I’m a fan of the new Xcode 4. However, sometimes the editor seems to “forget” my project’s symbols–preventing auto-completion and symbol lookup (including the quick-open feature, which I use a lot). Here’s a useful solution if you find yourself in this situation. Select your project in the Xcode Organizer and delete its “derived data.” It’s annoying but does the trick.
When I installed the Deko Boko plugin to provide a contact form in WordPress, I discovered an annoying bug. The text input field for reCAPTCHA was off-center and overlapped some of the reCAPTCHA controls. I did a quick search and found a useful post which offered a solution which seems to work for me.
You need to change the CSS for the recaptcha_response_field element in order to reposition the text input field. The author of the post offered a few good solutions, but what I chose to do was insert the following html in my contact page, right before the dekoboko shortcode tag:
One could also edit the dekoboko.css file directly and change this element’s CSS. I prefer to edit my contact page instead of editing the Deko Boko files to make upgrading the plugin hassle-free.