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Comment on Export Safari RSS feeds via OPML by NicolaD’ » Applicando » Dal Mac a Google

Sat, 05 Feb 2011 22:37:20 +0000

[...] caso i feed siano in Safari la soluzione migliore si trova all’indirizzo sotto due forme: uno script .sh da usare nel Terminale oppure un file per [...]

Comment on Export Safari RSS feeds via OPML by Thomas

Sun, 01 Aug 2010 13:08:26 +0000

I just wrote an app that makes this all easier: Would appreciate if you'd link to it. Your script was helpful in making mine work, i.e. it showed me the format I needed use put into the opml file. Thanks for that!

Comment on Export Safari RSS feeds via OPML by Thomas

Sun, 01 Aug 2010 09:54:33 +0000

Actually, the script also is useless with Safari 5, it appears: It produces a list of some older RSS bookmarks, not the current ones Safari 5 uses.

Comment on Export Safari RSS feeds via OPML by Thomas

Sun, 01 Aug 2010 08:23:46 +0000

Uh, update: vincent's post mainly need fixing with the "smart quotes". Turning all “ and ” into " will get the script to work. However, vincent's script doesn't read Safari's bookmarks but those from Mail, so that's not useful for most of us, probably. Also, running your script in Terminal does still work in 10.6.4, only the Automator action appears to be having trouble as described.

Comment on Export Safari RSS feeds via OPML by Thomas

Sun, 01 Aug 2010 08:17:04 +0000

Sameer, this doesn't work with 10.6.4 and Safari 5.0.1: The automator deletes the interim file again after completion, and a Safari.opml is nowhere to be found then. The updated script by vincent would be nice to have, but it got apparently corrupted here. Could you please re-post vincent's post properly quoted, or update yours with his code, then test on 10.6?

Comment on Area of a polygon by SonyAD

Sun, 13 Jun 2010 08:57:17 +0000

Talk about scratching behind your left ear lobe with your right toes. All you needed to do was triangulate the polygon, such as you did, and add the signed areas of the constituent triangles together. Any area excedents and deficits will cancel each other out. For instance, say you have a quadrilateral. To compute its area you would simply adds these 2 signed areas: A(1,2,3) + A(1,3,4) For a pentagon you would add A(1,2,3) + A(1,3,4) + A(1,4,5) For a hexagon of points 7 through 12, the area would be: (x9(y8-y10) + x10(y9-y11) + x11(y10-y12) + x12(y11-y7) + x7(y12-y8) + x8(y7-y9))/2 And so on for however many sides. Elegant, isn't it? This would always give you the correct result regardless whether the given polygon is convex or not, as long as the vertices are numbered consecutively. It won't work for computing the inner area of self intersecting polygons, though, which is what brought me here after a google search. It would give you the inside areas minus the areas of the aberrant regions, depending on which you consider to be the inside areas.

Comment on Export Safari RSS feeds via OPML by How to make Safari fast again | The choice to be rational is arbitrary

Fri, 11 Jun 2010 19:23:53 +0000

[...] 1. Moved all my Safari RSS feeds to Google Reader, which has a superior interface anyway, using this tool . [...]