Lost your Apple Magic Trackpad rubber feet / mouse button?
It happened to me that the rubber feet of the Magic Trackpad suddenly was lost. Problem is that you aren’t able to buy them at the Apple store. My solution was simple. Get a pencil’s eraser. And cut a small slice off.
And glue tape it under the trackpad in order to see if the height of the feet is good. If it is good glue it with a small point at the trackpad. Make sure that you don’t glue too much, else the trackpad isn’t able to click. Doing this is at your own risk of course.
Using a 2-way verification in Google and does Google calendar not sync with iCalendar? This could be the solution. Create an application specific password: https://support.google.com/accounts/answer/185833?hl=en
For jQuery hash support I like the jQuery Address plugin: http://www.asual.com/jquery/address/ . Especially, if you want to make a form or product filter, you can use this variant: http://www.asual.com/jquery/address/samples/form/ .
Though, it doesn’t support checkboxes in the form of arrays like check=1&check=2 , etc. I updated the plugin with some other libraries and code and now it works.
You can download it here.