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Patrick Crausaz
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Even if jQuery is 10 times slower, in a normal website it runs pretty fast and I could not tell if there is any delay. Serious question: When do you care about to chose a much faster framework. In which scenario does it make a difference? Would you also not recommend jQuery for a normal small website for the reason that it is slow?
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Adding a feature is like writing a new character into the story. 
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+Patrick Bonsi​ the python wanted to hunt some chickens of my neighbour in Thailand. He just took her in a bag. After a while he released her again, so I took that picture.
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Since Wordpress released the new version 4.0 with some major updated on their editor, I am asking myself again; Why do we still use the TYPO3 RTE? or Why is there no improvement on the RTE extension?
 I don't want to say anything against the use of the RTE, but I always felt kind of uncomfortable with the RTE. I know there are projects of other editor extensions, but I didn't ever give them a try, because the RTE is still supported by the Core. Does anybody here use some other editors in TYPO3? Does anybody know if there were plans to make the RTE more userfriendly? 
I just think, it is so common to include a YouTube/Vimeo Video or a Tweet, a Facebook like button, a HTML button. All those can be configured, but that are things that still needs custom configurations in TYPO3 and not really working nice with the RTE. 
I hope there will be a movement to improve features in the upcoming releases or at least to come up with some discussions about it.
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Here is the correct link to the new tinymce editor. Thanks Robert for mentioning it. :-) http://typo3.org/extensions/repository/view/tinymce4_rte
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  • Agentur Frontal AG
    WebDev, 2013 - present
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Modern, huge, good food.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Rooms are old, big, clean. Booked with agoda. The room pictures on agoda looks much better and more modern than it actually is. Stuff is nice but the checkin was so slow. Near to central plaza shopping and Fortune Tower Mall. A lot of chinese guests. Chinese embassy is not far.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Took a taxi from George Town to that temple. Driving 15 minutes one way. It's a small temple with maybe 20 small snakes and 5-6 big ones. I'm not an expert about snakes, so I cannot tell you anything about that. The biggest was an Anaconda. The most impressive was a King Cobra and another big one was a Yellow Boa. There was also a brown boa. no idea of their name... (and you can see 2 monkeys) As you cannot do too much in George Town anyway, you can spend 2-3 hours to have a visit there.
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Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
We stood for 3 days. I'll not come back to this hotel. I was told I have to pay 260S$ for one night and I have to leave a deposit that I'll get back when I check out. But what I wasn't told is that the hotel will charche for making up the room. So I had to pay plus 17% for making the room. The service is OK when you come to ask for something. But to being served and to ask for the service isn't the same. Especially not in a 4-star hotel. Im not the person that cares about good or bad service, so I didn't had the problem about that. But care a lot when somebody don't tell me what I have to pay. I was never before in a hotel, where I had to pay separate for making the room. Making up the room is the service you pay in the 260S$ I thought. When they want to charche that separate, they actually had to ask first, if I want to have that service. Room was anyway clean and the place is good. you are close to the Downtown and Chinatown as well as to the Singapore Flyer. In front of the Hotel is a Shoppingcenter and the Marina Square Shopping Center is 2 minutes by taxi. Had a good look on the downtown from my room. As I read there are to parts of the hotel. An old and a new one. I stood in the old part, where some things has to be renewed. Its OK to me, but looks a bit old. Finally I would be happy with the hotel, when the "Making up room"-charche was included. But its not correct to charche a service that I've never been told or asked for. Its not really serious to do so.
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Quality: GoodFacilities: GoodService: Poor - Fair
Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago
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Nice rooms, quiet, nice stuff. Still cheap (when booking by agoda)
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
The hotel is good, but I dont like it because I finde the price is to high for Bali. And to much tourists in this part of Bali. But usual Bali visitors should like it. I prefer the calm north.
Quality: Very GoodFacilities: Very GoodService: Good
Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago
Nice Place. Not all to big. For Pa Tong Beach Hotel is that a very cheap one. Default room for 1200 baht. I had a bigger room (plus small couch and a little big bigger) for 1400baht. You can rent a motobike for 200baht (other stores sell for 500-600 baht and only 2h). nice personal. very helpful and good english speakers. this isn't a 4-5 star hotel. but the service is therefore very good. i'd like to come again when i'm in phuket. a taxi to the shopping/market street is 200baht. maybe you can have it for 100, but it was ok for us...
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Quality: Very GoodFacilities: Very GoodService: Excellent
Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago