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CodeBench official website
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The official website for all matters relating to information and downloads is www.codebench.co.uk.

For now I have uploaded the documentation to fill the space. I shall be updating it when the time is right to include further information about the commercial version and the bonuses it includes.

Simon

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Re: CodeBench official website
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@Rigo

Great work indeed. But, please, remove the window resize javascript. It's really annoying and not useful.

Keep up the good work.

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Re: CodeBench official website
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@walkero

That was in there to keep the built-in documnentation tidy. I'll remove it on the "proper" site

Simon

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Re: CodeBench official website
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@Rigo

Nice site. Look forward to the removal of the Javascript

BTW, my work on richeditor isn't just "initial", i would call it "continuing"

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Re: CodeBench official website
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@xeron

The docs are quite old now. I'll treat them to a face lift :)

Simon

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Re: CodeBench official website
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I have removed the sizing script now for the online version, just to keep you lot happy while I create the proper site :)

Simon

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Re: CodeBench official website
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@xeron

Is there a new version that fixes the copy/cut/paste bugs or do we have to wait for a new OS update to fix all problems?

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Re: CodeBench official website
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@Menthos

That is a bit of a combination of all three :)

Hopefully the next beta release will sort that out.

Simon

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Re: CodeBench official website
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@Rigo

Thanks for your work

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Re: CodeBench official website
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@Menthos

Well, there is one bug that is in the OS to do with copy/paste, but I think Rigo has a workaround for that.

All the other ones were in the gadget, and are fixed.

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Re: CodeBench official website
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@Rigo/Xeron

Ok, thanks!

Any ETA on the next beta?

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Re: CodeBench official website
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@Menthos

When its done

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@xeron

One could argue that if it's a beta then it is not done and the ETA to the next beta should be less time compared to when it is done...

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Re: CodeBench official website
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@Menthos

Alright, how about, "when the next beta is ready"

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