Read (r): 4 Write (w): 2 Execute (x): 1 So, for example, rwx = 7; rw- = 6; r-x = 5, and so on. The d in the beginning means “directory”, – in the beginning means “file”. The pattern is “user”, “group”, “other (ugo).

1. Switch to root user sudo su 2. Open the clock file in the editor nano /etc/sysconfig/clock 3. Make sure that the file contains the correct time zone, for example: ZONE=”America/New_York” NOTE: if you want to check what zones are available, you can see all zones by typing this command: ls /usr/share/zoneinfo 4. Save the file and […]

A freeze frame is the effect of “stopped time”. It’s typically used at highest emotional points, positive or negative: a character’s triumph, as in Rocky or a character’s suffering. Movies sometimes end with freeze frames (“Farewell, friend”, “400 blows”). A wide-spread technique is to halt the action on the freeze frame and to let the […]

Rendering function processes the effect and creates a separate clip: a render file. That clip (file) is stored in the Render Files folder on the scratch disk. When a sequence invokes the rendered effect, the render file is loaded into the sequence and played. The render file (clip) doesn’t appear as the item neither in […]

You can place the values of the array within the parentheses of the constructor: var myArray:Array = new Array(“This is the first value”, true, 0.7);

The sortOn() method only exists in the Array class. It is not supported in the Vector class of ActionScript 3.0. The sortOn() method works with arrays whose elements are objects. These objects must have at least one common property than can be used as the sort key. NOTE the use of the curly brackets {}: […]

hide, show and toggle functions in jQuery have optional callback function (used within the same parentheses), that allows to assign action after the effect is finished. For example, after something is shown or revealed, you may go to a URL or display a pop-up alert box. Here’s an example: <script type=”text/javascript”> $(document).ready(function(){ $(‘:submit’).click(function () { […]