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Sunday, December 06, 2009


i-MetrOThe "auto-suggest" feature on i-MetrO (as well as on our Netvibes widget) has just got better and more friendly to our users who don't have easy access to accents on their keyboard.

When you start typing text, the suggested stops are now insensitive to whitespace, control and accented characters. It means that, for example, you can type "aero" to find "Aéroport" and "stla", "st-la" or "st la" to find "St Lazare".

Thanks to I. Mills for pointing out the issue!

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