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  1. Ok adding ".toFixed(2)" works in Internet Explorer, but now firefox just doesn't display the result. Any ideas?
  2. I am working on a website and I have a mortgage calculator. I want to limit the number of decimal places in the output, is that possible? (so instead of displaying "1234.56789" it will display "1234.57") Thanks
  3. This is the full code for the whole form: <form id="fade" class="viz" style="width:680px; filter:progid:DXImageTransform.Microsoft.Fade(duration=2); -moz-opacity:0;" method="get" action="search-results.php"> <select name="cboRegion" id="cboRegion"> <option value="null"<?php if (!(strcmp("null", $_GET['cboRegion']))) {echo " selected='selected'";} ?>>Any Region...</option> <option value="Blanca"<?php if (!(strcmp("Blanca", $_GET['cboRegion']))) {echo " selected='selected'";} ?>>Costa Blanca</option> <option value="Calida"<?php if (!(strcmp("Calida", $_GET['cboRegion']))) {echo " selected='selected'";} ?>>Costa Calida</option> </select> <select name="cboPropType" id="cboPropType"> <option value="null"<?php if (!(strcmp("null", $_GET['cboPropType']))) {echo " selected='selected'";} ?>>Any Property Type...</option> <option value="Apartment"<?php if (!(strcmp("Apartment", $_GET['cboPropType']))) {echo " selected='selected'";} ?>>Apartment</option> <option value="Bungalow"<?php if (!(strcmp("Bungalow", $_GET['cboPropType']))) {echo " selected='selected'";} ?>>Bungalow</option> <option value="Commercial"<?php if (!(strcmp("Commercial", $_GET['cboPropType']))) {echo " selected='selected'";} ?>>Commercial</option> <option value="Duplex"<?php if (!(strcmp("Duplex", $_GET['cboPropType']))) {echo " selected='selected'";} ?>>Duplex</option> <option value="Finca"<?php if (!(strcmp("Finca", $_GET['cboPropType']))) {echo " selected='selected'";} ?>>Finca</option> <option value="House"<?php if (!(strcmp("House", $_GET['cboPropType']))) {echo " selected='selected'";} ?>>House</option> <option value="Villa"<?php if (!(strcmp("Villa", $_GET['cboPropType']))) {echo " selected='selected'";} ?>>Villa</option> <option value="Quad"<?php if (!(strcmp("Quad", $_GET['cboPropType']))) {echo " selected='selected'";} ?>>Quad</option> <option value="Other"<?php if (!(strcmp("Other", $_GET['cboPropType']))) {echo " selected='selected'";} ?>>Other</option> </select> <select name="cboStatus" id="cboStatus"> <option value="null"<?php if (!(strcmp("null", $_GET['cboStatus']))) {echo " selected='selected'";} ?>>Any Status...</option> <option value="New"<?php if (!(strcmp("New", $_GET['cboStatus']))) {echo " selected='selected'";} ?>>New</option> <option value="Resale"<?php if (!(strcmp("Resale", $_GET['cboStatus']))) {echo " selected='selected'";} ?>>Resale</option> </select> <span class="viz" style="width:680px; filter:progid:DXImageTransform.Microsoft.Fade(duration=2); -moz-opacity:0;"> <select name="cboPrice"> <option value="null"<?php if (!(strcmp("null", $_GET['cboPrice']))) {echo " selected='selected'";} ?>>Any Price...</option> <option value="0"<?php if (!(strcmp("0", $_GET['cboPrice']))) {echo " selected='selected'";} ?>>0 - 100.000</option> <option value="100000"<?php if (!(strcmp("100000", $_GET['cboPrice']))) {echo " selected='selected'";} ?>>100.000 - 140.000</option> <option value="140000"<?php if (!(strcmp("140000", $_GET['cboPrice']))) {echo " selected='selected'";} ?>>140.000 - 180.000</option> <option value="180000"<?php if (!(strcmp("180000", $_GET['cboPrice']))) {echo " selected='selected'";} ?>>180.000 - 220.000</option> <option value="220000"<?php if (!(strcmp("220000", $_GET['cboPrice']))) {echo " selected='selected'";} ?>>220.000 - 260.000</option> <option value="260000"<?php if (!(strcmp("260000", $_GET['cboPrice']))) {echo " selected='selected'";} ?>>260.000++</option> </select> </span> <input class="submit" type="submit" value="SEARCH" /> </form> Where do I put that check code? I am an absolute novice at this by the way, thanks for replying.
