:
    @XIU said:
    @PSWorx said:
    @Treeki said:
    @AI0867 said:
    @RaspenJho said:
    @newfweiler said:
    @operagost said:
    @Cratig said:
    @DaveK said:
    @XIU said:
    @Zecc said:
    @Thief^ said:
    @Nandurius said:
    @ammoQ said:
    @Daniel15 said:
    @Daniel15 said:
    @viraptor said:
    @Daniel15 said:
    @PsychoCoder said:
    @DaBookshah said:
    @tster said:
    @PsychoCoder said:
    @SamuelDr said:
    [quote user="joe.edwards@imaginuity.com"]@PsychoCoder said:
    @Veinor said:
    @alostpacket said:
    @Veinor said:
    @halcyon said:
    @PsychoCoder said:
    @Tatiano said:
    @Harsh said:
    @PSWorx said:
    @SamuelDr said:
    @PSWorx said:
    @Amackera said:
    @PSWorx said:
    @Amackera said:
    [quote user="joe.edwards@imaginuity.com"]The Infinite Cat Project
    Lolcats pales in comparison! s this
    Infinite quote project?
    Yup
    heh heh
    Thats what I get for not scrolling down far enough (disregard my previous post)
    How long until it blows up, I wonder?
    I dunno.
    soonish
    well, the innermost quote box will eventually need to shrink to zero size.
    Well at the rate we're going it's not going to take long hehe
    It feels cool to have my post at the center of all this.
    The reply page looks really strange
    Well thats because we have an InifnitePost Syndrome going on here
    Are we there yet?
    We have to be getting close by now, right?
    Nearly there, I guess. /me will throw a /me in just for fun (watch what happens when you quote it :P)
    Dunno - trying.
    The name after the / me changes to your name, rather than staying as mine (as it should - And does in SMF :))
    I think we've just about blown it up - The innermost quote box is all squashed on my 1280x800 screen ๐Ÿ˜›
    I wonder if I should do something about that - isn't it my duty as a moderator to stop such an abuse?
    Good thing I just got a wide screen monitor. Looks fine here.
    OMG it's gone mad.
    Come on! Stop it already!
    Good browser test ๐Ÿ˜›
    Reminds me of a Usenet Meow cascade!
    I'll join in as well for the fun of it, it's also a good test for CS - See if there is a limit on quote blocks! Scroll scroll scroll your bar, gently down the screen. Merrily merrily merrily merrily,...... erm... don't know how to finish it!
    Life is Paula Beans?
    Is this building to a punchline?
    I think it's building to a stack-overflow...
    I'd say it's broken already
    Join me on a scenic tour of The Quote Pyramid, housing ancient relics mentions of stuff like Lolcats and /me tests!
    Edgar the Eightball says: /me is stupid!
    Still working on 1920x1200
    Number of HTML tags this document consists of: 9320
    Scrolling down real quick gave me a headache -but typing this reply seems to cause even greater headache, since every time I press a key, the window either jumps up to the start of previous post, or back down to the editbox - really weird.
    Firefox messes up sometimes if I try to view the later posts in Page 1.

    edit: Blah! Lost the quote. Readded it in edit.

    The WTF'ery is strong with this one!

    As I said earlier (but it seems to have been lost from the quote tree) it works perfectly in IE7. In Firefox the inner divs are outside their parents and the text overflows the quote box it's supposed to be in, but in IE7 it's all fine.

    I can't believe IE7 wins at something.


    You're Winner!


    Interesting... The / me is broken
    I'll try it here: /me says that this is a test


    On Opera the post grows a horizontal scrollbar

    The / me thing is strange...


    Yeah, I noticed the scroll bar - I guess the whole post is inside a div with a style of "overflow: auto" (although I haven't checked this)
    And yeah, the /me thing is definitely strange... I'm not sure whether it's a bug, or a "feature" (don't process /me on posts with lots of quotes?)
    Oops! replied to the wrong one...

    I suspect that the code carefully avoids expanding /me in quoted text, but gets confused by huge quote depths and gives up!

    Ok, I'll join in. IE7 Grows a horizontal scroll bar as well. The only side effect seems to be putting text as one word per line on the innermost quotes.

    ย 

    What happen?

    Somebody set us up the quote.

    ย 

    How are you gentlemen?

    All your browser are belong to us.

    ย 

    ๐Ÿ˜›

    lol, that had to come.

    Current number of HTML tags: 5830 (reset by the page break) Come on people, we got to break 10000!

    By the way I get a blank screen on firefox once I scrolled down enough. The screen returns when I release the scroll button. Anyone else with that effect?

    ย 

    I get that, but I have to refresh the page before I get my screen back. And all of my innermost quotes are un-nested and off the right side of the page. I think Firefox really has lost this competition.

    I got the same here. Then again, the forum software is a WTF (as we all know), so that doesn't mean much.

    Ooh, can I spam too?

    Yes, indeed you can.

    You have no chance to render make your time.

    Take off every 'Div'.

    You know what you doing?

    Move 'Div'.

    For great W3C.


    I think it's using <blockquote>s for the quotes, not <div>s ๐Ÿ™‚ (I haven't checked, though).
    Anyways... This page is almost 400 KB, and there's 4535 validation errors :o
    It's using DIV and BLOCKQUOTE tags.

    Fun. In Konqueror, it displays (with a horizontal scrollbar, as it should), but the innermost quote blocks and text have overflowed out to the right of their parent. (I'm not sure if this should happen, but most likely Konqueror and Firefox are doing the standards-compliant thing and IE is subtly broken. It has been known to have some bugs in this area

    Result: Failed validation, 6147 errors
    I'm not sure how big the page is now, in terms of KB or HTML tags, but 'it's beginning to slow my browser down just a little bit.

    Firefox's page info reports that we've hit half a MB...

    ย 

    This is madness, Madness I tells you!!

    BTW: that composite image I mentioned further up the page: 1178 x 5479 (126 kb)... Abandon hope, all ye who load it. http://i163.photobucket.com/albums/t293/James_Penk/WTF_Composite.png

    11995 HTML tags! We got a breakthrough!

    Also kudos for that image. I have a new desktop background now...

    Your welcome.

    BTW: Did you rotate the image and have a stupidly wide monitor, or do you have a stupidly tall monitor and leave the image in it's original orientation?

    (I have a vision of a monitor so large it takes up an entire wall. ๐Ÿ™‚ )


    I'll add to it.

    Posting in a legendary thread.


    ^ win


    Win? Definitely ๐Ÿ™‚

    Big Rigs - You're Winner!
    (from Big Rigs: Over the Road Racing)

    The page is starting to F up my Linux laptop, keep going!

    This page is making my PC work overtime on rendering the page.. I know this because every time I click the link, my cooling fans scream into overdrive and I go deaf.

    Keep up the {good|bad|ugly} work.

    (Yes, I know I'm not funny, but I'm typing this at 0525H. and I haven't had a cuppa yet.)


    It stopped, finally!

    O RLY?


    It's long past broken on my computer (FF2 at 1280x800). Firebug won't show the innermost levels of this pile of replies, it gives up somewhere in the middle, just showing < </> instead of the tags that should be there.

    Opera's Developer Console doesn't give up, and except for about 5-second delay at startup, it works almost instantly...
    (DOM Snapshot doesn't seem to work though)

    FF2 is still going strong for me.

    @That page said:


    /* This function is BOOL but actually returns TRUE,
    FALSE and -2 because I've no time to change it
    to int */

    Pffft... They should return File_Not_Found instead of -2

    I believe we finally know the numeric value of FILE_NOT_FOUND

    lol

    • Friend: "The program is written, and I'm debugging it."
    • Boss: "What's wrong with you people? You make programming more difficult than it needs to be. I have Frontpage Express to write web pages with, and when I write code with it, I never need to debug it. If you were as good of a programmer as me, you'd never need to debug either."

    • When I was studying programming, one of my classmates was having serious troubles with his program. When he asked me for help, I leaned over his screen and saw all of his code in comments. The reason: "Well, it compiles much faster that way."


    "Hey! I hate these Microsoft guys! What a rotten compiler! It only accepts 16,384 local variables in a function!"



    Thanks whoever posted the http://rinkworks.com/stupid/cs_programming.shtml link... It's quite funny ๐Ÿ™‚

    Has anyone seen this topic zoomed out to 20% in Opera? I didn't realise that there was this many replies :P:




    Ouch. I can't see all of that: FF2 insists on restricting the overall layout to window-width, so most of that is off to the right. It looks pretty stupid (well, more stupid) on the minimum text size, and still scrolls off to the side. I wonder how many more replies before it hits a megabyte (currently on 183K) for one page, or causes serious errors (stack overflow anyone?)?

    I think we've hit FF2's nested tags limit, the inner quotes are all empty now. No "Infinite Cats Project"ย  in the middle ๐Ÿ˜ž

    No, they're not empty. they've just been pushed off the edge of the screen.

    It's just that the post is that huge that by the time you reach the horizontal scroolbar, the bit you wanted to scroll through has disappeared upwards.

    But, anyway, this is getting slightly mad now. It takes me damn near five minutes to scroll down the page. :p
    ย 

    BTW: ~244.7Kbย 

    Thief^: How did you miss the horizontal scrollbar? You can scroll across and look at the center quotes, but the original doesn't show (it was a link to the infinite cats project). A view source shows that the text is still there, just FF won't parse that deep.

    EDIT: Ok, now it's broken, the open quote and close quote tags aren't matching up, people are getting credited with the wrong posts and my post is outside the post frame.


    Random832: View selection source (which generates source based on the DOM tree) still shows the original text (which hasn't been a link for quite some time even in posts where it is visible, but the text "infinite cats project" shows), so it's still being parsed. There may be some nested box limit, have we reached some magic number of quote levels recently?



    ย 

    So we've reached a magic limit, but havn't broke anything.

    DAMN...

    I wonder how much more it would take to completely bring firefox to it's knees?

    Ok, new challenge. A cookie to the person who manages to get this thread to blow up my browser.ย 

    (This? A frivolous activity? nay, tis merely an extreme page rendering test.)ย 

    Empire state quote!

    [/quote]

    distinct look of WTF (tm)

    Empire state...

    eh?
    ย 

    [/quote]

    Any Firefox users left?



  • @Pap said:

    @Control_Alt_Kaboom said:
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    @Control_Alt_Kaboom said:
    @fbjon said:
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    @Daniel15 said:
    @foxyshadis said:

    ^ fail

    @GizmoC said:

    @luketheduke said:
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    @Control_Alt_Kaboom said:
    @Thief^ said:
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    @BradleyS said:
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    @Daniel15 said:
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    @DigitalXeron said:
    @Daniel15 said:
    @Daniel15 said:
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    @Amackera said:
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    @tster said:
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    @SamuelDr said:
    [quote user="joe.edwards@imaginuity.com"]@PsychoCoder said:
    @Veinor said:
    @alostpacket said:
    @Veinor said:
    @halcyon said:
    @PsychoCoder said:
    @Tatiano said:
    @Harsh said:
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    @Amackera said:
    [quote user="joe.edwards@imaginuity.com"]The Infinite Cat Project
    Lolcats pales in comparison! s this
    Infinite quote project?
    Yup
    heh heh
    Thats what I get for not scrolling down far enough (disregard my previous post)
    How long until it blows up, I wonder?
    I dunno.
    soonish
    well, the innermost quote box will eventually need to shrink to zero size.
    Well at the rate we're going it's not going to take long hehe
    It feels cool to have my post at the center of all this.
    The reply page looks really strange
    Well thats because we have an InifnitePost Syndrome going on here
    Are we there yet?
    We have to be getting close by now, right?
    Nearly there, I guess. /me will throw a /me in just for fun (watch what happens when you quote it :P)
    Dunno - trying.
    The name after the / me changes to your name, rather than staying as mine (as it should - And does in SMF :))
    I think we've just about blown it up - The innermost quote box is all squashed on my 1280x800 screen ๐Ÿ˜›
    I wonder if I should do something about that - isn't it my duty as a moderator to stop such an abuse?
    Good thing I just got a wide screen monitor. Looks fine here.
    OMG it's gone mad.
    Come on! Stop it already!
    Good browser test ๐Ÿ˜›
    Reminds me of a Usenet Meow cascade!
    I'll join in as well for the fun of it, it's also a good test for CS - See if there is a limit on quote blocks! Scroll scroll scroll your bar, gently down the screen. Merrily merrily merrily merrily,...... erm... don't know how to finish it!
    Life is Paula Beans?
    Is this building to a punchline?
    I think it's building to a stack-overflow...
    I'd say it's broken already
    Join me on a scenic tour of The Quote Pyramid, housing ancient relics mentions of stuff like Lolcats and /me tests!
    Edgar the Eightball says: /me is stupid!
    Still working on 1920x1200
    Number of HTML tags this document consists of: 9320
    Scrolling down real quick gave me a headache -but typing this reply seems to cause even greater headache, since every time I press a key, the window either jumps up to the start of previous post, or back down to the editbox - really weird.
    Firefox messes up sometimes if I try to view the later posts in Page 1.

    edit: Blah! Lost the quote. Readded it in edit.

    The WTF'ery is strong with this one!

    As I said earlier (but it seems to have been lost from the quote tree) it works perfectly in IE7. In Firefox the inner divs are outside their parents and the text overflows the quote box it's supposed to be in, but in IE7 it's all fine.

    I can't believe IE7 wins at something.


    You're Winner!


    Interesting... The / me is broken
    I'll try it here: /me says that this is a test


    On Opera the post grows a horizontal scrollbar

    The / me thing is strange...


    Yeah, I noticed the scroll bar - I guess the whole post is inside a div with a style of "overflow: auto" (although I haven't checked this)
    And yeah, the /me thing is definitely strange... I'm not sure whether it's a bug, or a "feature" (don't process /me on posts with lots of quotes?)
    Oops! replied to the wrong one...

    I suspect that the code carefully avoids expanding /me in quoted text, but gets confused by huge quote depths and gives up!

    Ok, I'll join in. IE7 Grows a horizontal scroll bar as well. The only side effect seems to be putting text as one word per line on the innermost quotes.

    ย 

    What happen?

    Somebody set us up the quote.

    ย 

    How are you gentlemen?

    All your browser are belong to us.

    ย 

    ๐Ÿ˜›

    lol, that had to come.

    Current number of HTML tags: 5830 (reset by the page break) Come on people, we got to break 10000!

    By the way I get a blank screen on firefox once I scrolled down enough. The screen returns when I release the scroll button. Anyone else with that effect?

    ย 

    I get that, but I have to refresh the page before I get my screen back. And all of my innermost quotes are un-nested and off the right side of the page. I think Firefox really has lost this competition.

    I got the same here. Then again, the forum software is a WTF (as we all know), so that doesn't mean much.

    Ooh, can I spam too?

    Yes, indeed you can.

    You have no chance to render make your time.

    Take off every 'Div'.

    You know what you doing?

    Move 'Div'.

    For great W3C.


    I think it's using <blockquote>s for the quotes, not <div>s ๐Ÿ™‚ (I haven't checked, though).
    Anyways... This page is almost 400 KB, and there's 4535 validation errors :o
    It's using DIV and BLOCKQUOTE tags.

    Fun. In Konqueror, it displays (with a horizontal scrollbar, as it should), but the innermost quote blocks and text have overflowed out to the right of their parent. (I'm not sure if this should happen, but most likely Konqueror and Firefox are doing the standards-compliant thing and IE is subtly broken. It has been known to have some bugs in this area

    Result: Failed validation, 6147 errors
    I'm not sure how big the page is now, in terms of KB or HTML tags, but 'it's beginning to slow my browser down just a little bit.

    Firefox's page info reports that we've hit half a MB...

    ย 

    This is madness, Madness I tells you!!

    BTW: that composite image I mentioned further up the page: 1178 x 5479 (126 kb)... Abandon hope, all ye who load it. http://i163.photobucket.com/albums/t293/James_Penk/WTF_Composite.png

    11995 HTML tags! We got a breakthrough!

    Also kudos for that image. I have a new desktop background now...

    Your welcome.

    BTW: Did you rotate the image and have a stupidly wide monitor, or do you have a stupidly tall monitor and leave the image in it's original orientation?

    (I have a vision of a monitor so large it takes up an *entire* wall. ๐Ÿ™‚ )


    I'll add to it.

    Posting in a legendary thread.


    ^ win


    Win? Definitely ๐Ÿ™‚

    Big Rigs - You're Winner!
    (from Big Rigs: Over the Road Racing)

    The page is starting to F up my Linux laptop, keep going!

    This page is making my PC work overtime on rendering the page.. I know this because every time I click the link, my cooling fans scream into overdrive and I go deaf.

    Keep up the {good|bad|ugly} work.

    (Yes, I know I'm not funny, but I'm typing this at 0525H. and I haven't had a cuppa yet.)


    It stopped, finally!

    O RLY?


    It's long past broken on my computer (FF2 at 1280x800). Firebug won't show the innermost levels of this pile of replies, it gives up somewhere in the middle, just showing < </> instead of the tags that should be there.

    Opera's Developer Console doesn't give up, and except for about 5-second delay at startup, it works almost instantly...
    (DOM Snapshot doesn't seem to work though)

    FF2 is still going strong for me.

    http://rinkworks.com/stupid/cs_programming.shtml

    @That page said:


    /* This function is BOOL but actually returns TRUE,
    FALSE and -2 because I've no time to change it
    to int */

    Pffft... They should return File_Not_Found instead of -2

    I believe we finally know the numeric value of FILE_NOT_FOUND

    lol

    • Friend: "The program is written, and I'm debugging it."
    • Boss: "What's wrong with you people? You make programming more difficult than it needs to be. I have Frontpage Express to write web pages with, and when I write code with it, I never need to debug it. If you were as good of a programmer as me, you'd never need to debug either."

    • When I was studying programming, one of my classmates was having serious troubles with his program. When he asked me for help, I leaned over his screen and saw all of his code in comments. The reason: "Well, it compiles much faster that way."


    "Hey! I hate these Microsoft guys! What a rotten compiler! It only accepts 16,384 local variables in a function!"



    Thanks whoever posted the http://rinkworks.com/stupid/cs_programming.shtml link... It's quite funny ๐Ÿ™‚

    Has anyone seen this topic zoomed out to 20% in Opera? I didn't realise that there was this many replies :P:




    Ouch. I can't see all of that: FF2 insists on restricting the overall layout to window-width, so most of that is off to the right. It looks pretty stupid (well, more stupid) on the minimum text size, and still scrolls off to the side. I wonder how many more replies before it hits a megabyte (currently on 183K) for one page, or causes serious errors (stack overflow anyone?)?

    I think we've hit FF2's nested tags limit, the inner quotes are all empty now. No "Infinite Cats Project"ย  in the middle ๐Ÿ˜ž

    No, they're not empty. they've just been pushed off the edge of the screen.

    It's just that the post is that huge that by the time you reach the horizontal scroolbar, the bit you wanted to scroll through has disappeared upwards.

    But, anyway, this is getting slightly mad now. It takes me damn near five minutes to scroll down the page. :p
    ย 

    BTW: ~244.7Kbย 

    Thief^: How did you miss the horizontal scrollbar? You can scroll across and look at the center quotes, but the original doesn't show (it was a link to the infinite cats project). A view source shows that the text is still there, just FF won't parse that deep.

    EDIT: Ok, now it's broken, the open quote and close quote tags aren't matching up, people are getting credited with the wrong posts and my post is outside the post frame.


    Random832: View selection source (which generates source based on the DOM tree) still shows the original text (which hasn't been a link for quite some time even in posts where it is visible, but the text "infinite cats project" shows), so it's still being parsed. There may be some nested box limit, have we reached some magic number of quote levels recently?



    ย 

    So we've reached a magic limit, but havn't broke anything.

    DAMN...

    I wonder how much more it would take to completely bring firefox to it's knees?

    Ok, new challenge. A cookie to the person who manages to get this thread to blow up my browser.ย 

    (This? A frivolous activity? nay, tis merely an extreme page rendering test.)ย 

    Empire state quote!

    *distinct look of WTF (tm)*

    Empire state...

    eh?
    ย 

    [/quote]

    Any Firefox users left?

    [/quote]

    ย Who done broked the Interwebs?



  • @BiggBru said:

    @Pap said:
    @Control_Alt_Kaboom said:
    @Ice^^Heat said:
    @Control_Alt_Kaboom said:
    @Random832 said:
    @Thief^ said:
    @Control_Alt_Kaboom said:
    @Thief^ said:
    @LightningDragon said:
    @Daniel15 said:
    @Mal1024 said:
    @Mal1024 said:
    @PSWorx said:
    @rdrunner said:
    @PSWorx said:
    @Mal1024 said:
    @Veinor said:
    @ender said:
    @ender said:
    @LightningDragon said:
    @Control_Alt_Kaboom said:
    @fbjon said:
    @Control_Alt_Kaboom said:
    @Mal1024 said:
    @Daniel15 said:
    @foxyshadis said:

    ^ fail

    @GizmoC said:

    @luketheduke said:
    @Control_Alt_Kaboom said:
    @PSWorx said:
    @Control_Alt_Kaboom said:
    @Thief^ said:
    @Control_Alt_Kaboom said:
    @makomk said:
    @Mal1024 said:
    @Daniel15 said:
    @Veinor said:
    @Fred Foobar said:
    @Mal1024 said:
    @Veinor said:
    @BradleyS said:
    @PSWorx said:
    @Control_Alt_Kaboom said:
    @SomebodyElse said:
    @GettinSadda said:
    @Daniel15 said:
    @PSWorx said:
    @DigitalXeron said:
    @Daniel15 said:
    @Daniel15 said:
    @Thief^ said:
    @Amackera said:
    @Treeki said:

    @ender said:

    @PSWorx said:
    @XIU said:
    @PSWorx said:
    @Treeki said:
    @AI0867 said:
    @RaspenJho said:
    @newfweiler said:
    @operagost said:
    @Cratig said:
    @DaveK said:
    @XIU said:
    @Zecc said:
    @Thief^ said:
    @Nandurius said:
    @ammoQ said:
    @Daniel15 said:
    @Daniel15 said:
    @viraptor said:
    @Daniel15 said:
    @PsychoCoder said:
    @DaBookshah said:
    @tster said:
    @PsychoCoder said:
    @SamuelDr said:
    [quote user="joe.edwards@imaginuity.com"]@PsychoCoder said:
    @Veinor said:
    @alostpacket said:
    @Veinor said:
    @halcyon said:
    @PsychoCoder said:
    @Tatiano said:
    @Harsh said:
    @PSWorx said:
    @SamuelDr said:
    @PSWorx said:
    @Amackera said:
    @PSWorx said:
    @Amackera said:
    [quote user="joe.edwards@imaginuity.com"]The Infinite Cat Project
    Lolcats pales in comparison! s this
    Infinite quote project?
    Yup
    heh heh
    Thats what I get for not scrolling down far enough (disregard my previous post)
    How long until it blows up, I wonder?
    I dunno.
    soonish
    well, the innermost quote box will eventually need to shrink to zero size.
    Well at the rate we're going it's not going to take long hehe
    It feels cool to have my post at the center of all this.
    The reply page looks really strange
    Well thats because we have an InifnitePost Syndrome going on here
    Are we there yet?
    We have to be getting close by now, right?
    Nearly there, I guess. /me will throw a /me in just for fun (watch what happens when you quote it :P)
    Dunno - trying.
    The name after the / me changes to your name, rather than staying as mine (as it should - And does in SMF :))
    I think we've just about blown it up - The innermost quote box is all squashed on my 1280x800 screen ๐Ÿ˜›
    I wonder if I should do something about that - isn't it my duty as a moderator to stop such an abuse?
    Good thing I just got a wide screen monitor. Looks fine here.
    OMG it's gone mad.
    Come on! Stop it already!
    Good browser test ๐Ÿ˜›
    Reminds me of a Usenet Meow cascade!
    I'll join in as well for the fun of it, it's also a good test for CS - See if there is a limit on quote blocks! Scroll scroll scroll your bar, gently down the screen. Merrily merrily merrily merrily,...... erm... don't know how to finish it!
    Life is Paula Beans?
    Is this building to a punchline?
    I think it's building to a stack-overflow...
    I'd say it's broken already
    Join me on a scenic tour of The Quote Pyramid, housing ancient relics mentions of stuff like Lolcats and /me tests!
    Edgar the Eightball says: /me is stupid!
    Still working on 1920x1200
    Number of HTML tags this document consists of: 9320
    Scrolling down real quick gave me a headache -but typing this reply seems to cause even greater headache, since every time I press a key, the window either jumps up to the start of previous post, or back down to the editbox - really weird.
    Firefox messes up sometimes if I try to view the later posts in Page 1.

    edit: Blah! Lost the quote. Readded it in edit.

    The WTF'ery is strong with this one!

    As I said earlier (but it seems to have been lost from the quote tree) it works perfectly in IE7. In Firefox the inner divs are outside their parents and the text overflows the quote box it's supposed to be in, but in IE7 it's all fine.

    I can't believe IE7 wins at something.


    You're Winner!


    Interesting... The / me is broken
    I'll try it here: /me says that this is a test


    On Opera the post grows a horizontal scrollbar

    The / me thing is strange...


    Yeah, I noticed the scroll bar - I guess the whole post is inside a div with a style of "overflow: auto" (although I haven't checked this)
    And yeah, the /me thing is definitely strange... I'm not sure whether it's a bug, or a "feature" (don't process /me on posts with lots of quotes?)
    Oops! replied to the wrong one...

    I suspect that the code carefully avoids expanding /me in quoted text, but gets confused by huge quote depths and gives up!

    Ok, I'll join in. IE7 Grows a horizontal scroll bar as well. The only side effect seems to be putting text as one word per line on the innermost quotes.

    ย 

    What happen?

    Somebody set us up the quote.

    ย 

    How are you gentlemen?

    All your browser are belong to us.

    ย 

    ๐Ÿ˜›

    lol, that had to come.

    Current number of HTML tags: 5830 (reset by the page break) Come on people, we got to break 10000!

    By the way I get a blank screen on firefox once I scrolled down enough. The screen returns when I release the scroll button. Anyone else with that effect?

    ย 

    I get that, but I have to refresh the page before I get my screen back. And all of my innermost quotes are un-nested and off the right side of the page. I think Firefox really has lost this competition.

    I got the same here. Then again, the forum software is a WTF (as we all know), so that doesn't mean much.

    Ooh, can I spam too?

    Yes, indeed you can.

    You have no chance to render make your time.

    Take off every 'Div'.

    You know what you doing?

    Move 'Div'.

    For great W3C.


    I think it's using <blockquote>s for the quotes, not <div>s ๐Ÿ™‚ (I haven't checked, though).
    Anyways... This page is almost 400 KB, and there's 4535 validation errors :o
    It's using DIV and BLOCKQUOTE tags.

    Fun. In Konqueror, it displays (with a horizontal scrollbar, as it should), but the innermost quote blocks and text have overflowed out to the right of their parent. (I'm not sure if this should happen, but most likely Konqueror and Firefox are doing the standards-compliant thing and IE is subtly broken. It has been known to have some bugs in this area

    Result: Failed validation, 6147 errors
    I'm not sure how big the page is now, in terms of KB or HTML tags, but 'it's beginning to slow my browser down just a little bit.

    Firefox's page info reports that we've hit half a MB...

    ย 

    This is madness, Madness I tells you!!

    BTW: that composite image I mentioned further up the page: 1178 x 5479 (126 kb)... Abandon hope, all ye who load it. http://i163.photobucket.com/albums/t293/James_Penk/WTF_Composite.png

    11995 HTML tags! We got a breakthrough!

    Also kudos for that image. I have a new desktop background now...

    Your welcome.

    BTW: Did you rotate the image and have a stupidly wide monitor, or do you have a stupidly tall monitor and leave the image in it's original orientation?

    (I have a vision of a monitor so large it takes up an *entire* wall. ๐Ÿ™‚ )


    I'll add to it.

    Posting in a legendary thread.


    ^ win


    Win? Definitely ๐Ÿ™‚

    Big Rigs - You're Winner!
    (from Big Rigs: Over the Road Racing)

    The page is starting to F up my Linux laptop, keep going!

    This page is making my PC work overtime on rendering the page.. I know this because every time I click the link, my cooling fans scream into overdrive and I go deaf.

    Keep up the {good|bad|ugly} work.

    (Yes, I know I'm not funny, but I'm typing this at 0525H. and I haven't had a cuppa yet.)


    It stopped, finally!

    O RLY?


    It's long past broken on my computer (FF2 at 1280x800). Firebug won't show the innermost levels of this pile of replies, it gives up somewhere in the middle, just showing < </> instead of the tags that should be there.

    Opera's Developer Console doesn't give up, and except for about 5-second delay at startup, it works almost instantly...
    (DOM Snapshot doesn't seem to work though)

    FF2 is still going strong for me.

    http://rinkworks.com/stupid/cs_programming.shtml

    @That page said:


    /* This function is BOOL but actually returns TRUE,
    FALSE and -2 because I've no time to change it
    to int */

    Pffft... They should return File_Not_Found instead of -2

    I believe we finally know the numeric value of FILE_NOT_FOUND

    lol

    • Friend: "The program is written, and I'm debugging it."
    • Boss: "What's wrong with you people? You make programming more difficult than it needs to be. I have Frontpage Express to write web pages with, and when I write code with it, I never need to debug it. If you were as good of a programmer as me, you'd never need to debug either."

    • When I was studying programming, one of my classmates was having serious troubles with his program. When he asked me for help, I leaned over his screen and saw all of his code in comments. The reason: "Well, it compiles much faster that way."


