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Offline London Underground routing on your phone

There are probably a number of apps available for this as well, but none that I've found for Windows Phone are any good. Even desktop routing via Google Maps or Bing Maps has not been very good at estimating journey times for me.

So I made a website which does it, just how I like it, with the following features:

  • Uses Application Cache to remain available even with no data connection
  • Browse lines, stations and routes
  • Show all possible routes with duration and stops
  • Entirely front-end code, using Angular JS

Offline Tube: https://offlinetube.co.uk

Permalink | Author: | Tags: Offline, Tube | Posted: 08:00PM on Sunday, 07 February, 2016 | Comments: 0


ChatZilla Plugin: Network Trace

Source: https://github.com/twpol/cz-plugin-network-trace

This plugin for ChatZilla allows you to see the incoming and outgoing network messages easily.

Commands

  • /network-trace [<toggle>]

    Without any arguments, displays the tracing status for the current network.

    With the toggle argument, controls the tracing status for the current network. "true", "on", "yes" and "1" will enable tracing. "false", "off", "no" and "0" will disable tracing.

Output

[<<] PING :fripp.mozilla.org
[>>] PONG :fripp.mozilla.org
[>>] JOIN #channel
[<<] :Nickname!chatzilla@hostname JOIN :#channel
[<<] :fripp.mozilla.org 353 Nickname = #channel :@Nickname
[<<] :fripp.mozilla.org 366 Nickname #channel :End of /NAMES list.
[>>] MODE #channel
[<<] :fripp.mozilla.org 324 Nickname #channel +nt
[<<] :fripp.mozilla.org 329 Nickname #channel 1454711109
[>>] PART #channel :
[<<] :Nickname!chatzilla@moz-eif.ga4.155.217.IP PART #channel :""

Installation

If you have ChatZilla build 0.9.92 2016-02-08 19:00 or later, you can do:

/install-plugin https://github.com/twpol/cz-plugin-network-trace/archive/master.zip

Otherwise, due to a bug, you will need to download the master archive and extract it in to a new subfolder of the "scripts" folder. This can be found inside the path shown by the command "/pref profilePath".

E.g.

[INFO] Preference “profilePath” is “C:\Users\James\AppData\Roaming\Mozilla\Firefox\Profiles\secret.dev-edition-default\chatzilla”.

means the best place to extract the archive is

C:\Users\James\AppData\Roaming\Mozilla\Firefox\Profiles\secret.dev-edition-default\chatzilla\scripts\network-trace

Permalink | Author: | Tags: ChatZilla, Scripts | Posted: 09:30PM on Sunday, 14 February, 2016 | Comments: 0


ChatZilla Plugin: Topic Diff

Source: https://github.com/twpol/cz-plugin-topic-diff

This plugin for ChatZilla shows you the changes made to a channel's topic.

Example

=-= Nickname has changed the topic to “ChatZilla topic diff test”
=-= Nickname has changed the topic to “ChatZilla diff test”
=-= Nickname deleted "topic ".
=-= Nickname has changed the topic to “ChatZilla diff testing!”
=-= Nickname added "ing!".
=-= Nickname has changed the topic to “ChatZilla topic diffing”
=-= Nickname added "topic ", deleted " test", deleted "!".

Permalink | Author: | Tags: ChatZilla, Scripts | Posted: 08:00PM on Sunday, 21 February, 2016 | Comments: 0


ChatZilla Plugin: Activity in Title

Source: https://github.com/twpol/cz-plugin-activity-in-title

This plugin for ChatZilla shows activity in channels and private messages in the title bar.

Display - Text

The textual display shows up to three groups, each containing a list of views in that state.

  • <...> indicates items with stalk events (e.g. mentions of your nickname, stalk words, and private messages).
  • [...] indicates items with chat events (e.g. all talking in channels).
  • (...) indicates items with superfluous events (e.g. joins, parts, topic changes).

Display - Symbol

The symbolic display shows a single symbol for each view, in the same order as the textual display groups.

  • ! indicates an item with stalk events (e.g. mentions of your nickname, stalk words, and private messages).
  • + indicates an item with chat events (e.g. all talking in channels).
  • - indicates an item with superfluous events (e.g. joins, parts, topic changes).

Preferences

  • display.symbol boolean (default false)

    When enabled, the display is just status symbols (!, + and -). Otherwise, the display is (possibly truncated) names.

  • display.crop integer (default 0)

    Specifies how much of the view name to include, in characters. A value of 0 turns off truncation.

  • titlebar.event boolean (default false)

    When enabled, the title bar includes superfluous events.

  • titlebar.chat boolean (default true)

    When enabled, the title bar includes chat events.

  • titlebar.stalk boolean (default true)

    When enabled, the title bar includes stalk events.

Examples

  • <UserA, UserB> [#channelA] (#channelB) ChatZilla!

    In this example, UserA and UserB have stalk events, #channelA has chat events, and #channelB has superfluous events. Superfluous events are hidden by default.

  • !!+-ChatZilla!

    This is the same as the example above, but with display.symbol set to true.

Permalink | Author: | Tags: ChatZilla, Scripts | Posted: 09:00PM on Sunday, 28 February, 2016 | Comments: 0

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