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  • Enhancement? | planetmath.org
    36 Forums Planetary Bugs The buttons at the top of the editor are a bit boring Little up arrows do not tell me what the button is going to do Why am I not allowed to add a note to reader when answering a question If I am given a link surely access should not be denied A spell checker would be nice I think that the default linking should not link an article to itself First time I preview a new item I get a great long list of errors and warnings This does not happen when editing an existing item Re Enhancement general reply Permalink Submitted by unlord on Fri 05 24 2013 10 54 Nice list Editor buttons are fixed on the dev site I hope to get the latest version of the editor moved over here later today I ll check the link access denied issue for adding a note Spell checker is an interesting idea Default linking that should be in the process of getting fixed Previews I ll check that out thought I d fixed it Log in to post comments Search form Search Home Articles Questions Forums Planetary Bugs HS Secondary University Tertiary

    Original URL path: http://www.planetmath.org/node/87440 (2016-04-25)
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  • Links in PlanetMath FAQ | planetmath.org
    Reference Linking and the User Linking Controls guide just take me to a page New in Encyclopedia not where I wanted to go at all Site doc comments Permalink Submitted by Aleph Zero on Fri 05 17 2013 11 26 I see a list of comments at the end of each site document but the contents of these comments does not seem to be available Log in to post comments Re Site doc comments Permalink Submitted by unlord on Fri 05 17 2013 12 31 Indeed It seems that those comments didn t fully make the jump to the new site I ll see if I can find them in the old database and move them over Thanks Log in to post comments Re Links in PlanetMath FAQ Permalink Submitted by unlord on Fri 05 17 2013 12 19 Thanks I ll fix those They are old style links from the earlier version of the site that haven t been ported over correctly Easy to change If you see other links that look like http planetmath org op getobj from collab id 32 or similar that s the same problem Not too hard to fix em Log in to post

    Original URL path: http://www.planetmath.org/node/87424 (2016-04-25)
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  • Repeated bug report | planetmath.org
    leave it like this for now In terms of what s conventional and what s workable here I d quote the title of Michael J Barany s paper B ut this is blog maths and we re free to make up conventions as we go along Polymath1 and the Modalities of Massively Collaborative Mathematics The one place where I personally do not like the current font is that π π pi and n n n might look too similar But everything else seems nice and clear Also primes print well as in x superscript x x prime prime prime and that wasn t the case with the other font I m definitely open to concrete proposals about a better font but I don t think serif is going to immediately solve all of our typesetting problems PS I wasn t ignoring your bug report just didn t have time until now to explain my views on the matter Log in to post comments Greek pi letter Permalink Submitted by pahio on Sun 04 07 2013 14 11 Of course the pi letter must not be so similar to the Latin n Log in to post comments Also Greek nu Permalink

    Original URL path: http://www.planetmath.org/node/87330 (2016-04-25)
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  • The font is too small | planetmath.org
    Anyone else have an opinion Permalink Submitted by unlord on Sun 03 24 2013 19 31 Dear porton Can you send me a screenshot showing how this looks to you A t superscript A subscript t A partial t B ω ω subscript B subscript ω ω B omega omega C ℜ 3 2 i superscript C 3 2 i C Re 3 2i and ln π π ln pi also i 1 100 1 n i superscript subscript i 1 100 1 superscript n i sum i 1 100 frac 1 n i Maybe your browser has some other configuration that makes it look different from mine Joe holtzermann17 gmail com Log in to post comments Image with small fonts Permalink Submitted by porton on Sun 03 24 2013 20 17 See the image http planetmath org node 87315 And yes I think bigger would be better In my Debian Linux Firefox 16 0 2 I have Times New Roman 16 as the default font 16 is pretty big Log in to post comments Re Image with small fonts Permalink Submitted by unlord on Sun 03 24 2013 20 39 Thanks for uploading your example Mine definitely looks different I ll ask for some tips about this on the LaTeXML mailing list but basically if you re setting some custom font as the default then it might not play well with what PlanetMath serves Indeed PlanetMath should be serving better math fonts but I think the new 110 setting is plenty large Log in to post comments Re Image with small fonts Permalink Submitted by unlord on Sun 03 24 2013 22 13 I ve changed the CSS for the site so that math is set up with a special font math font size 110 font family Verdana Arial

    Original URL path: http://www.planetmath.org/node/87307 (2016-04-25)
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  • An error in Latest Messages dates | planetmath.org
    An error in Latest Messages dates Submitted by porton on Sun 03 24 2013 13 16 Forums Planetary Bugs See this image http planetmath org node 87313 for a bug in displaying Latest Messages dates two dates are clung to each other I ve drawn out about the place of the error Search form Search Home Articles Questions Forums Planetary Bugs HS Secondary University Tertiary Graduate Advanced Industry Practice Research

    Original URL path: http://www.planetmath.org/node/87314 (2016-04-25)
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  • "Versions" links do not work | planetmath.org
    23 2013 22 02 Forums Planetary Bugs When I click to v1 at the sidebar of http planetmath org backgroundofseveralopenproblemsistumbledupon I nevertheless see the last version not the first It is a bug Re Versions links do not work Permalink Submitted by unlord on Sat 03 23 2013 23 27 Noted hopefully that can be fixed soon Log in to post comments Search form Search Home Articles Questions Forums Planetary

    Original URL path: http://www.planetmath.org/node/87310 (2016-04-25)
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  • Hyperlinking and child articles do not work | planetmath.org
    org backgroundofseveralopenproblemsistumbledupon Afterward I created its child node http planetmath org crosscompositionproductofanindexedfamilyoffuncoids There are two bugs here 1 the string Cross composition product of an indexed family of funcoids is a pointfree funcoid in the parent article hasn t become a hyperlink as it should 2 In the parent article there are no list of child attachment articles Re parent child automatic links Permalink Submitted by unlord on Fri 03 22 2013 16 45 Hi porton Parent child links are both there please look again Maybe confusing because the link to the parent shows up at the bottom of the article whereas the link to the child article shows up in the right margin Should I change this As for the automatic hyperlinking you re correct new articles aren t being indexed by the autolinker right now Fixing this is a priority but I m not sure when we will have it ready It may be a while Log in to post comments Yes it is probably confusing Permalink Submitted by porton on Fri 03 22 2013 17 34 Yes it is probably confusing that parent and child links are shown in different places If I voted I would vote

    Original URL path: http://www.planetmath.org/node/87298 (2016-04-25)
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  • RSS feed does not work anymore | planetmath.org
    RSS feed does not work anymore It was http planetmath org rss latestmsgs xml Is there a new RSS feed I could subscribe instead Re RSS feed Permalink Submitted by unlord on Tue 03 19 2013 20 44 Hi porton good point I ll have to add one I ll post again when that s resolved Noted here https github com cdavid drupal planetary issues 307 Log in to post

    Original URL path: http://www.planetmath.org/node/87291 (2016-04-25)
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