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Halfbakery Idea Autocomplete

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As your typing out your ingenious thought that someone else has already thought of and posted eons ago, once you complete enough words for a match to another specific topic, it alerts you.

Or I could search better...

Giblet, Feb 22 2005

ECMAScript for XML (E4X) Specification http://www.ecma-int...CMA-ST/ECMA-357.pdf
[Ian Tindale, Feb 23 2005]

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       Ooooh, this would be both wonderful and terribly annoying, as all autocomplete functions are.
normzone, Feb 22 2005
  

       "Warning: your idea has been identified as unoriginal. It bears many many resemblances to [Idea1], [Idea2] and [Idea3] and will likely be pilloried by other users. Please ensure that your idea is significantly different to those above or risk fishbone disaster."
wagster, Feb 22 2005
  

       <irritating paper clip stylee> "It looks like like you're typing an unoriginal idea. Do you want me to:
1) add auto links to the original idea
2) send it to the recycling bin
[cancel]
</irritating paper clip stylee>
AbsintheWithoutLeave, Feb 22 2005
  

       And this would be written in what, Ajax? (Javascript + XML HTTP)
bristolz, Feb 22 2005
  

       >spher   

       Sphericon custard pirates playing guitars made out of an oloid that rolls (see link) in a wobling pattern you could have them in your office and you call the number for tech support and viola! you have custardy computer!   

       [submit]
phundug, Feb 22 2005
  

       Sounds like it could also be used as an HB glossary.
Ling, Feb 22 2005
  

       A warning when you submit your idea would use far less custard. Am I using the term custard correctly?   

       I'm not totally sure about the custard/tumbleweed thing here at HB.   

       It actually kind of scares me.
Giblet, Feb 23 2005
  

       bristolz, - or relatedly, my link.
Ian Tindale, Feb 23 2005
  

       Scratch that.
Ian Tindale, Feb 23 2005
  


 

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