  4. I have a quick search form on a property website, on Firefox and IE7 I get an Undefined Index error. Notice: Undefined index: cboPrice in /home/fhlinux159/s/spanishhomesjustforyou.com/user/htdocs/ssi/quiksearch.php</b> on line 16 I am getting this on several lines of code, all of which are drop down boxes, all with very similar code. Here is line 16: <option value="null"<?php if (!(strcmp("null", $_GET['cboRegion']))) {echo " selected='selected'";} ?>>Any Region...</option> If anyone has any information on this, or can help out, I would be very grateful, let me know if you need anymore info. Thanks
  5. You should be able to enable games in the "Turn Windows Features On/Off" box. If they aren't there have you tried putting your Vista CD in and seeing if you can "Add/Remove Features"?
  6. Does anyone know if POS 1 is compatible with Internet Explorer 7? Are there any other commonly used pieces of software that might not be compatible with it? Thanks in advance.
  7. Hi everyone, does anyone here know if it is possible to assign a COM port address to a USB device? I have a cash drawer that uses a serial connector to connect to the PC, but this PC has no Serial adaptors on the back, I have a Serial -> USB convertor, but to use this with the Software I need it to use a COM port number. I am stumped on this one, any ideas?
  8. I have searched for hours and not come up with anything for this, hopefully somebody will be able to help me. At my place of work(a computer shop) we have a computer connected to the till etc. We also have a handheld barcode scanner, that connects to the PS/2 port. The scanner is a Metrologic Pulsar MS6220, the manufacturer has some software to connect and configure it. However the software won´t allow you to use it through the PS/2 port, in fact it doesn´t even have settings for the specific model. The software will only let you connect to it through COM1, COM2 etc. So my question is, is there anyway to route the PS/2 port to a COM port, or to make the computer view the PS/2 as a COM port, so that the software will recognise it? Thanks in advance
  9. My motherboard runs at PCI-e 4x. I have just won a card on eBay, I don't know how much you care, but the card I won is: 7300GS 256Mb PCI-e I won'd it for £23.49/€43.16/$46.68 So I think thats pretty good, it's the card you guys suggested, at less than half what I wanted to pay. My next upgrade will be 2x 1Gb DDR2 533Mhz as soon as the prices start dropping Thanks for all your help, I'll post when it has arrived and is installed and running. Thanks again!!
  10. Ah ok, it's probably TurboCache or something then. Is there much difference between the GT and GS/LE models? Sorry to be a pain but I don't know a lot about Gfx cards.
  11. Ok I´ll find it somewhere else. Is that the one to get then? Something in the 7600 series? I have been comparing it with the 7300GT. I have seen one for sale with 512Mb Memory, is that possible? All the others I have seen are 256Mb. I think 256Mb would suit me fine. But might aswell get the 512Mb PCI-e card if it´s real!
  12. So NewEgg won´t ship to spain? If you think that card is the way to go I´ll see what I can find. My board should accept 16x I think.
  13. Wow, quick replies. Ok my motherboard can accept PCI-e. I was thinking, if I get a PCI-e card now, then if I ever upgrade my motherboard again, I won´t need a new graphics card. Obviously it has to be fairly cheap though. As I said I don´t really want it for heavy gaming, but if it were capable of playing the odd game that would be great. Do NewEgg ship internationally?(I´m in spain) Like I previously mentioned I would like it to be under $100 but to last for quite a while. So I want the best I cen get within that budget. Would a 7300GT be best? I have just looked on newegg and they have this card: XFX PVT72GWANG GeForce 7300GS 512MB(256MB on Board) GDDR2 PCI Express x16 Video Card - Retail for $69.99, is it one of those HM cards I´ve been advised not to get? A bit further down there is this card: Arcade FX GF7300GS256 GeForce 7300GS 256MB GDDR2 PCI Express x16 Video Card - Retail That one is onlt $56.99 Are these cards any good? Or are they significantly worse meaning it would be worth spending another $30-$40 for the GT model?
  14. Hi everyone, I would like your suggestions on a new graphics card. My current system is as follows: CPU: Intel Pentium D 3.4Ghz Motherboard: Asus P5VDC-X RAM: 2 x 512Mb DDR PC3200 HDD: Seagate Barracuda 250Gb Sata & Maxtor 120Gb IDE Graphics: nVidia GeForce3 Ti200 64Mb I don't play many games, if I do I tend to prefer older games(AOE, Civ2) lately I have been playing TR: Legend, but not usually anything too special, although I would like the new graphics card to run some of the later games(just in case ) Other than that all I use is Office, and internet etc. I have Vista Ultimate installed at the moment, so I would like a card that will run Vista well with all the features(Aero, Flip3D etc). And I want something that will last a while. My budget is about £50/€70/$100 Obviously the cheaper the better, but I don't really like spending too much on my PC, especially when it pretty much works as it should now! Any advice on this matter would be greatly appreciated! Also, my current Experience index rating on vista is 1 for "Gaming Graphics" and 1.9 for "Graphics" I have the latest drivers for the card installed, would this be due to the low memory or something else?
  15. That was going to be my last resort But I have been searching for 3 days now and can't find anything like what I want, so I guess I'll have to do that. Thanks
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