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Devaka started programming with Pascal and BASIC languages when he was 13, and he has been coding with Java since 2003. Devaka got his bachelor's in computer science from the University of Moratuwa, and currently holds SCJP, SCWCD, and SCBCD certifications. He is mostly known as the author of ExamLab , which is a popular exam simulator for SCJP certification.
When he is not wrangling with his JavaEE and enterprise projects, he likes to play with sneaky web application security stuff.
More about Devaka can be found at his website http://www.devakacooray.com/
Devaka was made a Bartender in 2010, was promoted to Sheriff in 2015 , and was made a Marshal in 2015 Email
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Recent posts by Devaka Cooray

  • Devaka - reworked the AI of HAL 9000
  • Devaka - refill the main wetwell suppression pools
  • Devaka - Fix bug where email notifications on premium thread purchases mentioned a wrong thread
  • Devaka - alligator pit trap door mechanism adjustment
  • Devaka - Show thread boost pricing next to each option
  • Devaka - Thread boost emails show the number of views gained
  • Devaka - Thread boost feature to remove other auto-links from the boosted thread
  • Devaka - Thread boost feature to set a thread in full screen mode
  • Devaka - Thread boost feature to remove DX5 ads from the thread
  • Devaka - Thread boost feature to hard-code what appears at the bottom of the thread in DX1/DX5 space
  • Devaka - Hide the navigate-to-post link from non logged in users
  • Devaka - For non logged in users, staff names at the left edge are active only on the homepage
  • Devaka - Pie feature to watch certain words or phrases
  • Devaka - Show the total number of people with access to a private forum
  • Devaka - removed the dead tribbles from shuttle pod 7
  • Devaka - Feature to upgrade premium thread access
  • Devaka - thinking cap rebuilt to use batteries instead of gasoline
  • Devaka - Show unique clicks and solo clicks on banner tracker for DX5 ads
  • Devaka - fishing the gross goo out of the carbonite freezer after a boo-boo
  • Devaka - Fix bug where the sitemap XML was crashing
4 weeks ago
Here is a list of new stuff included in the latest update to the forum software.

  • Devaka - undocked the command module from the secret mission module
  • Devaka - thinking cap rebuilt to use batteries instead of gasoline
  • Devaka - bring the flux capacitor online
  • Devaka - alligator pit expansion
  • Liutauras - fine-tune the lorentz force in the main z-pinch system
  • Devaka - lava routed to a lower level, opening up three more bunk rooms for henchmen
  • Jeanne - refilled the main beta particle emitter with copper-64 isotope
  • Jeanne - connect the lightning rod to the top of the clock tower
  • Devaka - add one photon cannon to the runabout
  • Pie option to omit [Big Moose Saloon] from subject
  • Devaka - more quantum detectors installed to capture remote brainstem activities
1 month ago
Here's a list of new features included in the new forum software we just deployed on coderanch!

  • Devaka - refilled the main beta particle emitter with copper-64 isotope
  • Devaka - Fix bugs where DX1 ads were occasionally showing some errors
  • Devaka - Avoid including CSRF tokens in URLs.
  • Devaka - clean out the kraken cave
  • Devaka - found the droids we were looking for
  • Devaka - bring the flux capacitor online
  • Devaka - fix the broken vacuum beam lines in the primary electrostatic nuclear accelerator
  • Devaka - added to level 5 diagnostic for long range sensors
  • Devaka - temporary jump jets added to escape pod 7
2 months ago
What is IntelliJ IDEA?

It's a smart Java development IDE that can 'think'! ~ 'nuff said

IntellI IDEA

Enjoy productive Java!

Every aspect of IntelliJ IDEA is specifically designed to maximize developer productivity. Together, powerful static code analysis and ergonomic design make development not only productive but also an enjoyable experience.

Expert opinion from Coderanch Staff

See what the top staff at coderanch has to say

Andrew Monkhouse

Marshal Commander, Coderanch

I’ve been using IntelliJ IDEA for several years now, and it is my IDE of choice. It makes development much easier.

While having all the IDE features you would expect, IntelliJ also has many small features built in that make coding and refactoring a breeze. Some examples:

  • It keeps track of when methods are being used, so it will tell you if your method is not being used anywhere in the project. As IntelliJ puts it – “I see dead code”.
  • It displays context information in your calls to methods, so that you can see what the name of the variable is on the receiving side. If you have ever called a method with something like: “doSomething(true, false);” you will appreciate the context information like: “doSomething( true, false);”
  • This also works with variable suggestions in your method calls – if you have just created a variable of the right type to be a parameter, it will be an auto-complete suggestion when you start typing the method call.
  • Highlighting on screen makes it clear where your blocks of code are delineated, whether they are separated by braces or they are separated by methods.

As with most IDEs, IntelliJ has a large number of plugins available – both those available from IntelliJ themselves, but also from 3rd party developers. Adding these plugins is remarkably simple compared to other IDEs. Type the name of a feature you want, and if IntelliJ doesn’t recognize it, it will ask you if you want to search for a plugin that might provide this feature. Temporarily disabling or permanently removing these plugins is also simple.

When working in IntelliJ, I feel that my productivity is increased simply because I am not trying to make my workflow fit the IDE. Rather IntelliJ tries to make it simple for me.

IntelliJ IDEA is my IDE of choice for almost any Java programming project that I work on both in a professional capacity and for personal projects also. I'm a professional Software Engineer working with JVM applications and I use IntelliJ every day, as do almost all of my colleagues. I have used and experimented with a number of other IDEs in the past and IntelliJ IDEA is the one I have stuck with for many years.

IntelliJ has all of the features you have come to expect of a modern IDE. Syntax highlighting, code completions, project compilation and execution, run time debug tools, etc etc, all for a range of different programming languages, but somehow IDEA manages to do all those things just that little bit better and more intuitively. There is one aspect of IntelliJ, however, that I propose is far far superior to anything offered by any other IDE and that is the Refactor Tools available for Java. Where other products fall flat by doing too much, not enough, or just plain doing the wrong thing, IntelliJ shines with consistently complete auto refactoring. When working on an ever evolving code-base having trust in the IDE refactor tools gives you the confidence to make quick incremental improvements with minimal ceremony and fuss. An invaluable tool that I would not be without.

It's pretty well known that IntelliJ requires the purchase of a licence, and that is certainly true for the Ultimate edition but don't forget there is a Community Edition of IDEA that is available for free. I was pleasantly surprised to find that the free CE version is a very capable IDE in its own right and contains the refactor tools I talked about earlier, which I hold as the most valuable feature, so to get that for free is excellent.

If I were to have any criticism if IntelliJ it would be that it can be very heavy on system resource which may become a problem for users with lower powered machines.

In summary, IntelliJ is a 'best in class' IDE jam packed with top quality features and a set of refactor tools to die for. An absolute must for any serious developer, as long as you've got a half decent machine to run it on. Go and download it without delay.

Tim Cooke

Marshal, Coderanch

Liutauras Vilda

Sheriff, Coderanch

Worth to mention, that I'm using Intellij IDEA for around 2 years now. Moved from the other well-known IDE which I used not only professionally, but also for my personal projects. I switched both.

I couldn't say the transition was difficult, actually quite an opposite experience, it was smooth, mainly I believe because of the resources provided by JetBrains. Personally myself I watched recorded sessions for tips and tricks by Hadi Hariri and learned from them a lot.

As working on a big code bases lately, the very first thing after the IntelliJ IDEA install I was looking for my TOP 1 feature in IDE - "quick search" for phrase occurrences across the project. Having this feature as a separate plugin on other IDE, I was pleasantly surprised it was a native functionality in IntelliJ, moreover, much richer and more naturally to use than I expected.