    "Hey! I hate these Microsoft guys! What a rotten compiler! It only accepts 16,384 local variables in a function!"



    Thanks whoever posted the http://rinkworks.com/stupid/cs_programming.shtml link... It's quite funny ๐Ÿ™‚

    Has anyone seen this topic zoomed out to 20% in Opera? I didn't realise that there was this many replies :P:




    Ouch. I can't see all of that: FF2 insists on restricting the overall layout to window-width, so most of that is off to the right. It looks pretty stupid (well, more stupid) on the minimum text size, and still scrolls off to the side. I wonder how many more replies before it hits a megabyte (currently on 183K) for one page, or causes serious errors (stack overflow anyone?)?

    I think we've hit FF2's nested tags limit, the inner quotes are all empty now. No "Infinite Cats Project"ย  in the middle ๐Ÿ˜ž

    No, they're not empty. they've just been pushed off the edge of the screen.

    It's just that the post is that huge that by the time you reach the horizontal scroolbar, the bit you wanted to scroll through has disappeared upwards.

    But, anyway, this is getting slightly mad now. It takes me damn near five minutes to scroll down the page. :p
    ย 

    BTW: ~244.7Kbย 

    Thief^: How did you miss the horizontal scrollbar? You can scroll across and look at the center quotes, but the original doesn't show (it was a link to the infinite cats project). A view source shows that the text is still there, just FF won't parse that deep.

    EDIT: Ok, now it's broken, the open quote and close quote tags aren't matching up, people are getting credited with the wrong posts and my post is outside the post frame.


    Random832: View selection source (which generates source based on the DOM tree) still shows the original text (which hasn't been a link for quite some time even in posts where it is visible, but the text "infinite cats project" shows), so it's still being parsed. There may be some nested box limit, have we reached some magic number of quote levels recently?



    ย 

    So we've reached a magic limit, but havn't broke anything.

    DAMN...

    I wonder how much more it would take to completely bring firefox to it's knees?

    Ok, new challenge. A cookie to the person who manages to get this thread to blow up my browser.ย 

    (This? A frivolous activity? nay, tis merely an extreme page rendering test.)ย 

    Empire state quote!

    *distinct look of WTF (tm)*

    Empire state...

    eh?
    ย 

    Any Firefox users left?

    [/quote]

    ย Who done broked the Interwebs?

    [/quote]

    I don't know about Firefox but you did manage to break Firebug.

    In any way, XPath of the innermost BLOCKQUOTE tag:

    [code]/html/body/form/div[2]/div[2]/table/tbody/tr/td[2]/table/tbody/tr/td/div/div[2]/ul/li[18]/div/table/tbody/tr/td[2]/table/tbody/tr/td/div/div/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote[/code]ย 



  • @PSWorx said:

    @BiggBru said:
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    @Control_Alt_Kaboom said:
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    @Control_Alt_Kaboom said:
    @Random832 said:
    @Thief^ said:
    @Control_Alt_Kaboom said:
    @Thief^ said:
    @LightningDragon said:
    @Daniel15 said:
    @Mal1024 said:
    @Mal1024 said:
    @PSWorx said:
    @rdrunner said:
    @PSWorx said:
    @Mal1024 said:
    @Veinor said:
    @ender said:
    @ender said:
    @LightningDragon said:
    @Control_Alt_Kaboom said:
    @fbjon said:
    @Control_Alt_Kaboom said:
    @Mal1024 said:
    @Daniel15 said:
    @foxyshadis said:

    ^ fail

    @GizmoC said:

    @luketheduke said:
    @Control_Alt_Kaboom said:
    @PSWorx said:
    @Control_Alt_Kaboom said:
    @Thief^ said:
    @Control_Alt_Kaboom said:
    @makomk said:
    @Mal1024 said:
    @Daniel15 said:
    @Veinor said:
    @Fred Foobar said:
    @Mal1024 said:
    @Veinor said:
    @BradleyS said:
    @PSWorx said:
    @Control_Alt_Kaboom said:
    @SomebodyElse said:
    @GettinSadda said:
    @Daniel15 said:
    @PSWorx said:
    @DigitalXeron said:
    @Daniel15 said:
    @Daniel15 said:
    @Thief^ said:
    @Amackera said:
    @Treeki said:

    @ender said:

    @PSWorx said:
    @XIU said:
    @PSWorx said:
    @Treeki said:
    @AI0867 said:
    @RaspenJho said:
    @newfweiler said:
    @operagost said:
    @Cratig said:
    @DaveK said:
    @XIU said:
    @Zecc said:
    @Thief^ said:
    @Nandurius said:
    @ammoQ said:
    @Daniel15 said:
    @Daniel15 said:
    @viraptor said:
    @Daniel15 said:
    @PsychoCoder said:
    @DaBookshah said:
    @tster said:
    @PsychoCoder said:
    @SamuelDr said:
    [quote user="joe.edwards@imaginuity.com"]@PsychoCoder said:
    @Veinor said:
    @alostpacket said:
    @Veinor said:
    @halcyon said:
    @PsychoCoder said:
    @Tatiano said:
    @Harsh said:
    @PSWorx said:
    @SamuelDr said:
    @PSWorx said:
    @Amackera said:
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    @Amackera said:
    [quote user="joe.edwards@imaginuity.com"]The Infinite Cat Project
    Lolcats pales in comparison! s this
    Infinite quote project?
    Yup
    heh heh
    Thats what I get for not scrolling down far enough (disregard my previous post)
    How long until it blows up, I wonder?
    I dunno.
    soonish
    well, the innermost quote box will eventually need to shrink to zero size.
    Well at the rate we're going it's not going to take long hehe
    It feels cool to have my post at the center of all this.
    The reply page looks really strange
    Well thats because we have an InifnitePost Syndrome going on here
    Are we there yet?
    We have to be getting close by now, right?
    Nearly there, I guess. /me will throw a /me in just for fun (watch what happens when you quote it :P)
    Dunno - trying.
    The name after the / me changes to your name, rather than staying as mine (as it should - And does in SMF :))
    I think we've just about blown it up - The innermost quote box is all squashed on my 1280x800 screen ๐Ÿ˜›
    I wonder if I should do something about that - isn't it my duty as a moderator to stop such an abuse?
    Good thing I just got a wide screen monitor. Looks fine here.
    OMG it's gone mad.
    Come on! Stop it already!
    Good browser test ๐Ÿ˜›
    Reminds me of a Usenet Meow cascade!
    I'll join in as well for the fun of it, it's also a good test for CS - See if there is a limit on quote blocks! Scroll scroll scroll your bar, gently down the screen. Merrily merrily merrily merrily,...... erm... don't know how to finish it!
    Life is Paula Beans?
    Is this building to a punchline?
    I think it's building to a stack-overflow...
    I'd say it's broken already
    Join me on a scenic tour of The Quote Pyramid, housing ancient relics mentions of stuff like Lolcats and /me tests!
    Edgar the Eightball says: /me is stupid!
    Still working on 1920x1200
    Number of HTML tags this document consists of: 9320
    Scrolling down real quick gave me a headache -but typing this reply seems to cause even greater headache, since every time I press a key, the window either jumps up to the start of previous post, or back down to the editbox - really weird.
    Firefox messes up sometimes if I try to view the later posts in Page 1.

    edit: Blah! Lost the quote. Readded it in edit.

    The WTF'ery is strong with this one!

    As I said earlier (but it seems to have been lost from the quote tree) it works perfectly in IE7. In Firefox the inner divs are outside their parents and the text overflows the quote box it's supposed to be in, but in IE7 it's all fine.

    I can't believe IE7 wins at something.


    You're Winner!


    Interesting... The / me is broken
    I'll try it here: /me says that this is a test


    On Opera the post grows a horizontal scrollbar

    The / me thing is strange...


    Yeah, I noticed the scroll bar - I guess the whole post is inside a div with a style of "overflow: auto" (although I haven't checked this)
    And yeah, the /me thing is definitely strange... I'm not sure whether it's a bug, or a "feature" (don't process /me on posts with lots of quotes?)
    Oops! replied to the wrong one...

    I suspect that the code carefully avoids expanding /me in quoted text, but gets confused by huge quote depths and gives up!

    Ok, I'll join in. IE7 Grows a horizontal scroll bar as well. The only side effect seems to be putting text as one word per line on the innermost quotes.

    ย 

    What happen?

    Somebody set us up the quote.

    ย 

    How are you gentlemen?

    All your browser are belong to us.

    ย 

    ๐Ÿ˜›

    lol, that had to come.

    Current number of HTML tags: 5830 (reset by the page break) Come on people, we got to break 10000!

    By the way I get a blank screen on firefox once I scrolled down enough. The screen returns when I release the scroll button. Anyone else with that effect?

    ย 

    I get that, but I have to refresh the page before I get my screen back. And all of my innermost quotes are un-nested and off the right side of the page. I think Firefox really has lost this competition.

    I got the same here. Then again, the forum software is a WTF (as we all know), so that doesn't mean much.

    Ooh, can I spam too?

    Yes, indeed you can.

    You have no chance to render make your time.

    Take off every 'Div'.

    You know what you doing?

    Move 'Div'.

    For great W3C.


    I think it's using <blockquote>s for the quotes, not <div>s ๐Ÿ™‚ (I haven't checked, though).
    Anyways... This page is almost 400 KB, and there's 4535 validation errors :o
    It's using DIV and BLOCKQUOTE tags.

    Fun. In Konqueror, it displays (with a horizontal scrollbar, as it should), but the innermost quote blocks and text have overflowed out to the right of their parent. (I'm not sure if this should happen, but most likely Konqueror and Firefox are doing the standards-compliant thing and IE is subtly broken. It has been known to have some bugs in this area

    Result: Failed validation, 6147 errors
    I'm not sure how big the page is now, in terms of KB or HTML tags, but 'it's beginning to slow my browser down just a little bit.

    Firefox's page info reports that we've hit half a MB...

    ย 

    This is madness, Madness I tells you!!

    BTW: that composite image I mentioned further up the page: 1178 x 5479 (126 kb)... Abandon hope, all ye who load it. http://i163.photobucket.com/albums/t293/James_Penk/WTF_Composite.png

    11995 HTML tags! We got a breakthrough!

    Also kudos for that image. I have a new desktop background now...

    Your welcome.

    BTW: Did you rotate the image and have a stupidly wide monitor, or do you have a stupidly tall monitor and leave the image in it's original orientation?

    (I have a vision of a monitor so large it takes up an *entire* wall. ๐Ÿ™‚ )


    I'll add to it.

    Posting in a legendary thread.


    ^ win


    Win? Definitely ๐Ÿ™‚

    Big Rigs - You're Winner!
    (from Big Rigs: Over the Road Racing)

    The page is starting to F up my Linux laptop, keep going!

    This page is making my PC work overtime on rendering the page.. I know this because every time I click the link, my cooling fans scream into overdrive and I go deaf.

    Keep up the {good|bad|ugly} work.

    (Yes, I know I'm not funny, but I'm typing this at 0525H. and I haven't had a cuppa yet.)


    It stopped, finally!

    O RLY?


    It's long past broken on my computer (FF2 at 1280x800). Firebug won't show the innermost levels of this pile of replies, it gives up somewhere in the middle, just showing < </> instead of the tags that should be there.

    Opera's Developer Console doesn't give up, and except for about 5-second delay at startup, it works almost instantly...
    (DOM Snapshot doesn't seem to work though)

    FF2 is still going strong for me.

    http://rinkworks.com/stupid/cs_programming.shtml

    @That page said:


    /* This function is BOOL but actually returns TRUE,
    FALSE and -2 because I've no time to change it
    to int */

    Pffft... They should return File_Not_Found instead of -2

    I believe we finally know the numeric value of FILE_NOT_FOUND

    lol

    • Friend: "The program is written, and I'm debugging it."
    • Boss: "What's wrong with you people? You make programming more difficult than it needs to be. I have Frontpage Express to write web pages with, and when I write code with it, I never need to debug it. If you were as good of a programmer as me, you'd never need to debug either."

    • When I was studying programming, one of my classmates was having serious troubles with his program. When he asked me for help, I leaned over his screen and saw all of his code in comments. The reason: "Well, it compiles much faster that way."


    "Hey! I hate these Microsoft guys! What a rotten compiler! It only accepts 16,384 local variables in a function!"



    Thanks whoever posted the http://rinkworks.com/stupid/cs_programming.shtml link... It's quite funny ๐Ÿ™‚

    Has anyone seen this topic zoomed out to 20% in Opera? I didn't realise that there was this many replies :P:




    Ouch. I can't see all of that: FF2 insists on restricting the overall layout to window-width, so most of that is off to the right. It looks pretty stupid (well, more stupid) on the minimum text size, and still scrolls off to the side. I wonder how many more replies before it hits a megabyte (currently on 183K) for one page, or causes serious errors (stack overflow anyone?)?

    I think we've hit FF2's nested tags limit, the inner quotes are all empty now. No "Infinite Cats Project"ย  in the middle ๐Ÿ˜ž

    No, they're not empty. they've just been pushed off the edge of the screen.

    It's just that the post is that huge that by the time you reach the horizontal scroolbar, the bit you wanted to scroll through has disappeared upwards.

    But, anyway, this is getting slightly mad now. It takes me damn near five minutes to scroll down the page. :p
    ย 

    BTW: ~244.7Kbย 

    Thief^: How did you miss the horizontal scrollbar? You can scroll across and look at the center quotes, but the original doesn't show (it was a link to the infinite cats project). A view source shows that the text is still there, just FF won't parse that deep.

    EDIT: Ok, now it's broken, the open quote and close quote tags aren't matching up, people are getting credited with the wrong posts and my post is outside the post frame.


    Random832: View selection source (which generates source based on the DOM tree) still shows the original text (which hasn't been a link for quite some time even in posts where it is visible, but the text "infinite cats project" shows), so it's still being parsed. There may be some nested box limit, have we reached some magic number of quote levels recently?



    ย 

    So we've reached a magic limit, but havn't broke anything.

    DAMN...

    I wonder how much more it would take to completely bring firefox to it's knees?

    Ok, new challenge. A cookie to the person who manages to get this thread to blow up my browser.ย 

    (This? A frivolous activity? nay, tis merely an extreme page rendering test.)ย 

    Empire state quote!

    *distinct look of WTF (tm)*

    Empire state...

    eh?
    ย 

    Any Firefox users left?

    ย Who done broked the Interwebs?

    [/quote]

    I don't know about Firefox but you did manage to break Firebug.

    In any way, XPath of the innermost BLOCKQUOTE tag:

    [code]/html/body/form/div[2]/div[2]/table/tbody/tr/td[2]/table/tbody/tr/td/div/div[2]/ul/li[18]/div/table/tbody/tr/td[2]/table/tbody/tr/td/div/div/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote[/code]ย 

    [/quote]

    I'm a firefox user. I'm still here.

    T'aint broken yet (much.) (I wonder how bad it's going to be when I get back in a week? )



  • @Control_Alt_Kaboom said:

    @PSWorx said:
    @BiggBru said:
    @Pap said:
    @Control_Alt_Kaboom said:
    @Ice^^Heat said:
    @Control_Alt_Kaboom said:
    @Random832 said:
    @Thief^ said:
    @Control_Alt_Kaboom said:
    @Thief^ said:
    @LightningDragon said:
    @Daniel15 said:
    @Mal1024 said:
    @Mal1024 said:
    @PSWorx said:
    @rdrunner said:
    @PSWorx said:
    @Mal1024 said:
    @Veinor said:
    @ender said:
    @ender said:
    @LightningDragon said:
    @Control_Alt_Kaboom said:
    @fbjon said:
    @Control_Alt_Kaboom said:
    @Mal1024 said:
    @Daniel15 said:
    @foxyshadis said:

    ^ fail

    @GizmoC said:

    @luketheduke said:
    @Control_Alt_Kaboom said:
    @PSWorx said:
    @Control_Alt_Kaboom said:
    @Thief^ said:
    @Control_Alt_Kaboom said:
    @makomk said:
    @Mal1024 said:
    @Daniel15 said:
    @Veinor said:
    @Fred Foobar said:
    @Mal1024 said:
    @Veinor said:
    @BradleyS said:
    @PSWorx said:
    @Control_Alt_Kaboom said:
    @SomebodyElse said:
    @GettinSadda said:
    @Daniel15 said:
    @PSWorx said:
    @DigitalXeron said:
    @Daniel15 said:
    @Daniel15 said:
    @Thief^ said:
    @Amackera said:
    @Treeki said:

    @ender said:

    @PSWorx said:
    @XIU said:
    @PSWorx said:
    @Treeki said:
    @AI0867 said:
    @RaspenJho said:
    @newfweiler said:
    @operagost said:
    @Cratig said:
    @DaveK said:
    @XIU said:
    @Zecc said:
    @Thief^ said:
    @Nandurius said:
    @ammoQ said:
    @Daniel15 said:
    @Daniel15 said:
    @viraptor said:
    @Daniel15 said:
    @PsychoCoder said:
    @DaBookshah said:
    @tster said:
    @PsychoCoder said:
    @SamuelDr said:
    [quote user="joe.edwards@imaginuity.com"]@PsychoCoder said:
    @Veinor said:
    @alostpacket said:
    @Veinor said:
    @halcyon said:
    @PsychoCoder said:
    @Tatiano said:
    @Harsh said:
    @PSWorx said:
    @SamuelDr said:
    @PSWorx said:
    @Amackera said:
    @PSWorx said:
    @Amackera said:
    [quote user="joe.edwards@imaginuity.com"]The Infinite Cat Project
    Lolcats pales in comparison! s this
    Infinite quote project?
    Yup
    heh heh
    Thats what I get for not scrolling down far enough (disregard my previous post)
    How long until it blows up, I wonder?
    I dunno.
    soonish
    well, the innermost quote box will eventually need to shrink to zero size.
    Well at the rate we're going it's not going to take long hehe
    It feels cool to have my post at the center of all this.
    The reply page looks really strange
    Well thats because we have an InifnitePost Syndrome going on here
    Are we there yet?
    We have to be getting close by now, right?
    Nearly there, I guess. /me will throw a /me in just for fun (watch what happens when you quote it :P)
    Dunno - trying.
    The name after the / me changes to your name, rather than staying as mine (as it should - And does in SMF :))
    I think we've just about blown it up - The innermost quote box is all squashed on my 1280x800 screen ๐Ÿ˜›
    I wonder if I should do something about that - isn't it my duty as a moderator to stop such an abuse?
    Good thing I just got a wide screen monitor. Looks fine here.
    OMG it's gone mad.
    Come on! Stop it already!
    Good browser test ๐Ÿ˜›
    Reminds me of a Usenet Meow cascade!
    I'll join in as well for the fun of it, it's also a good test for CS - See if there is a limit on quote blocks! Scroll scroll scroll your bar, gently down the screen. Merrily merrily merrily merrily,...... erm... don't know how to finish it!
    Life is Paula Beans?
    Is this building to a punchline?
    I think it's building to a stack-overflow...
    I'd say it's broken already
    Join me on a scenic tour of The Quote Pyramid, housing ancient relics mentions of stuff like Lolcats and /me tests!
    Edgar the Eightball says: /me is stupid!
    Still working on 1920x1200
    Number of HTML tags this document consists of: 9320
    Scrolling down real quick gave me a headache -but typing this reply seems to cause even greater headache, since every time I press a key, the window either jumps up to the start of previous post, or back down to the editbox - really weird.
    Firefox messes up sometimes if I try to view the later posts in Page 1.

    edit: Blah! Lost the quote. Readded it in edit.

    The WTF'ery is strong with this one!

    As I said earlier (but it seems to have been lost from the quote tree) it works perfectly in IE7. In Firefox the inner divs are outside their parents and the text overflows the quote box it's supposed to be in, but in IE7 it's all fine.

    I can't believe IE7 wins at something.


    You're Winner!


    Interesting... The / me is broken
    I'll try it here: /me says that this is a test


    On Opera the post grows a horizontal scrollbar

    The / me thing is strange...


    Yeah, I noticed the scroll bar - I guess the whole post is inside a div with a style of "overflow: auto" (although I haven't checked this)
    And yeah, the /me thing is definitely strange... I'm not sure whether it's a bug, or a "feature" (don't process /me on posts with lots of quotes?)
    Oops! replied to the wrong one...

    I suspect that the code carefully avoids expanding /me in quoted text, but gets confused by huge quote depths and gives up!

    Ok, I'll join in. IE7 Grows a horizontal scroll bar as well. The only side effect seems to be putting text as one word per line on the innermost quotes.

    ย 

    What happen?

    Somebody set us up the quote.

    ย 

    How are you gentlemen?

    All your browser are belong to us.

    ย 

    ๐Ÿ˜›

    lol, that had to come.

    Current number of HTML tags: 5830 (reset by the page break) Come on people, we got to break 10000!

    By the way I get a blank screen on firefox once I scrolled down enough. The screen returns when I release the scroll button. Anyone else with that effect?

    ย 

    I get that, but I have to refresh the page before I get my screen back. And all of my innermost quotes are un-nested and off the right side of the page. I think Firefox really has lost this competition.

    I got the same here. Then again, the forum software is a WTF (as we all know), so that doesn't mean much.

    Ooh, can I spam too?

    Yes, indeed you can.

    You have no chance to render make your time.

    Take off every 'Div'.

    You know what you doing?

    Move 'Div'.

    For great W3C.


    I think it's using <blockquote>s for the quotes, not <div>s ๐Ÿ™‚ (I haven't checked, though).
    Anyways... This page is almost 400 KB, and there's 4535 validation errors :o
    It's using DIV and BLOCKQUOTE tags.

    Fun. In Konqueror, it displays (with a horizontal scrollbar, as it should), but the innermost quote blocks and text have overflowed out to the right of their parent. (I'm not sure if this should happen, but most likely Konqueror and Firefox are doing the standards-compliant thing and IE is subtly broken. It has been known to have some bugs in this area

    Result: Failed validation, 6147 errors
    I'm not sure how big the page is now, in terms of KB or HTML tags, but 'it's beginning to slow my browser down just a little bit.

    Firefox's page info reports that we've hit half a MB...

    ย 

    This is madness, Madness I tells you!!

    BTW: that composite image I mentioned further up the page: 1178 x 5479 (126 kb)... Abandon hope, all ye who load it. http://i163.photobucket.com/albums/t293/James_Penk/WTF_Composite.png

    11995 HTML tags! We got a breakthrough!

    Also kudos for that image. I have a new desktop background now...

    Your welcome.

    BTW: Did you rotate the image and have a stupidly wide monitor, or do you have a stupidly tall monitor and leave the image in it's original orientation?

    (I have a vision of a monitor so large it takes up an *entire* wall. ๐Ÿ™‚ )


    I'll add to it.

    Posting in a legendary thread.


    ^ win


    Win? Definitely ๐Ÿ™‚

    Big Rigs - You're Winner!
    (from Big Rigs: Over the Road Racing)

    The page is starting to F up my Linux laptop, keep going!

    This page is making my PC work overtime on rendering the page.. I know this because every time I click the link, my cooling fans scream into overdrive and I go deaf.

    Keep up the {good|bad|ugly} work.

    (Yes, I know I'm not funny, but I'm typing this at 0525H. and I haven't had a cuppa yet.)


    It stopped, finally!

    O RLY?


    It's long past broken on my computer (FF2 at 1280x800). Firebug won't show the innermost levels of this pile of replies, it gives up somewhere in the middle, just showing < </> instead of the tags that should be there.

    Opera's Developer Console doesn't give up, and except for about 5-second delay at startup, it works almost instantly...
    (DOM Snapshot doesn't seem to work though)

    FF2 is still going strong for me.

    http://rinkworks.com/stupid/cs_programming.shtml

    @That page said:


    /* This function is BOOL but actually returns TRUE,
    FALSE and -2 because I've no time to change it
    to int */

    Pffft... They should return File_Not_Found instead of -2

    I believe we finally know the numeric value of FILE_NOT_FOUND

    lol

    • Friend: "The program is written, and I'm debugging it."
    • Boss: "What's wrong with you people? You make programming more difficult than it needs to be. I have Frontpage Express to write web pages with, and when I write code with it, I never need to debug it. If you were as good of a programmer as me, you'd never need to debug either."

    • When I was studying programming, one of my classmates was having serious troubles with his program. When he asked me for help, I leaned over his screen and saw all of his code in comments. The reason: "Well, it compiles much faster that way."


    "Hey! I hate these Microsoft guys! What a rotten compiler! It only accepts 16,384 local variables in a function!"



    Thanks whoever posted the http://rinkworks.com/stupid/cs_programming.shtml link... It's quite funny ๐Ÿ™‚

    Has anyone seen this topic zoomed out to 20% in Opera? I didn't realise that there was this many replies :P:




    Ouch. I can't see all of that: FF2 insists on restricting the overall layout to window-width, so most of that is off to the right. It looks pretty stupid (well, more stupid) on the minimum text size, and still scrolls off to the side. I wonder how many more replies before it hits a megabyte (currently on 183K) for one page, or causes serious errors (stack overflow anyone?)?

    I think we've hit FF2's nested tags limit, the inner quotes are all empty now. No "Infinite Cats Project"ย  in the middle ๐Ÿ˜ž

    No, they're not empty. they've just been pushed off the edge of the screen.

    It's just that the post is that huge that by the time you reach the horizontal scroolbar, the bit you wanted to scroll through has disappeared upwards.

    But, anyway, this is getting slightly mad now. It takes me damn near five minutes to scroll down the page. :p
    ย 

    BTW: ~244.7Kbย 

    Thief^: How did you miss the horizontal scrollbar? You can scroll across and look at the center quotes, but the original doesn't show (it was a link to the infinite cats project). A view source shows that the text is still there, just FF won't parse that deep.

    EDIT: Ok, now it's broken, the open quote and close quote tags aren't matching up, people are getting credited with the wrong posts and my post is outside the post frame.


    Random832: View selection source (which generates source based on the DOM tree) still shows the original text (which hasn't been a link for quite some time even in posts where it is visible, but the text "infinite cats project" shows), so it's still being parsed. There may be some nested box limit, have we reached some magic number of quote levels recently?



    ย 

    So we've reached a magic limit, but havn't broke anything.

    DAMN...

    I wonder how much more it would take to completely bring firefox to it's knees?

    Ok, new challenge. A cookie to the person who manages to get this thread to blow up my browser.ย 

    (This? A frivolous activity? nay, tis merely an extreme page rendering test.)ย 

    Empire state quote!

    *distinct look of WTF (tm)*

    Empire state...

    eh?
    ย 

    Any Firefox users left?

    ย Who done broked the Interwebs?

    I don't know about Firefox but you did manage to break Firebug.

    In any way, XPath of the innermost BLOCKQUOTE tag:

    [code]/html/body/form/div[2]/div[2]/table/tbody/tr/td[2]/table/tbody/tr/td/div/div[2]/ul/li[18]/div/table/tbody/tr/td[2]/table/tbody/tr/td/div/div/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote[/code]ย 

    [/quote]

    I'm a firefox user. I'm still here.

    T'aint broken yet (much.) (I wonder how bad it's going to be when I get back in a week? )

    [/quote]

    There's only one way to find out...



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    ^ fail

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    [quote user="joe.edwards@imaginuity.com"]The Infinite Cat Project
    Lolcats pales in comparison! s this
    Infinite quote project?
    Yup
    heh heh
    Thats what I get for not scrolling down far enough (disregard my previous post)
    How long until it blows up, I wonder?
    I dunno.
    soonish
    well, the innermost quote box will eventually need to shrink to zero size.
    Well at the rate we're going it's not going to take long hehe
    It feels cool to have my post at the center of all this.
    The reply page looks really strange
    Well thats because we have an InifnitePost Syndrome going on here
    Are we there yet?
    We have to be getting close by now, right?
    Nearly there, I guess. /me will throw a /me in just for fun (watch what happens when you quote it :P)
    Dunno - trying.
    The name after the / me changes to your name, rather than staying as mine (as it should - And does in SMF :))
    I think we've just about blown it up - The innermost quote box is all squashed on my 1280x800 screen ๐Ÿ˜›
    I wonder if I should do something about that - isn't it my duty as a moderator to stop such an abuse?
    Good thing I just got a wide screen monitor. Looks fine here.
    OMG it's gone mad.
    Come on! Stop it already!
    Good browser test ๐Ÿ˜›
    Reminds me of a Usenet Meow cascade!
    I'll join in as well for the fun of it, it's also a good test for CS - See if there is a limit on quote blocks! Scroll scroll scroll your bar, gently down the screen. Merrily merrily merrily merrily,...... erm... don't know how to finish it!
    Life is Paula Beans?
    Is this building to a punchline?
    I think it's building to a stack-overflow...
    I'd say it's broken already
    Join me on a scenic tour of The Quote Pyramid, housing ancient relics mentions of stuff like Lolcats and /me tests!
    Edgar the Eightball says: /me is stupid!
    Still working on 1920x1200
    Number of HTML tags this document consists of: 9320
    Scrolling down real quick gave me a headache -but typing this reply seems to cause even greater headache, since every time I press a key, the window either jumps up to the start of previous post, or back down to the editbox - really weird.
    Firefox messes up sometimes if I try to view the later posts in Page 1.

    edit: Blah! Lost the quote. Readded it in edit.

    The WTF'ery is strong with this one!

    As I said earlier (but it seems to have been lost from the quote tree) it works perfectly in IE7. In Firefox the inner divs are outside their parents and the text overflows the quote box it's supposed to be in, but in IE7 it's all fine.

