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Translating problems, saving action421:04, 3 March 2011
TOC315:29, 3 October 2010

Translating problems, saving action

Into Catalan (ca) Translation work I don't save this entries Glossary/66 and Glossary/72

Message error:

-- Saving failed. Please report this error.

abella01:07, 3 March 2011

That's usually caused by someone manually adding section numbers. I've deleted those two section numbers and the system has re-numbered them as 85 and 86. They should be translatable now.

annew14:29, 3 March 2011

Not yet. I have saved the job but with a space in the url

abella16:30, 3 March 2011

A problem was found at server level. Yurchor reported the same problem, and confirms that it's now fixed, so you should be OK to continue.

annew19:42, 3 March 2011

Solved! Thank you very much :)

abella21:04, 3 March 2011

Just a thought - wouldn't it be good to include the table of contents on this page? Sure it's long and ugly, but I find it much easier to find an item in the list than by scrolling the page. We could also make sections "A - D", "E - G" etc. to make it more organized.

Another advantage is that it's easier for people to link to a specific section: click in the table of contents and copy the URL. Now the only way I know is to copy the URL and append #sectionname at the end.

In short, I think a table of contents would make this page even more useful.

Hans10:45, 3 October 2010

I don't really see the point of a ToC on an alphabetically ordered page. Actually I doubt if anyone will come to the page as a bedtime read, either. Most likely they will arrive from a link on another page, directly to the section they need.

The issue of appending #sectionname is probably better addressed by adding it to the contributor how-to pages

annew13:07, 3 October 2010

Please remove alphabet in sections. In any language other than English, section headers will begin with the different letters than your alphabetic order.


Yurchor15:00, 3 October 2010

Thanks for pointing this out, it's reverted now (it was just an experiment, good that you remarked this).

Hans15:29, 3 October 2010

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