M$ Fonts in Linux

With the M$ Fonts installed we browsing will be better since the pages will look as the designer originally intended them to. Most webpages are designed with M$ fonts in mind. The stylesheet specify these fonts. On Linux, when these specified fonts are not available on your computer, they are replaced with generic equivalents. With these fonts installed, you will see the page as it was designed. To install the fonts, all you need to do (i use Ubuntu) is to install the msttcorefonts package. […]

By | July 3rd, 2007|*nix, Tricky Tipsy| Comments

Edit any text on a page!

Hacking? no im not hacker. But i found something interesting using javascript to change webpage display. Its just for fun, and may be you already know it. Here it is […]

By | March 7th, 2007|Funfare, Tricky Tipsy| Comments

Flash objects appear through overlay

I have a .swf files which runs next to a flyout menu. When the menu flies out, unfortunately it appears behind the flash movie. WTF!! I try to add z-index to my menu. But nothing happen. Googling and found it!! Yippee… […]

By | February 24th, 2007|Daily, Tricky Tipsy| Comments

Allowing outside link in Flash Player 8

When you play flash movie in the local machine, and you have flash player 8 (or higher) installed, sometimes when you click some link inside the movie, the popup window appear, and tell you that the flash movie you play is trying to communicate with some site. […]

By | February 2nd, 2007|Tricky Tipsy| Comments