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This website contains my professional references, contact info and blog posts about my software projects, including but not limited to HTML/CSS, web development, CMS systems, OpenStreetMap, Commodore 64, IDE64 (ex: Xaraya CMS, OpenMoko). For more extensive information on certain topics, please see the list of my websites on the sidebar.

OpenStreetMap.hu V2.0

Posted by: Ferenc Veres on July 24, 2012 06:43:53 AM +00:00

I've updated the openstreetmap.hu website with some new features and new page layout. New features inlcude:

  • Autocomplete for Hungarian city names and streets
  • Remember last viewed position
  • Nice GUI using jQuery UI framework
  • Directly controll JOSM from "Edit in JOSM" menu
  • Improve "Send to" by e-mail field and URL copy field and better "Add marker"

OpenStreetMap.hu is up'n'running

Posted by: Ferenc Veres on October 30, 2011 08:58:12 PM +00:00

The www.openstreetmap.hu domain was occupied by an empty HTML file for years. Recently I discovered it is free, so registered it immediately. Let's see if someone will complain.

Update: The old owner of the domain is happy with the new site. :-)

With help of an OSM-JS professional, we got the new site up & running in a few days  - thank you mate!

OSMTippek - A new OpenStreetMap help site

Posted by: Ferenc Veres on August 1, 2011 08:10:50 PM +00:00

Based on the RealProSite CMS, I've created a new Hungarian website where I write tutorials for editing OpenStreetMap the free wiki map of the world.

www.osmtippek.hu (Hungarian text)

C64 XLFiles - Download extra large C64 archives

Posted by: Ferenc Veres on August 15, 2010 06:24:04 PM +00:00
Commodore 64

My new "C64 XLFiles" project hosts big collections of Commodore 64 games, demos and magazines for download. Every archive contains files that are directly usable on a C64, no need for futher file conversion or extraction.

C64.rulez.org is back

Posted by: Ferenc Veres on September 18, 2009 09:04:40 PM +00:00
Commodore 64

The very old web and FTP server of C64 maniacs is back online.

The server was originally started by me and some friends in 1996 on a 386 PC. Hosted at Technical University of Budapest. A long time has passed since, hosting locations changed, servers changed, team changed several times.

Xaraya 2.0.0 beta 1 installation quick guide

Posted by: Ferenc Veres on July 21, 2009 05:31:24 PM +00:00
Web relatedXaraya

A few days ago the first beta version of the new Xaraya 2.0.0 (b1) has been released. Here is a quick screenshot tour of the installer and the installed system in brief.

Openmoko Neo FreeRunner wallpapers

Posted by: Ferenc Veres on May 22, 2009 09:42:40 PM +00:00

I've created some wallpapers when my FreeRunner - a fully open, Linux based phone - arrived. They may be useful until good designers start making wallpapers for Openmoko fans. Widescreen versions included.

Openmoko Om 2008.9 screenshots

Posted by: Ferenc Veres on September 21, 2008 07:47:57 PM +00:00

Openmoko's new operating system for the Neo FreeRunner phone is the Om 2008.9. I've created some Om 2008.9 screenshots. In the file names you can see the name of the program.

Qtopia 4.3.3 on Neo FreeRunner screenshots

Posted by: Ferenc Veres on August 22, 2008 05:42:48 PM +00:00

Openmoko Neo FreeRunner phones in 2008 were pre-installed with OM-2007 original Openmoko distribution. After a short testing, I decided to install Qt's system on it and created some Qtopia 4.3.3 screenshots. Without any further comments.

Table border style collapse test (CSS)

Posted by: Ferenc Veres on April 30, 2008 10:20:12 PM +00:00
Web related

This test features the CSS 2.1 border conflict resultion by collapsing each border style. Borders have the same color and width, thus 'border-style' strength ordering should specify whether the table's or the td's border is visible.

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Exisitng editors for text data DjVu files are quite limited, like for example DjVuSmooth. So I've implemented a new editor in JavaScript, that allows editing both the strucutre of the text (paragraphs, lines, words,...) and the coordinates of the text boxes by simply dragging with the mouse, features like create, delete, merge are also available.

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