June 22nd, 2010

Cramer Crap

Ah, Javascript. I Forgot How Much I Hated You!

Okay, so I've got this script that goes through a form on the page, finds a checkbox with an ID of "6," and sets that to "checked." All very straightforward.

...except that it also changes the checkbox with an ID of "18" to "checked" at the same time, for no readily apparent reason.

...and if I tell it to check/uncheck the checkbox with an ID of "18" it just doesn't do anything.

I think ... I may cry.

-The Gneech

EDIT: I found it. Turns out that I had one function being used for two different (and contradictory) things. Broke it into two functions, and it works now.
Maedhroc Salute

Embarrassment of Leisurely Riches

For the past week or so I have been on a LotRO binge and enjoying it tremendously, but every night left with a nagging thought of, "Y'know, I really should do some sketching to warm up for AC." Well, that plus "I should be going to bed before midnight." And the occasional "Hey you, write something!"

So tonight I resolved to myself that I would do one daily in LotRO that I'm grinding to earn a particular item, then spend the rest of the night sketching (and going to bed early) ... only to have Telltale release the third episode of the current Sam and Max game at me.

D'Oh! A fanboy's work is never done!

-The Gneech