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I think going to the Gym is the hardest part, I read that working out in a fasted state is supposed to be best, which means working out in the morning. ugh.

I've been looking at Kirklands Energy shots since they are cheap and I really need something to kick my butt in the morning.

So yeah. I dont post much in the forums as a result of these tasks lol. If I dont complete them, and the fiance has to go back to Korea without me as a result, its going to be an unbearable trip to the airport to drop her off, if you understand the context.

 

Oh, please don't drink stuff like that. It's very unhealthy. Try a liter or two (or three) of good water in the morning. I prefer Fiji water myself. You can also buy caffeine powder and measure out 100-200 mg and take that straight, but you might find that water and exercise will kick your butt into gear faster and better than anything else and it will last FAR longer - especially if you eat some food after exercising.

 

The stuff that's in these energy shots (not just Kirkland's, but ANY "energy shot") is damn near dangerously unhealthy.

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And now OCN just locked the ability to edit threads that are older than a year.

This is starting to go down the toilet even more...
    
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And now OCN just locked the ability to edit threads that are older than a year.

This is starting to go down the toilet even more...

 

I think that would have happened regardless. They've been frustrated by this problem for a long time and they have been struggling with finding a solution. So, they didn't come upon this one lightly, and I get the impression that they don't like it either but they don't have much of a choice. I can't think of a better solution either.

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I think that would have happened regardless. They've been frustrated by this problem for a long time and they have been struggling with finding a solution. So, they didn't come upon this one lightly, and I get the impression that they don't like it either.

Easy way to keep information from leaving the forum? You keep the members, not the information they presented.

Locking it away after a year, if this is made known to every member, is just another thing to consider before posting to the community, but this is off topic lol.

I just got frustrated that I cant edit my own thread.
    
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Easy way to keep information from leaving the forum? You keep the members, not the information they presented.

Locking it away after a year, if this is made known to every member, is just another thing to consider before posting to the community, but this is off topic lol.

I just got frustrated that I cant edit my own thread.

 

Some people were like, "Well, this information is old and outdated, so I'll just delete it. I can't delete my thread though, but I can still delete the content. Gone." Others were like, "but uh, I was still using that!"

 

Of course, then we have the people who do it for other, more childish reasons. Still...

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Some people were like, "Well, this information is old and outdated, so I'll just delete it. I can't delete my thread though, but I can still delete the content. Gone." Others were like, "but uh, I was still using that!"

Of course, then we have the people who do it for other, more childish reasons.

Either way, OCN has been dead since 11-9-2011. All we're doing now is watching the corpse rot.

More times have threads like those been locked than deleted by the OP.

Got to head to bed, night for now lol
    
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More times have threads like those been locked than deleted by the OP.

Got to head to bed, night for now lol

 

We can't delete our own threads. Some people just don't understand that they should never delete old content.

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Code:
.fixed-scroll-breakpoint .ui-header-fixed ul.menu {
    top: 0px!important;
}
.ui-header-fixed ul.menu{
    width: 173px;
    right: 0px;
    top: -1px;
    position: absolute;
    background-color: transparent;
    box-shadow: 1px 2px 2px -1px rgba(0, 0, 0, 0.5);
    display: none;
    padding-top: 50px;
}

This will:
  • Remove the gap between the dropdown menu and the nav bar
  • Prevent the dropdown menu from collapsing when the cursor is anywhere along and above the width of the dropdown menu. I've used the Avatar height to define the vertical hover area.

So, if the cursor is anywhere in the red box shown below, the drop down menu will not collapse
Code:
.ui-header-fixed li.profile ul.menu{
display: block;
opacity:0;
transition:0s 0.55s;
pointer-events: visiblefill;
visibility: hidden; 
}
.ui-header-fixed li.profile:hover ul.menu{
opacity:1;
transition:0s;
visibility: visible;
}

It was difficult through CSS, but I've been trying a few things and this new code I've written will prevent the profile menu from collapsing (for 0.55 secs) if the cursor falls off the menu.
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Code:
.ui-header-fixed li.profile ul.menu{
display: block;
opacity:0;
transition:0s 0.55s;
pointer-events: visiblefill;
visibility: hidden; 
}
.ui-header-fixed li.profile:hover ul.menu{
opacity:1;
transition:0s;
visibility: visible;
}

It was difficult through CSS, but I've been trying a few things and this new code I've written will prevent the profile menu from collapsing (for 0.55 secs) if the cursor falls off the menu.

Wow. We are almost there. Can we make the profile menu button do the same thing?
Edited by TwoCables - 1/31/16 at 4:33am
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Wow. We are almost there. Can we make the profile menu button do the same thing?

This can be done. I haven't done this because I use it as an indication to know when my cursor has strayed. It subconsciously helps me position my cursor.

If you want the profile button to behave the same way as the drop down, use the following compilation:
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.ui-header-fixed li.profile .user-avatar{
display: block;
opacity:1;
transition:0s 0.55s;

}
.ui-header-fixed li.profile .user-avatar:hover{
opacity:1;
transition:0s;
visibility: visible;
} 
     
.ui-header-fixed li.profile ul.menu{
display: block;
opacity:0;
transition:0s 0.55s;
pointer-events: visiblefill;
visibility: hidden; 
top: 100%;
}
.ui-header-fixed li.profile:hover ul.menu{
opacity:1;
transition:0s;
visibility: visible;
}
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