Second thing I enjoy mostly about the IntelliJ is an ability to have main editor screen without the tabs. I learned that from [url=http://hadihariri.com/2014/06/24/no-tabs-in-intellij-idea/]Hari's blog post[/url] - that helps me to concentrate on a singular source code file at a given point in time as well as to use mouse way less than I used before as switching between the different source code files I'm able to achieve solely using shortcuts of rich navigation functionality.

Next to mention are refactoring tools. These tools are in constant use by me refining code day to day. Also I strongly position refactor suggestions by the IDE itself, starting from Java 8 I completed lots of refactoring suggestions to use functional approach along with the Stream API which I like a lot. It cuts the time significantly for the code refactoring, yet again, heavy use of shortcuts. I catch myself I barely use mouse nowadays using IntelliJ, I got an impression that whole ideology of this IDE is to drift out from the mouse use, and I quite like it.

Comparing to other IDEs, I found IntelliJ to be better integrated with version control systems, it helps me in an easy way identify which parts of the code I changed after the latest pulled version, so before I commit I can easily navigate through and revise them using provided diff tool.

The list of liked features getting long, we possibly could end up on New Year's Eve describing it all here, however, intentionally I won't mention easy debugging process where I think most of the developers supposed to spend as less as possible time at, presumably by more unit testing code - for which I usually have screen split where left part of the screen is for unit tests, while right part of the screen is for production code.

Due to the work nature I do, sometimes I have to have opened several different projects at a time, which IDE tend to handle that very well, so I can have them opened on multiple monitors.

As a slight downside, maybe I just didn’t quite figure it yet is, when the indexing of the project files kicks in, couldn’t quite predict whether opening a project would require that or not. Sometimes I get an impression that it starts for no reason, granted, it serves a good purpose in general - to provide smart completion. But as I said, it is only a slight downside, and not sure whether it happens after the latest upgrade, and even if that happens, that usually doesn’t take so long so I’d manage get bored.

If I’d need to name one of the most pleasant IDE’s to work with, IntelliJ IDEA would be my current choice.

Try it for youself!

2 months ago
Here's what we have in the latest version of the forum software that we just deployed:

  • Devaka - rewire cabin 12 to facilitate a hologram projector
  • Devaka - improve the performance of distributed bragg reflector
  • Devaka - removed the dead tribbles from shuttle pod 7
  • Devaka - shielded the primary shuttle from the messier 83 gamma ray burst
  • Devaka - refill lithium deuteride in the external pulsed plasma propulsion
  • Devaka - undocked the command module from the secret mission module
  • Devaka - primary weapon made 4% more efficient
  • Devaka - add one photon cannon to the runabout
  • Devaka - fishing the gross goo out of the carbonite freezer after a boo-boo
  • Devaka - alligator pit expansion
  • Devaka - robot goat army finally has actual targeting so THAT won't happen again
  • Devaka - Provide ways for premium topic buyers to communicate with the sellers of the products they bought.
  • Devaka - alligator pit trap door mechanism adjustment
  • Devaka - upgrade aft shields
  • Tim M - refilled the main beta particle emitter with copper-64 isotope
  • Devaka - cleaned that weird goo out of transporter room 2
  • Devaka - bring the flux capacitor online
  • Devaka - shark tank trap door mechanism adjustment
  • Devaka - electricity made 178% efficient by replacing fluorescent bulbs with incandescent bulbs in cabin 12
  • Devaka - Improve the general message page
3 months ago
What is IntelliJ IDEA?

It's a smart Java development IDE that can 'think'! ~ 'nuff said

IntellI IDEA

Enjoy productive Java!

Every aspect of IntelliJ IDEA is specifically designed to maximize developer productivity. Together, powerful static code analysis and ergonomic design make development not only productive but also an enjoyable experience.

Expert opinion from Coderanch Staff

See what the top staff at coderanch has to say

Andrew Monkhouse

Marshal Commander, Coderanch

I’ve been using IntelliJ IDEA for several years now, and it is my IDE of choice. It makes development much easier.