    I can't believe IE7 wins at something.


    You're Winner!


    Interesting... The / me is broken
    I'll try it here: /me says that this is a test


    On Opera the post grows a horizontal scrollbar

    The / me thing is strange...


    Yeah, I noticed the scroll bar - I guess the whole post is inside a div with a style of "overflow: auto" (although I haven't checked this)
    And yeah, the /me thing is definitely strange... I'm not sure whether it's a bug, or a "feature" (don't process /me on posts with lots of quotes?)
    Oops! replied to the wrong one...

    I suspect that the code carefully avoids expanding /me in quoted text, but gets confused by huge quote depths and gives up!

    Ok, I'll join in. IE7 Grows a horizontal scroll bar as well. The only side effect seems to be putting text as one word per line on the innermost quotes.

    ย 

    What happen?

    Somebody set us up the quote.

    ย 

    How are you gentlemen?

    All your browser are belong to us.

    ย 

    ๐Ÿ˜›

    lol, that had to come.

    Current number of HTML tags: 5830 (reset by the page break) Come on people, we got to break 10000!

    By the way I get a blank screen on firefox once I scrolled down enough. The screen returns when I release the scroll button. Anyone else with that effect?

    ย 

    I get that, but I have to refresh the page before I get my screen back. And all of my innermost quotes are un-nested and off the right side of the page. I think Firefox really has lost this competition.

    I got the same here. Then again, the forum software is a WTF (as we all know), so that doesn't mean much.

    Ooh, can I spam too?

    Yes, indeed you can.

    You have no chance to render make your time.

    Take off every 'Div'.

    You know what you doing?

    Move 'Div'.

    For great W3C.


    I think it's using <blockquote>s for the quotes, not <div>s ๐Ÿ™‚ (I haven't checked, though).
    Anyways... This page is almost 400 KB, and there's 4535 validation errors :o
    It's using DIV and BLOCKQUOTE tags.

    Fun. In Konqueror, it displays (with a horizontal scrollbar, as it should), but the innermost quote blocks and text have overflowed out to the right of their parent. (I'm not sure if this should happen, but most likely Konqueror and Firefox are doing the standards-compliant thing and IE is subtly broken. It has been known to have some bugs in this area

    Result: Failed validation, 6147 errors
    I'm not sure how big the page is now, in terms of KB or HTML tags, but 'it's beginning to slow my browser down just a little bit.

    Firefox's page info reports that we've hit half a MB...

    ย 

    This is madness, Madness I tells you!!

    BTW: that composite image I mentioned further up the page: 1178 x 5479 (126 kb)... Abandon hope, all ye who load it. http://i163.photobucket.com/albums/t293/James_Penk/WTF_Composite.png

    11995 HTML tags! We got a breakthrough!

    Also kudos for that image. I have a new desktop background now...

    Your welcome.

    BTW: Did you rotate the image and have a stupidly wide monitor, or do you have a stupidly tall monitor and leave the image in it's original orientation?

    (I have a vision of a monitor so large it takes up an *entire* wall. ๐Ÿ™‚ )


    I'll add to it.

    Posting in a legendary thread.


    ^ win


    Win? Definitely ๐Ÿ™‚

    Big Rigs - You're Winner!
    (from Big Rigs: Over the Road Racing)

    The page is starting to F up my Linux laptop, keep going!

    This page is making my PC work overtime on rendering the page.. I know this because every time I click the link, my cooling fans scream into overdrive and I go deaf.

    Keep up the {good|bad|ugly} work.

    (Yes, I know I'm not funny, but I'm typing this at 0525H. and I haven't had a cuppa yet.)


    It stopped, finally!

    O RLY?


    It's long past broken on my computer (FF2 at 1280x800). Firebug won't show the innermost levels of this pile of replies, it gives up somewhere in the middle, just showing < </> instead of the tags that should be there.

    Opera's Developer Console doesn't give up, and except for about 5-second delay at startup, it works almost instantly...
    (DOM Snapshot doesn't seem to work though)

    FF2 is still going strong for me.

    http://rinkworks.com/stupid/cs_programming.shtml

    @That page said:


    /* This function is BOOL but actually returns TRUE,
    FALSE and -2 because I've no time to change it
    to int */

    Pffft... They should return File_Not_Found instead of -2

    I believe we finally know the numeric value of FILE_NOT_FOUND

    lol

    • Friend: "The program is written, and I'm debugging it."
    • Boss: "What's wrong with you people? You make programming more difficult than it needs to be. I have Frontpage Express to write web pages with, and when I write code with it, I never need to debug it. If you were as good of a programmer as me, you'd never need to debug either."

    • When I was studying programming, one of my classmates was having serious troubles with his program. When he asked me for help, I leaned over his screen and saw all of his code in comments. The reason: "Well, it compiles much faster that way."


    "Hey! I hate these Microsoft guys! What a rotten compiler! It only accepts 16,384 local variables in a function!"



    Thanks whoever posted the http://rinkworks.com/stupid/cs_programming.shtml link... It's quite funny ๐Ÿ™‚

    Has anyone seen this topic zoomed out to 20% in Opera? I didn't realise that there was this many replies :P:




    Ouch. I can't see all of that: FF2 insists on restricting the overall layout to window-width, so most of that is off to the right. It looks pretty stupid (well, more stupid) on the minimum text size, and still scrolls off to the side. I wonder how many more replies before it hits a megabyte (currently on 183K) for one page, or causes serious errors (stack overflow anyone?)?

    I think we've hit FF2's nested tags limit, the inner quotes are all empty now. No "Infinite Cats Project"ย  in the middle ๐Ÿ˜ž

    No, they're not empty. they've just been pushed off the edge of the screen.

    It's just that the post is that huge that by the time you reach the horizontal scroolbar, the bit you wanted to scroll through has disappeared upwards.

    But, anyway, this is getting slightly mad now. It takes me damn near five minutes to scroll down the page. :p
    ย 

    BTW: ~244.7Kbย 

    Thief^: How did you miss the horizontal scrollbar? You can scroll across and look at the center quotes, but the original doesn't show (it was a link to the infinite cats project). A view source shows that the text is still there, just FF won't parse that deep.

    EDIT: Ok, now it's broken, the open quote and close quote tags aren't matching up, people are getting credited with the wrong posts and my post is outside the post frame.


    Random832: View selection source (which generates source based on the DOM tree) still shows the original text (which hasn't been a link for quite some time even in posts where it is visible, but the text "infinite cats project" shows), so it's still being parsed. There may be some nested box limit, have we reached some magic number of quote levels recently?



    ย 

    So we've reached a magic limit, but havn't broke anything.

    DAMN...

    I wonder how much more it would take to completely bring firefox to it's knees?

    Ok, new challenge. A cookie to the person who manages to get this thread to blow up my browser.ย 

    (This? A frivolous activity? nay, tis merely an extreme page rendering test.)ย 

    Empire state quote!

    *distinct look of WTF (tm)*

    Empire state...

    eh?
    ย 

    Any Firefox users left?

    ย Who done broked the Interwebs?

    I don't know about Firefox but you did manage to break Firebug.

    In any way, XPath of the innermost BLOCKQUOTE tag:

    [code]/html/body/form/div[2]/div[2]/table/tbody/tr/td[2]/table/tbody/tr/td/div/div[2]/ul/li[18]/div/table/tbody/tr/td[2]/table/tbody/tr/td/div/div/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote[/code]ย 

    I'm a firefox user. I'm still here.

    T'aint broken yet (much.) (I wonder how bad it's going to be when I get back in a week? )

    [/quote]

    There's only one way to find out...

    [/quote]

    I'm baaaa-aack!ย  And it's still working.ย  (Well, working as well as an infinite quotes project can be expected to.)

    It's taking me quite a while to scroll down the page now, though.ย  I'm not quite sure how big the page is, but I'll find out soon enough.ย 

    EDIT: 631.5KBย 

    Yes, I know I seem to be pretty much the only person keeping this thread alive now, and I'm going to give up soon.ย 



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    @fbjon said:
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    @foxyshadis said:

    ^ fail

    @GizmoC said:

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    @AI0867 said:
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    @newfweiler said:
    @operagost said:
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    @DaveK said:
    @XIU said:
    @Zecc said:
    @Thief^ said:
    @Nandurius said:
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    @viraptor said:
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    @PsychoCoder said:
    @DaBookshah said:
    @tster said:
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    @SamuelDr said:
    [quote user="joe.edwards@imaginuity.com"]@PsychoCoder said:
    @Veinor said:
    @alostpacket said:
    @Veinor said:
    @halcyon said:
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    [quote user="joe.edwards@imaginuity.com"]The Infinite Cat Project
    Lolcats pales in comparison! s this
    Infinite quote project?
    Yup
    heh heh
    Thats what I get for not scrolling down far enough (disregard my previous post)
    How long until it blows up, I wonder?
    I dunno.
    soonish
    well, the innermost quote box will eventually need to shrink to zero size.
    Well at the rate we're going it's not going to take long hehe
    It feels cool to have my post at the center of all this.
    The reply page looks really strange
    Well thats because we have an InifnitePost Syndrome going on here
    Are we there yet?
    We have to be getting close by now, right?
    Nearly there, I guess. /me will throw a /me in just for fun (watch what happens when you quote it :P)
    Dunno - trying.
    The name after the / me changes to your name, rather than staying as mine (as it should - And does in SMF :))
    I think we've just about blown it up - The innermost quote box is all squashed on my 1280x800 screen ๐Ÿ˜›
    I wonder if I should do something about that - isn't it my duty as a moderator to stop such an abuse?
    Good thing I just got a wide screen monitor. Looks fine here.
    OMG it's gone mad.
    Come on! Stop it already!
    Good browser test ๐Ÿ˜›
    Reminds me of a Usenet Meow cascade!
    I'll join in as well for the fun of it, it's also a good test for CS - See if there is a limit on quote blocks! Scroll scroll scroll your bar, gently down the screen. Merrily merrily merrily merrily,...... erm... don't know how to finish it!
    Life is Paula Beans?
    Is this building to a punchline?
    I think it's building to a stack-overflow...
    I'd say it's broken already
    Join me on a scenic tour of The Quote Pyramid, housing ancient relics mentions of stuff like Lolcats and /me tests!
    Edgar the Eightball says: /me is stupid!
    Still working on 1920x1200
    Number of HTML tags this document consists of: 9320
    Scrolling down real quick gave me a headache -but typing this reply seems to cause even greater headache, since every time I press a key, the window either jumps up to the start of previous post, or back down to the editbox - really weird.
    Firefox messes up sometimes if I try to view the later posts in Page 1.

    edit: Blah! Lost the quote. Readded it in edit.

    The WTF'ery is strong with this one!

    As I said earlier (but it seems to have been lost from the quote tree) it works perfectly in IE7. In Firefox the inner divs are outside their parents and the text overflows the quote box it's supposed to be in, but in IE7 it's all fine.

    I can't believe IE7 wins at something.


    You're Winner!


    Interesting... The / me is broken
    I'll try it here: /me says that this is a test


    On Opera the post grows a horizontal scrollbar

    The / me thing is strange...


    Yeah, I noticed the scroll bar - I guess the whole post is inside a div with a style of "overflow: auto" (although I haven't checked this)
    And yeah, the /me thing is definitely strange... I'm not sure whether it's a bug, or a "feature" (don't process /me on posts with lots of quotes?)
    Oops! replied to the wrong one...

    I suspect that the code carefully avoids expanding /me in quoted text, but gets confused by huge quote depths and gives up!

    Ok, I'll join in. IE7 Grows a horizontal scroll bar as well. The only side effect seems to be putting text as one word per line on the innermost quotes.

    ย 

    What happen?

    Somebody set us up the quote.

    ย 

    How are you gentlemen?

    All your browser are belong to us.

    ย 

    ๐Ÿ˜›

    lol, that had to come.

    Current number of HTML tags: 5830 (reset by the page break) Come on people, we got to break 10000!

    By the way I get a blank screen on firefox once I scrolled down enough. The screen returns when I release the scroll button. Anyone else with that effect?

    ย 

    I get that, but I have to refresh the page before I get my screen back. And all of my innermost quotes are un-nested and off the right side of the page. I think Firefox really has lost this competition.

    I got the same here. Then again, the forum software is a WTF (as we all know), so that doesn't mean much.

    Ooh, can I spam too?

    Yes, indeed you can.

    You have no chance to render make your time.

    Take off every 'Div'.

    You know what you doing?

    Move 'Div'.

    For great W3C.


    I think it's using <blockquote>s for the quotes, not <div>s ๐Ÿ™‚ (I haven't checked, though).
    Anyways... This page is almost 400 KB, and there's 4535 validation errors :o
    It's using DIV and BLOCKQUOTE tags.

    Fun. In Konqueror, it displays (with a horizontal scrollbar, as it should), but the innermost quote blocks and text have overflowed out to the right of their parent. (I'm not sure if this should happen, but most likely Konqueror and Firefox are doing the standards-compliant thing and IE is subtly broken. It has been known to have some bugs in this area

    Result: Failed validation, 6147 errors
    I'm not sure how big the page is now, in terms of KB or HTML tags, but 'it's beginning to slow my browser down just a little bit.

    Firefox's page info reports that we've hit half a MB...

    ย 

    This is madness, Madness I tells you!!

    BTW: that composite image I mentioned further up the page: 1178 x 5479 (126 kb)... Abandon hope, all ye who load it. http://i163.photobucket.com/albums/t293/James_Penk/WTF_Composite.png

    11995 HTML tags! We got a breakthrough!

    Also kudos for that image. I have a new desktop background now...

    Your welcome.

    BTW: Did you rotate the image and have a stupidly wide monitor, or do you have a stupidly tall monitor and leave the image in it's original orientation?

    (I have a vision of a monitor so large it takes up an *entire* wall. ๐Ÿ™‚ )


    I'll add to it.

    Posting in a legendary thread.


    ^ win


    Win? Definitely ๐Ÿ™‚

    Big Rigs - You're Winner!
    (from Big Rigs: Over the Road Racing)

    The page is starting to F up my Linux laptop, keep going!

    This page is making my PC work overtime on rendering the page.. I know this because every time I click the link, my cooling fans scream into overdrive and I go deaf.

    Keep up the {good|bad|ugly} work.

    (Yes, I know I'm not funny, but I'm typing this at 0525H. and I haven't had a cuppa yet.)


    It stopped, finally!

    O RLY?


    It's long past broken on my computer (FF2 at 1280x800). Firebug won't show the innermost levels of this pile of replies, it gives up somewhere in the middle, just showing < </> instead of the tags that should be there.

    Opera's Developer Console doesn't give up, and except for about 5-second delay at startup, it works almost instantly...
    (DOM Snapshot doesn't seem to work though)

    FF2 is still going strong for me.

    http://rinkworks.com/stupid/cs_programming.shtml

    @That page said:


    /* This function is BOOL but actually returns TRUE,
    FALSE and -2 because I've no time to change it
    to int */

    Pffft... They should return File_Not_Found instead of -2

    I believe we finally know the numeric value of FILE_NOT_FOUND

    lol

    • Friend: "The program is written, and I'm debugging it."
    • Boss: "What's wrong with you people? You make programming more difficult than it needs to be. I have Frontpage Express to write web pages with, and when I write code with it, I never need to debug it. If you were as good of a programmer as me, you'd never need to debug either."

    • When I was studying programming, one of my classmates was having serious troubles with his program. When he asked me for help, I leaned over his screen and saw all of his code in comments. The reason: "Well, it compiles much faster that way."


    "Hey! I hate these Microsoft guys! What a rotten compiler! It only accepts 16,384 local variables in a function!"



    Thanks whoever posted the http://rinkworks.com/stupid/cs_programming.shtml link... It's quite funny ๐Ÿ™‚

    Has anyone seen this topic zoomed out to 20% in Opera? I didn't realise that there was this many replies :P:




    Ouch. I can't see all of that: FF2 insists on restricting the overall layout to window-width, so most of that is off to the right. It looks pretty stupid (well, more stupid) on the minimum text size, and still scrolls off to the side. I wonder how many more replies before it hits a megabyte (currently on 183K) for one page, or causes serious errors (stack overflow anyone?)?

    I think we've hit FF2's nested tags limit, the inner quotes are all empty now. No "Infinite Cats Project"ย  in the middle ๐Ÿ˜ž

    No, they're not empty. they've just been pushed off the edge of the screen.

    It's just that the post is that huge that by the time you reach the horizontal scroolbar, the bit you wanted to scroll through has disappeared upwards.

    But, anyway, this is getting slightly mad now. It takes me damn near five minutes to scroll down the page. :p
    ย 

    BTW: ~244.7Kbย 

    Thief^: How did you miss the horizontal scrollbar? You can scroll across and look at the center quotes, but the original doesn't show (it was a link to the infinite cats project). A view source shows that the text is still there, just FF won't parse that deep.

    EDIT: Ok, now it's broken, the open quote and close quote tags aren't matching up, people are getting credited with the wrong posts and my post is outside the post frame.


    Random832: View selection source (which generates source based on the DOM tree) still shows the original text (which hasn't been a link for quite some time even in posts where it is visible, but the text "infinite cats project" shows), so it's still being parsed. There may be some nested box limit, have we reached some magic number of quote levels recently?



    ย 

    So we've reached a magic limit, but havn't broke anything.

    DAMN...

    I wonder how much more it would take to completely bring firefox to it's knees?

    Ok, new challenge. A cookie to the person who manages to get this thread to blow up my browser.ย 

    (This? A frivolous activity? nay, tis merely an extreme page rendering test.)ย 

    Empire state quote!

    *distinct look of WTF (tm)*

    Empire state...

    eh?
    ย 

    Any Firefox users left?

    ย Who done broked the Interwebs?

    I don't know about Firefox but you did manage to break Firebug.

    In any way, XPath of the innermost BLOCKQUOTE tag:

    [code]/html/body/form/div[2]/div[2]/table/tbody/tr/td[2]/table/tbody/tr/td/div/div[2]/ul/li[18]/div/table/tbody/tr/td[2]/table/tbody/tr/td/div/div/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote[/code]ย 

    I'm a firefox user. I'm still here.

    T'aint broken yet (much.) (I wonder how bad it's going to be when I get back in a week? )

    There's only one way to find out...

    [/quote]

    I'm baaaa-aack!ย  And it's still working.ย  (Well, working as well as an infinite quotes project can be expected to.)

    It's taking me quite a while to scroll down the page now, though.ย  I'm not quite sure how big the page is, but I'll find out soon enough.ย 

    EDIT: 631.5KBย 

    Yes, I know I seem to be pretty much the only person keeping this thread alive now, and I'm going to give up soon.ย 

    [/quote]

    ย 

    No, you mustn't give up the fight!

    This was an entertaining thread...

    hey whats up with the source code and the "fail" line

    @viewPageSource said:

    ย ...qote user="Daniel15"(bracket)(bracket)quote user="foxyshadis"(bracket)

    ^ fail

    (bracket)quote user="GizmoC"...



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    ^ fail

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    [quote user="joe.edwards@imaginuity.com"]The Infinite Cat Project
    Lolcats pales in comparison! s this
    Infinite quote project?
    Yup
    heh heh
    Thats what I get for not scrolling down far enough (disregard my previous post)
    How long until it blows up, I wonder?
    I dunno.
    soonish
    well, the innermost quote box will eventually need to shrink to zero size.
    Well at the rate we're going it's not going to take long hehe
    It feels cool to have my post at the center of all this.
    The reply page looks really strange
    Well thats because we have an InifnitePost Syndrome going on here
    Are we there yet?
    We have to be getting close by now, right?
    Nearly there, I guess. /me will throw a /me in just for fun (watch what happens when you quote it :P)
    Dunno - trying.
    The name after the / me changes to your name, rather than staying as mine (as it should - And does in SMF :))
    I think we've just about blown it up - The innermost quote box is all squashed on my 1280x800 screen ๐Ÿ˜›
    I wonder if I should do something about that - isn't it my duty as a moderator to stop such an abuse?
    Good thing I just got a wide screen monitor. Looks fine here.
    OMG it's gone mad.
    Come on! Stop it already!
    Good browser test ๐Ÿ˜›
    Reminds me of a Usenet Meow cascade!
    I'll join in as well for the fun of it, it's also a good test for CS - See if there is a limit on quote blocks! Scroll scroll scroll your bar, gently down the screen. Merrily merrily merrily merrily,...... erm... don't know how to finish it!
    Life is Paula Beans?
    Is this building to a punchline?
    I think it's building to a stack-overflow...
    I'd say it's broken already
    Join me on a scenic tour of The Quote Pyramid, housing ancient relics mentions of stuff like Lolcats and /me tests!
    Edgar the Eightball says: /me is stupid!
    Still working on 1920x1200
    Number of HTML tags this document consists of: 9320
    Scrolling down real quick gave me a headache -but typing this reply seems to cause even greater headache, since every time I press a key, the window either jumps up to the start of previous post, or back down to the editbox - really weird.
    Firefox messes up sometimes if I try to view the later posts in Page 1.

    edit: Blah! Lost the quote. Readded it in edit.

    The WTF'ery is strong with this one!

    As I said earlier (but it seems to have been lost from the quote tree) it works perfectly in IE7. In Firefox the inner divs are outside their parents and the text overflows the quote box it's supposed to be in, but in IE7 it's all fine.

    I can't believe IE7 wins at something.


    You're Winner!


    Interesting... The / me is broken
    I'll try it here: /me says that this is a test


    On Opera the post grows a horizontal scrollbar

    The / me thing is strange...


    Yeah, I noticed the scroll bar - I guess the whole post is inside a div with a style of "overflow: auto" (although I haven't checked this)
    And yeah, the /me thing is definitely strange... I'm not sure whether it's a bug, or a "feature" (don't process /me on posts with lots of quotes?)
    Oops! replied to the wrong one...

    I suspect that the code carefully avoids expanding /me in quoted text, but gets confused by huge quote depths and gives up!

    Ok, I'll join in. IE7 Grows a horizontal scroll bar as well. The only side effect seems to be putting text as one word per line on the innermost quotes.

    ย 

    What happen?

    Somebody set us up the quote.

    ย 

    How are you gentlemen?

    All your browser are belong to us.

    ย 

    ๐Ÿ˜›

    lol, that had to come.

    Current number of HTML tags: 5830 (reset by the page break) Come on people, we got to break 10000!

    By the way I get a blank screen on firefox once I scrolled down enough. The screen returns when I release the scroll button. Anyone else with that effect?

    ย 

    I get that, but I have to refresh the page before I get my screen back. And all of my innermost quotes are un-nested and off the right side of the page. I think Firefox really has lost this competition.

    I got the same here. Then again, the forum software is a WTF (as we all know), so that doesn't mean much.

    Ooh, can I spam too?

    Yes, indeed you can.

    You have no chance to render make your time.

    Take off every 'Div'.

    You know what you doing?

    Move 'Div'.

    For great W3C.


    I think it's using <blockquote>s for the quotes, not <div>s ๐Ÿ™‚ (I haven't checked, though).
    Anyways... This page is almost 400 KB, and there's 4535 validation errors :o
    It's using DIV and BLOCKQUOTE tags.

    Fun. In Konqueror, it displays (with a horizontal scrollbar, as it should), but the innermost quote blocks and text have overflowed out to the right of their parent. (I'm not sure if this should happen, but most likely Konqueror and Firefox are doing the standards-compliant thing and IE is subtly broken. It has been known to have some bugs in this area

    Result: Failed validation, 6147 errors
    I'm not sure how big the page is now, in terms of KB or HTML tags, but 'it's beginning to slow my browser down just a little bit.

    Firefox's page info reports that we've hit half a MB...

    ย 

    This is madness, Madness I tells you!!

    BTW: that composite image I mentioned further up the page: 1178 x 5479 (126 kb)... Abandon hope, all ye who load it. http://i163.photobucket.com/albums/t293/James_Penk/WTF_Composite.png

    11995 HTML tags! We got a breakthrough!

    Also kudos for that image. I have a new desktop background now...

    Your welcome.

    BTW: Did you rotate the image and have a stupidly wide monitor, or do you have a stupidly tall monitor and leave the image in it's original orientation?

    (I have a vision of a monitor so large it takes up an *entire* wall. ๐Ÿ™‚ )


    I'll add to it.

    Posting in a legendary thread.


    ^ win


    Win? Definitely ๐Ÿ™‚

    Big Rigs - You're Winner!
    (from Big Rigs: Over the Road Racing)

    The page is starting to F up my Linux laptop, keep going!

    This page is making my PC work overtime on rendering the page.. I know this because every time I click the link, my cooling fans scream into overdrive and I go deaf.

    Keep up the {good|bad|ugly} work.

    (Yes, I know I'm not funny, but I'm typing this at 0525H. and I haven't had a cuppa yet.)


    It stopped, finally!

    O RLY?


    It's long past broken on my computer (FF2 at 1280x800). Firebug won't show the innermost levels of this pile of replies, it gives up somewhere in the middle, just showing < </> instead of the tags that should be there.

    Opera's Developer Console doesn't give up, and except for about 5-second delay at startup, it works almost instantly...
    (DOM Snapshot doesn't seem to work though)

    FF2 is still going strong for me.

    http://rinkworks.com/stupid/cs_programming.shtml

    @That page said:


    /* This function is BOOL but actually returns TRUE,
    FALSE and -2 because I've no time to change it
    to int */

    Pffft... They should return File_Not_Found instead of -2

    I believe we finally know the numeric value of FILE_NOT_FOUND

    lol

    • Friend: "The program is written, and I'm debugging it."
    • Boss: "What's wrong with you people? You make programming more difficult than it needs to be. I have Frontpage Express to write web pages with, and when I write code with it, I never need to debug it. If you were as good of a programmer as me, you'd never need to debug either."

    • When I was studying programming, one of my classmates was having serious troubles with his program. When he asked me for help, I leaned over his screen and saw all of his code in comments. The reason: "Well, it compiles much faster that way."


    "Hey! I hate these Microsoft guys! What a rotten compiler! It only accepts 16,384 local variables in a function!"



    Thanks whoever posted the http://rinkworks.com/stupid/cs_programming.shtml link... It's quite funny ๐Ÿ™‚

    Has anyone seen this topic zoomed out to 20% in Opera? I didn't realise that there was this many replies :P:




    Ouch. I can't see all of that: FF2 insists on restricting the overall layout to window-width, so most of that is off to the right. It looks pretty stupid (well, more stupid) on the minimum text size, and still scrolls off to the side. I wonder how many more replies before it hits a megabyte (currently on 183K) for one page, or causes serious errors (stack overflow anyone?)?

    I think we've hit FF2's nested tags limit, the inner quotes are all empty now. No "Infinite Cats Project"ย  in the middle ๐Ÿ˜ž

    No, they're not empty. they've just been pushed off the edge of the screen.

    It's just that the post is that huge that by the time you reach the horizontal scroolbar, the bit you wanted to scroll through has disappeared upwards.

    But, anyway, this is getting slightly mad now. It takes me damn near five minutes to scroll down the page. :p
    ย 

    BTW: ~244.7Kbย 

    Thief^: How did you miss the horizontal scrollbar? You can scroll across and look at the center quotes, but the original doesn't show (it was a link to the infinite cats project). A view source shows that the text is still there, just FF won't parse that deep.

    EDIT: Ok, now it's broken, the open quote and close quote tags aren't matching up, people are getting credited with the wrong posts and my post is outside the post frame.


    Random832: View selection source (which generates source based on the DOM tree) still shows the original text (which hasn't been a link for quite some time even in posts where it is visible, but the text "infinite cats project" shows), so it's still being parsed. There may be some nested box limit, have we reached some magic number of quote levels recently?



    ย 

    So we've reached a magic limit, but havn't broke anything.

    DAMN...

    I wonder how much more it would take to completely bring firefox to it's knees?

    Ok, new challenge. A cookie to the person who manages to get this thread to blow up my browser.ย 

    (This? A frivolous activity? nay, tis merely an extreme page rendering test.)ย 

    Empire state quote!

    *distinct look of WTF (tm)*

    Empire state...

    eh?
    ย 

    Any Firefox users left?

    ย Who done broked the Interwebs?

    I don't know about Firefox but you did manage to break Firebug.

    In any way, XPath of the innermost BLOCKQUOTE tag:

    [code]/html/body/form/div[2]/div[2]/table/tbody/tr/td[2]/table/tbody/tr/td/div/div[2]/ul/li[18]/div/table/tbody/tr/td[2]/table/tbody/tr/td/div/div/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote[/code]ย 

    I'm a firefox user. I'm still here.

    T'aint broken yet (much.) (I wonder how bad it's going to be when I get back in a week? )

    There's only one way to find out...

    I'm baaaa-aack!ย  And it's still working.ย  (Well, working as well as an infinite quotes project can be expected to.)

    It's taking me quite a while to scroll down the page now, though.ย  I'm not quite sure how big the page is, but I'll find out soon enough.ย 

    EDIT: 631.5KBย 

    Yes, I know I seem to be pretty much the only person keeping this thread alive now, and I'm going to give up soon.ย 

    [/quote]

    ย 

    No, you mustn't give up the fight!

    This was an entertaining thread...

    hey whats up with the source code and the "fail" line

    @viewPageSource said:

    ย ...qote user="Daniel15"(bracket)(bracket)quote user="foxyshadis"(bracket)

    ^ fail

    (bracket)quote user="GizmoC"...

    [/quote]

    I'm in.



