The purpose of this short and sweet tutorial is equally concise: how to get the original look and feel of the Google Chrome web browser back after installing on a Windows 8 computer. Having recently been forced into buying a new laptop, I finally took the plunge and decided to start using Windows 8 on a daily basis. In fact I upgraded the Windows 8 OS that came with my Lenovo Y510P laptop to Windows 8.1 Pro, and am happy enough with it apart from a few small UI niggles which I will be addressing in a series of brief …

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Does any one have any idea of creating a custom component like the below image instead of using the image itself. I know how to create a rectangle (a rounded one using the xml and not in java) which was discussed in the most of the links but i am not able to work with something like the pointer part. does anyone have an idea to do this i would be happy if i am suggested.

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Sometimes one line of tool tip is not enough. You may want to try and play around with JToolTip, but if you in hurry this "little hack" can be handy. With little of HTML plus CSS code you can work out various formats (font, colour, alignment, size etc.).

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For anyone still using the old "mysql_fetch_assoc" here is something I've just discovered today after about 9 years of PHP'ing and thought I should sahre because I've not seen many open source projects use it (maybe for another reason I'm not yet aware of)... (note: both provide the exact same output) [CODE] if ($no_of_records > 0) { $overhead_info = mysql_fetch_assoc($sql_result); extract($overhead_info); } echo "$rid, $type, $summary, $details, $cost, $purchase_date"; ############ instead of ############### if ($no_of_types > 0) { while ($overhead_type_info = mysql_fetch_assoc($sql_result)) { $rid = $overhead_type_info['row']; $type = $overhead_type_info['type']; $summary = $overhead_type_info['summary']; $details = $overhead_type_info['details']; $cost = $overhead_type_info['cost']; $purchase_date = …

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The End.