While having all the IDE features you would expect, IntelliJ also has many small features built in that make coding and refactoring a breeze. Some examples:

  • It keeps track of when methods are being used, so it will tell you if your method is not being used anywhere in the project. As IntelliJ puts it – “I see dead code”.
  • It displays context information in your calls to methods, so that you can see what the name of the variable is on the receiving side. If you have ever called a method with something like: “doSomething(true, false);” you will appreciate the context information like: “doSomething( true, false);”
  • This also works with variable suggestions in your method calls – if you have just created a variable of the right type to be a parameter, it will be an auto-complete suggestion when you start typing the method call.
  • Highlighting on screen makes it clear where your blocks of code are delineated, whether they are separated by braces or they are separated by methods.

As with most IDEs, IntelliJ has a large number of plugins available – both those available from IntelliJ themselves, but also from 3rd party developers. Adding these plugins is remarkably simple compared to other IDEs. Type the name of a feature you want, and if IntelliJ doesn’t recognize it, it will ask you if you want to search for a plugin that might provide this feature. Temporarily disabling or permanently removing these plugins is also simple.

When working in IntelliJ, I feel that my productivity is increased simply because I am not trying to make my workflow fit the IDE. Rather IntelliJ tries to make it simple for me.

IntelliJ IDEA is my IDE of choice for almost any Java programming project that I work on both in a professional capacity and for personal projects also. I'm a professional Software Engineer working with JVM applications and I use IntelliJ every day, as do almost all of my colleagues. I have used and experimented with a number of other IDEs in the past and IntelliJ IDEA is the one I have stuck with for many years.

IntelliJ has all of the features you have come to expect of a modern IDE. Syntax highlighting, code completions, project compilation and execution, run time debug tools, etc etc, all for a range of different programming languages, but somehow IDEA manages to do all those things just that little bit better and more intuitively. There is one aspect of IntelliJ, however, that I propose is far far superior to anything offered by any other IDE and that is the Refactor Tools available for Java. Where other products fall flat by doing too much, not enough, or just plain doing the wrong thing, IntelliJ shines with consistently complete auto refactoring. When working on an ever evolving code-base having trust in the IDE refactor tools gives you the confidence to make quick incremental improvements with minimal ceremony and fuss. An invaluable tool that I would not be without.

It's pretty well known that IntelliJ requires the purchase of a licence, and that is certainly true for the Ultimate edition but don't forget there is a Community Edition of IDEA that is available for free. I was pleasantly surprised to find that the free CE version is a very capable IDE in its own right and contains the refactor tools I talked about earlier, which I hold as the most valuable feature, so to get that for free is excellent.

If I were to have any criticism if IntelliJ it would be that it can be very heavy on system resource which may become a problem for users with lower powered machines.

In summary, IntelliJ is a 'best in class' IDE jam packed with top quality features and a set of refactor tools to die for. An absolute must for any serious developer, as long as you've got a half decent machine to run it on. Go and download it without delay.

Tim Cooke

Marshal, Coderanch

Liutauras Vilda

Sheriff, Coderanch

Worth to mention, that I'm using Intellij IDEA for around 2 years now. Moved from the other well-known IDE which I used not only professionally, but also for my personal projects. I switched both.

I couldn't say the transition was difficult, actually quite an opposite experience, it was smooth, mainly I believe because of the resources provided by JetBrains. Personally myself I watched recorded sessions for tips and tricks by Hadi Hariri and learned from them a lot.

As working on a big code bases lately, the very first thing after the IntelliJ IDEA install I was looking for my TOP 1 feature in IDE - "quick search" for phrase occurrences across the project. Having this feature as a separate plugin on other IDE, I was pleasantly surprised it was a native functionality in IntelliJ, moreover, much richer and more naturally to use than I expected.

Second thing I enjoy mostly about the IntelliJ is an ability to have main editor screen without the tabs. I learned that from [url=http://hadihariri.com/2014/06/24/no-tabs-in-intellij-idea/]Hari's blog post[/url] - that helps me to concentrate on a singular source code file at a given point in time as well as to use mouse way less than I used before as switching between the different source code files I'm able to achieve solely using shortcuts of rich navigation functionality.

