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Nathan Herrmann
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Any updates on this project? I am attempting a restoration of a similar gun(not nearly as rough though), and would love to see more on this from someone with more experience. 
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If you haven't tried pocketcloud for android or ios, you should check it out. I use it on my xoom more than just about any other app. It lets me remote desktop and I don't have to be on the same network. They are also working on a web based version so you can access any of your computers from anywhere you have web access. Here is a link to request to be in the beta. http://pocketcloudweb.kickofflabs.com/?s=4WS1
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When I first started doing this, I based what I was doing off of Dreamweaver's built in mmShowHideLayers function.  This function uses the "visibility: hidden;" style property.  I've noticed that it looks like this property seems to 'reserve' the space where the element should go, where the "display: none;" property doesn't.  Are there any other major differences between these two, and is there a reason that you choose one over the other?
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You're exactly right in that "visibility: hidden" hides the element, but still reserves the space on the page while "display: none" renders the page as if the element never existed.  That is really the main difference.

I find that, unless for very specific occasions, "display:none" to be preferable.  Take the example in this blog post in which the "suborders" don't show unless the main order is selected.  If you were to use "display:hidden", the table rows would still take up space and while you might remove some "clutter," you wouldn't save any space on your page.

Also (and this is a minor thing most of the time), since "visibility: hidden" reserves the space for the element(s), it has to essentially render the element to determine how much space to reserve.  In doing so, the page takes a minor performance hit vs. "display: none"
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sweet... i can't wait.
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    Computer Programming, 2008
  • Limestone College
    Computer Programming, present
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