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In the first article in this series we looked at the history of HTML5 forms and many of the new attributes available to us. This is article is an excerpt from Chapter 6 of Beginning HTML5 and CSS3: The Web Evolved by Christopher Murphy, Oli Studholme, Richard Clark and Divya Manian, published by Apress. Note: As this article is a book excerpt, browser renderings of attributes and input types may have altered since the screenshots were taken. In rendering terms, the email input type is no different than a standard text input type and allows for one or more e-mail addresses to be entered. An alternative solution is to continue using type="email" with the formnovalidate attribute on the submit button, as follows. Internationalization issues aside, remember how we said there are dual benefits to HTML5’s input types—less development time and better user experience?
Once more, the iPhone recognises type="tel", only this time it goes one step further and completely changes the keyboard to the standard phone keyboard, as shown on the left in Figure 6. With the additional attributes min, max, and step we can change the default step value of this spinbox control as well as set minimum, maximum, and starting values (using the standard HTML value attribute). In this example, min represents the minimum value the field will accept, and max represents the maximum value. In contrast to Opera’s implementation, the iPhone (Figure 8) and some Android devices (such as HTC Desire, shown on the right in Figure 6-13) simply render the field as a standard text box but optimize the keyboard for easy input. To make the iPhone render with the standard telephone keypad as we saw for type="text" Chris Coyier, of CSS Tricks devised a little hoax you can use. Chris’ technique may soon become absolete though with the introduction of the inputmode attribute. Note: For browsers that don’t support type="range", Remy Sharp has created a JavaScript polyfill to plug the gaps.
The following code shows how we might mark up our skill level on a scale of 1 to 100 by setting the min and max attributes (see Figure 9). If you’ve ever booked tickets online, you will have come across date pickers to help you quickly and easily choose the date you require. You can go a step further by using the min and max attributes to ensure the user can only choose from a specified date range. As with many of the other form implementations, Opera leads the way (support in other browsers is varied). Next up, Figure 12 shows type="month", which might, for example, be used for a credit card expiry date. You can see in Figure 14 that type="time" renders a spinbox similar to that used earlier for selecting the precise time. We can combine the date and time by using type="datetime" for specifying a precise time on a given day, as shown in Figure 15. Finally, Figure 16 shows that we can achieve slightly more granular control by selecting a precise time on a given day with a local time zone variation using type="datetime-local". As with the other new input types, if a browser doesn’t recognize them, it will simply default back to type="text" and let the user continue to use your JavaScript date picker. The color input type is pretty self-explanatory: it allows the user to select a color and returns the hex value for that color. In contrast, certain Blackberry devices have implemented the color input type that renders a color picker, as shown in Figure 18. You can find a dummy form, using some of the examples we’ve shown in this article at our HTML5 forms demo page.
We’ve hinted throughout the article at which browsers have support for HTML5 forms input types and attributes. If you missed the first article in this series on HTML5 forms, why not read a brief History of HTML5 forms and learn all about the new attributes introduced. Indeed, multiple languages, as Bertilo states, leaves us with a number of issues with no clear solution.
Can anyone comment on whether the ‘required’ attribute is behaving any better in Safari 7? It seems that the step attribute is ignored when using input datetime-local in safari on mobile devices. This site is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Non-Commercial 2.0 share alike license. The following article is published with the kind permission of member, Graeme "broadarrow303" Barber. Note: After you click on images to ENLARGE them, you may find they automatically size smaller in your browser's window making them harder to view. This two part article describes how two No4 MkI Rifles manufactured at Birmingham Small Arms factory in 1944 were selected then converted into sniper rifles.
L42 A1 Rifle #K34325 with LIA1 telescope scope #25229 sitting on the lid of its numbered C43 stenciled chest. The No4 (T) continued providing reliable, and deadly service until the early 1970?s even though .303inch ammunition had been declared obsolete in 1960. It seems logical if several thousand No4 service rifles were being converted to 7.62 by RSAF Enfield then this option would also extend to sniper rifles. Captain Cartwright who had been a major player in the intensive war time tests of the No4 (T) was also heavily involved in this new round of accuracy testing and, by all accounts he was a proficient operator. So, the fate of converting No4 rifles to L8 or L8 (T) was sealed with remaining stocks of magazines and extractors being placed in stores.
The next stage in the evolution of British sniper rifles (believe it or not) was strongly influenced by civilian target shooters and the National Rifle Association who fitted to the tried and tested No4 action heavy commercial 7.62mm barrel shortened the fore-end and hand-guards as the muzzle no longer needed to be supported. Following extensive testing in competition against a range of rifle and scope combinations the XL42E1 was found to be accurate and reliable which speaks volumes for an action designed almost 30 years earlier. The Latin saying, Caveat Emptor, continues to have validity when looking at converted sniper rifles.