  • @PSWorx said:

    @XIU said:
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    @Treeki said:
    @AI0867 said:
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    @PsychoCoder said:
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    @SamuelDr said:

    [quote user="joe.edwards@imaginuity.com"]@PsychoCoder said:

    @Veinor said:
    @alostpacket said:
    @Veinor said:


    @halcyon said:

    @PsychoCoder said:
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    [quote user="joe.edwards@imaginuity.com"]The Infinite Cat Project

    Lolcats pales in comparison!

    ย 

    ย 


    s this

    Infinite quote project?

    Yup

    heh heh

    Thats what I get for not scrolling down far enough (disregard my previous post)

    How long until it blows up, I wonder?

    I dunno.

    soonish

    well, the innermost quote box will eventually need to shrink to zero size.

    Well at the rate we're going it's not going to take long hehe

    It feels cool to have my post at the center of all this.

    ย 

    The reply page looks really strange

    Well thats because we have an InifnitePost Syndrome going on here

    Are we there yet?

    We have to be getting close by now, right?


    Nearly there, I guess.
    /me will throw a /me in just for fun (watch what happens when you quote it :P)

    Dunno - trying.


    The name after the / me changes to your name, rather than staying as mine (as it should - And does in SMF :))


    I think we've just about blown it up - The innermost quote box is all squashed on my 1280x800 screen ๐Ÿ˜›

    I wonder if I should do something about that - isn't it my duty as a moderator to stop such an abuse?

    Good thing I just got a wide screen monitor. Looks fine here.

    OMG it's gone mad.

    ย 

    Come on! Stop it already!ย 

    Good browser test ๐Ÿ˜›ย 

    Reminds me of a Usenet Meow cascade!

    ย 

    I'll join in as well for the fun of it, it's also a good test for CS - See if there is a limit on quote blocks!ย 

    Scroll scroll scroll your bar, gently down the screen.ย  Merrily merrily merrily merrily,...... erm... don't know how to finish it!ย 

    Life is Paula Beans?ย 

    Is this building to a punchline?

    ย 

    I think it's building to a stack-overflow...

    I'd say it's broken alreadyย 

    Join me on a scenic tour of The Quote Pyramid, housing ancient relics mentions of stuff like Lolcats and /me tests!

    Edgar the Eightball says:
    /me is stupid!
    ย 

    Still working on 1920x1200

    [/quote]

    Number of HTML tags this document consists of: 9320

    [/quote]

    Had to be done I s'pose



  • ^ fail

    Quote the latest post not the last one on the first page dumbass.



  • @ssprencel said:

    @Strider said:
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    @BiggBru said:
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    @Ice^^Heat said:
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    @Control_Alt_Kaboom said:
    @fbjon said:
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    @Mal1024 said:
    @Daniel15 said:
    @foxyshadis said:

    ^ fail

    @GizmoC said:

    @luketheduke said:
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    @Veinor said:
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    @ender said:

    @PSWorx said:
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    @PsychoCoder said:
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    @tster said:
    @PsychoCoder said:
    @SamuelDr said:
    [quote user="joe.edwards@imaginuity.com"]@PsychoCoder said:
    @Veinor said:
    @alostpacket said:
    @Veinor said:
    @halcyon said:
    @PsychoCoder said:
    @Tatiano said:
    @Harsh said:
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    @SamuelDr said:
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    @Amackera said:
    @PSWorx said:
    @Amackera said:
    [quote user="[omitted]"]The Infinite Cat Project
    Lolcats pales in comparison! s this
    Infinite quote project?
    Yup
    heh heh
    Thats what I get for not scrolling down far enough (disregard my previous post)
    How long until it blows up, I wonder?
    I dunno.
    soonish
    well, the innermost quote box will eventually need to shrink to zero size.
    Well at the rate we're going it's not going to take long hehe
    It feels cool to have my post at the center of all this.
    The reply page looks really strange
    Well thats because we have an InifnitePost Syndrome going on here
    Are we there yet?
    We have to be getting close by now, right?
    Nearly there, I guess. /me will throw a /me in just for fun (watch what happens when you quote it :P)
    Dunno - trying.
    The name after the / me changes to your name, rather than staying as mine (as it should - And does in SMF :))
    I think we've just about blown it up - The innermost quote box is all squashed on my 1280x800 screen ๐Ÿ˜›
    I wonder if I should do something about that - isn't it my duty as a moderator to stop such an abuse?
    Good thing I just got a wide screen monitor. Looks fine here.
    OMG it's gone mad.
    Come on! Stop it already!
    Good browser test ๐Ÿ˜›
    Reminds me of a Usenet Meow cascade!
    I'll join in as well for the fun of it, it's also a good test for CS - See if there is a limit on quote blocks! Scroll scroll scroll your bar, gently down the screen. Merrily merrily merrily merrily,...... erm... don't know how to finish it!
    Life is Paula Beans?
    Is this building to a punchline?
    I think it's building to a stack-overflow...
    I'd say it's broken already
    Join me on a scenic tour of The Quote Pyramid, housing ancient relics mentions of stuff like Lolcats and /me tests!
    Edgar the Eightball says: /me is stupid!
    Still working on 1920x1200
    Number of HTML tags this document consists of: 9320
    Scrolling down real quick gave me a headache -but typing this reply seems to cause even greater headache, since every time I press a key, the window either jumps up to the start of previous post, or back down to the editbox - really weird.
    Firefox messes up sometimes if I try to view the later posts in Page 1.

    edit: Blah! Lost the quote. Readded it in edit.

    The WTF'ery is strong with this one!

    As I said earlier (but it seems to have been lost from the quote tree) it works perfectly in IE7. In Firefox the inner divs are outside their parents and the text overflows the quote box it's supposed to be in, but in IE7 it's all fine.

    I can't believe IE7 wins at something.


    You're Winner!


    Interesting... The / me is broken
    I'll try it here: /me says that this is a test


    On Opera the post grows a horizontal scrollbar

    The / me thing is strange...


    Yeah, I noticed the scroll bar - I guess the whole post is inside a div with a style of "overflow: auto" (although I haven't checked this)
    And yeah, the /me thing is definitely strange... I'm not sure whether it's a bug, or a "feature" (don't process /me on posts with lots of quotes?)
    Oops! replied to the wrong one...

    I suspect that the code carefully avoids expanding /me in quoted text, but gets confused by huge quote depths and gives up!

    Ok, I'll join in. IE7 Grows a horizontal scroll bar as well. The only side effect seems to be putting text as one word per line on the innermost quotes.

    ย 

    What happen?

    Somebody set us up the quote.

    ย 

    How are you gentlemen?

    All your browser are belong to us.

    ย 

    ๐Ÿ˜›

    lol, that had to come.

    Current number of HTML tags: 5830 (reset by the page break) Come on people, we got to break 10000!

    By the way I get a blank screen on firefox once I scrolled down enough. The screen returns when I release the scroll button. Anyone else with that effect?

    ย 

    I get that, but I have to refresh the page before I get my screen back. And all of my innermost quotes are un-nested and off the right side of the page. I think Firefox really has lost this competition.

    I got the same here. Then again, the forum software is a WTF (as we all know), so that doesn't mean much.

    Ooh, can I spam too?

    Yes, indeed you can.

    You have no chance to render make your time.

    Take off every 'Div'.

    You know what you doing?

    Move 'Div'.

    For great W3C.


    I think it's using <blockquote>s for the quotes, not <div>s ๐Ÿ™‚ (I haven't checked, though).
    Anyways... This page is almost 400 KB, and there's 4535 validation errors :o
    It's using DIV and BLOCKQUOTE tags.

    Fun. In Konqueror, it displays (with a horizontal scrollbar, as it should), but the innermost quote blocks and text have overflowed out to the right of their parent. (I'm not sure if this should happen, but most likely Konqueror and Firefox are doing the standards-compliant thing and IE is subtly broken. It has been known to have some bugs in this area

    Result: Failed validation, 6147 errors
    I'm not sure how big the page is now, in terms of KB or HTML tags, but 'it's beginning to slow my browser down just a little bit.

    Firefox's page info reports that we've hit half a MB...

    ย 

    This is madness, Madness I tells you!!

    BTW: that composite image I mentioned further up the page: 1178 x 5479 (126 kb)... Abandon hope, all ye who load it. http://i163.photobucket.com/albums/t293/James_Penk/WTF_Composite.png

    11995 HTML tags! We got a breakthrough!

    Also kudos for that image. I have a new desktop background now...

    Your welcome.

    BTW: Did you rotate the image and have a stupidly wide monitor, or do you have a stupidly tall monitor and leave the image in it's original orientation?

    (I have a vision of a monitor so large it takes up an *entire* wall. ๐Ÿ™‚ )


    I'll add to it.

    Posting in a legendary thread.


    ^ win


    Win? Definitely ๐Ÿ™‚

    Big Rigs - You're Winner!
    (from Big Rigs: Over the Road Racing)

    The page is starting to F up my Linux laptop, keep going!

    This page is making my PC work overtime on rendering the page.. I know this because every time I click the link, my cooling fans scream into overdrive and I go deaf.

    Keep up the {good|bad|ugly} work.

    (Yes, I know I'm not funny, but I'm typing this at 0525H. and I haven't had a cuppa yet.)


    It stopped, finally!

    O RLY?


    It's long past broken on my computer (FF2 at 1280x800). Firebug won't show the innermost levels of this pile of replies, it gives up somewhere in the middle, just showing < </> instead of the tags that should be there.

    Opera's Developer Console doesn't give up, and except for about 5-second delay at startup, it works almost instantly...
    (DOM Snapshot doesn't seem to work though)

    FF2 is still going strong for me.

    http://rinkworks.com/stupid/cs_programming.shtml

    @That page said:


    /* This function is BOOL but actually returns TRUE,
    FALSE and -2 because I've no time to change it
    to int */

    Pffft... They should return File_Not_Found instead of -2

    I believe we finally know the numeric value of FILE_NOT_FOUND

    lol

    • Friend: "The program is written, and I'm debugging it."
    • Boss: "What's wrong with you people? You make programming more difficult than it needs to be. I have Frontpage Express to write web pages with, and when I write code with it, I never need to debug it. If you were as good of a programmer as me, you'd never need to debug either."

    • When I was studying programming, one of my classmates was having serious troubles with his program. When he asked me for help, I leaned over his screen and saw all of his code in comments. The reason: "Well, it compiles much faster that way."


    "Hey! I hate these Microsoft guys! What a rotten compiler! It only accepts 16,384 local variables in a function!"



    Thanks whoever posted the http://rinkworks.com/stupid/cs_programming.shtml link... It's quite funny ๐Ÿ™‚

    Has anyone seen this topic zoomed out to 20% in Opera? I didn't realise that there was this many replies :P:




    Ouch. I can't see all of that: FF2 insists on restricting the overall layout to window-width, so most of that is off to the right. It looks pretty stupid (well, more stupid) on the minimum text size, and still scrolls off to the side. I wonder how many more replies before it hits a megabyte (currently on 183K) for one page, or causes serious errors (stack overflow anyone?)?

    I think we've hit FF2's nested tags limit, the inner quotes are all empty now. No "Infinite Cats Project"ย  in the middle ๐Ÿ˜ž

    No, they're not empty. they've just been pushed off the edge of the screen.

    It's just that the post is that huge that by the time you reach the horizontal scroolbar, the bit you wanted to scroll through has disappeared upwards.

    But, anyway, this is getting slightly mad now. It takes me damn near five minutes to scroll down the page. :p
    ย 

    BTW: ~244.7Kbย 

    Thief^: How did you miss the horizontal scrollbar? You can scroll across and look at the center quotes, but the original doesn't show (it was a link to the infinite cats project). A view source shows that the text is still there, just FF won't parse that deep.

    EDIT: Ok, now it's broken, the open quote and close quote tags aren't matching up, people are getting credited with the wrong posts and my post is outside the post frame.


    Random832: View selection source (which generates source based on the DOM tree) still shows the original text (which hasn't been a link for quite some time even in posts where it is visible, but the text "infinite cats project" shows), so it's still being parsed. There may be some nested box limit, have we reached some magic number of quote levels recently?



    ย 

    So we've reached a magic limit, but havn't broke anything.

    DAMN...

    I wonder how much more it would take to completely bring firefox to it's knees?

    Ok, new challenge. A cookie to the person who manages to get this thread to blow up my browser.ย 

    (This? A frivolous activity? nay, tis merely an extreme page rendering test.)ย 

    Empire state quote!

    *distinct look of WTF (tm)*

    Empire state...

    eh?
    ย 

    Any Firefox users left?

    ย Who done broked the Interwebs?

    I don't know about Firefox but you did manage to break Firebug.

    In any way, XPath of the innermost BLOCKQUOTE tag:

    [code]/html/body/form/div[2]/div[2]/table/tbody/tr/td[2]/table/tbody/tr/td/div/div[2]/ul/li[18]/div/table/tbody/tr/td[2]/table/tbody/tr/td/div/div/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote[/code]ย 

    I'm a firefox user. I'm still here.

    T'aint broken yet (much.) (I wonder how bad it's going to be when I get back in a week? )

    There's only one way to find out...

    I'm baaaa-aack!ย  And it's still working.ย  (Well, working as well as an infinite quotes project can be expected to.)

    It's taking me quite a while to scroll down the page now, though.ย  I'm not quite sure how big the page is, but I'll find out soon enough.ย 

    EDIT: 631.5KBย 

    Yes, I know I seem to be pretty much the only person keeping this thread alive now, and I'm going to give up soon.ย 

    ย 

    No, you mustn't give up the fight!

    This was an entertaining thread...

    hey whats up with the source code and the "fail" line

    @viewPageSource said:

    ย ...qote user="Daniel15"(bracket)(bracket)quote user="foxyshadis"(bracket)

    ^ fail

    (bracket)quote user="GizmoC"...

    [/quote]

    I'm in.

    [/quote]

    Whoo! Another one joins the ranks!

    ^^
    ย 



  • @Control_Alt_Kaboom said:

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    @BiggBru said:
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    @LightningDragon said:
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    @rdrunner said:
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    @Mal1024 said:
    @Veinor said:
    @ender said:
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    @LightningDragon said:
    @Control_Alt_Kaboom said:
    @fbjon said:
    @Control_Alt_Kaboom said:
    @Mal1024 said:
    @Daniel15 said:
    @foxyshadis said:

    ^ fail

    @GizmoC said:

    @luketheduke said:
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    @BradleyS said:
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    @DigitalXeron said:
    @Daniel15 said:
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    @Thief^ said:
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    @Treeki said:

    @ender said:

    @PSWorx said:
    @XIU said:
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    @Treeki said:
    @AI0867 said:
    @RaspenJho said:
    @newfweiler said:
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    @Zecc said:
    @Thief^ said:
    @Nandurius said:
    @ammoQ said:
    @Daniel15 said:
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    @viraptor said:
    @Daniel15 said:
    @PsychoCoder said:
    @DaBookshah said:
    @tster said:
    @PsychoCoder said:
    @SamuelDr said:
    [quote user="joe.edwards@imaginuity.com"]@PsychoCoder said:
    @Veinor said:
    @alostpacket said:
    @Veinor said:
    @halcyon said:
    @PsychoCoder said:
    @Tatiano said:
    @Harsh said:
    @PSWorx said:
    @SamuelDr said:
    @PSWorx said:
    @Amackera said:
    @PSWorx said:
    @Amackera said:
    [omitted]
    Lolcats pales in comparison! s this
    Infinite quote project?
    Yup
    heh heh
    Thats what I get for not scrolling down far enough (disregard my previous post)
    How long until it blows up, I wonder?
    I dunno.
    soonish
    well, the innermost quote box will eventually need to shrink to zero size.
    Well at the rate we're going it's not going to take long hehe
    It feels cool to have my post at the center of all this.
    The reply page looks really strange
    Well thats because we have an InifnitePost Syndrome going on here
    Are we there yet?
    We have to be getting close by now, right?
    Nearly there, I guess. /me will throw a /me in just for fun (watch what happens when you quote it :P)
    Dunno - trying.
    The name after the / me changes to your name, rather than staying as mine (as it should - And does in SMF :))
    I think we've just about blown it up - The innermost quote box is all squashed on my 1280x800 screen ๐Ÿ˜›
    I wonder if I should do something about that - isn't it my duty as a moderator to stop such an abuse?
    Good thing I just got a wide screen monitor. Looks fine here.
    OMG it's gone mad.
    Come on! Stop it already!
    Good browser test ๐Ÿ˜›
    Reminds me of a Usenet Meow cascade!
    I'll join in as well for the fun of it, it's also a good test for CS - See if there is a limit on quote blocks! Scroll scroll scroll your bar, gently down the screen. Merrily merrily merrily merrily,...... erm... don't know how to finish it!
    Life is Paula Beans?
    Is this building to a punchline?
    I think it's building to a stack-overflow...
    I'd say it's broken already
    Join me on a scenic tour of The Quote Pyramid, housing ancient relics mentions of stuff like Lolcats and /me tests!
    Edgar the Eightball says: /me is stupid!
    Still working on 1920x1200
    Number of HTML tags this document consists of: 9320
    Scrolling down real quick gave me a headache -but typing this reply seems to cause even greater headache, since every time I press a key, the window either jumps up to the start of previous post, or back down to the editbox - really weird.
    Firefox messes up sometimes if I try to view the later posts in Page 1.

    edit: Blah! Lost the quote. Readded it in edit.

    The WTF'ery is strong with this one!

    As I said earlier (but it seems to have been lost from the quote tree) it works perfectly in IE7. In Firefox the inner divs are outside their parents and the text overflows the quote box it's supposed to be in, but in IE7 it's all fine.

    I can't believe IE7 wins at something.


    You're Winner!


    Interesting... The / me is broken
    I'll try it here: /me says that this is a test


    On Opera the post grows a horizontal scrollbar

    The / me thing is strange...


    Yeah, I noticed the scroll bar - I guess the whole post is inside a div with a style of "overflow: auto" (although I haven't checked this)
    And yeah, the /me thing is definitely strange... I'm not sure whether it's a bug, or a "feature" (don't process /me on posts with lots of quotes?)
    Oops! replied to the wrong one...

    I suspect that the code carefully avoids expanding /me in quoted text, but gets confused by huge quote depths and gives up!

    Ok, I'll join in. IE7 Grows a horizontal scroll bar as well. The only side effect seems to be putting text as one word per line on the innermost quotes.

    ย 

    What happen?

    Somebody set us up the quote.

    ย 

    How are you gentlemen?

    All your browser are belong to us.

    ย 

    ๐Ÿ˜›

    lol, that had to come.

    Current number of HTML tags: 5830 (reset by the page break) Come on people, we got to break 10000!

    By the way I get a blank screen on firefox once I scrolled down enough. The screen returns when I release the scroll button. Anyone else with that effect?

    ย 

    I get that, but I have to refresh the page before I get my screen back. And all of my innermost quotes are un-nested and off the right side of the page. I think Firefox really has lost this competition.

    I got the same here. Then again, the forum software is a WTF (as we all know), so that doesn't mean much.

    Ooh, can I spam too?

    Yes, indeed you can.

    You have no chance to render make your time.

    Take off every 'Div'.

    You know what you doing?

    Move 'Div'.

    For great W3C.


    I think it's using <blockquote>s for the quotes, not <div>s ๐Ÿ™‚ (I haven't checked, though).
    Anyways... This page is almost 400 KB, and there's 4535 validation errors :o
    It's using DIV and BLOCKQUOTE tags.

    Fun. In Konqueror, it displays (with a horizontal scrollbar, as it should), but the innermost quote blocks and text have overflowed out to the right of their parent. (I'm not sure if this should happen, but most likely Konqueror and Firefox are doing the standards-compliant thing and IE is subtly broken. It has been known to have some bugs in this area

    Result: Failed validation, 6147 errors
    I'm not sure how big the page is now, in terms of KB or HTML tags, but 'it's beginning to slow my browser down just a little bit.

    Firefox's page info reports that we've hit half a MB...

    ย 

    This is madness, Madness I tells you!!

    BTW: that composite image I mentioned further up the page: 1178 x 5479 (126 kb)... Abandon hope, all ye who load it. http://i163.photobucket.com/albums/t293/James_Penk/WTF_Composite.png

    11995 HTML tags! We got a breakthrough!

    Also kudos for that image. I have a new desktop background now...

    Your welcome.

    BTW: Did you rotate the image and have a stupidly wide monitor, or do you have a stupidly tall monitor and leave the image in it's original orientation?

    (I have a vision of a monitor so large it takes up an *entire* wall. ๐Ÿ™‚ )


    I'll add to it.

    Posting in a legendary thread.


    ^ win


    Win? Definitely ๐Ÿ™‚

    Big Rigs - You're Winner!
    (from Big Rigs: Over the Road Racing)

    The page is starting to F up my Linux laptop, keep going!

    This page is making my PC work overtime on rendering the page.. I know this because every time I click the link, my cooling fans scream into overdrive and I go deaf.

    Keep up the {good|bad|ugly} work.

    (Yes, I know I'm not funny, but I'm typing this at 0525H. and I haven't had a cuppa yet.)


    It stopped, finally!

    O RLY?


    It's long past broken on my computer (FF2 at 1280x800). Firebug won't show the innermost levels of this pile of replies, it gives up somewhere in the middle, just showing < </> instead of the tags that should be there.

    Opera's Developer Console doesn't give up, and except for about 5-second delay at startup, it works almost instantly...
    (DOM Snapshot doesn't seem to work though)

    FF2 is still going strong for me.

    http://rinkworks.com/stupid/cs_programming.shtml

    @That page said:


    /* This function is BOOL but actually returns TRUE,
    FALSE and -2 because I've no time to change it
    to int */

    Pffft... They should return File_Not_Found instead of -2

    I believe we finally know the numeric value of FILE_NOT_FOUND

    lol

    • Friend: "The program is written, and I'm debugging it."
    • Boss: "What's wrong with you people? You make programming more difficult than it needs to be. I have Frontpage Express to write web pages with, and when I write code with it, I never need to debug it. If you were as good of a programmer as me, you'd never need to debug either."

    • When I was studying programming, one of my classmates was having serious troubles with his program. When he asked me for help, I leaned over his screen and saw all of his code in comments. The reason: "Well, it compiles much faster that way."


    "Hey! I hate these Microsoft guys! What a rotten compiler! It only accepts 16,384 local variables in a function!"



    Thanks whoever posted the http://rinkworks.com/stupid/cs_programming.shtml link... It's quite funny ๐Ÿ™‚

    Has anyone seen this topic zoomed out to 20% in Opera? I didn't realise that there was this many replies :P:




    Ouch. I can't see all of that: FF2 insists on restricting the overall layout to window-width, so most of that is off to the right. It looks pretty stupid (well, more stupid) on the minimum text size, and still scrolls off to the side. I wonder how many more replies before it hits a megabyte (currently on 183K) for one page, or causes serious errors (stack overflow anyone?)?

    I think we've hit FF2's nested tags limit, the inner quotes are all empty now. No "Infinite Cats Project"ย  in the middle ๐Ÿ˜ž

    No, they're not empty. they've just been pushed off the edge of the screen.

    It's just that the post is that huge that by the time you reach the horizontal scroolbar, the bit you wanted to scroll through has disappeared upwards.

    But, anyway, this is getting slightly mad now. It takes me damn near five minutes to scroll down the page. :p
    ย 

    BTW: ~244.7Kbย 

    Thief^: How did you miss the horizontal scrollbar? You can scroll across and look at the center quotes, but the original doesn't show (it was a link to the infinite cats project). A view source shows that the text is still there, just FF won't parse that deep.

    EDIT: Ok, now it's broken, the open quote and close quote tags aren't matching up, people are getting credited with the wrong posts and my post is outside the post frame.


    Random832: View selection source (which generates source based on the DOM tree) still shows the original text (which hasn't been a link for quite some time even in posts where it is visible, but the text "infinite cats project" shows), so it's still being parsed. There may be some nested box limit, have we reached some magic number of quote levels recently?



    ย 

    So we've reached a magic limit, but havn't broke anything.

    DAMN...

    I wonder how much more it would take to completely bring firefox to it's knees?

    Ok, new challenge. A cookie to the person who manages to get this thread to blow up my browser.ย 

    (This? A frivolous activity? nay, tis merely an extreme page rendering test.)ย 

    Empire state quote!

    *distinct look of WTF (tm)*

    Empire state...

    eh?
    ย 

    Any Firefox users left?

    ย Who done broked the Interwebs?

    I don't know about Firefox but you did manage to break Firebug.

    In any way, XPath of the innermost BLOCKQUOTE tag:

    [code]/html/body/form/div[2]/div[2]/table/tbody/tr/td[2]/table/tbody/tr/td/div/div[2]/ul/li[18]/div/table/tbody/tr/td[2]/table/tbody/tr/td/div/div/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote[/code]ย 

    I'm a firefox user. I'm still here.

    T'aint broken yet (much.) (I wonder how bad it's going to be when I get back in a week? )

    There's only one way to find out...

    I'm baaaa-aack!ย  And it's still working.ย  (Well, working as well as an infinite quotes project can be expected to.)

    It's taking me quite a while to scroll down the page now, though.ย  I'm not quite sure how big the page is, but I'll find out soon enough.ย 

    EDIT: 631.5KBย 

    Yes, I know I seem to be pretty much the only person keeping this thread alive now, and I'm going to give up soon.ย 

    ย 

    No, you mustn't give up the fight!

    This was an entertaining thread...

    hey whats up with the source code and the "fail" line

    @viewPageSource said:

    ย ...qote user="Daniel15"(bracket)(bracket)quote user="foxyshadis"(bracket)

    ^ fail

    (bracket)quote user="GizmoC"...

    I'm in.

    [/quote]

    Whoo! Another one joins the ranks!

    ^^
    ย 

    [/quote]

    close to 800kb.ย  Does the software separate posts on different pages by # of posts or by page size...

    probably number of posts?

    still dont understand what the ^fail is all about?



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    [quote user="joe.edwards@imaginuity.com"]The Infinite Cat Project

    Lolcats pales in comparison!

    ย 


    s this

    Infinite quote project?

    Yup

    heh heh

    Thats what I get for not scrolling down far enough (disregard my previous post)

    How long until it blows up, I wonder?

    I dunno.

    soonish

    well, the innermost quote box will eventually need to shrink to zero size.

    Well at the rate we're going it's not going to take long hehe

    It feels cool to have my post at the center of all this.

    ย 

    The reply page looks really strange

    Well thats because we have an InifnitePost Syndrome going on here

    Are we there yet?

    We have to be getting close by now, right?


    Nearly there, I guess.
    /me will throw a /me in just for fun (watch what happens when you quote it :P)

    Dunno - trying.


    The name after the / me changes to your name, rather than staying as mine (as it should - And does in SMF :))


    I think we've just about blown it up - The innermost quote box is all squashed on my 1280x800 screen ๐Ÿ˜›

    I wonder if I should do something about that - isn't it my duty as a moderator to stop such an abuse?

    Good thing I just got a wide screen monitor. Looks fine here.

    OMG it's gone mad.

    ย 

    Come on! Stop it already!ย 

    Good browser test ๐Ÿ˜›ย 

    Reminds me of a Usenet Meow cascade!

    ย 

    I'll join in as well for the fun of it, it's also a good test for CS - See if there is a limit on quote blocks!ย 

    Scroll scroll scroll your bar, gently down the screen.ย  Merrily merrily merrily merrily,...... erm... don't know how to finish it!ย 

    Life is Paula Beans?ย 

    Is this building to a punchline?

    ย 

    I think it's building to a stack-overflow...

    I'd say it's broken alreadyย 

    Join me on a scenic tour of The Quote Pyramid, housing ancient relics mentions of stuff like Lolcats and /me tests!

    Edgar the Eightball says:
    /me is stupid!
    ย 

    Still working on 1920x1200

    [/quote]

    Number of HTML tags this document consists of: 9320

    [/quote]

    My Dual 1280x1048 monitor configuration (leading to 2560x1048) has no problem displaying thisย 



  • ^ Another Fail ^

    3 pages dumbass, quote the last post not the last post on the first page

    @Strider said:

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    ^ fail

    @GizmoC said:

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    [quote user="joe.edwards@imaginuity.com"]@PsychoCoder said:
    @Veinor said:
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    [omitted]
    Infinite quote project?
    Yup
    heh heh
    Thats what I get for not scrolling down far enough (disregard my previous post)
    How long until it blows up, I wonder?
    I dunno.
    soonish
    well, the innermost quote box will eventually need to shrink to zero size.
    Well at the rate we're going it's not going to take long hehe
    It feels cool to have my post at the center of all this.
    The reply page looks really strange
    Well thats because we have an InifnitePost Syndrome going on here
    Are we there yet?
    We have to be getting close by now, right?
    Nearly there, I guess. /me will throw a /me in just for fun (watch what happens when you quote it :P)
    Dunno - trying.
    The name after the / me changes to your name, rather than staying as mine (as it should - And does in SMF :))
    I think we've just about blown it up - The innermost quote box is all squashed on my 1280x800 screen ๐Ÿ˜›
    I wonder if I should do something about that - isn't it my duty as a moderator to stop such an abuse?
    Good thing I just got a wide screen monitor. Looks fine here.
    OMG it's gone mad.
    Come on! Stop it already!
    Good browser test ๐Ÿ˜›
    Reminds me of a Usenet Meow cascade!
    I'll join in as well for the fun of it, it's also a good test for CS - See if there is a limit on quote blocks! Scroll scroll scroll your bar, gently down the screen. Merrily merrily merrily merrily,...... erm... don't know how to finish it!
    Life is Paula Beans?
    Is this building to a punchline?
    I think it's building to a stack-overflow...
    I'd say it's broken already
    Join me on a scenic tour of The Quote Pyramid, housing ancient relics mentions of stuff like Lolcats and /me tests!
    Edgar the Eightball says: /me is stupid!
    Still working on 1920x1200
    Number of HTML tags this document consists of: 9320
    Scrolling down real quick gave me a headache -but typing this reply seems to cause even greater headache, since every time I press a key, the window either jumps up to the start of previous post, or back down to the editbox - really weird.
    Firefox messes up sometimes if I try to view the later posts in Page 1.

    edit: Blah! Lost the quote. Readded it in edit.

