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see Author: w0lfie
enter Posted: May 29 2006 - 05:33 AM
watch Subject: re: re: re: English forum links to Haupseite [solved]

interesting. i had no idea it was that complicated
user picture Author: rt
source url Posted: May 28 2006 - 01:53 PM
Subject: re: re: English forum links to Haupseite [solved]
I think I've finally found a way to prevent this from happening.
If you still see it, please let me know!

I used to use the "L" parameter to determine the language. However, for some reason unknown to me, sometimes there are URLs where right after the value for L, there is another word that is not separated with an "&", for example: ...musipedia.org/forum.0.html?L=0whistle
In such cases, I did not recognize L value correctly (here: 0 and not 0whistle), and the script as a consequence put up the logo in some other language. Now I do it in a more robust way. So, the real bug might not be fixed yet, but at least its only symptom should have disappeared.
Author: w0lfie
Posted: Mar 06 2006 - 07:49 PM
Subject: re: English forum links to Haupseite [solved]
urg. It's not doing it anymore. so I can't tell you. ha ha. I'll see if I can replicate it later and let you know. Maybe it has something to do with how I access the new posts and whether I view any of the German posts first. hmm...
user picture Author: rt
Posted: Mar 06 2006 - 02:01 AM
Subject: re: re: re: re: English forum links to Haupseite
Hmm - what URL do you see in the browser when that happens? Maybe I have misconfigured something with the subdomains like e. g. de.musipedia.org. But I can't reproduce the problem right now, so I am not sure where to look for the problem.
Author: w0lfie
Posted: Mar 05 2006 - 11:39 PM
Subject: re: re: re: English forum links to Haupseite
d'oh! it's doing it again. I tried clearing my cache to no avail.
user picture Author: rt
Posted: Mar 02 2006 - 06:11 PM
Subject: re: re: English forum links to Haupseite
Actually, I didn't change anything. So, this problem might still be lurking somewhere. Maybe it was just some funny cache effect. I'll keep my eyes open.
Author: w0lfie
Posted: Mar 01 2006 - 04:38 AM
Subject: re: English forum links to Haupseite
Rainer fixed it. :-)
Author: w0lfie
Posted: Feb 26 2006 - 01:04 PM
Subject: English forum links to Haupseite
It's not a big problem for me, but I noticed the Musipedia logo in the forum now links to the "Haupseite" rather than "The Open Music Encyclopedia." Some of our non-German speakers might get confused, though. :-)
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How to insert music:

Add a bit of sheet music, along with a MIDI file, simply by entering note names in Lilypond syntax between the [L] and [/L] tags.
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