BSA Shirley stamped their ?M47C? code, the year of manufacture, 1944, and the rifles serial number K34325 on the butt socket. Left hand side of L42 A1 action showing original markings on wrist, No32 Mk3 scope and OS numbers struck out, M for metric calibration stamp on sight drum and back side and rifle number on mount. On arrival at Holland and Holland rifle #K34325 was converted in to a No4 Mk1 (T) as described in Part 1 (click here) of this article.
The call came in 1970 from the British Army?s Operational Requirements Branch to convert at Enfield 840 of the No4 (T) into L42 A1 sniper rifles.
Markings still visible on #K34325 following bead blasting are the T stamped on the left side of the action above the soon to be defunct ejector screw hole to signify that a No32 telescope had been fitted and that the combination had met all inspections. LIA1 scope markings (engraved upside down to show replaced the No 32 markings) and matched mounts. The clicks between each range and correction per click are detailed in the following table.
The back sight was removed from rifle to #K34325 to have the datum line machined off the slide then replaced with a new line .070 of an inch lower and a M stamped on its side which shows the ranges can be read as meters instead of yards.
The action body of #K34325 has been modified with semi-circular recesses machined in the left, right, front and rear of the magazine well in order to accommodate a 7.62mm magazine which just happened to be the CR 12 ?65 stamped Enfield magazine manufactured for the failed L8 rifles and placed in stores. The body of this rifles magazine is CR14 stamped and fitted with a CR 12 stamped follower indicating that the body was likely produced for the L39 rifle. Lathe ?steady? step found on Chordal barrels visible just in front of the fore-end and hand-guard.
Rifle #K34325?s barrel is fitted with the same foresight block and sight protector as used on the No4 T?.
Indications are that barrels for the L42, L39 and Envoy were at first produced on an as needed basis with a final production number estimated to be 10000. So is the 6 74 stamp on the barrel flat a manufacture date or does it stand for something else? All writers refer to L42 A1 barrels as being 5 grooved but it now seems that at least some if not all of the Chordal barrels were 6 grooved.
Also manufactured for the L8 and saved is the Enfield ?65 dated extractor claw fitted to a No4 bolt head that was proofed to 19 Tons the Highest Mean Service Pressure measured by the now obsolete British Base Copper Crusher method. In order to allow the barrel to fully float the channel was relieved using a 1inch bull-nosed cutter. They also produced a hand-guard with grooves behind the barrel band and some L42 A1?s have been observed with converted No 8 hand-guards retaining full-length grooves. Questions have been raised over the years as to why the L42 A1 does not have a No8 fore -end.
Records show that #K34325 as a new L42 A1 was delivered with a complete CES to Donnington to begin its second service life on 4 October 1974.
Daniel Cotterill claims that an accurate total production figure for the L42 A1 has been an elusive target for a long time.
Testament to the wonderful conversion work done by the staff at Holland and Holland, the compatibility of the heavy 7.62 barrel to the tried and tested No4 action and telescope combination and the conversion work done by armourers at Enfield the L42 A1 out performed all comers within the sniper rifle fraternity shooting them in to what Peter Laidler refers to as a ?cocked hat?.
In Peter Laidler?s words ?reliability, simplicity and accuracy? were the 3 attributes of the L42 A1. Once again and unfortunately I have no knowledge where Rifle #K34325 served as a L42 A1 sniper.
With the introduction of the L96 A1 sniper rifle into British service the L42 A1 was declared obsolete in April 1992.

