Toilet Server



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    Yes I know this one is Photoshopped...



  • Silly, but what's the point?



  • Funny that the last one isn't a server rack at all - it's an audio rack. and while writing this post I discovered the most bizarre WTF I ever had - with every keystroke except backspace the site jumps to the top or the bottom, alternating, that's really annoying, I tell you, I get epilepsy (sp?) and can't see what I've typed ... argh. Is that f'ed up javascript or Opera?



  • @vertex said:

    Funny that the last one isn't a server rack at all - it's an audio rack. and while writing this post I discovered the most bizarre WTF I ever had - with every keystroke except backspace the site jumps to the top or the bottom, alternating, that's really annoying, I tell you, I get epilepsy (sp?) and can't see what I've typed ... argh. Is that f'ed up javascript or Opera?

    I sometimes have weird behaviour in FFX when I accidentally press F7 and turn on the text cursor for the page.

    Does Opera have a feature something like that? 



  • @vertex said:

    Funny that the last one isn't a server rack at all - it's an audio rack. and while writing this post I discovered the most bizarre WTF I ever had - with every keystroke except backspace the site jumps to the top or the bottom, alternating, that's really annoying, I tell you, I get epilepsy (sp?) and can't see what I've typed ... argh. Is that f'ed up javascript or Opera?


    I've seen that a couple of times too, also using Opera.



  • @vertex said:

    and while writing this post I discovered the most bizarre WTF I ever had - with every keystroke except backspace the site jumps to the top or the bottom, alternating, that's really annoying, I tell you, I get epilepsy (sp?) and can't see what I've typed ... argh. Is that f'ed up javascript or Opera?

    I think it's the stupid rich text editor. If you turn it off and use a plain textarea (click your username at the top of the page → Site Options → Content Editor → choose "Plain text"), it works properly. Note that you need to put your own HTML tags (including <p> and <br /> tags) if you use the plain editor.


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