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 Author: margeritta
source site Posted: Oct 04 2018 - 03:15 AM
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The second bug report "site itself feels dysfunct and returns questionable results" is a tad too vague for me to investigate. What did you enter that produced questionable results? What is dysfunctional?
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user picture Author: rt
Posted: Jan 22 2012 - 06:00 PM
Subject: re: re: I think that the system is broken
hattonhall wrote:
The site will not accept my photo in any size format I reduce it too. I know I am not George Clooney, but hey, I have got some other features that even a minority of others find somewhat entrancing, enticing and bewitching !

So.....Mr or Ms Administrator........what gives ?


Thanks, that was a useful error description, and I was able to fix this bug.
user picture go site Author: hattonhall
here Posted: Jan 21 2012 - 05:37 AM
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The site will not accept my photo in any size format I reduce it too. I know I am not George Clooney, but hey, I have got some other features that even a minority of others find somewhat entrancing, enticing and bewitching !

So.....Mr or Ms Administrator........what gives ?
user picture Author: rt
Posted: Nov 19 2011 - 05:30 PM
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Hi,

I tried to see what you mean but failed. About the Stevie Wonder melody: unfortunately, the Flash piano (which was written by an external developer) does not allow me to paste your query, so I can't try that. Could you maybe write the melody in the Lilypond syntax, for instance by clicking on notes here: http://www.musipedia.org/js_piano.html ?
I searched for another melody. The search results seemed fine, and when I pressed on the contour search link, the contour did not appear distorted, so unfortunately I cannot reproduce this problem easily.
If you were able to find a melody in the past but not now, one possible explanation is that you searched one of the two collections in the past but now the other one (there is a "Musipedia" collection and a "web MIDI file" collection, and you can choose which one should be searched).

The second bug report "site itself feels dysfunct and returns questionable results" is a tad too vague for me to investigate. What did you enter that produced questionable results? What is dysfunctional?
source Author: lano_isseforp
Posted: Nov 17 2011 - 03:26 AM
Subject: re: I think that the system is broken
i have this impression, too. AND the site itself feels dysfunct and returns questionable results.
Author: marraco
Posted: Jul 23 2011 - 08:24 AM
Subject: I think that the system is broken
The system is broken. It stopped recognizing this Stevie Wonder melodie:

c1-625 e1-936 f1-279 f1-1324 c1-541 e1-886 f1-329 f1-1127 c1-658 e1-838 f1-353 f1-603 e1-415 f1-431 g1-415 a1-471 g1-430 f1-431 e1-523 d1

It was recognized in the past. When I press by contour, the contour appear distorted.
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How to insert music:

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