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  • Reminder: Discussion of NDA beta stuff - iOS or Xcode - is not allowed here

    Edit: Contact any of our moderators for issues related to these rules.

    The Apple developer forums are the proper place for such questions/discussion.
  • Re: NEW! BBCode - How To Make Code In Your Posts Look Nice

    Bump for new instructions.
  • NDA Stuff (iOS + Xcode) Is Not Allowed Here

    Edit: Contact any of our moderators for issues related to these rules.

    Not sure how many of you BL&A folks also visit the development forum, but you may not discuss any NDA items on this board. You may discuss only what was publicly shown in the keynote. I have neither the time nor inclination to track down every possible detail in the keynote, so more often than not your thread/post will get zapped. The Apple developer forums are the proper place for such discussions.
  • Posting Rules - READ BEFORE POSTING

    Edit: Contact any of our moderators for issues related to these rules.

    I'll be the first to admit that I pay the least amount of attention to this forum. However that does not mean it is a free-for-all here. And judging from my occasional checking it, it seems clear that some rules are needed.

    CONTENT

    Your ad should be very closely related to iPhone development. Apps, or services (if you aren't allowed to post in the Service Providers forum yet) supporting the development of apps. Code libraries, developer tools, whatever. I shouldn't have to squint too hard to see how your offering is related to iOS. You will have to find somewhere else to advertise your auto parts, vacation destinations, etc.

    The price of product or service is irrelevant; doesn't matter if it is free or you are charging money for it, if you are attempting to draw attention to something for any reason, this forum is the only acceptable free location on this board to do so. If you want wider coverage, pay for some ad space by clicking on any of the "Advertise here" links. Or put links in your signature and go answer questions in the other forums. No one here is owed any free advertising, and your budget problems are not our problems.

    You may have only 1 thread per product or service being advertised.

    BUMPING

    You may bump your thread TWICE, and no more, per calendar month. Examples:

    - You may post on the 1st and the 2nd. Heck, you can post twice on the 1st if you want. Post again on the 3rd and we have a problem.
    - You may post on the 30th (current month) (assuming you haven't already posted twice), then again on the 1st and 2nd of the next month, for a solid 3 days in a row. Post again on the 3rd and we have a problem.

    Punishment for violating this rule:

    - You get 1 hand slap warning.
    - If it happens again after the hand slap, you will receive a 30-day ban from this board.
    - While you are banned, your thread will be moved to a moderator-only forum, and thus no longer visible here.
    - Once your ban has finished, if you want your thread restored you must send me a PM requesting that to happen, AND apologizing for violating the rules. No apology means I will probably delete your thread instead.
    - If it happens again after the temp-ban, you will be permanently banned and your thread(s) will be deleted.
  • Smileys and frownies in your code? Use code formatting - UPDATED

    Updated for new forum software:

    From what I can tell, the specific code to use can vary depending on which applies:
    - Editing an older post that was migrated from vBulletin
    - Creating a fresh new post here in Vanilla

    The giveaway appears to be at the bottom left of the posting area. If you see:
    - "You can use BBCode in your post", that should be a vBulletin post
    - "You can use Simple HTML in your post", that should be a Vanilla post

    The BBCode version is:

    [ code ] whatever [ / code ] (without spaces)

    The HTML version is:

    < pre > < code > whatever < / code > < / pre > (without spaces)

    You do need the pre tag, as shown in the following examples:

    Smileys: :) :(

    [ code] blah [ / code] typed manually
    // Line 1
    // Line 2 :)
    // Line 3
    - (void)setString:(NSString *)string;
    

    < code > blah < / code > typed manually
    <code>// Line 1
    // Line 2 :)
    // Line 3
    - (void)setString:(NSString *)string;</code>

    < pre >< code > blah < / code > < / pre > typed manually
    <pre><code>// Line 1
    // Line 2 :)
    // Line 3
    - (void)setString:(NSString *)string;</code></pre>

    Hitting the C button that is between the strike-through and image buttons
    // Line 1
    // Line 2 :)
    // Line 3
    - (void)setString:(NSString *)string;
    

    Based on a quick test, it seems that the C button will produce the correct code for each circumstance. So since this is an older post, I got the [ code] version. In a test of a newer post, I got the pre/code version. So when in doubt, just hit the C button.