Next to mention are refactoring tools. These tools are in constant use by me refining code day to day. Also I strongly position refactor suggestions by the IDE itself, starting from Java 8 I completed lots of refactoring suggestions to use functional approach along with the Stream API which I like a lot. It cuts the time significantly for the code refactoring, yet again, heavy use of shortcuts. I catch myself I barely use mouse nowadays using IntelliJ, I got an impression that whole ideology of this IDE is to drift out from the mouse use, and I quite like it.

Comparing to other IDEs, I found IntelliJ to be better integrated with version control systems, it helps me in an easy way identify which parts of the code I changed after the latest pulled version, so before I commit I can easily navigate through and revise them using provided diff tool.

The list of liked features getting long, we possibly could end up on New Year's Eve describing it all here, however, intentionally I won't mention easy debugging process where I think most of the developers supposed to spend as less as possible time at, presumably by more unit testing code - for which I usually have screen split where left part of the screen is for unit tests, while right part of the screen is for production code.

Due to the work nature I do, sometimes I have to have opened several different projects at a time, which IDE tend to handle that very well, so I can have them opened on multiple monitors.

As a slight downside, maybe I just didn’t quite figure it yet is, when the indexing of the project files kicks in, couldn’t quite predict whether opening a project would require that or not. Sometimes I get an impression that it starts for no reason, granted, it serves a good purpose in general - to provide smart completion. But as I said, it is only a slight downside, and not sure whether it happens after the latest upgrade, and even if that happens, that usually doesn’t take so long so I’d manage get bored.

If I’d need to name one of the most pleasant IDE’s to work with, IntelliJ IDEA would be my current choice.

Try it for youself!

3 months ago
We just deployed a fresh new release of the forum software. Here is a list of some of the cool stuff it contains:

  • Liutauras - Fixed typo in forum watch options
  • Devaka - improve the performance of distributed bragg reflector
  • Jeanne - refill the main wetwell suppression pools
  • Fix scavenger hunt for permies so counts review posts
  • Devaka - Fix bug with the expiration of add to forum thread boost
  • Andrew - Lint cleanup / minor refactorings
  • Devaka - more quantum detectors installed to capture remote brainstem activities
  • Devaka - Fix bug where the view count of threads with custom URLs was not updating properly.
  • Devaka - Properly show a not found message for threads that are not found
  • Devaka - enhance plasma synthesis to make the production of artificial atoms more efficient
  • Devaka - Fix bug where it was occasionally giving errors when there are multiple active sessions of a single user
  • Devaka - safety cover installed over self destruct button
  • Devaka - Show clicks and unique clicks in tracker stats
  • Devaka - connect more solar cells to the undervolt main B bus
  • Devaka - Improve the title of similar threads page
  • Jeanne - primary weapon made 4% more efficient
  • Devaka - When sending a PM show the recipient name
  • Devaka - Pie-only feature to turn off receiving purple mooseages
  • Devaka - thread boost tracking
  • Devaka - donuts cleared out of torpedo tube 3 so we don't get ants
  • Devaka - connect the lightning rod to the top of the clock tower
  • Devaka - Fix bugs with premium tracker graphs
  • Devaka - Purchase trackers use secured codes instead of numbers
  • Devaka - When a purchase is made through a tracker, send an email to the creator of the tracker
  • Devaka - Feature to offer discounts through tracker links
  • Devaka - Support paypal payments without requiring the user to log into paypal
  • Devaka - Fix bug where composing a new purple mooseage was causing errors (hot-patched)
  • Devaka - Feature to monitor conversion rates on premium threads
  • Devaka - Fix bug with attachments
  • Devaka - removed the dead tribbles from shuttle pod 7
  • Devaka - dilithium crystal calibration
  • Devaka - Image pixel to specify trackers
  • Devaka - Fix bugs with tracker graphs
  • Devaka - Include tracker description in the email about purchase with trackers
  • Devaka - Minor improvements to the attachment download process
  • Devaka - Fix occasional errors on forum/category pages
  • Devaka - Fix minor bugs with attachment editing process
  • Devaka - found the droids we were looking for
  • Devaka - add one photon cannon to the runabout
  • Devaka - improve the water cooling system
  • Liutauras - increase the magnetic field intensity of the primary cyclotron
  • Liutauras - alligator pit expansion
  • Liutauras - refilled the main beta particle emitter with copper-64 isotope
  • Jeanne - fix deadlock on sponsored link dao
  • Liutauras - cleaned that weird goo out of transporter room 2
  • Devaka - strengthen the intensity of main ultrasonic transducers
  • Devaka - shark tank trap door mechanism adjustment
  • Devaka - Fix bug where unwatching a user from email didn't work
  • Devaka - re-calibration of the carbonite freezer
  • Devaka - undocked the command module from the secret mission module
  • Devaka - Prevent exceptions on attachment downloads
  • Devaka - temporary jump jets added to escape pod 7
  • Devaka - Fix empty RSS exceptions
  • Devaka - shark tank expansion
  • Devaka - rewire cabin 12 to facilitate a hologram projector
  • Devaka - robot goat army finally has actual targeting so THAT won't happen again
3 months ago
We just deployed a new version of of the forum software. Here is a list of new features it contains:

