Steven Mann

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since Apr 05, 2010
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Born and bred in Niles, MI. Got my first and current Job as a programmer. Love it!
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Recent posts by Steven Mann

Ginger Ale
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Orange Juice
Apple Juice
Rice Milk
Cake(I think. It may be a lie)
13 years ago
Were you guys rooting for Watson in Jeopardy. How do you feel about him winning? - Steven
13 years ago
Indeed. Without sounding like a hippie (no burning on hippies ), I would suggest trying to embrace yourself as you are. I know a guy who is 5-5. He's one of the coolest people I know. - Steven
13 years ago
Hey. I had the same problem with this. What I ended up doing was leveraging google reader. You can pass in the URL of PDF and it will display nicely. You can download the app for free here. Otherwise, just require adobe as a dependency. - Steven
13 years ago
Has anyone coded or come across any code that implements iPhone style handlebar selection? Nook has it. -Steven
13 years ago
I think you are right: the solution was just to post the raw link in the body string: apparently text/plain will render links properly. I would like to make this sticky so we can collect other solutions, as this is a rather annoying problem.
13 years ago
This code is supposed to work, but it doesn't. It renders correctly inside the android email client, but when I receive the email, it appears as plain text. How do I set the MIME type(Content-type: text/html)?

13 years ago
I had hoped for some sort of an embed function. Does such a thing exist? Is this what you were talking about (rip the guts out)? Can you point me to a useful example? (I havent found one).

Regards, Steven
13 years ago
I was devastated when I found out that android's webview can't view PDFs . The next step is adobe reader. Can I use adobe in-app, or do I have to fire it up and switch to a new instance? - Steven
13 years ago
Resolved: I had my permissions tag in the wrong place: IT HAS TO BE DIRECTLY UNDER THE MANIFEST TAG!
13 years ago
I feel silly asking this, as its one of the most basic things one can do on android. Not to mention I've written it many times before. The browser opens, but it says it can't find google.com. I can view google.com through the emulator browser, though. Whats wrong?!?

NOTE: I have internet permissions enabled.

13 years ago
Love shark week! Love discovery for that matter.
13 years ago
How would one center the text of a titlebar? - Steven
13 years ago
How do I trim a string to a shorter length and add ellipses? I seem to recall a method that does that...
14 years ago
I used this source code to act as the parsing side of my app. But when i try to parse a <content:encode> node it messes up. Its storing the data in a string, and that data is HTML code that I will render in WebView.

BaseFeedParser


Message


RSSHandler




14 years ago