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Views Accordion provides a display style plugin for the Views module.
It will take the results and display them as a JQuery accordion, using the first field as the header for the accordion rows.
Features:

* Works with field grouping and relationships.
* Option to use the field grouping headers as the headers for the accordion items. (yay!)
* Option to Auto cycle items (which pauses on mouse over)
*...



Gallery formatter provides a CCK formatter for image fields, which will turn any image field into a jQuery Gallery.

Watch the screencast for a demo of how to set it up, or visit the demo page for seeing it in action.
Features:



From Active Directory (or any other LDAP server) dump ALL information about computers, users, and groups, in a nicely formatted report.



For Windows Exchange Server running on Windows Server 2000/2003, from Exchange and Active Directory, get all email addresses (and aliases) from all active users.
Uses ASDI scripting, LDAP paths to get user info from Active Directory.



Needed formatted numbers with thousands separator commas added on an end-user report. The usual way mentioned is to use 'module locale.format', but that didn't work cleanly on my Windows machine, and the cure seemed worse than the disease.



Needed the ability to 'pushback' values back onto an iterator, and also was able to add a 'nonzero' test to the iterator at the same time.



I have written Flatten a few dozen times, and also searched the interwebs - I don't feel good about a heavily recursive function for Python, and some of the "type-sniffing" I saw in some codes seemed fishy - so I coded up this version....