click on this link and try to navigate around.
The upper component, the one showing the street view, is Flash.
Thanks, VF, you were right. It works now.
I followed your good advice and posted two of my items on Adobe Exchange. They got approved pretty quick (about a week), but the problem is that if I search AE for my files they won’t show up in the search results.
I tried many search criteria, including exact name, and none of my items are found.
Do you know if there’s something wrong with the search engine in AE, or are they just refreshing some kind of cache once in a while and I have to wait?
There are plenty of applications to handle RSS out there.
Just as an example, if you use iGoogle, you can:
1. Just add the RSS by URL (Add Stuff -> Add Feed or Gadget -> Type in the RSS URL -> you’re all set)
2. Use the Google Reader iGoogle gadget – I prefer this one because it highlights unread items. I use this to see comments on my items so I can reply as fast as possible.
Not one bit. So the translator of the message on that sign was supposed to get the message correct, but instead the stupid thing busted and displayed the message as, “Translate Server Error”...? That is just totally weird. Why would you put that sign up? HAHA
Well, not all people know what “Translate server error” means.
Just like you didn’t know what “Salut” means until recently.
Yes, some guy wanted to write the name of his restaurant in English and he probably went to Google Translate or something similar.
The server might have had an error while processing the request and issued a corresponding message. The guy really thought that the English name for his restaurant is “Translate Server Error”.
Be careful guys, terrible things may happen because of automatic translation. Like this restaurant banner:
Cine a zis ca s-a oprit?
Who said it stopped?
The gadget’s URL has changed; the new address is: