Making Connections: Connecting a Joystick to MaxMSP/Jitter « Intro Since MaxMSP 4.5, the hi object has been included in the standard set of Max objects. This object allows you to get access to the stream of data coming from HID devices like USB joysticks. Using this object, we’re going to look at using these extremely low-cost devices to provide gestural control of a Max patch. Free Responsive Design Testing Tools to test Responsive Drupal Themes We recently launched TB Methys II - a Fashion Drupal theme (our first Drupal 7 responsive theme). How to make sure the theme can adapt correctly on different browser dimensions, orientations and screen resolutions? Should we buy all available devices or is there another solution for that? It requires much testing work to ensure the theme can be displayed on various mobile devices and tablets. Along the journey, we discovered some practical & free responsive design testing tools that really help, hence we wanna share those tools which can make your development process for responsive websites much simpler.
Chosen: A jQuery Plugin by Harvest to Tame Unwieldy Select Boxes Chosen is a jQuery plugin that makes long, unwieldy select boxes much more user-friendly. Downloads Project Source Contribute Standard Select Topic: Stepping through a MIDI Clip with m4l « Hello, I m using this patch to see + active/deactivate, on a korg nano control 2, notes from a step sequencer patch I built. — Pasted Max Patch, click to expand. —
Convert any website layout or template into a Drupal theme - easily! Theming for Drupal is not actually as hard as you may think. Certainly there are more advanced areas of theming possible with Drupal, which may or may not be necessary depending on the needs of your site or whether there are subtle defaults which you wish to change (and which you can learn about if and when they become necessary for your site). Creating the "overall theme" for your site though is very simple. A Drupal theme is nothing more than a standard website layout, with a few bits of PHP code added in certain places, which you can simply copy/paste into place in order to call up Drupal's "dynamic" content and features in those spots. If you learn better visually, videos are available which cover much of the same information that will be illustrated here: Acquia Webinar. Contributed/downloaded themes are more complex than "your" theme needs to be