  • Devaka - electricity made 178% efficient by replacing fluorescent bulbs with incandescent bulbs in cabin 12
  • Devaka - Fix bug where the full screen mode of threads prevented the view count being updated
  • Devaka - Fix bug where best this month was broken
  • Devaka - Show attachments on full screen mode of a thread
  • Devaka - shielded the primary shuttle from the messier 83 gamma ray burst
  • Devaka - Fix bug where category pagination showed more pages than what they actually had
  • Devaka - Feature to define shippable and non-shippable premium content
  • Devaka - Improve user profile URLs
  • Devaka - connect more solar cells to the undervolt main B bus
  • Devaka - fine-tune the lorentz force in the main z-pinch system
  • Devaka - increase the magnetic field intensity of the primary cyclotron
  • Devaka - completed another round of 3C273 quasar flyby
  • Devaka - shark tank expansion
  • Devaka - primary weapon made 4% more efficient
  • Devaka - replace electrodes of the gridded ion thruster
  • Devaka - corrected a 5.39x10⁻⁴⁴ seconds offset found in the main atomic clock
  • Devaka - main engine reconnected to another electron pump
  • Devaka - added to level 5 diagnostic for long range sensors
  • Devaka - alligator pit trap door mechanism adjustment
  • Devaka - Fix bug where downloading an attachment while not logged in failed in certain cases
  • Devaka - removed the dead tribbles from shuttle pod 7
  • Devaka - fix the broken vacuum beam lines in the primary electrostatic nuclear accelerator
  • Devaka - Feature to see a graph of tracker conversions
  • Devaka - clean out the kraken cave
  • Devaka - boost the main engine thrust by a magnitude of 3.14
  • Devaka - robot goat army finally has actual targeting so THAT won't happen again
  • Devaka - lava routed to a lower level, opening up three more bunk rooms for henchmen
  • Devaka - found the droids we were looking for
  • Devaka - cleaned that weird goo out of transporter room 2
  • Devaka - Improve the generic error message
  • Devaka - Exclude shipping cost from affiliate cut of premium threads
  • Devaka - When a logged in user without pie tries to access a pie-only forum, show a message with links to buy pie
  • Devaka - When a non-logged in user tries to access a pie-only forum, show a message on the log in page
  • Devaka - safety cover installed over self destruct button
  • Devaka - bring the flux capacitor online
5 months ago
Hot dog! We just deployed a new release of the forum software!

