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Old 2021-05-28, 09:31   #628
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try not to be condescending to a simple question next time.
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Hello and welcome to the Mersenne forum !
You are quite new here, without knowing how much you know, Laurv responded to your question. Perhaps it is the 'Did you try googling "probable prime"?' bit that angered you ? It is an answer you often see on this forum. There are one or two "smileys" for it.

My answer would have been a bit different, but I didn't answer since, in my opinion the question contains the answer. If asked :
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what's the difference in "Remaining cofactor is a probable-prime" and "Remaining cofactor is a certified-prime". M78737
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My answer would be : "The difference is that for one number the remaining cofactor is just a PRP and in the second case the PRP has been certified (for instance by a program like primo.)"

But, reflecting on it, perhaps your question should have been "where on the site of mersenne.ca can one see the certificate or a report about the certificate ?" James has answered, I can add that there is one thread or the other on this forum where the completion of certificates are announced : Mersenne number factored (disbelievers are biting elbows)

I hope my answer is not too condescending ? ;-)

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Old 2021-05-28, 10:31   #629
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"where on the site of mersenne.ca can one see the certificate or a report about the certificate?"
The "Remaining cofactor" text for each exponent should now link to the appropriate page on factordb.com for additional information.
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Old 2021-06-02, 14:31   #630
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Hey James, the pm1/pp1 links here a broken. However, the filters are right when the link is edited by hand in firefox.

And you robbed me of my factor for 19000027
(can't you implement an "alias" list or something? hehe)
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Old 2021-06-02, 16:32   #631
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Hey James, the pm1/pp1 links here a broken. However, the filters are right when the link is edited by hand in firefox.
I don't immediately see the problem -- which exact links are broken?

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And you robbed me of my factor for 19000027
That's your fault, not mine.
You know full well that data exported to mersenne.ca only contains public usernames, if you decide to change your username then you become a new person. It looks like you've changed your public username back because it shows you as LaurV on 19000027.
I have remapped all of One's results to LaurV... this time, don't change your name again.
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Old 2021-06-02, 16:40   #632
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I don't immediately see the problem -- which exact links are broken?
Top row of the link table, "Biggest factors for LaurV ecm p-1 p+1 any", both p-1 and p+1 point to the same page, p-1 factors.
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Old 2021-06-02, 16:57   #633
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Top row of the link table, "Biggest factors for LaurV ecm p-1 p+1 any", both p-1 and p+1 point to the same page, p-1 factors.
You know that P+1 effort just yields a P-1 factor half the time anyways, right?


Link fixed.
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Old 2021-06-03, 14:41   #634
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That's your fault, not mine.
Yep, I know I was in "stealth mode" for a while, hehe, and the former was a joke, mostly like trying to get you to fix those links. I don't hold any grudge

But I am happy you "fixed me properly" now. Everything works fine. Thanks a billion.
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Old 2021-06-09, 10:59   #635
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Some digits in some factorizations of ks of factors of some exponents are feeling a bit down. Could you cheer them up?

I am not sure why that happens, but it is persistent to Ctrl+Shift+R. However, it seems to be caused by Chrome, as Edge doesn't do this.
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Old 2021-06-09, 13:04   #636
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Some digits in some factorizations of ks of factors of some exponents are feeling a bit down. Could you cheer them up?
I am not sure why that happens... it seems to be caused by Chrome, as Edge doesn't do this.
It makes no sense why it's displaying like that, I think I'd call that a Chrome bug (it also didn't behave like that in older versions).

I've made a change to the underlying HTML that is not quite ideal but should work well enough to avoid the problem.
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Old 2021-06-09, 13:56   #637
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It makes no sense why it's displaying like that, I think I'd call that a Chrome bug (it also didn't behave like that in older versions).

I've made a change to the underlying HTML that is not quite ideal but should work well enough to avoid the problem.
Yep, it helped. Very weird issue.
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Old 2021-06-10, 05:51   #638
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https://www.mersenne.ca/status/tf/0/0/5/390 displays way too many bit levels

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