Surplus L42 A1 rifles and scopes were sold from the Disposals Unit at Donnington on the condition that they all had to be exported from the UK as per the UN imposed International Sale of Arms Controls. As some yellow paint has drizzled during painting on to the scope case as well this would indicate that both the chest and case were imported from the UK. This chest and scope case have however been stencil renumbered for rifle #K34325 and scope #25229 exactly as per the original style. Other items from the CES with it are the leather scope covers, leather telescope case strap, chamber cleaning stick, mount for the IWS infra-red scope, leather loop sling and a complete cleaning kit (containing a pull through, oil bottle, small arms cleaning brush). Rifle # K34325 and scope #25229 in chest with scope tin, chamber cleaner, IWS mount, leather loop sling and cleaning kit. Purchased since the photo was taken are a Scout Regiment spotting scope with leather cover and a 1975 Infantry Training Volume 1 Pamphlet No.4 - sniping. Ironically, my first contact with a L42 A1 was during a visit to the proud owners gunroom soon after he imported it. I also acknowledge the tolerance of my wife Diane who has put up with my interest in all things British military since we first met 40 years ago. Hopefully, through this ?life cycle? of two No4 rifles you will have gained some insight into the pre-service, production, service life and post service retirement and the loving care by production workers, armourers, snipers and eventually collectors of two iconic and long serving sniper rifles. Telescope Sight No32, An inside view of the Snipers rifle telescope, Peter Laidler, 4th edition, BDL Ltd, Edgefield, SC, USA. In this second and final part of the series, we’ll look at the new input types available in HTML5. Additionally, browser support may have increased since publication so please refer to the links at the end of the article for the current state of browser support. We’re going to take a brief look at each of them and explain why you should be using them right now. Take the example iPhone shown in Figure 2; when you focus on an input using type="search", notice the keyboard, specifically the action button on the keyboard (bottom right).
Combined with the required attribute, the browser is then able to look for patterns to ensure a valid e-mail address has been entered. Again, this highlights how HTML5 forms help to cut down the amount of JavaScript that you have to write when carrying out form validation.
This ensures that no validation will be carried out on form submission, which may or may not be suitable for your needs.
In addition to the iPhone, some Android devices (such as HTC Desire, shown on the right in Figure 6) also display a numeric keyboard for type="tel". As with the majority of these new input types, Opera was the first to implement type="number". If we reach the maximum or minimum value, the appropriate arrow on the spinbox control will be greyed out so you can no longer interact with it. The attribute, recently added to the specification will allow users to specify the type of input mechanism that is most useful for users. Notice how Opera highlights a specific week using the same date picker control, as shown in Figure 13. First, with the current implementation, it isn’t possible to type a date into the field (in all browsers). It is anticipated that users will either be able to type the value or select from a color picker, which will either be native to the operating system or a browser’s own implementation. With new versions of browsers being released at an ever-increasing rate, it can be difficult to keep up with what is or isn’t supported.
Or perhaps it’s in two or more languages at the same time, having text in several languages labeling each input… What to do?
You can also use the up and down keys to increment and decrement each value (day, month, year).
Compare this to the expected standard that a No4 rifle could land 5 hand held shots in a 6 x 4 inch group at 100 yards and a rifle selected for conversion to No4 (T) 5 shots in a 3 x 3 inch group. In June and July 1964 accuracy tests were conducted with 6 No4 (T) rifles (mostly produced at BSA Shirley in 1942, 1944 and 1945) taken from stores and then again after they had been converted to 7.62 L8 (T) configuration. Concurrent accuracy testing using 6 FAL self -loading rifles fitted with No74 MkI sights also found that these rifles could not compete for accuracy with the No4 (T). When production of the new 7.62 British sniper rifle began in 1970 it was christened the L42 A1 with a small number of the almost identical XL42E1 rifles also finding their way in to snipers hands.
Ian Skennerton advises, ?Buy the rifle not the story?.*Luckily for collectors and historians the British arms manufacturers and those involved in official conversions were prolific with their use of stamps that now help define the life history of a firearm. A few 1944 dated rifles have been noted with the 1943 style serial number using two letter prefixes such as AU and AV followed by four digits. Prior to dispatching to Holland and Holland a ?TR? was also applied by inspectors to the bottom of the butt socket to indicate it had passed the selection criteria. According to documents at the UK MOD Pattern Room this requirement was later increased to 892 rifles.
As the No32 scopes (in all marks) were collimated and mated to the mount and No4 action for life scope #25229 along with the bolt #K34325, rear sight, fore sight protector, bolt and butt stock and bottom wood (depending on condition) were retained for re use. The No32 Mk3 designation markings on this Taylor-Hobson manufactured scope #25229 have been barred out and the scope engraved Telescope Straight Sighting L1A1. Some of these later rifles were fitted with polygonal Chordal (similar to Metford rifling) rifled barrels manufactured on a horizontal ?Fritz Werner? machine that could only hammer forge a parallel blank.
In order to fit on to the heavy barrel the inside of the block was bored out then seated on. It could be that production of these barrels commenced earlier than previously thought as the 3 Chordal barreled rifles referred to are all stamped 6 74 beside the Enfield part number CR 1470 on the breeching up flat.
Was the new ?Fritz Warner? machine actually installed at RSAF Enfield in 1974 or later as other writers suggest? This is interesting as it is well stated that less grooves cheapens the manufacturing process.
