My kingdom -- or a tip -- for a Roomba

Spending too much time troubleshooting to perform mundane tasks like vacuuming? Then the June/July Tip Contest from is just for you.

Spending too much time crunching code, troubleshooting or making sure your company's hardware can handle Notes/Domino 7 to perform mundane tasks like vacuuming? Then the June/July Tip Contest from is just for you.

By submitting tips, tricks and timesavers to our bimonthly contest, you'll make life a little easier for your Domino peers, whether they live and work in Boston, Berlin or Bangalore. In addition, submitting a tip makes you eligible for our prize – in this case, a Roomba 4100 Intelligent Floorvac Robotic Vacuum. Winning the prize will, in turn, free up time for more tips – or baseball, or football, or trips to the beach.

Not sure what to submit? Take a look at what has received so far this month.

This trick, for example, shows a developer how to change the current line of code in Domino Designer's script editor, while this one will generate an automatic view of forms from a Designer database. This set of code will create an HTML signature, and this tip describes a method of structured error handling in LotusScript.

However, four tips does not a good tip contest make. So send us your own tip, trick or timesaver, and don't forget to rate the tips your peers have already submitted. The contest runs until the end of July, and will announce a winner in early August.

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