Damn, that's a tough registration page

Discussion in 'New Member Introductions' started by paulkienitz, Feb 21, 2012.

  1. paulkienitz

    paulkienitz New Member

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    It took me about ten tries to get past the combination of your challenge question (which wouldn't accept an answer written in the same format that was used when asking) and the illegible captcha. I think we're only a few years away from captcha being a dead technology, when anything that can't be read by spamming software also can't be read by a human.

    Still, you did better than forums.asp.net, which I used to use at my previous employment, but which now requires me to create an MSN membership, with mandatory information required for stuff like birthdate, gender, and so on... and then, once I finally submitted to those requirements, errored out when trying to complete the registration.
     
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  2. DN Admin

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    The smarter the spambots get the harder the reg procedure is. It's a sad fact. I do have a new system ready to put in place that will do away with the captcha. The challenge questions will remain however.


    Also welcome to the community.
     
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  3. lyer

    lyer New Member

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    yes this is indeed a tough registration
     
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  4. lyer

    lyer New Member

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    I have one question though.
    I am in need of a grid that has a very high performance for my .Net winform application. I already have a solution but it is just too slow and the API doesn’t meet my requirements. Any kind of help will be welcomed.
     
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  5. losse

    losse New Member

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    i thought so too.
     
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  6. losse

    losse New Member

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    sure lyer, I have tried other solutions out there until I came across Dapfor’s .Net Grid. It was superbly fast and does not consume your memory space. The user interface is also quite simple. It would not be difficult for you to use. Many other solutions exist out there but I singled Dapfor’s out because it suits my needs. Hope that helps.
     
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  7. Marsel

    Marsel New Member

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    yeah... its true..
     
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