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I'm a .NET developer, specialising in C# along with all the web goodies like ASP .NET MVC, JavaScript, jQuery, webservices, etc, etc - although I've used loads of different bits and bobs including C, C++, Java, Ada, Python, PHP and others. Currently living in Oxford, England.


Oct
3
comment Stack Fiddle - Easily create a jsFiddle from Stack Overflow
Thanks for the heads up. It looks like I'm not keeping up as quickly as jsFiddle are changing the available frameworks. Until I sort this properly, if you go to the extension options and choose an edge framework (for example, jquery edge), then it will work. Looks like 1.5 and less have been removed from their list.
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Feb
25
comment Stack Fiddle - Easily create a jsFiddle from Stack Overflow
Thanks :) I have a few updates to push out. Hmm - maybe I wasn't clear in the little 'how to's I've written. You can individually select HTML / JS / CSS on the page (so up to 3 blocks in total). So click JS on one block and HTML on the other. When you press the 'Send to jsFiddle' link, it will send all the 'active' blocks on the page (click again on the block type to deactivate). Is this what you mean?
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24
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24
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