    The WTF'ery is strong with this one!

    As I said earlier (but it seems to have been lost from the quote tree) it works perfectly in IE7. In Firefox the inner divs are outside their parents and the text overflows the quote box it's supposed to be in, but in IE7 it's all fine.

    I can't believe IE7 wins at something.


    You're Winner!


    Interesting... The / me is broken
    I'll try it here: /me says that this is a test


    On Opera the post grows a horizontal scrollbar

    The / me thing is strange...


    Yeah, I noticed the scroll bar - I guess the whole post is inside a div with a style of "overflow: auto" (although I haven't checked this)
    And yeah, the /me thing is definitely strange... I'm not sure whether it's a bug, or a "feature" (don't process /me on posts with lots of quotes?)
    Oops! replied to the wrong one...

    I suspect that the code carefully avoids expanding /me in quoted text, but gets confused by huge quote depths and gives up!

    Ok, I'll join in. IE7 Grows a horizontal scroll bar as well. The only side effect seems to be putting text as one word per line on the innermost quotes.

    ย 

    What happen?

    Somebody set us up the quote.

    ย 

    How are you gentlemen?

    All your browser are belong to us.

    ย 

    ๐Ÿ˜›

    lol, that had to come.

    Current number of HTML tags: 5830 (reset by the page break) Come on people, we got to break 10000!

    By the way I get a blank screen on firefox once I scrolled down enough. The screen returns when I release the scroll button. Anyone else with that effect?

    ย 

    I get that, but I have to refresh the page before I get my screen back. And all of my innermost quotes are un-nested and off the right side of the page. I think Firefox really has lost this competition.

    I got the same here. Then again, the forum software is a WTF (as we all know), so that doesn't mean much.

    Ooh, can I spam too?

    Yes, indeed you can.

    You have no chance to render make your time.

    Take off every 'Div'.

    You know what you doing?

    Move 'Div'.

    For great W3C.


    I think it's using <blockquote>s for the quotes, not <div>s ๐Ÿ™‚ (I haven't checked, though).
    Anyways... This page is almost 400 KB, and there's 4535 validation errors :o
    It's using DIV and BLOCKQUOTE tags.

    Fun. In Konqueror, it displays (with a horizontal scrollbar, as it should), but the innermost quote blocks and text have overflowed out to the right of their parent. (I'm not sure if this should happen, but most likely Konqueror and Firefox are doing the standards-compliant thing and IE is subtly broken. It has been known to have some bugs in this area

    Result: Failed validation, 6147 errors
    I'm not sure how big the page is now, in terms of KB or HTML tags, but 'it's beginning to slow my browser down just a little bit.

    Firefox's page info reports that we've hit half a MB...

    ย 

    This is madness, Madness I tells you!!

    BTW: that composite image I mentioned further up the page: 1178 x 5479 (126 kb)... Abandon hope, all ye who load it. http://i163.photobucket.com/albums/t293/James_Penk/WTF_Composite.png

    11995 HTML tags! We got a breakthrough!

    Also kudos for that image. I have a new desktop background now...

    Your welcome.

    BTW: Did you rotate the image and have a stupidly wide monitor, or do you have a stupidly tall monitor and leave the image in it's original orientation?

    (I have a vision of a monitor so large it takes up an *entire* wall. ๐Ÿ™‚ )


    I'll add to it.

    Posting in a legendary thread.


    ^ win


    Win? Definitely ๐Ÿ™‚

    Big Rigs - You're Winner!
    (from Big Rigs: Over the Road Racing)

    The page is starting to F up my Linux laptop, keep going!

    This page is making my PC work overtime on rendering the page.. I know this because every time I click the link, my cooling fans scream into overdrive and I go deaf.

    Keep up the {good|bad|ugly} work.

    (Yes, I know I'm not funny, but I'm typing this at 0525H. and I haven't had a cuppa yet.)


    It stopped, finally!

    O RLY?


    It's long past broken on my computer (FF2 at 1280x800). Firebug won't show the innermost levels of this pile of replies, it gives up somewhere in the middle, just showing < </> instead of the tags that should be there.

    Opera's Developer Console doesn't give up, and except for about 5-second delay at startup, it works almost instantly...
    (DOM Snapshot doesn't seem to work though)

    FF2 is still going strong for me.

    http://rinkworks.com/stupid/cs_programming.shtml

    @That page said:


    /* This function is BOOL but actually returns TRUE,
    FALSE and -2 because I've no time to change it
    to int */

    Pffft... They should return File_Not_Found instead of -2

    I believe we finally know the numeric value of FILE_NOT_FOUND

    lol

    • Friend: "The program is written, and I'm debugging it."
    • Boss: "What's wrong with you people? You make programming more difficult than it needs to be. I have Frontpage Express to write web pages with, and when I write code with it, I never need to debug it. If you were as good of a programmer as me, you'd never need to debug either."

    • When I was studying programming, one of my classmates was having serious troubles with his program. When he asked me for help, I leaned over his screen and saw all of his code in comments. The reason: "Well, it compiles much faster that way."


    "Hey! I hate these Microsoft guys! What a rotten compiler! It only accepts 16,384 local variables in a function!"



    Thanks whoever posted the http://rinkworks.com/stupid/cs_programming.shtml link... It's quite funny ๐Ÿ™‚

    Has anyone seen this topic zoomed out to 20% in Opera? I didn't realise that there was this many replies :P:




    Ouch. I can't see all of that: FF2 insists on restricting the overall layout to window-width, so most of that is off to the right. It looks pretty stupid (well, more stupid) on the minimum text size, and still scrolls off to the side. I wonder how many more replies before it hits a megabyte (currently on 183K) for one page, or causes serious errors (stack overflow anyone?)?

    I think we've hit FF2's nested tags limit, the inner quotes are all empty now. No "Infinite Cats Project"ย  in the middle ๐Ÿ˜ž

    No, they're not empty. they've just been pushed off the edge of the screen.

    It's just that the post is that huge that by the time you reach the horizontal scroolbar, the bit you wanted to scroll through has disappeared upwards.

    But, anyway, this is getting slightly mad now. It takes me damn near five minutes to scroll down the page. :p
    ย 

    BTW: ~244.7Kbย 

    Thief^: How did you miss the horizontal scrollbar? You can scroll across and look at the center quotes, but the original doesn't show (it was a link to the infinite cats project). A view source shows that the text is still there, just FF won't parse that deep.

    EDIT: Ok, now it's broken, the open quote and close quote tags aren't matching up, people are getting credited with the wrong posts and my post is outside the post frame.


    Random832: View selection source (which generates source based on the DOM tree) still shows the original text (which hasn't been a link for quite some time even in posts where it is visible, but the text "infinite cats project" shows), so it's still being parsed. There may be some nested box limit, have we reached some magic number of quote levels recently?



    ย 

    So we've reached a magic limit, but havn't broke anything.

    DAMN...

    I wonder how much more it would take to completely bring firefox to it's knees?

    Ok, new challenge. A cookie to the person who manages to get this thread to blow up my browser.ย 

    (This? A frivolous activity? nay, tis merely an extreme page rendering test.)ย 

    Empire state quote!

    *distinct look of WTF (tm)*

    Empire state...

    eh?
    ย 

    Any Firefox users left?

    ย Who done broked the Interwebs?

    I don't know about Firefox but you did manage to break Firebug.

    In any way, XPath of the innermost BLOCKQUOTE tag:

    [code]/html/body/form/div[2]/div[2]/table/tbody/tr/td[2]/table/tbody/tr/td/div/div[2]/ul/li[18]/div/table/tbody/tr/td[2]/table/tbody/tr/td/div/div/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote[/code]ย 

    I'm a firefox user. I'm still here.

    T'aint broken yet (much.) (I wonder how bad it's going to be when I get back in a week? )

    There's only one way to find out...

    I'm baaaa-aack!ย  And it's still working.ย  (Well, working as well as an infinite quotes project can be expected to.)

    It's taking me quite a while to scroll down the page now, though.ย  I'm not quite sure how big the page is, but I'll find out soon enough.ย 

    EDIT: 631.5KBย 

    Yes, I know I seem to be pretty much the only person keeping this thread alive now, and I'm going to give up soon.ย 

    ย 

    No, you mustn't give up the fight!

    This was an entertaining thread...

    hey whats up with the source code and the "fail" line

    @viewPageSource said:

    ย ...qote user="Daniel15"(bracket)(bracket)quote user="foxyshadis"(bracket)

    ^ fail

    (bracket)quote user="GizmoC"...

    I'm in.

    Whoo! Another one joins the ranks!

    ^^
    ย 

    [/quote]

    close to 800kb.ย  Does the software separate posts on different pages by # of posts or by page size...

    probably number of posts?

    still dont understand what the ^fail is all about?

    [/quote]

    The ^fail is from where someone added it to the begining of their post to poke fun at the person before who quoted the last post on the first page instead of the real last post. Like I have, just now.ย 



  • @Thief^ said:

    ^ Another Fail ^

    3 pages dumbass, quote the last post not the last post on the first page

    @Strider said:

    @Control_Alt_Kaboom said:
    @ssprencel said:
    @Strider said:
    @Control_Alt_Kaboom said:
    @Squiggle said:
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    @PSWorx said:
    @BiggBru said:
    @Pap said:
    @Control_Alt_Kaboom said:
    @Ice^^Heat said:
    @Control_Alt_Kaboom said:
    @Random832 said:
    @Thief^ said:
    @Control_Alt_Kaboom said:
    @Thief^ said:
    @LightningDragon said:
    @Daniel15 said:
    @Mal1024 said:
    @Mal1024 said:
    @PSWorx said:
    @rdrunner said:
    @PSWorx said:
    @Mal1024 said:
    @Veinor said:
    @ender said:
    @ender said:
    @LightningDragon said:
    @Control_Alt_Kaboom said:
    @fbjon said:
    @Control_Alt_Kaboom said:
    @Mal1024 said:
    @Daniel15 said:
    @foxyshadis said:

    ^ fail

    @GizmoC said:

    @luketheduke said:
    @Control_Alt_Kaboom said:
    @PSWorx said:
    @Control_Alt_Kaboom said:
    @Thief^ said:
    @Control_Alt_Kaboom said:
    @makomk said:
    @Mal1024 said:
    @Daniel15 said:
    @Veinor said:
    @Fred Foobar said:
    @Mal1024 said:
    @Veinor said:
    @BradleyS said:
    @PSWorx said:
    @Control_Alt_Kaboom said:
    @SomebodyElse said:
    @GettinSadda said:
    @Daniel15 said:
    @PSWorx said:
    @DigitalXeron said:
    @Daniel15 said:
    @Daniel15 said:
    @Thief^ said:
    @Amackera said:
    @Treeki said:

    @ender said:

    @PSWorx said:
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    @AI0867 said:
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    @Zecc said:
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    @Nandurius said:
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    @viraptor said:
    @Daniel15 said:
    @PsychoCoder said:
    @DaBookshah said:
    @tster said:
    @PsychoCoder said:
    @SamuelDr said:
    [quote user="joe.edwards@imaginuity.com"]@PsychoCoder said:
    @Veinor said:
    @alostpacket said:
    @Veinor said:
    @halcyon said:
    @PsychoCoder said:
    @Tatiano said:
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    Infinite quote project?
    Yup
    heh heh
    Thats what I get for not scrolling down far enough (disregard my previous post)
    How long until it blows up, I wonder?
    I dunno.
    soonish
    well, the innermost quote box will eventually need to shrink to zero size.
    Well at the rate we're going it's not going to take long hehe
    It feels cool to have my post at the center of all this.
    The reply page looks really strange
    Well thats because we have an InifnitePost Syndrome going on here
    Are we there yet?
    We have to be getting close by now, right?
    Nearly there, I guess. /me will throw a /me in just for fun (watch what happens when you quote it :P)
    Dunno - trying.
    The name after the / me changes to your name, rather than staying as mine (as it should - And does in SMF :))
    I think we've just about blown it up - The innermost quote box is all squashed on my 1280x800 screen ๐Ÿ˜›
    I wonder if I should do something about that - isn't it my duty as a moderator to stop such an abuse?
    Good thing I just got a wide screen monitor. Looks fine here.
    OMG it's gone mad.
    Come on! Stop it already!
    Good browser test ๐Ÿ˜›
    Reminds me of a Usenet Meow cascade!
    I'll join in as well for the fun of it, it's also a good test for CS - See if there is a limit on quote blocks! Scroll scroll scroll your bar, gently down the screen. Merrily merrily merrily merrily,...... erm... don't know how to finish it!
    Life is Paula Beans?
    Is this building to a punchline?
    I think it's building to a stack-overflow...
    I'd say it's broken already
    Join me on a scenic tour of The Quote Pyramid, housing ancient relics mentions of stuff like Lolcats and /me tests!
    Edgar the Eightball says: /me is stupid!
    Still working on 1920x1200
    Number of HTML tags this document consists of: 9320
    Scrolling down real quick gave me a headache -but typing this reply seems to cause even greater headache, since every time I press a key, the window either jumps up to the start of previous post, or back down to the editbox - really weird.
    Firefox messes up sometimes if I try to view the later posts in Page 1.

    edit: Blah! Lost the quote. Readded it in edit.

    The WTF'ery is strong with this one!

    As I said earlier (but it seems to have been lost from the quote tree) it works perfectly in IE7. In Firefox the inner divs are outside their parents and the text overflows the quote box it's supposed to be in, but in IE7 it's all fine.

    I can't believe IE7 wins at something.


    You're Winner!


    Interesting... The / me is broken
    I'll try it here: /me says that this is a test


    On Opera the post grows a horizontal scrollbar

    The / me thing is strange...


    Yeah, I noticed the scroll bar - I guess the whole post is inside a div with a style of "overflow: auto" (although I haven't checked this)
    And yeah, the /me thing is definitely strange... I'm not sure whether it's a bug, or a "feature" (don't process /me on posts with lots of quotes?)
    Oops! replied to the wrong one...

    I suspect that the code carefully avoids expanding /me in quoted text, but gets confused by huge quote depths and gives up!

    Ok, I'll join in. IE7 Grows a horizontal scroll bar as well. The only side effect seems to be putting text as one word per line on the innermost quotes.

    ย 

    What happen?

    Somebody set us up the quote.

    ย 

    How are you gentlemen?

    All your browser are belong to us.

    ย 

    ๐Ÿ˜›

    lol, that had to come.

    Current number of HTML tags: 5830 (reset by the page break) Come on people, we got to break 10000!

    By the way I get a blank screen on firefox once I scrolled down enough. The screen returns when I release the scroll button. Anyone else with that effect?

    ย 

    I get that, but I have to refresh the page before I get my screen back. And all of my innermost quotes are un-nested and off the right side of the page. I think Firefox really has lost this competition.

    I got the same here. Then again, the forum software is a WTF (as we all know), so that doesn't mean much.

    Ooh, can I spam too?

    Yes, indeed you can.

    You have no chance to render make your time.

    Take off every 'Div'.

    You know what you doing?

    Move 'Div'.

    For great W3C.


    I think it's using <blockquote>s for the quotes, not <div>s ๐Ÿ™‚ (I haven't checked, though).
    Anyways... This page is almost 400 KB, and there's 4535 validation errors :o
    It's using DIV and BLOCKQUOTE tags.

    Fun. In Konqueror, it displays (with a horizontal scrollbar, as it should), but the innermost quote blocks and text have overflowed out to the right of their parent. (I'm not sure if this should happen, but most likely Konqueror and Firefox are doing the standards-compliant thing and IE is subtly broken. It has been known to have some bugs in this area

    Result: Failed validation, 6147 errors
    I'm not sure how big the page is now, in terms of KB or HTML tags, but 'it's beginning to slow my browser down just a little bit.

    Firefox's page info reports that we've hit half a MB...

    ย 

    This is madness, Madness I tells you!!

    BTW: that composite image I mentioned further up the page: 1178 x 5479 (126 kb)... Abandon hope, all ye who load it. http://i163.photobucket.com/albums/t293/James_Penk/WTF_Composite.png

    11995 HTML tags! We got a breakthrough!

    Also kudos for that image. I have a new desktop background now...

    Your welcome.

    BTW: Did you rotate the image and have a stupidly wide monitor, or do you have a stupidly tall monitor and leave the image in it's original orientation?

    (I have a vision of a monitor so large it takes up an *entire* wall. ๐Ÿ™‚ )


    I'll add to it.

    Posting in a legendary thread.


    ^ win


    Win? Definitely ๐Ÿ™‚

    Big Rigs - You're Winner!
    (from Big Rigs: Over the Road Racing)

    The page is starting to F up my Linux laptop, keep going!

    This page is making my PC work overtime on rendering the page.. I know this because every time I click the link, my cooling fans scream into overdrive and I go deaf.

    Keep up the {good|bad|ugly} work.

    (Yes, I know I'm not funny, but I'm typing this at 0525H. and I haven't had a cuppa yet.)


    It stopped, finally!

    O RLY?


    It's long past broken on my computer (FF2 at 1280x800). Firebug won't show the innermost levels of this pile of replies, it gives up somewhere in the middle, just showing < </> instead of the tags that should be there.

    Opera's Developer Console doesn't give up, and except for about 5-second delay at startup, it works almost instantly...
    (DOM Snapshot doesn't seem to work though)

    FF2 is still going strong for me.

    http://rinkworks.com/stupid/cs_programming.shtml

    @That page said:


    /* This function is BOOL but actually returns TRUE,
    FALSE and -2 because I've no time to change it
    to int */

    Pffft... They should return File_Not_Found instead of -2

    I believe we finally know the numeric value of FILE_NOT_FOUND

    lol

    • Friend: "The program is written, and I'm debugging it."
    • Boss: "What's wrong with you people? You make programming more difficult than it needs to be. I have Frontpage Express to write web pages with, and when I write code with it, I never need to debug it. If you were as good of a programmer as me, you'd never need to debug either."

    • When I was studying programming, one of my classmates was having serious troubles with his program. When he asked me for help, I leaned over his screen and saw all of his code in comments. The reason: "Well, it compiles much faster that way."


    "Hey! I hate these Microsoft guys! What a rotten compiler! It only accepts 16,384 local variables in a function!"



    Thanks whoever posted the http://rinkworks.com/stupid/cs_programming.shtml link... It's quite funny ๐Ÿ™‚

    Has anyone seen this topic zoomed out to 20% in Opera? I didn't realise that there was this many replies :P:




    Ouch. I can't see all of that: FF2 insists on restricting the overall layout to window-width, so most of that is off to the right. It looks pretty stupid (well, more stupid) on the minimum text size, and still scrolls off to the side. I wonder how many more replies before it hits a megabyte (currently on 183K) for one page, or causes serious errors (stack overflow anyone?)?

    I think we've hit FF2's nested tags limit, the inner quotes are all empty now. No "Infinite Cats Project"ย  in the middle ๐Ÿ˜ž

    No, they're not empty. they've just been pushed off the edge of the screen.

    It's just that the post is that huge that by the time you reach the horizontal scroolbar, the bit you wanted to scroll through has disappeared upwards.

    But, anyway, this is getting slightly mad now. It takes me damn near five minutes to scroll down the page. :p
    ย 

    BTW: ~244.7Kbย 

    Thief^: How did you miss the horizontal scrollbar? You can scroll across and look at the center quotes, but the original doesn't show (it was a link to the infinite cats project). A view source shows that the text is still there, just FF won't parse that deep.

    EDIT: Ok, now it's broken, the open quote and close quote tags aren't matching up, people are getting credited with the wrong posts and my post is outside the post frame.


    Random832: View selection source (which generates source based on the DOM tree) still shows the original text (which hasn't been a link for quite some time even in posts where it is visible, but the text "infinite cats project" shows), so it's still being parsed. There may be some nested box limit, have we reached some magic number of quote levels recently?



    ย 

    So we've reached a magic limit, but havn't broke anything.

    DAMN...

    I wonder how much more it would take to completely bring firefox to it's knees?

    Ok, new challenge. A cookie to the person who manages to get this thread to blow up my browser.ย 

    (This? A frivolous activity? nay, tis merely an extreme page rendering test.)ย 

    Empire state quote!

    *distinct look of WTF (tm)*

    Empire state...

    eh?
    ย 

    Any Firefox users left?

    ย Who done broked the Interwebs?

    I don't know about Firefox but you did manage to break Firebug.

    In any way, XPath of the innermost BLOCKQUOTE tag:

    [code]/html/body/form/div[2]/div[2]/table/tbody/tr/td[2]/table/tbody/tr/td/div/div[2]/ul/li[18]/div/table/tbody/tr/td[2]/table/tbody/tr/td/div/div/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote[/code]ย 

    I'm a firefox user. I'm still here.

    T'aint broken yet (much.) (I wonder how bad it's going to be when I get back in a week? )

    There's only one way to find out...

    I'm baaaa-aack!ย  And it's still working.ย  (Well, working as well as an infinite quotes project can be expected to.)

    It's taking me quite a while to scroll down the page now, though.ย  I'm not quite sure how big the page is, but I'll find out soon enough.ย 

    EDIT: 631.5KBย 

    Yes, I know I seem to be pretty much the only person keeping this thread alive now, and I'm going to give up soon.ย 

    ย 

    No, you mustn't give up the fight!

    This was an entertaining thread...

    hey whats up with the source code and the "fail" line

    @viewPageSource said:

    ย ...qote user="Daniel15"(bracket)(bracket)quote user="foxyshadis"(bracket)

    ^ fail

    (bracket)quote user="GizmoC"...

    I'm in.

    Whoo! Another one joins the ranks!

    ^^
    ย 

    close to 800kb.ย  Does the software separate posts on different pages by # of posts or by page size...

    probably number of posts?

    still dont understand what the ^fail is all about?

    [/quote]

    The ^fail is from where someone added it to the begining of their post to poke fun at the person before who quoted the last post on the first page instead of the real last post. Like I have, just now.ย 

    [/quote]

    More crazy statistics: According to Firefox' Print Preview, this third page of the thread would be 683 pages long if printed out...

    Anyone have some spare paper?ย 



  • @PSWorx said:

    @Thief^ said:

    ^ Another Fail ^

    3 pages dumbass, quote the last post not the last post on the first page

    @Strider said:

    @Control_Alt_Kaboom said:
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    @Strider said:
    @Control_Alt_Kaboom said:
    @Squiggle said:
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    @PSWorx said:
    @BiggBru said:
    @Pap said:
    @Control_Alt_Kaboom said:
    @Ice^^Heat said:
    @Control_Alt_Kaboom said:
    @Random832 said:
    @Thief^ said:
    @Control_Alt_Kaboom said:
    @Thief^ said:
    @LightningDragon said:
    @Daniel15 said:
    @Mal1024 said:
    @Mal1024 said:
    @PSWorx said:
    @rdrunner said:
    @PSWorx said:
    @Mal1024 said:
    @Veinor said:
    @ender said:
    @ender said:
    @LightningDragon said:
    @Control_Alt_Kaboom said:
    @fbjon said:
    @Control_Alt_Kaboom said:
    @Mal1024 said:
    @Daniel15 said:
    @foxyshadis said:

    ^ fail

    @GizmoC said:

    @luketheduke said:
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    @PSWorx said:
    @Control_Alt_Kaboom said:
    @Thief^ said:
    @Control_Alt_Kaboom said:
    @makomk said:
    @Mal1024 said:
    @Daniel15 said:
    @Veinor said:
    @Fred Foobar said:
    @Mal1024 said:
    @Veinor said:
    @BradleyS said:
    @PSWorx said:
    @Control_Alt_Kaboom said:
    @SomebodyElse said:
    @GettinSadda said:
    @Daniel15 said:
    @PSWorx said:
    @DigitalXeron said:
    @Daniel15 said:
    @Daniel15 said:
    @Thief^ said:
    @Amackera said:
    @Treeki said:

    @ender said:

    @PSWorx said:
    @XIU said:
    @PSWorx said:
    @Treeki said:
    @AI0867 said:
    @RaspenJho said:
    @newfweiler said:
    @operagost said:
    @Cratig said:
    @DaveK said:
    @XIU said:
    @Zecc said:
    @Thief^ said:
    @Nandurius said:
    @ammoQ said:
    @Daniel15 said:
    @Daniel15 said:
    @viraptor said:
    @Daniel15 said:
    @PsychoCoder said:
    @DaBookshah said:
    @tster said:
    @PsychoCoder said:
    @SamuelDr said:
    [quote user="joe.edwards@imaginuity.com"]@PsychoCoder said:
    @Veinor said:
    @alostpacket said:
    @Veinor said:
    @halcyon said:
    @PsychoCoder said:
    @Tatiano said:
    @Harsh said:
    @PSWorx said:
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    Infinite quote project?
    Yup
    heh heh
    Thats what I get for not scrolling down far enough (disregard my previous post)
    How long until it blows up, I wonder?
    I dunno.
    soonish
    well, the innermost quote box will eventually need to shrink to zero size.
    Well at the rate we're going it's not going to take long hehe
    It feels cool to have my post at the center of all this.
    The reply page looks really strange
    Well thats because we have an InifnitePost Syndrome going on here
    Are we there yet?
    We have to be getting close by now, right?
    Nearly there, I guess. /me will throw a /me in just for fun (watch what happens when you quote it :P)
    Dunno - trying.
    The name after the / me changes to your name, rather than staying as mine (as it should - And does in SMF :))
    I think we've just about blown it up - The innermost quote box is all squashed on my 1280x800 screen ๐Ÿ˜›
    I wonder if I should do something about that - isn't it my duty as a moderator to stop such an abuse?
    Good thing I just got a wide screen monitor. Looks fine here.
    OMG it's gone mad.
    Come on! Stop it already!
    Good browser test ๐Ÿ˜›
    Reminds me of a Usenet Meow cascade!
    I'll join in as well for the fun of it, it's also a good test for CS - See if there is a limit on quote blocks! Scroll scroll scroll your bar, gently down the screen. Merrily merrily merrily merrily,...... erm... don't know how to finish it!
    Life is Paula Beans?
    Is this building to a punchline?
    I think it's building to a stack-overflow...
    I'd say it's broken already
    Join me on a scenic tour of The Quote Pyramid, housing ancient relics mentions of stuff like Lolcats and /me tests!
    Edgar the Eightball says: /me is stupid!
    Still working on 1920x1200
    Number of HTML tags this document consists of: 9320
    Scrolling down real quick gave me a headache -but typing this reply seems to cause even greater headache, since every time I press a key, the window either jumps up to the start of previous post, or back down to the editbox - really weird.
    Firefox messes up sometimes if I try to view the later posts in Page 1.

    edit: Blah! Lost the quote. Readded it in edit.

    The WTF'ery is strong with this one!

    As I said earlier (but it seems to have been lost from the quote tree) it works perfectly in IE7. In Firefox the inner divs are outside their parents and the text overflows the quote box it's supposed to be in, but in IE7 it's all fine.

    I can't believe IE7 wins at something.


    You're Winner!


    Interesting... The / me is broken
    I'll try it here: /me says that this is a test


    On Opera the post grows a horizontal scrollbar

    The / me thing is strange...


    Yeah, I noticed the scroll bar - I guess the whole post is inside a div with a style of "overflow: auto" (although I haven't checked this)
    And yeah, the /me thing is definitely strange... I'm not sure whether it's a bug, or a "feature" (don't process /me on posts with lots of quotes?)
    Oops! replied to the wrong one...

    I suspect that the code carefully avoids expanding /me in quoted text, but gets confused by huge quote depths and gives up!

    Ok, I'll join in. IE7 Grows a horizontal scroll bar as well. The only side effect seems to be putting text as one word per line on the innermost quotes.

    ย 

    What happen?

    Somebody set us up the quote.

    ย 

    How are you gentlemen?

    All your browser are belong to us.

    ย 

    ๐Ÿ˜›

    lol, that had to come.

    Current number of HTML tags: 5830 (reset by the page break) Come on people, we got to break 10000!

    By the way I get a blank screen on firefox once I scrolled down enough. The screen returns when I release the scroll button. Anyone else with that effect?

    ย 

    I get that, but I have to refresh the page before I get my screen back. And all of my innermost quotes are un-nested and off the right side of the page. I think Firefox really has lost this competition.

    I got the same here. Then again, the forum software is a WTF (as we all know), so that doesn't mean much.

    Ooh, can I spam too?

    Yes, indeed you can.

    You have no chance to render make your time.

    Take off every 'Div'.

    You know what you doing?

    Move 'Div'.

    For great W3C.


    I think it's using <blockquote>s for the quotes, not <div>s ๐Ÿ™‚ (I haven't checked, though).
    Anyways... This page is almost 400 KB, and there's 4535 validation errors :o
    It's using DIV and BLOCKQUOTE tags.

    Fun. In Konqueror, it displays (with a horizontal scrollbar, as it should), but the innermost quote blocks and text have overflowed out to the right of their parent. (I'm not sure if this should happen, but most likely Konqueror and Firefox are doing the standards-compliant thing and IE is subtly broken. It has been known to have some bugs in this area

    Result: Failed validation, 6147 errors
    I'm not sure how big the page is now, in terms of KB or HTML tags, but 'it's beginning to slow my browser down just a little bit.