Both the bolt head and metal flat beside the bolt channel on #K34325 are stamped 19T beside the scimitar which is the London Proof Mark and indicates it is proofed for the more powerful 7.62mm round. So that the barrel bolt can be screwed up tight with out crushing the fore-end a portion of wood was milled out and replaced with a .104inch steel seating plate. The normal length No4 butt shows no evidence of a rifle number on the flat that sits within the butt socket indicating it is a replacement but has the scope #25229 stamped at the wrist. Peter Laidler describes how a Warrant Officer he served with saw the L42 A1 as a hunting rifle where the fore-end is gripped tight and not a target or sporting rifle with a triangular fore-end that sits in the palm and could be lightly gripped just with the tips of fingers and thumb. The rifles were still in front-line-issue so accurate figures were classified when many of the previously published texts estimated thousands were built. Interestingly there is evidence that a further 24 were dispatched in 1976 and 18 in 1979-a total of 1049 to date. There is a well told story of sniper Corporal Cox landing successive rounds in to a head sized target at 1000 meters even when instructors and military ?brass? suspected a fluke or lucky shots. According to a letter dated October 10 1994 to the Australian War Museum from the late Val J Forgett, Navy Arms CEO in the USA they purchased 637 some with chests for $995.
Paper labels and bar code on the end of the chest identify its original and ?rare? L42 A1 inhabitant as Long Branch manufactured No4 T #71L0630.
I spent many happy hours in this iconic gunroom containing nearly 50 No4 (T)?s and 6 L42 A1?s. As we’ll see, these new features will go a long way toward making your life easier while delivering a delightful user experience. These new input types have dual benefits: using them means less development time and an improved user experience.
We’re talking about the search field on that e-commerce site you just made a purchase from, on Wikipedia, and even on your personal blog. Desktop browsers will render this in a similar way to a standard text field—until you start typing, that is. Like type="email", a browser will carry out simple validation on these fields and present an error message on form submission. It, Safari, and Chrome render the input as a spinbox control (see Figure 7) whereby you can click the arrows to move up or down. This solution isn’t ideal but if you think it could be useful, Chris has put a short video together showing it in action. When implemented, you will be able to choose between numeric, latin, email, or kana input modes.
All the use cases for a year input type that have been proposed can be achieved using type="number". A common issue I’ve run into is that users have an OS in one language and a browser in another. All writers challenge this claim suggesting that to get consistent results any where near this would require refitting the fore wood on all converted rifles.
Interestingly the 6 test L8 (T) rifles were returned to Ordnance Stores at Donnington and never issued. As there were insufficient No4 (T) rifles in stores and in order to ensure that front line units retained serviceable sniper rifles prior to the issue of L42 A1?s the decision was made to undertake the conversion on a rotational basis.
Barely visible following the linishing process are the numbers 34325 on the left side of the action. So that the scope could cope with the 7.62mm bullet trajectory the range drums were replaced- the letter M indicating they could be read in meters. The magazines squarer shape designed to accommodate the rimless 7.62mm round and the hardened steel ejector incorporated onto the rear left hand lip immediately distinguishes it from the No4 (T).

Rifle #K34325?s barrel was then turned full length leaving a machined rather than the snake skin finish as found on barrels produced on the old vertical GFM cold swaging machine that hammered a tapered blank.
Interestingly, a small groove needed to be cut on top of the barrel to allow for the sight protector screw which helps in the absence of bayonet lugs and a tapered cross pin (as found on the No4) to keep the block upright. Interestingly one of these rifles is dated 1975 and fitted with a Chordal barrel stamped with identical markings to the 1974 dated rifles. Peter Laidler claims he could not detect any accuracy variations between the Enfield and Chordal barreled rifles. The hand-guard with #K34325 hand written in pencil on its underside is smooth and manufactured by C. In his view when you are fighting men who are liable to fight back there is no such thing as a runner up sniper.
Thanks to researchers at the Australian War Memorial and staff at the UK MOD Pattern Room more accurate estimates are now possible. Add to this a small but unknown number produced in 1980 plus the 30 approximate XL42E1 rifles produced and the total production number of L42 A1 sniper rifles is more likely to be between 1100 and 1200.
In 1988 production and some equipment including the ?Fritz Werner? hammer-forging machine was transferred to RSAF Nottingham. Tony Hallam from Charnwood Ordnance recalls bidding for all the L42?s being disposed in 1994 with only 385 allocated to him along with some chests and scope cases. I recall inspecting many rifles so I?m sure rifles #R33857 and #K34325 would have been admired and gently ?fondled? as well. Ankush Good evening My self Anudeep Samineni i had a some issues on my calling plane could you please call me back. It’s probably the most common action performed on the Web every day, yet it’s not marked up very semantically, is it?
