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Old 2018-05-16, 16:47   #232
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Edit: In fact, you can just add this list to the blue page, and see they will resolve by themselves in a week or so, anyhow do not need to dld them separately.
That's actually exactly what I'm doing anyways, just using the regular blue page update script, since I already that code to verify such things. But you're confident that these are all correct?
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Old 2018-05-17, 05:38   #233
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Why do I only see images from ST:TNG? No data.
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Old 2018-05-17, 10:51   #234
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Why do I only see images from ST:TNG? No data.
Because the table is loaded with javascript.

You may alternately view the data by the json or txt file that are available (linked from the main page, or simply tweak the URL's file extension).
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Old 2018-05-17, 12:42   #235
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Because the table is loaded with javascript.
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You may alternately view the data by the json or txt file that are available (linked from the main page, or simply tweak the URL's file extension).
Okay.
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Old 2018-05-18, 01:37   #236
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I have my DB independent of factorDB and there is no conflict compared with the list on the blue page.
What does your DB say about this?

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Verifying elf 216744
Verifying index 1228...
ERROR: factor not prime: 85474602797
Edit: Probably nothing at all. What this does say is that the ELF files are regenerated upon demand (not necessarily surprising), and that this regeneration process is subject to the same bug(s) that create FDB errors in the first place. First I've heard of this problem, AFAICT, and somewhat disconcerting.

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Old 2018-05-18, 05:57   #237
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No bug, your script is faster than the DB can factor these small composites, and some of these sequences raise to 60 or 80 or 90 digits before dropping and/or merging, and your script may get occasionally a cofactor which was not yet factored by the DB elves. Because indeed, you are right, some sequences were never requested from the DB, and they are generated following your request. In this case, you should try again after a minute or so.
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Old 2018-07-20, 15:58   #238
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We inadvertently found a small bug on the blue page. Working our "broken" sequence, 72708, we found out that when we click on it in the table, it shows the broken sequence, instead of the "correct" one (the continuation sequence), which is (correctly) shown in the small table with the broken sequences (right now only one there). Now, this is arguable if the big table should show the broken sequence (with the right leader), or the (correct) continuation sequence (with the continuation leader, as in the small table). But showing the broken one is of no use for anybody (except maybe for Syd, who sometimes need some kicks in the dorsal part to repair those broken terms in the DB, which are unfixed for... how long? is it three years by now?... ), especially when the link to the continuation sequence is already available in the small table.

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Old 2018-09-04, 02:14   #239
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Now that I am a more frequent user of the "Blue Page," I find that I would prefer the Description and Information, which I have read through more than once, to be after the table. As it stands currently, for me, I go to the page and have to scroll to the info I'm after. I know, not really an issue, but if the "All times are UTC. Reservations are current as of 2018-09-04 01:40:01." line was the first one after the title (or, maybe after a couple links to the description, etc.), the page would be friendlier to me.

Alternately, an internal link to that portion of the page would be helpful. Then my bookmark could take me straight there. (I did not find such when looking over the source.)

Thanks for all the work.
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Old 2018-09-04, 07:51   #240
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You can code a link/button to show/hide that information, hidden on startup like this:

In the HEAD-section of the page put:
Code:
<script type="text/javascript">
function hideshow(which){
	if (!document.getElementById)
		return
	if (which.style.display=="none")
		which.style.display="block"
	else
		which.style.display="none"
}
</script>
and in the BODY-section the link like:

Code:
<a href="javascript:hideshow(document.getElementById('inf'))">Show/Hide Information</a>
<div id="inf" style="display: none">
...
######all text to be hidden goes here#####
...
</div>
Clicking the link by the user will show or hide the text.
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Old 2018-09-04, 16:02   #241
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Actually, I was thinking more along the line of:
Code:
<a name="table">
just prior to:
Code:
<div class="cen">
     <p>All times are UTC. Reservations are current as of 2018-09-04 15:40:02. <br />
It wouldn't actually need a reference link on the page, although that would help users find it.
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Old 2018-09-04, 19:42   #242
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The name attribute has been deprecated in favor of id. Use that.
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