Compendium of Forum Knowledge

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Re: compendium of forum knowledge

Post by GeoffB » Thu Oct 09, 2008 12:01 am

Hi Flamey,

Just my opinion here. You have a point about the project to compile recordings of all the Delcamp pieces. It's a great ideal, but difficult to implement on a voluntary basis. It may be that some of the other versions you see in other subforums were from other arrangements of the pieces and therefore not strictly speaking an example of the Delcamp edition. Just a guess. Or maybe it's the hurdle of working across the international forums that puts some people off, another great ideal which is not always easy to implement.

As for Llobet, the standard copyright term is actually 70 years, though it can stretch to about 75 in certain instances, involving French nationals who were in the war. Llobet's copyright expires at the end of this year. If I'm not mistaken, some of his works were already in the public domain for reasons which escape me, and the rest become available when the year is up.

The decision of what level pieces belong in is always going to be subjective to some degree. Even in official exam syllabuses the same piece may appear in different levels under different examining bodies. I'm not saying you're wrong, just making an observation.

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Re: compendium of forum knowledge

Post by colocolino73 » Mon Oct 27, 2008 5:07 pm

Hola, Quisiera saber por qué no combinan los foros en distintos idiomas... así como los microforos permiten escribir en cualquier idioma, los foros en general, deberian estar combinados y pemitir que si se está en español y un MP3 por ejemplo está en Japonés, reconozca al usuario y su nivel y le permita ingresar a los archivos qque están en el nivel al cual pertenece el usuario.

Saludos

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Re: compendium of forum knowledge

Post by Azalais » Mon Oct 27, 2008 11:29 pm

colocolino73 wrote:Hola, Quisiera saber por qué no combinan los foros en distintos idiomas... así como los microforos permiten escribir en cualquier idioma, los foros en general, deberian estar combinados y pemitir que si se está en español y un MP3 por ejemplo está en Japonés, reconozca al usuario y su nivel y le permita ingresar a los archivos qque están en el nivel al cual pertenece el usuario.

Saludos
Cada idioma se encuentra en una base de datos distinta (con moderadores distintos). No tenemos los medios técnicos (ni el deseo?) para combinarlas. Favor de permitirme decir también que se considera descortés confundir a las personas que no hablan las lenguas extranjeras. Favor de traducir sus mensajes en ingles si quiere comunicar con los usuarios del foro EN (afuera del miniforo ES).

Si prefiere, hay un foro ES aquí: index.php

gracias

[Each language is in a different database (with different moderators). We do not have the technical means (or desire?) to combine them. Please let me also say that it is considered rude to confuse people who do not speak foreign languages. Please translate your messages into English if you want to communicate with users of the EN forum (out of miniforo ES).

If you prefer, there is a ES forum here: forum/es/index.php

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Re: Subscribe and Bookmark

Post by alaudacorax » Thu Feb 26, 2009 3:33 pm

Paul Saywood wrote:
Hans W wrote:Question

At the very bottom of the thread page, below POSTREPLY, what do the Subscribe and Bookmark options mean and do?
Hans
Hello Hans, I know that if you press Subscribe you get an email notification when there has been a new post in the topic, I've not used Bookmark myself though.

Paul
Hi,
I can't see Subscribe or Bookmark options on any of the threads I've viewed so far. Are they no longer available or am I missing something obvious (wouldn't be unusual! :? )?

Paul G.

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Re: compendium of forum knowledge

Post by GeoffB » Thu Feb 26, 2009 4:45 pm

Hi Paul,

I'm afraid they're no longer available. They disappeared in the latest software upgrade. I find the simplest way now to bookmark pages is to use the "favourites" function on my web browser and create a favourites folder just for Delcamp pages.

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Re: compendium of forum knowledge

Post by alaudacorax » Thu Feb 26, 2009 9:08 pm

Thanks Geoff, I'll do that.

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Re: Help Please creating a compendium of forum knowledge

Post by Jonathan Zwi » Thu Jul 23, 2009 6:32 am

Vesuvio wrote:Hello sleuths,

When I look at my Inbox, the messages are usually marked with:
PM 1.jpg
blue for a message I have read and red for a new one. The blue symbol also marks messages in my Sent messages.

Today I noticed that some of my messages (in both areas) are marked:
PM 2.jpg
with an additional "radioactive sign" superimposed on the basic symbol.

Does anyone have any idea what this means, please?

Best wishes, V :?:

I am also wondering about the radioactive sign...

?!

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Re: Compendium of Forum Knowledge

Post by GeoffB » Thu Jul 23, 2009 6:40 pm

The PM icons are a bit like smileys. They are chosen by the sender of the message, and I suppose they mean whatever he or she intends them to mean. I've seen the radioactive icon mentioned elsewhere as a suitable indication that a message relates to some sort of problem or difficult issue.

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robertss

Post by robertss » Sun Aug 09, 2009 4:07 pm

i cant see the sheet music i want :(

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Post by Paul » Sun Aug 09, 2009 5:19 pm

robertss wrote:i cant see the sheet music i want :(
Hi Robert,

I see you haven't introduced yourself yet. Please consider doing so here -> viewforum.php?f=28 and then we can let you know how to get the most out of the forum.

You can also have a look at this page. It has a general introduction to the Delcamp forum. The important things you need to know are explained there including how to get to the music.

Regards,

Paul

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Re: Compendium of Forum Knowledge

Post by Paul » Sun Sep 06, 2009 3:39 pm

Is it just me or have the icons for busy topics (more than 25 posts) been static for quite some time?
viewtopic.php?f=42&t=24921&p=329411#p329411

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Re: Compendium of Forum Knowledge

Post by GeoffB » Sun Sep 06, 2009 9:22 pm

I hadn't noticed but yes, you're right. It must have happened in one of the software updates.

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Re: Compendium of Forum Knowledge

Post by Paul » Tue Oct 27, 2009 7:49 pm

How to change your email address

Follow these steps.

1. Click on your username at the top right of the forum page and select User Control Panel from the menu
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2. Click on Profile
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3. Click on Edit Account Settings
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4. Change your old email address to your new address and confirm it on the line below
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5. Enter your password and click submit.
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Re: Compendium of Forum Knowledge

Post by Bonita » Thu Oct 29, 2009 12:20 am

Hello all.

I am sure I saw some information on how to post photographs and you tube in your post when I was on the Forum yesterday but cannot find it today.

Can someone point the way?

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Re: Compendium of Forum Knowledge

Post by Hans W » Thu Oct 29, 2009 12:25 am

guitarwoman wrote:Hello all.

I am sure I saw some information on how to post photographs and you tube in your post when I was on the Forum yesterday but cannot find it today.

Can someone point the way?
Its all still there on the Index (1st) page viewtopic.php?f=1&t=24921#p242665

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