While building my new admin/CMS with Laravel 4 and Gebo Admin (really cool twitter bootstrap responsive admin template) I encountered weird problem while using bootstrap tabs – after I added “enhanced select” (Country dropdown) suddenly a horizontal scroll bar appeared!
I am not sure if this is 100% best solution (I am not that keen on digging into all this .js stuff) but the easiest way to fix this is to open
Bootstrap.min.css, search for
.tab-content and then replace
Reload your page and the horizontal scrollbar is gone.
Gmail’s inbox Tabs are a very cool new Gmail feature that brings order to your inbox.
To enable it, click the gears button and try to find “Configure inbox”.
Click on “Configure inbox”, select the tabs that you wish to enable,click Save and you can now use the new feature. In case you do not see “Configure inbox”, check back later.
Note: This post was written while Laravel 4 was still in beta.
When you add a new class (controller) in Laravel 4 you will most probably get
ReflectionException: Class SomeClass does not exist
SomeClass is of course the name of your new class.
Why does this happen? The file/controller is there, the class is there – it works in Laravel 3 so why doesn’t it work in Laravel 4?
The reason for this is that because of the performance reasons Laravel 4 (beta) has a static list of all classes that need to be autoloaded. Since you added your new controller Laravel doesn’t know about it yet. Hopefully this will be automated in the future but right now what you need to do is open your command prompt and type this (on Windows):
If you get
'composer' is not recognized as an internal or external command error or
Could not open input file: composer then use this version (also go to your project directory where composer.phar is located):
>php composer.phar dump-autoload
Composer will (re)generate autoload files and your new controller will work.
How to move an icon (in my case I wanted to move battery icon) from that “hidden” system tray space so it will always be visible in system tray?
Simple, just click on the up arrow to display that “hidden” system tray area, grab the icon (hold the left mouse button) you would like to move and just move it to the always-visible system tray area.
Pic: System tray on windows 7