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May 23, 2016

Lack of blog updates, but not coding changes

Shortly after the full version of v1.87 was released, a regular user pointed out a few anomalies in my Section Inspector tool.

After a few beta-versions were sent back and forth, and a complete overhaul of how the Section Inspector form layout looked, I now felt much happier with it. Some of the tweaks were also applied to other forms that use listboxes as well, which enables/disables functions based on what is or isn’t selected in the list box.

I released a v1.88c last week to the beta URL but I’m still tinkering with how it works, so expect a v1.88d in the next few weeks. I’ve also been trying to get more features in, but with some optimisations at the same time so that the file size of the add-in doesn’t increase too much.

The main reason for the lack of blog updates is plain and simple: Weebly.com, and a whole host of other useful sites, are now blocked from being accessed where I work.

Along with DropBox, Gmail and a few other useful sites. Turns out someone had allowed everyone access to these sites by accident, so whilst it was good for a while, the whole thing has now been very much screwed down and limited.

There’s other problems with Firefox that are also causing sites to be blocked, but I’m not that up on the whys and wherefores, other than it’s a PITA to find once useful sites are now blocked/classed as dodgy. Ho hum.

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