• About Paul Kiddie

    .NET developer at thetrainline.com, previously web developer at MRM Meteorite. Awarded a PhD in misbehaviour detection in wireless ad-hoc networks. A keen C# ASP.net developer bridging the gap with APIs and JavaScript frameworks, one web app at a time.


    Fixing line spacing in Outlook 2007 email signatures with a bit of help from Visual Studio 2008

    by  • September 16, 2009 • gmail, html, outlook • 1 Comment

    Today I’ve been trying to generate an e-mail signature in Outlook 2007 which renders well in Google Mail also, with some success. The signature consists of a two column table, with an embedded image on the left, and all the details running down the right. As the client is using Outlook 2007 and wants to […]

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    Using the Google Ajax loader with WordPress and Hybrid theme

    by  • August 16, 2009 • google ajax loader, google maps, hybrid theme, javascript • 0 Comments

    Google Maps is fully integrated with the Google Ajax loader, which provides a convenient way to access a number of the Google APIs. The Google Ajax loader is extremely lightweight, and the relevent APIs can be called as and when necessary. An aim of mine recently was to use the Google Ajax loader and use […]

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    Jabref exports to Word 2007 XML

    by  • July 31, 2009 • bibtex, java, Word 2007 • 25 Comments

    For those of you who don’t know, Jabrefis an open-source, Java based reference manager that allows you to import citations from a number of sources, in a number of formats, and works natively in Bibtex format, the bibliography format of LaTeX. I’ve been using it extensively in my PhD but only recently have I noticed […]

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    Changing Subversion working copy version using Windows and Python 3

    by  • July 30, 2009 • java, subclipse, subversion, windows • 4 Comments

    Made a bit of a boo-boo today… I used the Subclipse plugin regularly within Eclipse to manage my code checkins on my SVN repositories, but I’ve also got TortoiseSVN installed and checked in some modifications to this code using TortoiseSVN, which consequentially upgraded by working copy from Subversion 1.4 to 1.6. When I attempted to […]

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