There’s every reason to believe that the success of the series, plus the critical buzz surrounding the third installment, will encourage others to imitate Paul Greengrass’s run-and-gun style.In an earlier blog, I tried to show that despite Greengrass’s claims and those of critics: (1) The style isn’t original or unique.According to boxofficemojo.com, worldwide theatrical grosses for the trilogy are at 1 million and counting.
I can’t think why you’d want to do that, but there you go.
I’ve got an event handler on a Share Point list that’s fairly long running, and this then raised a question in the office – do these settings control event firing for the currently running event handler, or for the entire list? A quick check on twitter suggested the same – that it was the thread (thanks @Chris O_Brien).
The setting (Disable Event Firing in 2007 and Event Firing Enabled in 2010) must be for the current event handler; if it was the entire list there’d be all sorts of timing issues and weirdness, and a thousand developers would already have screamed in agony.
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