Laravel counts the total amount of rows that a paginator must use by re-issuing your query with a COUNT(*) statement instead. This is and should be the "default" way to do things, but in MySQL there's a more performance-efficient way via SQL_CALC_FOUND_ROWS and FOUND_ROWS().
I've created a small patch that hacks Laravel to use these functions which may increase performance for you depending on your use. They work with my version which is currently 4.0-dev (2aea469f0c49ede7994cc27f68fcdd658d4d15e2) from the 1st of September 2013. It will most likely break at some point in the future. Perhaps Taylor will add a way to implement this in a more clean way. Perhaps not.
Since Lion (10.7) it hasn't been possible to use your external display as the primary and have the internal laptop display shut off. This "feature" was removed in favor of the so-called "Clamshell mode" where Apple decided that the only way to turn off the internal screen should be to close the lid.
Notice: As of OS X update 10.8.3 (released 15th of March), this app no longer works. Any prior versions should work just fine.
Why would you need to open the lid, if it's off?
There are several reasons. Some of them are:
1) Performance. The GPU is burdened by 2 active screens when lid is open. Even if you are only using 1 of them.
2) Wi-fi signal. Worse when lid is closed.
3) Heat. Will overheat more (and fan will come on) and worsen the life of your computer when the lid is closed. Opening it greatly increases airflow.
4) Digitizer sensitivity. Digitizers cursor will span horizontally over 2 screens, but vertically over 1. It will become more sensitive to minute movements and cause you to drag stuff when you meant to just click. (Personal issue)
How to fix it
Instructions are simple: Close the lid. Launch the program. Open the lid. Press escape.
Recently I switched to carrier to Oister to get cheaper prices, but still get to use 3's network.
However, with cheaper prices often less functionality follows. In my case I've got a limit of 5 GB data usage per month which should be fine. But actually knowing how much data I use is still better but Oister doesn't provide the total usage amount, just how much you've used on each connection.
So I wrote a small Chrome Extension to counter this. Go to "Forbrug" and expand the "XXX gange Data" row. It will then show a green bar for each usage compared to your total use, and in the top it will display your total use, in megabytes.
This article is only in danish and contain information that is specific to digital signatures in Denmark.
Nogen gange kan det være svært at få resten af verden til at forstå, at Internet Explorer ikke er den eneste browser. TDC var en af de tungnemme, da de blev sat på opgaven. Mac brugere oplever ofte at få beskeden "Vi understøtter ikke Mac med digital signatur". Det er dog ikke helt sandheden, da de fleste offentlige institutter rent faktisk godtager det, hvis man installerer den korrekt. Som regel virker det, hvis den installeres i Firefox, men det er dog ikke altid. Installering i ens Keychain er desværre ikke nok til, at det fungerer i Safari.
For the first time in over 5 years a major release will be made to jEdit! Alan Ezust has now committed a change that makes the next release version 4.3.0. With a new visual look, better platform support, many more features and much improved performance I can safely say that it's a great release and much welcomed!