    Firefox's page info reports that we've hit half a MB...

    ย 

    This is madness, Madness I tells you!!

    BTW: that composite image I mentioned further up the page: 1178 x 5479 (126 kb)... Abandon hope, all ye who load it. http://i163.photobucket.com/albums/t293/James_Penk/WTF_Composite.png

    11995 HTML tags! We got a breakthrough!

    Also kudos for that image. I have a new desktop background now...

    Your welcome.

    BTW: Did you rotate the image and have a stupidly wide monitor, or do you have a stupidly tall monitor and leave the image in it's original orientation?

    (I have a vision of a monitor so large it takes up an *entire* wall. ๐Ÿ™‚ )


    I'll add to it.

    Posting in a legendary thread.


    ^ win


    Win? Definitely ๐Ÿ™‚

    Big Rigs - You're Winner!
    (from Big Rigs: Over the Road Racing)

    The page is starting to F up my Linux laptop, keep going!

    This page is making my PC work overtime on rendering the page.. I know this because every time I click the link, my cooling fans scream into overdrive and I go deaf.

    Keep up the {good|bad|ugly} work.

    (Yes, I know I'm not funny, but I'm typing this at 0525H. and I haven't had a cuppa yet.)


    It stopped, finally!

    O RLY?


    It's long past broken on my computer (FF2 at 1280x800). Firebug won't show the innermost levels of this pile of replies, it gives up somewhere in the middle, just showing < </> instead of the tags that should be there.

    Opera's Developer Console doesn't give up, and except for about 5-second delay at startup, it works almost instantly...
    (DOM Snapshot doesn't seem to work though)

    FF2 is still going strong for me.

    http://rinkworks.com/stupid/cs_programming.shtml

    @That page said:


    /* This function is BOOL but actually returns TRUE,
    FALSE and -2 because I've no time to change it
    to int */

    Pffft... They should return File_Not_Found instead of -2

    I believe we finally know the numeric value of FILE_NOT_FOUND

    lol

    • Friend: "The program is written, and I'm debugging it."
    • Boss: "What's wrong with you people? You make programming more difficult than it needs to be. I have Frontpage Express to write web pages with, and when I write code with it, I never need to debug it. If you were as good of a programmer as me, you'd never need to debug either."

    • When I was studying programming, one of my classmates was having serious troubles with his program. When he asked me for help, I leaned over his screen and saw all of his code in comments. The reason: "Well, it compiles much faster that way."


    "Hey! I hate these Microsoft guys! What a rotten compiler! It only accepts 16,384 local variables in a function!"



    Thanks whoever posted the http://rinkworks.com/stupid/cs_programming.shtml link... It's quite funny ๐Ÿ™‚

    Has anyone seen this topic zoomed out to 20% in Opera? I didn't realise that there was this many replies :P:




    Ouch. I can't see all of that: FF2 insists on restricting the overall layout to window-width, so most of that is off to the right. It looks pretty stupid (well, more stupid) on the minimum text size, and still scrolls off to the side. I wonder how many more replies before it hits a megabyte (currently on 183K) for one page, or causes serious errors (stack overflow anyone?)?

    I think we've hit FF2's nested tags limit, the inner quotes are all empty now. No "Infinite Cats Project"ย  in the middle ๐Ÿ˜ž

    No, they're not empty. they've just been pushed off the edge of the screen.

    It's just that the post is that huge that by the time you reach the horizontal scroolbar, the bit you wanted to scroll through has disappeared upwards.

    But, anyway, this is getting slightly mad now. It takes me damn near five minutes to scroll down the page. :p
    ย 

    BTW: ~244.7Kbย 

    Thief^: How did you miss the horizontal scrollbar? You can scroll across and look at the center quotes, but the original doesn't show (it was a link to the infinite cats project). A view source shows that the text is still there, just FF won't parse that deep.

    EDIT: Ok, now it's broken, the open quote and close quote tags aren't matching up, people are getting credited with the wrong posts and my post is outside the post frame.


    Random832: View selection source (which generates source based on the DOM tree) still shows the original text (which hasn't been a link for quite some time even in posts where it is visible, but the text "infinite cats project" shows), so it's still being parsed. There may be some nested box limit, have we reached some magic number of quote levels recently?



    ย 

    So we've reached a magic limit, but havn't broke anything.

    DAMN...

    I wonder how much more it would take to completely bring firefox to it's knees?

    Ok, new challenge. A cookie to the person who manages to get this thread to blow up my browser.ย 

    (This? A frivolous activity? nay, tis merely an extreme page rendering test.)ย 

    Empire state quote!

    *distinct look of WTF (tm)*

    Empire state...

    eh?
    ย 

    Any Firefox users left?

    ย Who done broked the Interwebs?

    I don't know about Firefox but you did manage to break Firebug.

    In any way, XPath of the innermost BLOCKQUOTE tag:

    [code]/html/body/form/div[2]/div[2]/table/tbody/tr/td[2]/table/tbody/tr/td/div/div[2]/ul/li[18]/div/table/tbody/tr/td[2]/table/tbody/tr/td/div/div/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote[/code]ย 

    I'm a firefox user. I'm still here.

    T'aint broken yet (much.) (I wonder how bad it's going to be when I get back in a week? )

    There's only one way to find out...

    I'm baaaa-aack!ย  And it's still working.ย  (Well, working as well as an infinite quotes project can be expected to.)

    It's taking me quite a while to scroll down the page now, though.ย  I'm not quite sure how big the page is, but I'll find out soon enough.ย 

    EDIT: 631.5KBย 

    Yes, I know I seem to be pretty much the only person keeping this thread alive now, and I'm going to give up soon.ย 

    ย 

    No, you mustn't give up the fight!

    This was an entertaining thread...

    hey whats up with the source code and the "fail" line

    @viewPageSource said:

    ย ...qote user="Daniel15"(bracket)(bracket)quote user="foxyshadis"(bracket)

    ^ fail

    (bracket)quote user="GizmoC"...

    I'm in.

    Whoo! Another one joins the ranks!

    ^^
    ย 

    close to 800kb.ย  Does the software separate posts on different pages by # of posts or by page size...

    probably number of posts?

    still dont understand what the ^fail is all about?

    The ^fail is from where someone added it to the begining of their post to poke fun at the person before who quoted the last post on the first page instead of the real last post. Like I have, just now.ย 

    [/quote]

    More crazy statistics: According to Firefox' Print Preview, this third page of the thread would be 683 pages long if printed out...

    Anyone have some spare paper?ย 

    [/quote]

    Using "IE Tab" in FF2 seems to correctly bring up the IE7 print preview. Unfortunately, IE's version of the page is even longer, at 884 pages...

    EDIT: In IE's print-preview most of the pages are mostly blank, eg page 400 just has "lol" in the bottom-right corner.



  • @Thief^ said:

    @PSWorx said:
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    ^ Another Fail ^

    3 pages dumbass, quote the last post not the last post on the first page

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    ^ fail

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    Infinite quote project?
    Yup
    heh heh
    Thats what I get for not scrolling down far enough (disregard my previous post)
    How long until it blows up, I wonder?
    I dunno.
    soonish
    well, the innermost quote box will eventually need to shrink to zero size.
    Well at the rate we're going it's not going to take long hehe
    It feels cool to have my post at the center of all this.
    The reply page looks really strange
    Well thats because we have an InifnitePost Syndrome going on here
    Are we there yet?
    We have to be getting close by now, right?
    Nearly there, I guess. /me will throw a /me in just for fun (watch what happens when you quote it :P)
    Dunno - trying.
    The name after the / me changes to your name, rather than staying as mine (as it should - And does in SMF :))
    I think we've just about blown it up - The innermost quote box is all squashed on my 1280x800 screen ๐Ÿ˜›
    I wonder if I should do something about that - isn't it my duty as a moderator to stop such an abuse?
    Good thing I just got a wide screen monitor. Looks fine here.
    OMG it's gone mad.
    Come on! Stop it already!
    Good browser test ๐Ÿ˜›
    Reminds me of a Usenet Meow cascade!
    I'll join in as well for the fun of it, it's also a good test for CS - See if there is a limit on quote blocks! Scroll scroll scroll your bar, gently down the screen. Merrily merrily merrily merrily,...... erm... don't know how to finish it!
    Life is Paula Beans?
    Is this building to a punchline?
    I think it's building to a stack-overflow...
    I'd say it's broken already
    Join me on a scenic tour of The Quote Pyramid, housing ancient relics mentions of stuff like Lolcats and /me tests!
    Edgar the Eightball says: /me is stupid!
    Still working on 1920x1200
    Number of HTML tags this document consists of: 9320
    Scrolling down real quick gave me a headache -but typing this reply seems to cause even greater headache, since every time I press a key, the window either jumps up to the start of previous post, or back down to the editbox - really weird.
    Firefox messes up sometimes if I try to view the later posts in Page 1.

    edit: Blah! Lost the quote. Readded it in edit.

    The WTF'ery is strong with this one!

    As I said earlier (but it seems to have been lost from the quote tree) it works perfectly in IE7. In Firefox the inner divs are outside their parents and the text overflows the quote box it's supposed to be in, but in IE7 it's all fine.

    I can't believe IE7 wins at something.


    You're Winner!


    Interesting... The / me is broken
    I'll try it here: /me says that this is a test


    On Opera the post grows a horizontal scrollbar

    The / me thing is strange...


    Yeah, I noticed the scroll bar - I guess the whole post is inside a div with a style of "overflow: auto" (although I haven't checked this)
    And yeah, the /me thing is definitely strange... I'm not sure whether it's a bug, or a "feature" (don't process /me on posts with lots of quotes?)
    Oops! replied to the wrong one...

    I suspect that the code carefully avoids expanding /me in quoted text, but gets confused by huge quote depths and gives up!

    Ok, I'll join in. IE7 Grows a horizontal scroll bar as well. The only side effect seems to be putting text as one word per line on the innermost quotes.

    ย 

    What happen?

    Somebody set us up the quote.

    ย 

    How are you gentlemen?

    All your browser are belong to us.

    ย 

    ๐Ÿ˜›

    lol, that had to come.

    Current number of HTML tags: 5830 (reset by the page break) Come on people, we got to break 10000!

    By the way I get a blank screen on firefox once I scrolled down enough. The screen returns when I release the scroll button. Anyone else with that effect?

    ย 

    I get that, but I have to refresh the page before I get my screen back. And all of my innermost quotes are un-nested and off the right side of the page. I think Firefox really has lost this competition.

    I got the same here. Then again, the forum software is a WTF (as we all know), so that doesn't mean much.

    Ooh, can I spam too?

    Yes, indeed you can.

    You have no chance to render make your time.

    Take off every 'Div'.

    You know what you doing?

    Move 'Div'.

    For great W3C.


    I think it's using <blockquote>s for the quotes, not <div>s ๐Ÿ™‚ (I haven't checked, though).
    Anyways... This page is almost 400 KB, and there's 4535 validation errors :o
    It's using DIV and BLOCKQUOTE tags.

    Fun. In Konqueror, it displays (with a horizontal scrollbar, as it should), but the innermost quote blocks and text have overflowed out to the right of their parent. (I'm not sure if this should happen, but most likely Konqueror and Firefox are doing the standards-compliant thing and IE is subtly broken. It has been known to have some bugs in this area

    Result: Failed validation, 6147 errors
    I'm not sure how big the page is now, in terms of KB or HTML tags, but 'it's beginning to slow my browser down just a little bit.

    Firefox's page info reports that we've hit half a MB...

    ย 

    This is madness, Madness I tells you!!

    BTW: that composite image I mentioned further up the page: 1178 x 5479 (126 kb)... Abandon hope, all ye who load it. http://i163.photobucket.com/albums/t293/James_Penk/WTF_Composite.png

    11995 HTML tags! We got a breakthrough!

    Also kudos for that image. I have a new desktop background now...

    Your welcome.

    BTW: Did you rotate the image and have a stupidly wide monitor, or do you have a stupidly tall monitor and leave the image in it's original orientation?

    (I have a vision of a monitor so large it takes up an *entire* wall. ๐Ÿ™‚ )


    I'll add to it.

    Posting in a legendary thread.


    ^ win


    Win? Definitely ๐Ÿ™‚

    Big Rigs - You're Winner!
    (from Big Rigs: Over the Road Racing)

    The page is starting to F up my Linux laptop, keep going!

    This page is making my PC work overtime on rendering the page.. I know this because every time I click the link, my cooling fans scream into overdrive and I go deaf.

    Keep up the {good|bad|ugly} work.

    (Yes, I know I'm not funny, but I'm typing this at 0525H. and I haven't had a cuppa yet.)


    It stopped, finally!

    O RLY?


    It's long past broken on my computer (FF2 at 1280x800). Firebug won't show the innermost levels of this pile of replies, it gives up somewhere in the middle, just showing < </> instead of the tags that should be there.

    Opera's Developer Console doesn't give up, and except for about 5-second delay at startup, it works almost instantly...
    (DOM Snapshot doesn't seem to work though)

    FF2 is still going strong for me.

    http://rinkworks.com/stupid/cs_programming.shtml

    @That page said:


    /* This function is BOOL but actually returns TRUE,
    FALSE and -2 because I've no time to change it
    to int */

    Pffft... They should return File_Not_Found instead of -2

    I believe we finally know the numeric value of FILE_NOT_FOUND

    lol

    • Friend: "The program is written, and I'm debugging it."
    • Boss: "What's wrong with you people? You make programming more difficult than it needs to be. I have Frontpage Express to write web pages with, and when I write code with it, I never need to debug it. If you were as good of a programmer as me, you'd never need to debug either."

    • When I was studying programming, one of my classmates was having serious troubles with his program. When he asked me for help, I leaned over his screen and saw all of his code in comments. The reason: "Well, it compiles much faster that way."


    "Hey! I hate these Microsoft guys! What a rotten compiler! It only accepts 16,384 local variables in a function!"



    Thanks whoever posted the http://rinkworks.com/stupid/cs_programming.shtml link... It's quite funny ๐Ÿ™‚

    Has anyone seen this topic zoomed out to 20% in Opera? I didn't realise that there was this many replies :P:




    Ouch. I can't see all of that: FF2 insists on restricting the overall layout to window-width, so most of that is off to the right. It looks pretty stupid (well, more stupid) on the minimum text size, and still scrolls off to the side. I wonder how many more replies before it hits a megabyte (currently on 183K) for one page, or causes serious errors (stack overflow anyone?)?

    I think we've hit FF2's nested tags limit, the inner quotes are all empty now. No "Infinite Cats Project"ย  in the middle ๐Ÿ˜ž

    No, they're not empty. they've just been pushed off the edge of the screen.

    It's just that the post is that huge that by the time you reach the horizontal scroolbar, the bit you wanted to scroll through has disappeared upwards.

    But, anyway, this is getting slightly mad now. It takes me damn near five minutes to scroll down the page. :p
    ย 

    BTW: ~244.7Kbย 

    Thief^: How did you miss the horizontal scrollbar? You can scroll across and look at the center quotes, but the original doesn't show (it was a link to the infinite cats project). A view source shows that the text is still there, just FF won't parse that deep.

    EDIT: Ok, now it's broken, the open quote and close quote tags aren't matching up, people are getting credited with the wrong posts and my post is outside the post frame.


    Random832: View selection source (which generates source based on the DOM tree) still shows the original text (which hasn't been a link for quite some time even in posts where it is visible, but the text "infinite cats project" shows), so it's still being parsed. There may be some nested box limit, have we reached some magic number of quote levels recently?



    ย 

    So we've reached a magic limit, but havn't broke anything.

    DAMN...

    I wonder how much more it would take to completely bring firefox to it's knees?

    Ok, new challenge. A cookie to the person who manages to get this thread to blow up my browser.ย 

    (This? A frivolous activity? nay, tis merely an extreme page rendering test.)ย 

    Empire state quote!

    *distinct look of WTF (tm)*

    Empire state...

    eh?
    ย 

    Any Firefox users left?

    ย Who done broked the Interwebs?

    I don't know about Firefox but you did manage to break Firebug.

    In any way, XPath of the innermost BLOCKQUOTE tag:

    [code]/html/body/form/div[2]/div[2]/table/tbody/tr/td[2]/table/tbody/tr/td/div/div[2]/ul/li[18]/div/table/tbody/tr/td[2]/table/tbody/tr/td/div/div/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote[/code]ย 

    I'm a firefox user. I'm still here.

    T'aint broken yet (much.) (I wonder how bad it's going to be when I get back in a week? )

    There's only one way to find out...

    I'm baaaa-aack!ย  And it's still working.ย  (Well, working as well as an infinite quotes project can be expected to.)

    It's taking me quite a while to scroll down the page now, though.ย  I'm not quite sure how big the page is, but I'll find out soon enough.ย 

    EDIT: 631.5KBย 

    Yes, I know I seem to be pretty much the only person keeping this thread alive now, and I'm going to give up soon.ย 

    ย 

    No, you mustn't give up the fight!

    This was an entertaining thread...

    hey whats up with the source code and the "fail" line

    @viewPageSource said:

    ย ...qote user="Daniel15"(bracket)(bracket)quote user="foxyshadis"(bracket)

    ^ fail

    (bracket)quote user="GizmoC"...

    I'm in.

    Whoo! Another one joins the ranks!

    ^^
    ย 

    close to 800kb.ย  Does the software separate posts on different pages by # of posts or by page size...

    probably number of posts?

    still dont understand what the ^fail is all about?

    The ^fail is from where someone added it to the begining of their post to poke fun at the person before who quoted the last post on the first page instead of the real last post. Like I have, just now.ย 

    More crazy statistics: According to Firefox' Print Preview, this third page of the thread would be 683 pages long if printed out...

    Anyone have some spare paper?ย 

    [/quote]

    Using "IE Tab" in FF2 seems to correctly bring up the IE7 print preview. Unfortunately, IE's version of the page is even longer, at 884 pages...

    EDIT: In IE's print-preview most of the pages are mostly blank, eg page 400 just has "lol" in the bottom-right corner.

    [/quote]

    IE has probably taken the correct width of the page into account - which you will encounter if you scroll the bottom scrollbar (not the one below each post) to the right...



  • @PSWorx said:

    @Thief^ said:
    @PSWorx said:
    @Thief^ said:

    ^ Another Fail ^

    3 pages dumbass, quote the last post not the last post on the first page

    @Strider said:

    @Control_Alt_Kaboom said:
    @ssprencel said:
    @Strider said:
    @Control_Alt_Kaboom said:
    @Squiggle said:
    @Control_Alt_Kaboom said:
    @PSWorx said:
    @BiggBru said:
    @Pap said:
    @Control_Alt_Kaboom said:
    @Ice^^Heat said:
    @Control_Alt_Kaboom said:
    @Random832 said:
    @Thief^ said:
    @Control_Alt_Kaboom said:
    @Thief^ said:
    @LightningDragon said:
    @Daniel15 said:
    @Mal1024 said:
    @Mal1024 said:
    @PSWorx said:
    @rdrunner said:
    @PSWorx said:
    @Mal1024 said:
    @Veinor said:
    @ender said:
    @ender said:
    @LightningDragon said:
    @Control_Alt_Kaboom said:
    @fbjon said:
    @Control_Alt_Kaboom said:
    @Mal1024 said:
    @Daniel15 said:
    @foxyshadis said:

    ^ fail

    @GizmoC said:

    @luketheduke said:
    @Control_Alt_Kaboom said:
    @PSWorx said:
    @Control_Alt_Kaboom said:
    @Thief^ said:
    @Control_Alt_Kaboom said:
    @makomk said:
    @Mal1024 said:
    @Daniel15 said:
    @Veinor said:
    @Fred Foobar said:
    @Mal1024 said:
    @Veinor said:
    @BradleyS said:
    @PSWorx said:
    @Control_Alt_Kaboom said:
    @SomebodyElse said:
    @GettinSadda said:
    @Daniel15 said:
    @PSWorx said:
    @DigitalXeron said:
    @Daniel15 said:
    @Daniel15 said:
    @Thief^ said:
    @Amackera said:
    @Treeki said:

    @ender said:

    @PSWorx said:
    @XIU said:
    @PSWorx said:
    @Treeki said:
    @AI0867 said:
    @RaspenJho said:
    @newfweiler said:
    @operagost said:
    @Cratig said:
    @DaveK said:
    @XIU said:
    @Zecc said:
    @Thief^ said:
    @Nandurius said:
    @ammoQ said:
    @Daniel15 said:
    @Daniel15 said:
    @viraptor said:
    @Daniel15 said:
    @PsychoCoder said:
    @DaBookshah said:
    @tster said:
    @PsychoCoder said:
    @SamuelDr said:
    [quote user="joe.edwards@imaginuity.com"]@PsychoCoder said:
    @Veinor said:
    @alostpacket said:
    @Veinor said:
    @halcyon said:
    @PsychoCoder said:
    @Tatiano said:
    @Harsh said:
    @PSWorx said:
    [omitted]
    Yup
    heh heh
    Thats what I get for not scrolling down far enough (disregard my previous post)
    How long until it blows up, I wonder?
    I dunno.
    soonish
    well, the innermost quote box will eventually need to shrink to zero size.
    Well at the rate we're going it's not going to take long hehe
    It feels cool to have my post at the center of all this.
    The reply page looks really strange
    Well thats because we have an InifnitePost Syndrome going on here
    Are we there yet?
    We have to be getting close by now, right?
    Nearly there, I guess. /me will throw a /me in just for fun (watch what happens when you quote it :P)
    Dunno - trying.
    The name after the / me changes to your name, rather than staying as mine (as it should - And does in SMF :))
    I think we've just about blown it up - The innermost quote box is all squashed on my 1280x800 screen ๐Ÿ˜›
    I wonder if I should do something about that - isn't it my duty as a moderator to stop such an abuse?
    Good thing I just got a wide screen monitor. Looks fine here.
    OMG it's gone mad.
    Come on! Stop it already!
    Good browser test ๐Ÿ˜›
    Reminds me of a Usenet Meow cascade!
    I'll join in as well for the fun of it, it's also a good test for CS - See if there is a limit on quote blocks! Scroll scroll scroll your bar, gently down the screen. Merrily merrily merrily merrily,...... erm... don't know how to finish it!
    Life is Paula Beans?
    Is this building to a punchline?
    I think it's building to a stack-overflow...
    I'd say it's broken already
    Join me on a scenic tour of The Quote Pyramid, housing ancient relics mentions of stuff like Lolcats and /me tests!
    Edgar the Eightball says: /me is stupid!
    Still working on 1920x1200
    Number of HTML tags this document consists of: 9320
    Scrolling down real quick gave me a headache -but typing this reply seems to cause even greater headache, since every time I press a key, the window either jumps up to the start of previous post, or back down to the editbox - really weird.
    Firefox messes up sometimes if I try to view the later posts in Page 1.

    edit: Blah! Lost the quote. Readded it in edit.

    The WTF'ery is strong with this one!

    As I said earlier (but it seems to have been lost from the quote tree) it works perfectly in IE7. In Firefox the inner divs are outside their parents and the text overflows the quote box it's supposed to be in, but in IE7 it's all fine.

    I can't believe IE7 wins at something.


    You're Winner!


    Interesting... The / me is broken
    I'll try it here: /me says that this is a test


    On Opera the post grows a horizontal scrollbar

    The / me thing is strange...


    Yeah, I noticed the scroll bar - I guess the whole post is inside a div with a style of "overflow: auto" (although I haven't checked this)
    And yeah, the /me thing is definitely strange... I'm not sure whether it's a bug, or a "feature" (don't process /me on posts with lots of quotes?)
    Oops! replied to the wrong one...

    I suspect that the code carefully avoids expanding /me in quoted text, but gets confused by huge quote depths and gives up!

    Ok, I'll join in. IE7 Grows a horizontal scroll bar as well. The only side effect seems to be putting text as one word per line on the innermost quotes.

    ย 

    What happen?

    Somebody set us up the quote.

    ย 

    How are you gentlemen?

    All your browser are belong to us.

    ย 

    ๐Ÿ˜›

    lol, that had to come.

    Current number of HTML tags: 5830 (reset by the page break) Come on people, we got to break 10000!

    By the way I get a blank screen on firefox once I scrolled down enough. The screen returns when I release the scroll button. Anyone else with that effect?

    ย 

    I get that, but I have to refresh the page before I get my screen back. And all of my innermost quotes are un-nested and off the right side of the page. I think Firefox really has lost this competition.

    I got the same here. Then again, the forum software is a WTF (as we all know), so that doesn't mean much.

    Ooh, can I spam too?

    Yes, indeed you can.

    You have no chance to render make your time.

    Take off every 'Div'.

    You know what you doing?

    Move 'Div'.

    For great W3C.


    I think it's using <blockquote>s for the quotes, not <div>s ๐Ÿ™‚ (I haven't checked, though).
    Anyways... This page is almost 400 KB, and there's 4535 validation errors :o
    It's using DIV and BLOCKQUOTE tags.

    Fun. In Konqueror, it displays (with a horizontal scrollbar, as it should), but the innermost quote blocks and text have overflowed out to the right of their parent. (I'm not sure if this should happen, but most likely Konqueror and Firefox are doing the standards-compliant thing and IE is subtly broken. It has been known to have some bugs in this area

    Result: Failed validation, 6147 errors
    I'm not sure how big the page is now, in terms of KB or HTML tags, but 'it's beginning to slow my browser down just a little bit.

    Firefox's page info reports that we've hit half a MB...

    ย 

    This is madness, Madness I tells you!!

    BTW: that composite image I mentioned further up the page: 1178 x 5479 (126 kb)... Abandon hope, all ye who load it. http://i163.photobucket.com/albums/t293/James_Penk/WTF_Composite.png

    11995 HTML tags! We got a breakthrough!

    Also kudos for that image. I have a new desktop background now...

    Your welcome.

    BTW: Did you rotate the image and have a stupidly wide monitor, or do you have a stupidly tall monitor and leave the image in it's original orientation?

    (I have a vision of a monitor so large it takes up an *entire* wall. ๐Ÿ™‚ )


    I'll add to it.

    Posting in a legendary thread.


    ^ win


    Win? Definitely ๐Ÿ™‚

    Big Rigs - You're Winner!
    (from Big Rigs: Over the Road Racing)

    The page is starting to F up my Linux laptop, keep going!

    This page is making my PC work overtime on rendering the page.. I know this because every time I click the link, my cooling fans scream into overdrive and I go deaf.

    Keep up the {good|bad|ugly} work.

    (Yes, I know I'm not funny, but I'm typing this at 0525H. and I haven't had a cuppa yet.)


    It stopped, finally!

    O RLY?


    It's long past broken on my computer (FF2 at 1280x800). Firebug won't show the innermost levels of this pile of replies, it gives up somewhere in the middle, just showing < </> instead of the tags that should be there.

    Opera's Developer Console doesn't give up, and except for about 5-second delay at startup, it works almost instantly...
    (DOM Snapshot doesn't seem to work though)

    FF2 is still going strong for me.

    http://rinkworks.com/stupid/cs_programming.shtml

    @That page said:


    /* This function is BOOL but actually returns TRUE,
    FALSE and -2 because I've no time to change it
    to int */

    Pffft... They should return File_Not_Found instead of -2

    I believe we finally know the numeric value of FILE_NOT_FOUND

    lol

    • Friend: "The program is written, and I'm debugging it."
    • Boss: "What's wrong with you people? You make programming more difficult than it needs to be. I have Frontpage Express to write web pages with, and when I write code with it, I never need to debug it. If you were as good of a programmer as me, you'd never need to debug either."

    • When I was studying programming, one of my classmates was having serious troubles with his program. When he asked me for help, I leaned over his screen and saw all of his code in comments. The reason: "Well, it compiles much faster that way."


    "Hey! I hate these Microsoft guys! What a rotten compiler! It only accepts 16,384 local variables in a function!"



    Thanks whoever posted the http://rinkworks.com/stupid/cs_programming.shtml link... It's quite funny ๐Ÿ™‚

    Has anyone seen this topic zoomed out to 20% in Opera? I didn't realise that there was this many replies :P:




    Ouch. I can't see all of that: FF2 insists on restricting the overall layout to window-width, so most of that is off to the right. It looks pretty stupid (well, more stupid) on the minimum text size, and still scrolls off to the side. I wonder how many more replies before it hits a megabyte (currently on 183K) for one page, or causes serious errors (stack overflow anyone?)?

    I think we've hit FF2's nested tags limit, the inner quotes are all empty now. No "Infinite Cats Project"ย  in the middle ๐Ÿ˜ž

    No, they're not empty. they've just been pushed off the edge of the screen.

    It's just that the post is that huge that by the time you reach the horizontal scroolbar, the bit you wanted to scroll through has disappeared upwards.

    But, anyway, this is getting slightly mad now. It takes me damn near five minutes to scroll down the page. :p
    ย 

    BTW: ~244.7Kbย 

    Thief^: How did you miss the horizontal scrollbar? You can scroll across and look at the center quotes, but the original doesn't show (it was a link to the infinite cats project). A view source shows that the text is still there, just FF won't parse that deep.

    EDIT: Ok, now it's broken, the open quote and close quote tags aren't matching up, people are getting credited with the wrong posts and my post is outside the post frame.


    Random832: View selection source (which generates source based on the DOM tree) still shows the original text (which hasn't been a link for quite some time even in posts where it is visible, but the text "infinite cats project" shows), so it's still being parsed. There may be some nested box limit, have we reached some magic number of quote levels recently?



