I was working on a project recently where I recieved a data feed and needed to split it into sections that would fit into a text box (ie. 200 characters at a time). The user would then click ‘more‘ and progress through the text in segments until they had read all of it.

I wrote this simple prototype, which splits a string into sections of a defined size (and optionally adds a postfix, ie. “…” to the end), and returns an array containing the segmented text. Read : Splitting Strings »

Posted on 08 Feb 2007
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Soulwire V2 Interface

Since fullscreen flash websites have become so popular; this little trick (a necessity really) has been used to make sure that no matter what screen resolution a user has, they can experience the site in the way in which the designer intended.

I realise that listeners are common knowledge, but I have had a lot of emails asking about dynamic positioning so I have written this brief tutorial on how to get all the elements in your Flash movie to position themselves automatically when the user’s browser window resizes, or if they are using a different screen resolution to you and you hate the idea of letting the movie scale! Read : Dynamic Positioning »

Posted on 27 Sep 2006
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About me

Soulwire is a weblog by Justin Windle; a Senior Interactive Developer at Fi (Fantasy Interactive), Stockholm – I often Tweet, Flik, Link and Vim.

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