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    the grey DL button on the left...
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    Thanks B de P! I was confused, as when you hover the mouse over the blue 'button' (telechargement de fichier) it says 'download file'. The grey and blue tabs look as if they are to download the wonder-product. Got it now!
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    • CommentTimeMar 14th 2012 edited
     
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    • CommentAuthordjh
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    So you all happily enable Javascript for a site which is explicitly also trying to get you to install some software about which you know nothing?

    That's how you catch noxious diseases. Does anybody have the PDF somewhere accessible?
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    djh, that's where someone with some knowledge wins over me! have I enabled Javascript? Is it not normally enabled? What is it? Etc!!
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    hes just trying to scare you :)
    • CommentAuthordjh
    • CommentTimeMar 14th 2012 edited
     
    Nick Parsons asked "djh, that's where someone with some knowledge wins over me! have I enabled Javascript? Is it not normally enabled? What is it? Etc!!"

    Javascript is enabled by default. It's a "scripting" language that executes programs inside the browser on your computer. In theory, it's perfectly safe. Also in theory, if it or the browser has any bugs, some malicious person could use it to attack your machine. Javascript implementations have been very prone to bugs as have browsers. There are people who think the risk is sufficent to be careful and I'm one of those people. I use a well-known Firefox add-on called NoScript, written by somebody even more paranoid than me.

    http://www.sophos.com/en-us/security-news-trends/security-trends/malicious-javascript.aspx
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cross-site_scripting

    Edit: Oh, and while malicious websites are an obvious source of attacks, so are websites written by careless or ignorant programmers. So any sign of a website not working properly is a good hint not to enable javasript for it. And so is a website that invites you to download free, unasked-for, unrelated software.
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      CommentAuthorfostertom
    • CommentTimeMar 15th 2012
     
    <blockquote><cite>Posted By: bot de paille</cite>Nice little building! Whats the deal with the large window being covered up by the roof? how does it work?? </blockquote>Thanks bot.

    BTW, the photos are not of the current project that the download .pdf is about. The large old window isn't obstructed because the new roof has a hipped end backfalling to the cill - in fact the backslope is a skylight so you can look down into the Dining Room.
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