    ย 

    So we've reached a magic limit, but havn't broke anything.

    DAMN...

    I wonder how much more it would take to completely bring firefox to it's knees?

    Ok, new challenge. A cookie to the person who manages to get this thread to blow up my browser.ย 

    (This? A frivolous activity? nay, tis merely an extreme page rendering test.)ย 

    Empire state quote!

    *distinct look of WTF (tm)*

    Empire state...

    eh?
    ย 

    Any Firefox users left?

    ย Who done broked the Interwebs?

    I don't know about Firefox but you did manage to break Firebug.

    In any way, XPath of the innermost BLOCKQUOTE tag:

    [code]/html/body/form/div[2]/div[2]/table/tbody/tr/td[2]/table/tbody/tr/td/div/div[2]/ul/li[18]/div/table/tbody/tr/td[2]/table/tbody/tr/td/div/div/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote[/code]ย 

    I'm a firefox user. I'm still here.

    T'aint broken yet (much.) (I wonder how bad it's going to be when I get back in a week? )

    There's only one way to find out...

    I'm baaaa-aack!ย  And it's still working.ย  (Well, working as well as an infinite quotes project can be expected to.)

    It's taking me quite a while to scroll down the page now, though.ย  I'm not quite sure how big the page is, but I'll find out soon enough.ย 

    EDIT: 631.5KBย 

    Yes, I know I seem to be pretty much the only person keeping this thread alive now, and I'm going to give up soon.ย 

    ย 

    No, you mustn't give up the fight!

    This was an entertaining thread...

    hey whats up with the source code and the "fail" line

    @viewPageSource said:

    ย ...qote user="Daniel15"(bracket)(bracket)quote user="foxyshadis"(bracket)

    ^ fail

    (bracket)quote user="GizmoC"...

    I'm in.

    Whoo! Another one joins the ranks!

    ^^
    ย 

    close to 800kb.ย  Does the software separate posts on different pages by # of posts or by page size...

    probably number of posts?

    still dont understand what the ^fail is all about?

    The ^fail is from where someone added it to the begining of their post to poke fun at the person before who quoted the last post on the first page instead of the real last post. Like I have, just now.ย 

    More crazy statistics: According to Firefox' Print Preview, this third page of the thread would be 683 pages long if printed out...

    Anyone have some spare paper?ย 

    Using "IE Tab" in FF2 seems to correctly bring up the IE7 print preview. Unfortunately, IE's version of the page is even longer, at 884 pages...

    EDIT: In IE's print-preview most of the pages are mostly blank, eg page 400 just has "lol" in the bottom-right corner.

    [/quote]

    IE has probably taken the correct width of the page into account - which you will encounter if you scroll the bottom scrollbar (not the one below each post) to the right...

    [/quote]

    Thread around the world!



  • @dhromed said:

    @PSWorx said:
    @Thief^ said:
    @PSWorx said:
    @Thief^ said:

    ^ Another Fail ^

    3 pages dumbass, quote the last post not the last post on the first page

    @Strider said:

    @Control_Alt_Kaboom said:
    @ssprencel said:
    @Strider said:
    @Control_Alt_Kaboom said:
    @Squiggle said:
    @Control_Alt_Kaboom said:
    @PSWorx said:
    @BiggBru said:
    @Pap said:
    @Control_Alt_Kaboom said:
    @Ice^^Heat said:
    @Control_Alt_Kaboom said:
    @Random832 said:
    @Thief^ said:
    @Control_Alt_Kaboom said:
    @Thief^ said:
    @LightningDragon said:
    @Daniel15 said:
    @Mal1024 said:
    @Mal1024 said:
    @PSWorx said:
    @rdrunner said:
    @PSWorx said:
    @Mal1024 said:
    @Veinor said:
    @ender said:
    @ender said:
    @LightningDragon said:
    @Control_Alt_Kaboom said:
    @fbjon said:
    @Control_Alt_Kaboom said:
    @Mal1024 said:
    @Daniel15 said:
    @foxyshadis said:

    ^ fail

    @GizmoC said:

    @luketheduke said:
    @Control_Alt_Kaboom said:
    @PSWorx said:
    @Control_Alt_Kaboom said:
    @Thief^ said:
    @Control_Alt_Kaboom said:
    @makomk said:
    @Mal1024 said:
    @Daniel15 said:
    @Veinor said:
    @Fred Foobar said:
    @Mal1024 said:
    @Veinor said:
    @BradleyS said:
    @PSWorx said:
    @Control_Alt_Kaboom said:
    @SomebodyElse said:
    @GettinSadda said:
    @Daniel15 said:
    @PSWorx said:
    @DigitalXeron said:
    @Daniel15 said:
    @Daniel15 said:
    @Thief^ said:
    @Amackera said:
    @Treeki said:

    @ender said:

    @PSWorx said:
    @XIU said:
    @PSWorx said:
    @Treeki said:
    @AI0867 said:
    @RaspenJho said:
    @newfweiler said:
    @operagost said:
    @Cratig said:
    @DaveK said:
    @XIU said:
    @Zecc said:
    @Thief^ said:
    @Nandurius said:
    @ammoQ said:
    @Daniel15 said:
    @Daniel15 said:
    @viraptor said:
    @Daniel15 said:
    @PsychoCoder said:
    @DaBookshah said:
    @tster said:
    @PsychoCoder said:
    @SamuelDr said:
    [quote user="joe.edwards@imaginuity.com"]@PsychoCoder said:
    @Veinor said:
    @alostpacket said:
    @Veinor said:
    @halcyon said:
    @PsychoCoder said:
    @Tatiano said:
    @Harsh said:
    [omitted]
    heh heh
    Thats what I get for not scrolling down far enough (disregard my previous post)
    How long until it blows up, I wonder?
    I dunno.
    soonish
    well, the innermost quote box will eventually need to shrink to zero size.
    Well at the rate we're going it's not going to take long hehe
    It feels cool to have my post at the center of all this.
    The reply page looks really strange
    Well thats because we have an InifnitePost Syndrome going on here
    Are we there yet?
    We have to be getting close by now, right?
    Nearly there, I guess. /me will throw a /me in just for fun (watch what happens when you quote it :P)
    Dunno - trying.
    The name after the / me changes to your name, rather than staying as mine (as it should - And does in SMF :))
    I think we've just about blown it up - The innermost quote box is all squashed on my 1280x800 screen ๐Ÿ˜›
    I wonder if I should do something about that - isn't it my duty as a moderator to stop such an abuse?
    Good thing I just got a wide screen monitor. Looks fine here.
    OMG it's gone mad.
    Come on! Stop it already!
    Good browser test ๐Ÿ˜›
    Reminds me of a Usenet Meow cascade!
    I'll join in as well for the fun of it, it's also a good test for CS - See if there is a limit on quote blocks! Scroll scroll scroll your bar, gently down the screen. Merrily merrily merrily merrily,...... erm... don't know how to finish it!
    Life is Paula Beans?
    Is this building to a punchline?
    I think it's building to a stack-overflow...
    I'd say it's broken already
    Join me on a scenic tour of The Quote Pyramid, housing ancient relics mentions of stuff like Lolcats and /me tests!
    Edgar the Eightball says: /me is stupid!
    Still working on 1920x1200
    Number of HTML tags this document consists of: 9320
    Scrolling down real quick gave me a headache -but typing this reply seems to cause even greater headache, since every time I press a key, the window either jumps up to the start of previous post, or back down to the editbox - really weird.
    Firefox messes up sometimes if I try to view the later posts in Page 1.

    edit: Blah! Lost the quote. Readded it in edit.

    The WTF'ery is strong with this one!

    As I said earlier (but it seems to have been lost from the quote tree) it works perfectly in IE7. In Firefox the inner divs are outside their parents and the text overflows the quote box it's supposed to be in, but in IE7 it's all fine.

    I can't believe IE7 wins at something.


    You're Winner!


    Interesting... The / me is broken
    I'll try it here: /me says that this is a test


    On Opera the post grows a horizontal scrollbar

    The / me thing is strange...


    Yeah, I noticed the scroll bar - I guess the whole post is inside a div with a style of "overflow: auto" (although I haven't checked this)
    And yeah, the /me thing is definitely strange... I'm not sure whether it's a bug, or a "feature" (don't process /me on posts with lots of quotes?)
    Oops! replied to the wrong one...

    I suspect that the code carefully avoids expanding /me in quoted text, but gets confused by huge quote depths and gives up!

    Ok, I'll join in. IE7 Grows a horizontal scroll bar as well. The only side effect seems to be putting text as one word per line on the innermost quotes.

    ย 

    What happen?

    Somebody set us up the quote.

    ย 

    How are you gentlemen?

    All your browser are belong to us.

    ย 

    ๐Ÿ˜›

    lol, that had to come.

    Current number of HTML tags: 5830 (reset by the page break) Come on people, we got to break 10000!

    By the way I get a blank screen on firefox once I scrolled down enough. The screen returns when I release the scroll button. Anyone else with that effect?

    ย 

    I get that, but I have to refresh the page before I get my screen back. And all of my innermost quotes are un-nested and off the right side of the page. I think Firefox really has lost this competition.

    I got the same here. Then again, the forum software is a WTF (as we all know), so that doesn't mean much.

    Ooh, can I spam too?

    Yes, indeed you can.

    You have no chance to render make your time.

    Take off every 'Div'.

    You know what you doing?

    Move 'Div'.

    For great W3C.


    I think it's using <blockquote>s for the quotes, not <div>s ๐Ÿ™‚ (I haven't checked, though).
    Anyways... This page is almost 400 KB, and there's 4535 validation errors :o
    It's using DIV and BLOCKQUOTE tags.

    Fun. In Konqueror, it displays (with a horizontal scrollbar, as it should), but the innermost quote blocks and text have overflowed out to the right of their parent. (I'm not sure if this should happen, but most likely Konqueror and Firefox are doing the standards-compliant thing and IE is subtly broken. It has been known to have some bugs in this area

    Result: Failed validation, 6147 errors
    I'm not sure how big the page is now, in terms of KB or HTML tags, but 'it's beginning to slow my browser down just a little bit.

    Firefox's page info reports that we've hit half a MB...

    ย 

    This is madness, Madness I tells you!!

    BTW: that composite image I mentioned further up the page: 1178 x 5479 (126 kb)... Abandon hope, all ye who load it. http://i163.photobucket.com/albums/t293/James_Penk/WTF_Composite.png

    11995 HTML tags! We got a breakthrough!

    Also kudos for that image. I have a new desktop background now...

    Your welcome.

    BTW: Did you rotate the image and have a stupidly wide monitor, or do you have a stupidly tall monitor and leave the image in it's original orientation?

    (I have a vision of a monitor so large it takes up an *entire* wall. ๐Ÿ™‚ )


    I'll add to it.

    Posting in a legendary thread.


    ^ win


    Win? Definitely ๐Ÿ™‚

    Big Rigs - You're Winner!
    (from Big Rigs: Over the Road Racing)

    The page is starting to F up my Linux laptop, keep going!

    This page is making my PC work overtime on rendering the page.. I know this because every time I click the link, my cooling fans scream into overdrive and I go deaf.

    Keep up the {good|bad|ugly} work.

    (Yes, I know I'm not funny, but I'm typing this at 0525H. and I haven't had a cuppa yet.)


    It stopped, finally!

    O RLY?


    It's long past broken on my computer (FF2 at 1280x800). Firebug won't show the innermost levels of this pile of replies, it gives up somewhere in the middle, just showing < </> instead of the tags that should be there.

    Opera's Developer Console doesn't give up, and except for about 5-second delay at startup, it works almost instantly...
    (DOM Snapshot doesn't seem to work though)

    FF2 is still going strong for me.

    http://rinkworks.com/stupid/cs_programming.shtml

    @That page said:


    /* This function is BOOL but actually returns TRUE,
    FALSE and -2 because I've no time to change it
    to int */

    Pffft... They should return File_Not_Found instead of -2

    I believe we finally know the numeric value of FILE_NOT_FOUND

    lol

    • Friend: "The program is written, and I'm debugging it."
    • Boss: "What's wrong with you people? You make programming more difficult than it needs to be. I have Frontpage Express to write web pages with, and when I write code with it, I never need to debug it. If you were as good of a programmer as me, you'd never need to debug either."

    • When I was studying programming, one of my classmates was having serious troubles with his program. When he asked me for help, I leaned over his screen and saw all of his code in comments. The reason: "Well, it compiles much faster that way."


    "Hey! I hate these Microsoft guys! What a rotten compiler! It only accepts 16,384 local variables in a function!"



    Thanks whoever posted the http://rinkworks.com/stupid/cs_programming.shtml link... It's quite funny ๐Ÿ™‚

    Has anyone seen this topic zoomed out to 20% in Opera? I didn't realise that there was this many replies :P:




    Ouch. I can't see all of that: FF2 insists on restricting the overall layout to window-width, so most of that is off to the right. It looks pretty stupid (well, more stupid) on the minimum text size, and still scrolls off to the side. I wonder how many more replies before it hits a megabyte (currently on 183K) for one page, or causes serious errors (stack overflow anyone?)?

    I think we've hit FF2's nested tags limit, the inner quotes are all empty now. No "Infinite Cats Project"ย  in the middle ๐Ÿ˜ž

    No, they're not empty. they've just been pushed off the edge of the screen.

    It's just that the post is that huge that by the time you reach the horizontal scroolbar, the bit you wanted to scroll through has disappeared upwards.

    But, anyway, this is getting slightly mad now. It takes me damn near five minutes to scroll down the page. :p
    ย 

    BTW: ~244.7Kbย 

    Thief^: How did you miss the horizontal scrollbar? You can scroll across and look at the center quotes, but the original doesn't show (it was a link to the infinite cats project). A view source shows that the text is still there, just FF won't parse that deep.

    EDIT: Ok, now it's broken, the open quote and close quote tags aren't matching up, people are getting credited with the wrong posts and my post is outside the post frame.


    Random832: View selection source (which generates source based on the DOM tree) still shows the original text (which hasn't been a link for quite some time even in posts where it is visible, but the text "infinite cats project" shows), so it's still being parsed. There may be some nested box limit, have we reached some magic number of quote levels recently?



    ย 

    So we've reached a magic limit, but havn't broke anything.

    DAMN...

    I wonder how much more it would take to completely bring firefox to it's knees?

    Ok, new challenge. A cookie to the person who manages to get this thread to blow up my browser.ย 

    (This? A frivolous activity? nay, tis merely an extreme page rendering test.)ย 

    Empire state quote!

    *distinct look of WTF (tm)*

    Empire state...

    eh?
    ย 

    Any Firefox users left?

    ย Who done broked the Interwebs?

    I don't know about Firefox but you did manage to break Firebug.

    In any way, XPath of the innermost BLOCKQUOTE tag:

    [code]/html/body/form/div[2]/div[2]/table/tbody/tr/td[2]/table/tbody/tr/td/div/div[2]/ul/li[18]/div/table/tbody/tr/td[2]/table/tbody/tr/td/div/div/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote[/code]ย 

    I'm a firefox user. I'm still here.

    T'aint broken yet (much.) (I wonder how bad it's going to be when I get back in a week? )

    There's only one way to find out...

    I'm baaaa-aack!ย  And it's still working.ย  (Well, working as well as an infinite quotes project can be expected to.)

    It's taking me quite a while to scroll down the page now, though.ย  I'm not quite sure how big the page is, but I'll find out soon enough.ย 

    EDIT: 631.5KBย 

    Yes, I know I seem to be pretty much the only person keeping this thread alive now, and I'm going to give up soon.ย 

    ย 

    No, you mustn't give up the fight!

    This was an entertaining thread...

    hey whats up with the source code and the "fail" line

    @viewPageSource said:

    ย ...qote user="Daniel15"(bracket)(bracket)quote user="foxyshadis"(bracket)

    ^ fail

    (bracket)quote user="GizmoC"...

    I'm in.

    Whoo! Another one joins the ranks!

    ^^
    ย 

    close to 800kb.ย  Does the software separate posts on different pages by # of posts or by page size...

    probably number of posts?

    still dont understand what the ^fail is all about?

    The ^fail is from where someone added it to the begining of their post to poke fun at the person before who quoted the last post on the first page instead of the real last post. Like I have, just now.ย 

    More crazy statistics: According to Firefox' Print Preview, this third page of the thread would be 683 pages long if printed out...

    Anyone have some spare paper?ย 

    Using "IE Tab" in FF2 seems to correctly bring up the IE7 print preview. Unfortunately, IE's version of the page is even longer, at 884 pages...

    EDIT: In IE's print-preview most of the pages are mostly blank, eg page 400 just has "lol" in the bottom-right corner.

    IE has probably taken the correct width of the page into account - which you will encounter if you scroll the bottom scrollbar (not the one below each post) to the right...

    [/quote]

    Thread around the world!

    [/quote]Opera user here, Print Preview says 74 pages, but that's at 20% zoom ๐Ÿ™‚ (also, had to disable JavaScript, because otherwise the edit box would stay grey).


  • @ender said:

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    ^ Another Fail ^

    3 pages dumbass, quote the last post not the last post on the first page

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    ^ fail

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    Thats what I get for not scrolling down far enough (disregard my previous post)
    How long until it blows up, I wonder?
    I dunno.
    soonish
    well, the innermost quote box will eventually need to shrink to zero size.
    Well at the rate we're going it's not going to take long hehe
    It feels cool to have my post at the center of all this.
    The reply page looks really strange
    Well thats because we have an InifnitePost Syndrome going on here
    Are we there yet?
    We have to be getting close by now, right?
    Nearly there, I guess. /me will throw a /me in just for fun (watch what happens when you quote it :P)
    Dunno - trying.
    The name after the / me changes to your name, rather than staying as mine (as it should - And does in SMF :))
    I think we've just about blown it up - The innermost quote box is all squashed on my 1280x800 screen ๐Ÿ˜›
    I wonder if I should do something about that - isn't it my duty as a moderator to stop such an abuse?
    Good thing I just got a wide screen monitor. Looks fine here.
    OMG it's gone mad.
    Come on! Stop it already!
    Good browser test ๐Ÿ˜›
    Reminds me of a Usenet Meow cascade!
    I'll join in as well for the fun of it, it's also a good test for CS - See if there is a limit on quote blocks! Scroll scroll scroll your bar, gently down the screen. Merrily merrily merrily merrily,...... erm... don't know how to finish it!
    Life is Paula Beans?
    Is this building to a punchline?
    I think it's building to a stack-overflow...
    I'd say it's broken already
    Join me on a scenic tour of The Quote Pyramid, housing ancient relics mentions of stuff like Lolcats and /me tests!
    Edgar the Eightball says: /me is stupid!
    Still working on 1920x1200
    Number of HTML tags this document consists of: 9320
    Scrolling down real quick gave me a headache -but typing this reply seems to cause even greater headache, since every time I press a key, the window either jumps up to the start of previous post, or back down to the editbox - really weird.
    Firefox messes up sometimes if I try to view the later posts in Page 1.

    edit: Blah! Lost the quote. Readded it in edit.

    The WTF'ery is strong with this one!

    As I said earlier (but it seems to have been lost from the quote tree) it works perfectly in IE7. In Firefox the inner divs are outside their parents and the text overflows the quote box it's supposed to be in, but in IE7 it's all fine.

    I can't believe IE7 wins at something.


    You're Winner!


    Interesting... The / me is broken
    I'll try it here: /me says that this is a test


    On Opera the post grows a horizontal scrollbar

    The / me thing is strange...


    Yeah, I noticed the scroll bar - I guess the whole post is inside a div with a style of "overflow: auto" (although I haven't checked this)
    And yeah, the /me thing is definitely strange... I'm not sure whether it's a bug, or a "feature" (don't process /me on posts with lots of quotes?)
    Oops! replied to the wrong one...

    I suspect that the code carefully avoids expanding /me in quoted text, but gets confused by huge quote depths and gives up!

    Ok, I'll join in. IE7 Grows a horizontal scroll bar as well. The only side effect seems to be putting text as one word per line on the innermost quotes.

    ย 

    What happen?

    Somebody set us up the quote.

    ย 

    How are you gentlemen?

    All your browser are belong to us.

    ย 

    ๐Ÿ˜›

    lol, that had to come.

    Current number of HTML tags: 5830 (reset by the page break) Come on people, we got to break 10000!

    By the way I get a blank screen on firefox once I scrolled down enough. The screen returns when I release the scroll button. Anyone else with that effect?

    ย 

    I get that, but I have to refresh the page before I get my screen back. And all of my innermost quotes are un-nested and off the right side of the page. I think Firefox really has lost this competition.

    I got the same here. Then again, the forum software is a WTF (as we all know), so that doesn't mean much.

    Ooh, can I spam too?

    Yes, indeed you can.

    You have no chance to render make your time.

    Take off every 'Div'.

    You know what you doing?

    Move 'Div'.

    For great W3C.


    I think it's using <blockquote>s for the quotes, not <div>s ๐Ÿ™‚ (I haven't checked, though).
    Anyways... This page is almost 400 KB, and there's 4535 validation errors :o
    It's using DIV and BLOCKQUOTE tags.

    Fun. In Konqueror, it displays (with a horizontal scrollbar, as it should), but the innermost quote blocks and text have overflowed out to the right of their parent. (I'm not sure if this should happen, but most likely Konqueror and Firefox are doing the standards-compliant thing and IE is subtly broken. It has been known to have some bugs in this area

    Result: Failed validation, 6147 errors
    I'm not sure how big the page is now, in terms of KB or HTML tags, but 'it's beginning to slow my browser down just a little bit.

    Firefox's page info reports that we've hit half a MB...

    ย 

    This is madness, Madness I tells you!!

    BTW: that composite image I mentioned further up the page: 1178 x 5479 (126 kb)... Abandon hope, all ye who load it. http://i163.photobucket.com/albums/t293/James_Penk/WTF_Composite.png

    11995 HTML tags! We got a breakthrough!

    Also kudos for that image. I have a new desktop background now...

    Your welcome.

    BTW: Did you rotate the image and have a stupidly wide monitor, or do you have a stupidly tall monitor and leave the image in it's original orientation?

    (I have a vision of a monitor so large it takes up an *entire* wall. ๐Ÿ™‚ )


    I'll add to it.

    Posting in a legendary thread.


    ^ win


    Win? Definitely ๐Ÿ™‚

    Big Rigs - You're Winner!
    (from Big Rigs: Over the Road Racing)

    The page is starting to F up my Linux laptop, keep going!

    This page is making my PC work overtime on rendering the page.. I know this because every time I click the link, my cooling fans scream into overdrive and I go deaf.

    Keep up the {good|bad|ugly} work.

    (Yes, I know I'm not funny, but I'm typing this at 0525H. and I haven't had a cuppa yet.)


    It stopped, finally!

    O RLY?


    It's long past broken on my computer (FF2 at 1280x800). Firebug won't show the innermost levels of this pile of replies, it gives up somewhere in the middle, just showing < </> instead of the tags that should be there.

    Opera's Developer Console doesn't give up, and except for about 5-second delay at startup, it works almost instantly...
    (DOM Snapshot doesn't seem to work though)

    FF2 is still going strong for me.

    http://rinkworks.com/stupid/cs_programming.shtml

    @That page said:


    /* This function is BOOL but actually returns TRUE,
    FALSE and -2 because I've no time to change it
    to int */

    Pffft... They should return File_Not_Found instead of -2

    I believe we finally know the numeric value of FILE_NOT_FOUND

    lol

    • Friend: "The program is written, and I'm debugging it."
    • Boss: "What's wrong with you people? You make programming more difficult than it needs to be. I have Frontpage Express to write web pages with, and when I write code with it, I never need to debug it. If you were as good of a programmer as me, you'd never need to debug either."

    • When I was studying programming, one of my classmates was having serious troubles with his program. When he asked me for help, I leaned over his screen and saw all of his code in comments. The reason: "Well, it compiles much faster that way."


    "Hey! I hate these Microsoft guys! What a rotten compiler! It only accepts 16,384 local variables in a function!"



    Thanks whoever posted the http://rinkworks.com/stupid/cs_programming.shtml link... It's quite funny ๐Ÿ™‚

    Has anyone seen this topic zoomed out to 20% in Opera? I didn't realise that there was this many replies :P:




    Ouch. I can't see all of that: FF2 insists on restricting the overall layout to window-width, so most of that is off to the right. It looks pretty stupid (well, more stupid) on the minimum text size, and still scrolls off to the side. I wonder how many more replies before it hits a megabyte (currently on 183K) for one page, or causes serious errors (stack overflow anyone?)?

    I think we've hit FF2's nested tags limit, the inner quotes are all empty now. No "Infinite Cats Project"ย  in the middle ๐Ÿ˜ž

    No, they're not empty. they've just been pushed off the edge of the screen.

    It's just that the post is that huge that by the time you reach the horizontal scroolbar, the bit you wanted to scroll through has disappeared upwards.

    But, anyway, this is getting slightly mad now. It takes me damn near five minutes to scroll down the page. :p
    ย 

    BTW: ~244.7Kbย 

    Thief^: How did you miss the horizontal scrollbar? You can scroll across and look at the center quotes, but the original doesn't show (it was a link to the infinite cats project). A view source shows that the text is still there, just FF won't parse that deep.

    EDIT: Ok, now it's broken, the open quote and close quote tags aren't matching up, people are getting credited with the wrong posts and my post is outside the post frame.


    Random832: View selection source (which generates source based on the DOM tree) still shows the original text (which hasn't been a link for quite some time even in posts where it is visible, but the text "infinite cats project" shows), so it's still being parsed. There may be some nested box limit, have we reached some magic number of quote levels recently?



    ย 

    So we've reached a magic limit, but havn't broke anything.

    DAMN...

    I wonder how much more it would take to completely bring firefox to it's knees?

    Ok, new challenge. A cookie to the person who manages to get this thread to blow up my browser.ย 

    (This? A frivolous activity? nay, tis merely an extreme page rendering test.)ย 

    Empire state quote!

    *distinct look of WTF (tm)*

    Empire state...

    eh?
    ย 

    Any Firefox users left?

    ย Who done broked the Interwebs?

    I don't know about Firefox but you did manage to break Firebug.

    In any way, XPath of the innermost BLOCKQUOTE tag:

    [code]/html/body/form/div[2]/div[2]/table/tbody/tr/td[2]/table/tbody/tr/td/div/div[2]/ul/li[18]/div/table/tbody/tr/td[2]/table/tbody/tr/td/div/div/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote[/code]ย 

    I'm a firefox user. I'm still here.

    T'aint broken yet (much.) (I wonder how bad it's going to be when I get back in a week? )

    There's only one way to find out...

    I'm baaaa-aack!ย  And it's still working.ย  (Well, working as well as an infinite quotes project can be expected to.)

    It's taking me quite a while to scroll down the page now, though.ย  I'm not quite sure how big the page is, but I'll find out soon enough.ย 

    EDIT: 631.5KBย 

    Yes, I know I seem to be pretty much the only person keeping this thread alive now, and I'm going to give up soon.ย 

    ย 

    No, you mustn't give up the fight!

    This was an entertaining thread...

    hey whats up with the source code and the "fail" line

    @viewPageSource said:

    ย ...qote user="Daniel15"(bracket)(bracket)quote user="foxyshadis"(bracket)

    ^ fail

    (bracket)quote user="GizmoC"...

    I'm in.

    Whoo! Another one joins the ranks!

    ^^
    ย 

    close to 800kb.ย  Does the software separate posts on different pages by # of posts or by page size...

    probably number of posts?

    still dont understand what the ^fail is all about?

    The ^fail is from where someone added it to the begining of their post to poke fun at the person before who quoted the last post on the first page instead of the real last post. Like I have, just now.ย 

    More crazy statistics: According to Firefox' Print Preview, this third page of the thread would be 683 pages long if printed out...

    Anyone have some spare paper?ย 

    Using "IE Tab" in FF2 seems to correctly bring up the IE7 print preview. Unfortunately, IE's version of the page is even longer, at 884 pages...

    EDIT: In IE's print-preview most of the pages are mostly blank, eg page 400 just has "lol" in the bottom-right corner.

    IE has probably taken the correct width of the page into account - which you will encounter if you scroll the bottom scrollbar (not the one below each post) to the right...

    Thread around the world!

