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    Ian Johnson
    @enjalot
    i’ll have to set aside a couple hours to look into this soon
    Geoffery Miller
    @georules
    I've noted sliders in code editing work -- from inlet. I've noted some sliders in the visualization view do not. however this works on both: http://tributary.io/inlet/11104436 but the sliders in the visualization in this one do not: http://tributary.io/inlet/11104408
    Ian Johnson
    @enjalot
    thanks, that helps!
    Geoffery Miller
    @georules
    yeah, I was looking into that one time before, but I forgot what/if I figured out anything. it's probably related to the old inlet problem that was resovled tho
    Dealga McArdle
    @zeffii
    going to attempt Windows local version of Tributary App :D
    Dealga McArdle
    @zeffii
    must.. bulldoze.. mongoDB
    Dealga McArdle
    @zeffii
    ah shjucks connect-mongo and monodb node packages don't include windwoes.
    Dealga McArdle
    @zeffii
    npm ERR! notsup Not compatible with your operating system or architecture: mongodb@0.9.9 perfect.
    Dealga McArdle
    @zeffii
    hmm latest mongodb package doesn't through that error, but a dependancy does.. kerberos :(
    Ian Johnson
    @enjalot
    :(
    Dealga McArdle
    @zeffii
    yeah, there no real hope for me without a Mac to get that to run.
    mostly i wanted to have default support for codemirror plugins
    • move current line up/down
    • move selection up/down
    • comment / uncomment selection
    bam. that's about it.
    actually, maybe
    • duplicate selection (shift+D) or something would be nice too
    Ian Johnson
    @enjalot
    hmm
    @zeffii do you have access to a VM or a linux server?
    digitalocean you can make a 5$/mo linux server
    but if you dont already know linux than its quite the investment for learning =\
    you could also comment out everything mongo related to make it run locally
    you wouldnt be able to save stuff locally, but you could still render the frontend and experiment with that
    Dealga McArdle
    @zeffii
    that's a good point, yes I do have access to a linux server. Didn't think of installing tributary on it for testing.
    Robbie Robinson
    @kamakinto
    May be a dumb question, but I am looking for a room that discusses developing interactive maps with D3.js, and this is the closest match I could find....am I in the right place?