Here's what it contains:

  • Devaka - fix the broken vacuum beam lines in the primary electrostatic nuclear accelerator
  • Devaka - Improve the top forums list at the right
  • Devaka - refilled the main beta particle emitter with copper-64 isotope
  • Devaka - clean out the kraken cave
  • Devaka - fine-tune the lorentz force in the main z-pinch system
  • Devaka - more quantum detectors installed to capture remote brainstem activities
  • Devaka - completed another round of 3C273 quasar flyby
  • Devaka - Feature to add a custom tag/label to a premium thread affiliate tracker
  • Devaka - Improve premium thread trackers to internally track sales
  • Devaka - added to level 5 diagnostic for long range sensors
  • Devaka - undocked the command module from the secret mission module
  • Devaka - shielded the primary shuttle from the messier 83 gamma ray burst
  • Devaka - alligator pit expansion
  • Devaka - alligator pit trap door mechanism adjustment
  • Devaka - Improve the UI of purchase buttons on premium threads
5 months ago
We just deployed a new release of the forum software. Here's what it contains:

  • Devaka - clean out the kraken cave
  • Devaka - Tracker function for premium threads
  • Devaka - corrected a 5.39x10⁻⁴⁴ seconds offset found in the main atomic clock
  • Devaka - undocked the command module from the secret mission module
  • Devaka - Improve the mobile link at the footer
  • Devaka - fine-tune the lorentz force in the main z-pinch system
  • Devaka - re-calibration of the carbonite freezer
  • Devaka - Include previews in the new banner tracker page
  • Devaka - Display priority information of existing email ads on thread boost.
  • Devaka - Direct payment links
  • Devaka - cleaned that weird goo out of transporter room 2
  • Devaka - Fix mobile link on user edit page
6 months ago
Try speeding up. Maybe a bit near the speed of light and you should get all the time you want.... at least relative to us.
Try and let us know if that works.
We just deployed a new release of the forum software. Here's what it contains:

  • Liutauras - alligator pit trap door mechanism adjustment
  • Liutauras - temporary jump jets added to escape pod 7
  • Liutauras - bring the flux capacitor online
  • Liutauras - electricity made 178% efficient by replacing fluorescent bulbs with incandescent bulbs in cabin 12
  • Liutauras - re-calibration of the carbonite freezer
  • Devaka - donuts cleared out of torpedo tube 3 so we don't get ants
  • Devaka - add one photon cannon to the runabout
  • Devaka - Fix various bugs with special thread URLs and full-screen URLs
  • Devaka - shark tank expansion
  • Devaka - boost the main engine thrust by a magnitude of 3.14
  • Devaka - more quantum detectors installed to capture remote brainstem activities
  • Devaka - connect the lightning rod to the top of the clock tower
  • Tim M - omit second dialog when composting topics in the mobile view
  • Devaka - corrected a 5.39x10⁻⁴⁴ seconds offset found in the main atomic clock
  • Devaka - thinking cap rebuilt to use batteries instead of gasoline
  • Devaka - strengthen the intensity of main ultrasonic transducers
  • Devaka - alligator pit expansion
  • Devaka - removed the dead tribbles from shuttle pod 7
  • Devaka - cleaned that weird goo out of transporter room 2
  • Devaka - fine-tune the lorentz force in the main z-pinch system
  • Devaka - dilithium crystal calibration
  • Devaka - robot goat army finally has actual targeting so THAT won't happen again
  • Devaka - main engine reconnected to another electron pump
  • Devaka - safety cover installed over self destruct button
  • Devaka - Fix bugs on when converting a premium thread to non-premium
  • Devaka - added to level 5 diagnostic for long range sensors
  • Devaka - refill the main wetwell suppression pools
  • Devaka - Rename the link on full screen threads that takes you to the full thread
  • Devaka - Fix bug where "best" columns were not updating
  • Devaka - Fix bug where some parts of the "best" columns were cropped or hidden on low resolution screens
  • Devaka - Fix bug where autolinks were messing up with image attributes
6 months ago
Thanks for letting us know about this guys!
This is fixed now.
6 months ago