    [/quote]Opera user here, Print Preview says 74 pages, but that's at 20% zoom ๐Ÿ™‚ (also, had to disable JavaScript, because otherwise the edit box would stay grey).[/quote]

    Had to check out what the Quote form looks like.
    ย 



  • @SpComb said:

    @ender said:
    @dhromed said:
    @PSWorx said:
    @Thief^ said:
    @PSWorx said:
    @Thief^ said:

    ^ Another Fail ^

    3 pages dumbass, quote the last post not the last post on the first page

    @Strider said:

    @Control_Alt_Kaboom said:
    @ssprencel said:
    @Strider said:
    @Control_Alt_Kaboom said:
    @Squiggle said:
    @Control_Alt_Kaboom said:
    @PSWorx said:
    @BiggBru said:
    @Pap said:
    @Control_Alt_Kaboom said:
    @Ice^^Heat said:
    @Control_Alt_Kaboom said:
    @Random832 said:
    @Thief^ said:
    @Control_Alt_Kaboom said:
    @Thief^ said:
    @LightningDragon said:
    @Daniel15 said:
    @Mal1024 said:
    @Mal1024 said:
    @PSWorx said:
    @rdrunner said:
    @PSWorx said:
    @Mal1024 said:
    @Veinor said:
    @ender said:
    @ender said:
    @LightningDragon said:
    @Control_Alt_Kaboom said:
    @fbjon said:
    @Control_Alt_Kaboom said:
    @Mal1024 said:
    @Daniel15 said:
    @foxyshadis said:

    ^ fail

    @GizmoC said:

    @luketheduke said:
    @Control_Alt_Kaboom said:
    @PSWorx said:
    @Control_Alt_Kaboom said:
    @Thief^ said:
    @Control_Alt_Kaboom said:
    @makomk said:
    @Mal1024 said:
    @Daniel15 said:
    @Veinor said:
    @Fred Foobar said:
    @Mal1024 said:
    @Veinor said:
    @BradleyS said:
    @PSWorx said:
    @Control_Alt_Kaboom said:
    @SomebodyElse said:
    @GettinSadda said:
    @Daniel15 said:
    @PSWorx said:
    @DigitalXeron said:
    @Daniel15 said:
    @Daniel15 said:
    @Thief^ said:
    @Amackera said:
    @Treeki said:

    @ender said:

    @PSWorx said:
    @XIU said:
    @PSWorx said:
    @Treeki said:
    @AI0867 said:
    @RaspenJho said:
    @newfweiler said:
    @operagost said:
    @Cratig said:
    @DaveK said:
    @XIU said:
    @Zecc said:
    @Thief^ said:
    @Nandurius said:
    @ammoQ said:
    @Daniel15 said:
    @Daniel15 said:
    @viraptor said:
    @Daniel15 said:
    @PsychoCoder said:
    @DaBookshah said:
    @tster said:
    @PsychoCoder said:
    @SamuelDr said:
    [quote user="joe.edwards@imaginuity.com"]@PsychoCoder said:
    @Veinor said:
    @alostpacket said:
    @Veinor said:
    @halcyon said:
    @PsychoCoder said:
    [omitted]
    Thats what I get for not scrolling down far enough (disregard my previous post)
    How long until it blows up, I wonder?
    I dunno.
    soonish
    well, the innermost quote box will eventually need to shrink to zero size.
    Well at the rate we're going it's not going to take long hehe
    It feels cool to have my post at the center of all this.
    The reply page looks really strange
    Well thats because we have an InifnitePost Syndrome going on here
    Are we there yet?
    We have to be getting close by now, right?
    Nearly there, I guess. /me will throw a /me in just for fun (watch what happens when you quote it :P)
    Dunno - trying.
    The name after the / me changes to your name, rather than staying as mine (as it should - And does in SMF :))
    I think we've just about blown it up - The innermost quote box is all squashed on my 1280x800 screen ๐Ÿ˜›
    I wonder if I should do something about that - isn't it my duty as a moderator to stop such an abuse?
    Good thing I just got a wide screen monitor. Looks fine here.
    OMG it's gone mad.
    Come on! Stop it already!
    Good browser test ๐Ÿ˜›
    Reminds me of a Usenet Meow cascade!
    I'll join in as well for the fun of it, it's also a good test for CS - See if there is a limit on quote blocks! Scroll scroll scroll your bar, gently down the screen. Merrily merrily merrily merrily,...... erm... don't know how to finish it!
    Life is Paula Beans?
    Is this building to a punchline?
    I think it's building to a stack-overflow...
    I'd say it's broken already
    Join me on a scenic tour of The Quote Pyramid, housing ancient relics mentions of stuff like Lolcats and /me tests!
    Edgar the Eightball says: /me is stupid!
    Still working on 1920x1200
    Number of HTML tags this document consists of: 9320
    Scrolling down real quick gave me a headache -but typing this reply seems to cause even greater headache, since every time I press a key, the window either jumps up to the start of previous post, or back down to the editbox - really weird.
    Firefox messes up sometimes if I try to view the later posts in Page 1.

    edit: Blah! Lost the quote. Readded it in edit.

    The WTF'ery is strong with this one!

    As I said earlier (but it seems to have been lost from the quote tree) it works perfectly in IE7. In Firefox the inner divs are outside their parents and the text overflows the quote box it's supposed to be in, but in IE7 it's all fine.

    I can't believe IE7 wins at something.


    You're Winner!


    Interesting... The / me is broken
    I'll try it here: /me says that this is a test


    On Opera the post grows a horizontal scrollbar

    The / me thing is strange...


    Yeah, I noticed the scroll bar - I guess the whole post is inside a div with a style of "overflow: auto" (although I haven't checked this)
    And yeah, the /me thing is definitely strange... I'm not sure whether it's a bug, or a "feature" (don't process /me on posts with lots of quotes?)
    Oops! replied to the wrong one...

    I suspect that the code carefully avoids expanding /me in quoted text, but gets confused by huge quote depths and gives up!

    Ok, I'll join in. IE7 Grows a horizontal scroll bar as well. The only side effect seems to be putting text as one word per line on the innermost quotes.

    ย 

    What happen?

    Somebody set us up the quote.

    ย 

    How are you gentlemen?

    All your browser are belong to us.

    ย 

    ๐Ÿ˜›

    lol, that had to come.

    Current number of HTML tags: 5830 (reset by the page break) Come on people, we got to break 10000!

    By the way I get a blank screen on firefox once I scrolled down enough. The screen returns when I release the scroll button. Anyone else with that effect?

    ย 

    I get that, but I have to refresh the page before I get my screen back. And all of my innermost quotes are un-nested and off the right side of the page. I think Firefox really has lost this competition.

    I got the same here. Then again, the forum software is a WTF (as we all know), so that doesn't mean much.

    Ooh, can I spam too?

    Yes, indeed you can.

    You have no chance to render make your time.

    Take off every 'Div'.

    You know what you doing?

    Move 'Div'.

    For great W3C.


    I think it's using <blockquote>s for the quotes, not <div>s ๐Ÿ™‚ (I haven't checked, though).
    Anyways... This page is almost 400 KB, and there's 4535 validation errors :o
    It's using DIV and BLOCKQUOTE tags.

    Fun. In Konqueror, it displays (with a horizontal scrollbar, as it should), but the innermost quote blocks and text have overflowed out to the right of their parent. (I'm not sure if this should happen, but most likely Konqueror and Firefox are doing the standards-compliant thing and IE is subtly broken. It has been known to have some bugs in this area

    Result: Failed validation, 6147 errors
    I'm not sure how big the page is now, in terms of KB or HTML tags, but 'it's beginning to slow my browser down just a little bit.

    Firefox's page info reports that we've hit half a MB...

    ย 

    This is madness, Madness I tells you!!

    BTW: that composite image I mentioned further up the page: 1178 x 5479 (126 kb)... Abandon hope, all ye who load it. http://i163.photobucket.com/albums/t293/James_Penk/WTF_Composite.png

    11995 HTML tags! We got a breakthrough!

    Also kudos for that image. I have a new desktop background now...

    Your welcome.

    BTW: Did you rotate the image and have a stupidly wide monitor, or do you have a stupidly tall monitor and leave the image in it's original orientation?

    (I have a vision of a monitor so large it takes up an *entire* wall. ๐Ÿ™‚ )


    I'll add to it.

    Posting in a legendary thread.


    ^ win


    Win? Definitely ๐Ÿ™‚

    Big Rigs - You're Winner!
    (from Big Rigs: Over the Road Racing)

    The page is starting to F up my Linux laptop, keep going!

    This page is making my PC work overtime on rendering the page.. I know this because every time I click the link, my cooling fans scream into overdrive and I go deaf.

    Keep up the {good|bad|ugly} work.

    (Yes, I know I'm not funny, but I'm typing this at 0525H. and I haven't had a cuppa yet.)


    It stopped, finally!

    O RLY?


    It's long past broken on my computer (FF2 at 1280x800). Firebug won't show the innermost levels of this pile of replies, it gives up somewhere in the middle, just showing < </> instead of the tags that should be there.

    Opera's Developer Console doesn't give up, and except for about 5-second delay at startup, it works almost instantly...
    (DOM Snapshot doesn't seem to work though)

    FF2 is still going strong for me.

    http://rinkworks.com/stupid/cs_programming.shtml

    @That page said:


    /* This function is BOOL but actually returns TRUE,
    FALSE and -2 because I've no time to change it
    to int */

    Pffft... They should return File_Not_Found instead of -2

    I believe we finally know the numeric value of FILE_NOT_FOUND

    lol

    • Friend: "The program is written, and I'm debugging it."
    • Boss: "What's wrong with you people? You make programming more difficult than it needs to be. I have Frontpage Express to write web pages with, and when I write code with it, I never need to debug it. If you were as good of a programmer as me, you'd never need to debug either."

    • When I was studying programming, one of my classmates was having serious troubles with his program. When he asked me for help, I leaned over his screen and saw all of his code in comments. The reason: "Well, it compiles much faster that way."


    "Hey! I hate these Microsoft guys! What a rotten compiler! It only accepts 16,384 local variables in a function!"



    Thanks whoever posted the http://rinkworks.com/stupid/cs_programming.shtml link... It's quite funny ๐Ÿ™‚

    Has anyone seen this topic zoomed out to 20% in Opera? I didn't realise that there was this many replies :P:




    Ouch. I can't see all of that: FF2 insists on restricting the overall layout to window-width, so most of that is off to the right. It looks pretty stupid (well, more stupid) on the minimum text size, and still scrolls off to the side. I wonder how many more replies before it hits a megabyte (currently on 183K) for one page, or causes serious errors (stack overflow anyone?)?

    I think we've hit FF2's nested tags limit, the inner quotes are all empty now. No "Infinite Cats Project"ย  in the middle ๐Ÿ˜ž

    No, they're not empty. they've just been pushed off the edge of the screen.

    It's just that the post is that huge that by the time you reach the horizontal scroolbar, the bit you wanted to scroll through has disappeared upwards.

    But, anyway, this is getting slightly mad now. It takes me damn near five minutes to scroll down the page. :p
    ย 

    BTW: ~244.7Kbย 

    Thief^: How did you miss the horizontal scrollbar? You can scroll across and look at the center quotes, but the original doesn't show (it was a link to the infinite cats project). A view source shows that the text is still there, just FF won't parse that deep.

    EDIT: Ok, now it's broken, the open quote and close quote tags aren't matching up, people are getting credited with the wrong posts and my post is outside the post frame.


    Random832: View selection source (which generates source based on the DOM tree) still shows the original text (which hasn't been a link for quite some time even in posts where it is visible, but the text "infinite cats project" shows), so it's still being parsed. There may be some nested box limit, have we reached some magic number of quote levels recently?



    ย 

    So we've reached a magic limit, but havn't broke anything.

    DAMN...

    I wonder how much more it would take to completely bring firefox to it's knees?

    Ok, new challenge. A cookie to the person who manages to get this thread to blow up my browser.ย 

    (This? A frivolous activity? nay, tis merely an extreme page rendering test.)ย 

    Empire state quote!

    *distinct look of WTF (tm)*

    Empire state...

    eh?
    ย 

    Any Firefox users left?

    ย Who done broked the Interwebs?

    I don't know about Firefox but you did manage to break Firebug.

    In any way, XPath of the innermost BLOCKQUOTE tag:

    [code]/html/body/form/div[2]/div[2]/table/tbody/tr/td[2]/table/tbody/tr/td/div/div[2]/ul/li[18]/div/table/tbody/tr/td[2]/table/tbody/tr/td/div/div/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote[/code]ย 

    I'm a firefox user. I'm still here.

    T'aint broken yet (much.) (I wonder how bad it's going to be when I get back in a week? )

    There's only one way to find out...

    I'm baaaa-aack!ย  And it's still working.ย  (Well, working as well as an infinite quotes project can be expected to.)

    It's taking me quite a while to scroll down the page now, though.ย  I'm not quite sure how big the page is, but I'll find out soon enough.ย 

    EDIT: 631.5KBย 

    Yes, I know I seem to be pretty much the only person keeping this thread alive now, and I'm going to give up soon.ย 

    ย 

    No, you mustn't give up the fight!

    This was an entertaining thread...

    hey whats up with the source code and the "fail" line

    @viewPageSource said:

    ย ...qote user="Daniel15"(bracket)(bracket)quote user="foxyshadis"(bracket)

    ^ fail

    (bracket)quote user="GizmoC"...

    I'm in.

    Whoo! Another one joins the ranks!

    ^^
    ย 

    close to 800kb.ย  Does the software separate posts on different pages by # of posts or by page size...

    probably number of posts?

    still dont understand what the ^fail is all about?

    The ^fail is from where someone added it to the begining of their post to poke fun at the person before who quoted the last post on the first page instead of the real last post. Like I have, just now.ย 

    More crazy statistics: According to Firefox' Print Preview, this third page of the thread would be 683 pages long if printed out...

    Anyone have some spare paper?ย 

    Using "IE Tab" in FF2 seems to correctly bring up the IE7 print preview. Unfortunately, IE's version of the page is even longer, at 884 pages...

    EDIT: In IE's print-preview most of the pages are mostly blank, eg page 400 just has "lol" in the bottom-right corner.

    IE has probably taken the correct width of the page into account - which you will encounter if you scroll the bottom scrollbar (not the one below each post) to the right...

    Thread around the world!

    Opera user here, Print Preview says 74 pages, but that's at 20% zoom ๐Ÿ™‚ (also, had to disable JavaScript, because otherwise the edit box would stay grey).[/quote]

    Had to check out what the Quote form looks like.
    ย 

    [/quote]

    ย It looks like a quote form. ๐Ÿ™‚

    Madness resurrection, FT{W|L}.



  • @Control_Alt_Kaboom said:

    @SpComb said:
    @ender said:
    @dhromed said:
    @PSWorx said:
    @Thief^ said:
    @PSWorx said:
    @Thief^ said:

    ^ Another Fail ^

    3 pages dumbass, quote the last post not the last post on the first page

    @Strider said:

    @Control_Alt_Kaboom said:
    @ssprencel said:
    @Strider said:
    @Control_Alt_Kaboom said:
    @Squiggle said:
    @Control_Alt_Kaboom said:
    @PSWorx said:
    @BiggBru said:
    @Pap said:
    @Control_Alt_Kaboom said:
    @Ice^^Heat said:
    @Control_Alt_Kaboom said:
    @Random832 said:
    @Thief^ said:
    @Control_Alt_Kaboom said:
    @Thief^ said:
    @LightningDragon said:
    @Daniel15 said:
    @Mal1024 said:
    @Mal1024 said:
    @PSWorx said:
    @rdrunner said:
    @PSWorx said:
    @Mal1024 said:
    @Veinor said:
    @ender said:
    @ender said:
    @LightningDragon said:
    @Control_Alt_Kaboom said:
    @fbjon said:
    @Control_Alt_Kaboom said:
    @Mal1024 said:
    @Daniel15 said:
    @foxyshadis said:

    ^ fail

    @GizmoC said:

    @luketheduke said:
    @Control_Alt_Kaboom said:
    @PSWorx said:
    @Control_Alt_Kaboom said:
    @Thief^ said:
    @Control_Alt_Kaboom said:
    @makomk said:
    @Mal1024 said:
    @Daniel15 said:
    @Veinor said:
    @Fred Foobar said:
    @Mal1024 said:
    @Veinor said:
    @BradleyS said:
    @PSWorx said:
    @Control_Alt_Kaboom said:
    @SomebodyElse said:
    @GettinSadda said:
    @Daniel15 said:
    @PSWorx said:
    @DigitalXeron said:
    @Daniel15 said:
    @Daniel15 said:
    @Thief^ said:
    @Amackera said:
    @Treeki said:

    @ender said:

    @PSWorx said:
    @XIU said:
    @PSWorx said:
    @Treeki said:
    @AI0867 said:
    @RaspenJho said:
    @newfweiler said:
    @operagost said:
    @Cratig said:
    @DaveK said:
    @XIU said:
    @Zecc said:
    @Thief^ said:
    @Nandurius said:
    @ammoQ said:
    @Daniel15 said:
    @Daniel15 said:
    @viraptor said:
    @Daniel15 said:
    @PsychoCoder said:
    @DaBookshah said:
    @tster said:
    @PsychoCoder said:
    @SamuelDr said:
    [quote user="joe.edwards@imaginuity.com"]@PsychoCoder said:
    @Veinor said:
    @alostpacket said:
    @Veinor said:
    @halcyon said:
    [omitted]
    How long until it blows up, I wonder?
    I dunno.
    soonish
    well, the innermost quote box will eventually need to shrink to zero size.
    Well at the rate we're going it's not going to take long hehe
    It feels cool to have my post at the center of all this.
    The reply page looks really strange
    Well thats because we have an InifnitePost Syndrome going on here
    Are we there yet?
    We have to be getting close by now, right?
    Nearly there, I guess. /me will throw a /me in just for fun (watch what happens when you quote it :P)
    Dunno - trying.
    The name after the / me changes to your name, rather than staying as mine (as it should - And does in SMF :))
    I think we've just about blown it up - The innermost quote box is all squashed on my 1280x800 screen ๐Ÿ˜›
    I wonder if I should do something about that - isn't it my duty as a moderator to stop such an abuse?
    Good thing I just got a wide screen monitor. Looks fine here.
    OMG it's gone mad.
    Come on! Stop it already!
    Good browser test ๐Ÿ˜›
    Reminds me of a Usenet Meow cascade!
    I'll join in as well for the fun of it, it's also a good test for CS - See if there is a limit on quote blocks! Scroll scroll scroll your bar, gently down the screen. Merrily merrily merrily merrily,...... erm... don't know how to finish it!
    Life is Paula Beans?
    Is this building to a punchline?
    I think it's building to a stack-overflow...
    I'd say it's broken already
    Join me on a scenic tour of The Quote Pyramid, housing ancient relics mentions of stuff like Lolcats and /me tests!
    Edgar the Eightball says: /me is stupid!
    Still working on 1920x1200
    Number of HTML tags this document consists of: 9320
    Scrolling down real quick gave me a headache -but typing this reply seems to cause even greater headache, since every time I press a key, the window either jumps up to the start of previous post, or back down to the editbox - really weird.
    Firefox messes up sometimes if I try to view the later posts in Page 1.

    edit: Blah! Lost the quote. Readded it in edit.

    The WTF'ery is strong with this one!

    As I said earlier (but it seems to have been lost from the quote tree) it works perfectly in IE7. In Firefox the inner divs are outside their parents and the text overflows the quote box it's supposed to be in, but in IE7 it's all fine.

    I can't believe IE7 wins at something.


    You're Winner!


    Interesting... The / me is broken
    I'll try it here: /me says that this is a test


    On Opera the post grows a horizontal scrollbar

    The / me thing is strange...


    Yeah, I noticed the scroll bar - I guess the whole post is inside a div with a style of "overflow: auto" (although I haven't checked this)
    And yeah, the /me thing is definitely strange... I'm not sure whether it's a bug, or a "feature" (don't process /me on posts with lots of quotes?)
    Oops! replied to the wrong one...

    I suspect that the code carefully avoids expanding /me in quoted text, but gets confused by huge quote depths and gives up!

    Ok, I'll join in. IE7 Grows a horizontal scroll bar as well. The only side effect seems to be putting text as one word per line on the innermost quotes.

    ย 

    What happen?

    Somebody set us up the quote.

    ย 

    How are you gentlemen?

    All your browser are belong to us.

    ย 

    ๐Ÿ˜›

    lol, that had to come.

    Current number of HTML tags: 5830 (reset by the page break) Come on people, we got to break 10000!

    By the way I get a blank screen on firefox once I scrolled down enough. The screen returns when I release the scroll button. Anyone else with that effect?

    ย 

    I get that, but I have to refresh the page before I get my screen back. And all of my innermost quotes are un-nested and off the right side of the page. I think Firefox really has lost this competition.

    I got the same here. Then again, the forum software is a WTF (as we all know), so that doesn't mean much.

    Ooh, can I spam too?

    Yes, indeed you can.

    You have no chance to render make your time.

    Take off every 'Div'.

    You know what you doing?

    Move 'Div'.

    For great W3C.


    I think it's using <blockquote>s for the quotes, not <div>s ๐Ÿ™‚ (I haven't checked, though).
    Anyways... This page is almost 400 KB, and there's 4535 validation errors :o
    It's using DIV and BLOCKQUOTE tags.

    Fun. In Konqueror, it displays (with a horizontal scrollbar, as it should), but the innermost quote blocks and text have overflowed out to the right of their parent. (I'm not sure if this should happen, but most likely Konqueror and Firefox are doing the standards-compliant thing and IE is subtly broken. It has been known to have some bugs in this area

    Result: Failed validation, 6147 errors
    I'm not sure how big the page is now, in terms of KB or HTML tags, but 'it's beginning to slow my browser down just a little bit.

    Firefox's page info reports that we've hit half a MB...

    ย 

    This is madness, Madness I tells you!!

    BTW: that composite image I mentioned further up the page: 1178 x 5479 (126 kb)... Abandon hope, all ye who load it. http://i163.photobucket.com/albums/t293/James_Penk/WTF_Composite.png

    11995 HTML tags! We got a breakthrough!

    Also kudos for that image. I have a new desktop background now...

    Your welcome.

    BTW: Did you rotate the image and have a stupidly wide monitor, or do you have a stupidly tall monitor and leave the image in it's original orientation?

    (I have a vision of a monitor so large it takes up an *entire* wall. ๐Ÿ™‚ )


    I'll add to it.

    Posting in a legendary thread.


    ^ win


    Win? Definitely ๐Ÿ™‚

    Big Rigs - You're Winner!
    (from Big Rigs: Over the Road Racing)

    The page is starting to F up my Linux laptop, keep going!

    This page is making my PC work overtime on rendering the page.. I know this because every time I click the link, my cooling fans scream into overdrive and I go deaf.

    Keep up the {good|bad|ugly} work.

    (Yes, I know I'm not funny, but I'm typing this at 0525H. and I haven't had a cuppa yet.)


    It stopped, finally!

    O RLY?


    It's long past broken on my computer (FF2 at 1280x800). Firebug won't show the innermost levels of this pile of replies, it gives up somewhere in the middle, just showing < </> instead of the tags that should be there.

    Opera's Developer Console doesn't give up, and except for about 5-second delay at startup, it works almost instantly...
    (DOM Snapshot doesn't seem to work though)

    FF2 is still going strong for me.

    @That page said:


    /* This function is BOOL but actually returns TRUE,
    FALSE and -2 because I've no time to change it
    to int */

    Pffft... They should return File_Not_Found instead of -2

    I believe we finally know the numeric value of FILE_NOT_FOUND

    lol

    • Friend: "The program is written, and I'm debugging it."
    • Boss: "What's wrong with you people? You make programming more difficult than it needs to be. I have Frontpage Express to write web pages with, and when I write code with it, I never need to debug it. If you were as good of a programmer as me, you'd never need to debug either."

    • When I was studying programming, one of my classmates was having serious troubles with his program. When he asked me for help, I leaned over his screen and saw all of his code in comments. The reason: "Well, it compiles much faster that way."


    "Hey! I hate these Microsoft guys! What a rotten compiler! It only accepts 16,384 local variables in a function!"



    Thanks whoever posted the http://rinkworks.com/stupid/cs_programming.shtml link... It's quite funny ๐Ÿ™‚

    Has anyone seen this topic zoomed out to 20% in Opera? I didn't realise that there was this many replies :P:




    Ouch. I can't see all of that: FF2 insists on restricting the overall layout to window-width, so most of that is off to the right. It looks pretty stupid (well, more stupid) on the minimum text size, and still scrolls off to the side. I wonder how many more replies before it hits a megabyte (currently on 183K) for one page, or causes serious errors (stack overflow anyone?)?

    I think we've hit FF2's nested tags limit, the inner quotes are all empty now. No "Infinite Cats Project"ย  in the middle ๐Ÿ˜ž

    No, they're not empty. they've just been pushed off the edge of the screen.

    It's just that the post is that huge that by the time you reach the horizontal scroolbar, the bit you wanted to scroll through has disappeared upwards.

    But, anyway, this is getting slightly mad now. It takes me damn near five minutes to scroll down the page. :p
    ย 

    BTW: ~244.7Kbย 

    Thief^: How did you miss the horizontal scrollbar? You can scroll across and look at the center quotes, but the original doesn't show (it was a link to the infinite cats project). A view source shows that the text is still there, just FF won't parse that deep.

    EDIT: Ok, now it's broken, the open quote and close quote tags aren't matching up, people are getting credited with the wrong posts and my post is outside the post frame.


    Random832: View selection source (which generates source based on the DOM tree) still shows the original text (which hasn't been a link for quite some time even in posts where it is visible, but the text "infinite cats project" shows), so it's still being parsed. There may be some nested box limit, have we reached some magic number of quote levels recently?



    ย 

    So we've reached a magic limit, but havn't broke anything.

    DAMN...

    I wonder how much more it would take to completely bring firefox to it's knees?

    Ok, new challenge. A cookie to the person who manages to get this thread to blow up my browser.ย 

    (This? A frivolous activity? nay, tis merely an extreme page rendering test.)ย 

    Empire state quote!

    *distinct look of WTF (tm)*

    Empire state...

    eh?
    ย 

    Any Firefox users left?

    ย Who done broked the Interwebs?

    I don't know about Firefox but you did manage to break Firebug.

    In any way, XPath of the innermost BLOCKQUOTE tag:

    [code]/html/body/form/div[2]/div[2]/table/tbody/tr/td[2]/table/tbody/tr/td/div/div[2]/ul/li[18]/div/table/tbody/tr/td[2]/table/tbody/tr/td/div/div/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote/div[2]/blockquote[/code]ย 

    I'm a firefox user. I'm still here.

    T'aint broken yet (much.) (I wonder how bad it's going to be when I get back in a week? )

    There's only one way to find out...

    I'm baaaa-aack!ย  And it's still working.ย  (Well, working as well as an infinite quotes project can be expected to.)

    It's taking me quite a while to scroll down the page now, though.ย  I'm not quite sure how big the page is, but I'll find out soon enough.ย 

    EDIT: 631.5KBย 

    Yes, I know I seem to be pretty much the only person keeping this thread alive now, and I'm going to give up soon.ย 

    ย 

    No, you mustn't give up the fight!

    This was an entertaining thread...

    hey whats up with the source code and the "fail" line

    @viewPageSource said:

    ย ...qote user="Daniel15"(bracket)(bracket)quote user="foxyshadis"(bracket)

    ^ fail

    (bracket)quote user="GizmoC"...

    I'm in.

    Whoo! Another one joins the ranks!

    ^^
    ย 

    close to 800kb.ย  Does the software separate posts on different pages by # of posts or by page size...

    probably number of posts?

    still dont understand what the ^fail is all about?

    The ^fail is from where someone added it to the begining of their post to poke fun at the person before who quoted the last post on the first page instead of the real last post. Like I have, just now.ย 

    More crazy statistics: According to Firefox' Print Preview, this third page of the thread would be 683 pages long if printed out...

    Anyone have some spare paper?ย 

    Using "IE Tab" in FF2 seems to correctly bring up the IE7 print preview. Unfortunately, IE's version of the page is even longer, at 884 pages...

    EDIT: In IE's print-preview most of the pages are mostly blank, eg page 400 just has "lol" in the bottom-right corner.

    IE has probably taken the correct width of the page into account - which you will encounter if you scroll the bottom scrollbar (not the one below each post) to the right...

    Thread around the world!

    Opera user here, Print Preview says 74 pages, but that's at 20% zoom ๐Ÿ™‚ (also, had to disable JavaScript, because otherwise the edit box would stay grey).

    Had to check out what the Quote form looks like.
    ย 

    [/quote]

    ย It looks like a quote form. ๐Ÿ™‚

    Madness resurrection, FT{W|L}.

    [/quote]

    World Record? This is Madness!ย 



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    [quote user="joe.edwards@imaginuity.com"]The Infinite Cat Project
    Lolcats pales in comparison! s this
    Infinite quote project?
    Yup
    heh heh
    Thats what I get for not scrolling down far enough (disregard my previous post)
    How long until it blows up, I wonder?
    I dunno.
    soonish
    well, the innermost quote box will eventually need to shrink to zero size.
    Well at the rate we're going it's not going to take long hehe
    It feels cool to have my post at the center of all this.
    The reply page looks really strange
    Well thats because we have an InifnitePost Syndrome going on here
    Are we there yet?
    We have to be getting close by now, right?
    Nearly there, I guess. /me will throw a /me in just for fun (watch what happens when you quote it :P)
    Dunno - trying.
    The name after the / me changes to your name, rather than staying as mine (as it should - And does in SMF :))
    I think we've just about blown it up - The innermost quote box is all squashed on my 1280x800 screen ๐Ÿ˜›
    I wonder if I should do something about that - isn't it my duty as a moderator to stop such an abuse?
    Good thing I just got a wide screen monitor. Looks fine here.
    OMG it's gone mad.
    Come on! Stop it already!
    Good browser test ๐Ÿ˜›
    Reminds me of a Usenet Meow cascade!
    I'll join in as well for the fun of it, it's also a good test for CS - See if there is a limit on quote blocks! Scroll scroll scroll your bar, gently down the screen. Merrily merrily merrily merrily,...... erm... don't know how to finish it!
    Life is Paula Beans?
    Is this building to a punchline?
    I think it's building to a stack-overflow...
    I'd say it's broken already
    Join me on a scenic tour of The Quote Pyramid, housing ancient relics mentions of stuff like Lolcats and /me tests!
    Edgar the Eightball says: /me is stupid!
    Still working on 1920x1200
    Number of HTML tags this document consists of: 9320
    Scrolling down real quick gave me a headache -