Month of September 2004 - Page Number 15

Showing 141 - 150 of 364 from September 2004
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  1. 141.
    A method to force chat initiators to introduce themselves to a chat recipient, if the chat participants are unknown to each other.
    IPCOM000031404D | Original Publication Date: 2004-Sep-23
  2. 142.
    IPCOM000031403D | 2004-Sep-23
  3. 143.
    IPCOM000031382D | Original Publication Date: 2004-Sep-23
  4. 144.
    System to translate stand alone Graphical User Interface (GUI) program code to Web User Interface (WUI) program code
    IPCOM000031381D | Original Publication Date: 2004-Sep-23
  5. 145.
    A method for estimating the space that would be recovered from a database using B+ tree based tables.
    IPCOM000031380D | Original Publication Date: 2004-Sep-23
  6. 146.
    When sending e-mail correspondence containing file attachments, it is necessary that all individuals addressed by the correspondence receive those attachments. This is so even when recipient groups or individuals need not receive those attachments, only the text message indicating that it was sent, when, by and to...
    IPCOM000031379D | Original Publication Date: 2004-Sep-22
  7. 147.
    The essence of this invention is to fully accommodate multiple chat threads within a single chat session and window. There are a few ways to do this. One is to provide users multiple text input areas leading to a single output, which allows users to type ahead on a new thread of discussion while waiting for a reply...
    IPCOM000031378D | Original Publication Date: 2004-Sep-22
  8. 148.
    This article describes a way of visually weighting modal elements (such as pop-ups, dialogues, etc.) in order to emphasize the user is in a modal state, while reducing visual clutter and simplifing the user interface.
    IPCOM000031377D | Original Publication Date: 2004-Sep-22
  9. 149.
    An automated graphical software program whose administration results in detailed diagrammed instructions necessary to complete any complex activity involving subtasks
    IPCOM000031376D | Original Publication Date: 2004-Sep-22
  10. 150.
    Plastic, such as PET (polyethylene terephthalate), sensors, with screened conductors offer an opportunity to lower the cost of manufacture for touch sensitive devices. Connecting multiple analog signals to an external PCB (printed circuit board) is both more costly and less reliable than connecting fewer digital...
    IPCOM000031375D | 2004-Sep-22