Opera 9.5+, Firefox 4+, Internet Explorer 10 and Chrome 5+ have already implemented this basic validation. Nice, big keys for entering a phone number help you to get that big, nasty form completed quickly.
It can be a pain when you need to load a whole library and associated plug-ins just to implement a simple date picker. However, we can foresee a potential issue; if implemented on a form that a data entry clerk regularly completes, they are likely to be quicker at typing the date than tabbing through with the keyboard or selecting from a date picker. Making certain input types work consistently can be a real pain and sometimes not worth the effort to implement. Non universally formatted HTML5 input types like date and number are simply not ready for the real world yet. I have no knowledge where Rifle #K34325 served as a No4 (T) sniper or whether it was in service or stores prior to being sent to Enfield for conversion.
This rifles barrel also has a machined lathe ?steady? step visible just in front of the fore-end and hand-guard reputably one of the identification features of Chordal rifles.
By 2 February 1972 documents record that 898 L42 A1 rifles had been produced and by 7 November 1973 delivery documents indicate that 967 rifles had been dispatched. All surplus items were either sold to RSAF staff that had bid for them or on-site by auctioneers Henry Butcher Ltd on 16 and 17 November 1988. As Tony Hallam?s register no longer exists it is difficult to confirm exactly how many L42?s he purchased and their serial numbers. At that time I had no inclination that the owner had little time left on Earth and that I would, 8 years later, become the next custodian of an unissued No4 (T) and a L42 A1, the last service Lee. The company offers a wide range of telecommunication services and products such as Mobile telephony, wireless internet, technical support service, customer support, software features designing and many more. In fact, you’re using progressive enhancement and helping users to have a better experience. The browser goes as far as presenting the user with an error message (see Opera in Figure 3) if the e-mail address entered isn’t valid. As demonstrated in the table below this ?pudding did not make good eating? as the No4 T using iron sights out shot the L8 (T). But, if this rifle could talk I?m sure it would have varied and at times shocking service stories to tell.
It is unclear just how many L42?s were disposed of at that time as it is reported that L39 rifles were included in the Navy Arms purchase.
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In Opera, Safari, Internet Explorer 10 and Chrome, type="range" renders as a slider (see Figure 6-14). We tend to think that this is a good thing, as users will receive a common experience across all websites they visit (provided they use the same browser all the time).
The following prefix letters have been noted ?A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H, K, L, M, N, P, Q, R ? with others likely to be discovered in the future. Charnwood?s then imported 60 sets back into the UK for domestic sale with some sold in Europe with Germany the main destination. The company launched public payphone system, which has gained a great success across the country.
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This rifle with its K prefix was likely manufactured and date stamped just after the middle of the year.
Collectors Source in Canada ended up with the bulk of the L42?s exported by Charnwood?s who in 2000 sold their last 30 including rifle #K34325 to Brian Dick from BDL limited, South Carolina, USA, while on a visit to Canada. Additionally, in Opera, if the CSS defines the height greater than the width, the slider control will be rendered vertically as opposed to the standard horizontal rendering. Safari 5 and Chrome 5 have implemented these input types, but, unfortunately, they aren’t very user friendly. Interestingly these rifles were all 1970 -1975 dated including only 3 (with 6 groove Chordal rifled stepped barrels) dated 1974 and 1975. The company has automatic monitoring with LazerPhone, which automatically inform the technical support center on failure of the system. Mani On Phone To Global Tel Link ServiceI have used global tele link more then four year, but I have problem from last year.
Dates have to be entered in the same format as the time element that we met earlier in the book. From that group of 30 rifles 3 including rifle #K34325 (the only one of the three with Chordal rifling) were imported in 2001 to New Zealand by a South Island Collector. Agency guy name Bharat Khanal call me and ask me deposit ?110 unlimited call any country for one year and I agreed pay ?110 for one year Date 29 March 2015, but next month date 29 April 2015 took out from my bank ?55 without my permission. So for dates, the format would be YYYY-MM-DD, and for dates with time, a user would have to enter YYYYMM-DDT00:00Z, which is not very friendly at all.
It would appear that due to high shipping costs the original chests were left behind in the States. The company also provides the all time customer support service.Career Window At Global Tel LinkGlobal Tel Link is configured to provide brief openings for applicants to join telecom family.
Eventually BDL sold the chests to collectors to complement quite a few rifles imported without chests by Navy Arms.
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