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When viewing my feed, I was seeing someone else's feed, and it showed their profile picture in place of mine, after clicking "My profile" it took me to their profile, but resolved itself there.
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The LaTeX equations are not editable, once created you can only edit them as a picture (title, description, position), but the equation itself cannot be edited anymore. This is annoying as I made a mistake in my formula, but now I have to type the whole thing again. Could you please make the LaTeX formulas editable?
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I submitted my project to the "Anything Goes" round.
I just wanted to say that the submittal form was surprisingly informative. Putting the requirements up front where people can see them, clearly stated, is a welcome change from the rest of the internet.
We're the high-tech crowd, and it's nice that we have a system that's clear and easy to use.
when I'm on this project site, I get the login/signup bar on the top https://hackaday.io/project/11911-routaboard - but I'm actually logged in already and don't see that on any other projects.
https://hackaday.io/project/37-Feedback---Hackaday-Projects this link from the menu is broken. And I was an alberto for a second.
Apparently the site experienced "problems"...
Seen the over capacity screen and the 403 on log file update. Looks like HaD need to add a few more RPi servers or cut back on those bling-bling?
maybe the 404 robot takes too many resources ? :-D
My most recent build log (link below) contains a list with 5 elements, but only 3 are shown.
When I edit the log, all 5 elements are shown, but the submitted version only shows 3 lines.
(It's the only list in the post, near the bottom.)
Apparently, looking at the project page shows only 3 lines, but looking at the log as its own page shows all 5 lines.
Go to the project page (link below), scroll down to the build logs section, it's the most recent build log. The list is near the bottom.
When I go to the log link, shown in the previous message, it shows the entire 5-item list.
Using bog-standard Chromium install under linux, with no unusual extensions. Same thing happens in my heavily-extended Mozilla, so I suspect it's a problem on your side.
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I posted a comment (below) about noting the 5-day response period in the prize winner E-mail.
Dusan responded once, but I received 6 E-mails saying that he had responded. Each was identical, each referred to the comment below.
Probably should only send out 1 E-mail when someone responds, even if it is Dusan :-)
Sorry Peter, that was probably me : )
I'm having trouble seeing my logs on the logs feed (https://hackaday.io/project/6938/logs/), it says I have 15 logs, but it only allows me to see 2 pages and there are only 3 logs per page... so 6 in total. I think there's something terribly wrong with the log pages, other project pages have the same issue, can you check please?
Good catch! Fixed now
Thank you :)
Greetings Sophi - simple question -
How does one edit/manage/delete Project LOGS ? - (they seem to be locked after you post them.. or I am not seeing the clicky things to press).
I have a number of dead links I need to update is the reason for me asking.
Thanks for your time and attention......
chiprobot aka Gareth
there is a link in brown/orange at the top of each log's page :-)
you can either edit or delete.
.....Perfect Yann..... its been troubling me for a while now....
I now know my error after checking your tip.... I was looking on the main project page.... and not firstly clicking the actual Project Log to go to its hidey hole.
Thanks again...... (well not really thanks because I now have a lot of digging and re-linking todo :-)
Highest Regard Gareth
I think there is an issue with the followers statistic on projects, I have a project that says there are 12 followers, when I click to see details there are only 7 followers:
Also, I'm not getting email alerts for new followers on my projects - checked my spam folder, they aren't going there so I think they are not going out. Something funky is going on.
Over 30 years ago I worked at Fairchild in San Jose, Ca. We had a computer running the diffusion tubes. To make IC's . It used all the same things plus more. It took three computers per eight bank of tubes. They were 16 bit CPU's with 16k core memories in the master and 8k of core memories in the slave computers. We were making the 8088 cpu for Intel. I repaired the PCB for this computers.
It seems this is the wrong thread but I'd be glad to see the original thread.
I’am a new user on this site.
I was not awarewhen I selecting the interest domains, I signed up for all the projects in that domain.
Is there a fast way to delete them all? Or must I go to all the entries and on-“Follow” themone by one.
Pleas Gif me Info
when I click 'read more' on a truncated project log, it loads a new page and puts me back at the top of the log. It should jump to where I was when I clicked the button.
My project is one of the 20 recent winners, and I received an E-mail notification.
I only discovered by chance that I have only 5 days to respond to the E-mail in order to claim the prize. There is no mention of this in the E-mail, perhaps there should be.
For my part I was offline for 2 days, and then I have questions about the W9 form. This is a team from our hackerspace - should the prize money go to me personally, or should it go to the space? H&R Block was of the opinion that it should go to the space, but the contest rules specifically say it goes to an individual.
I would have *liked* to ask the directors of the hackerspace about this, but I'm running out of my 5-days to respond so I just filled it out in my name.
Please consider putting a note about the 5 days in the announcement E-mail.
oops. Different type of prizes. :( Never mind.
I've been updated a private draft on one of my projects, and it bumps the project up to the top of the feed. I'm okay with the extra visibility, but it seems to be a bug in logic. Only visible changes should do that imo
Unable to add new log.
Added log here:
Posted log here:
And I can't save as draft either.
I opened a new tab, re-done "new log" procedure and I copied-pasted from the older window - to see if this "too large" request is somehow related to a connection timeout/security timeout problem. The same error.
It is possible the [code snippet] is responsible, because the code is more than 1000 lines.
At this time I am unable to add new logs. Please advise.
Later edit: fixed that by removing "c++ syntax" highlighting from code snippet. Just "No highlight".
I am unable to see the "Submit to Hackaday Prize" link/button on my project page.
I'd like to submit this project. Can you help?
Hi Justin! It's on the drop down below your project's profile photo. Submit to...
Thanks Sophi! I will add some more deets before I submit.
I'm getting intermittent 404 pages from some of the HAD winners posted today. It's 12:09 AM Eastern time in the US (on Tuesday morning).
I've gotten three now - the most recent is https://hackaday.io/project/11225-a-new-high-accuracy-tilt-sensor which is definitely a valid page, but sometimes it pops up with your flying bender 404 page. (https://hackaday.io/project/11225-a-new-high-accuracy-tilt-sensor was the first one I got. It's also fine now.)
The first two I originally thought might be a typo or something on my part, but I'm only clicking on the links and after the 2nd one failed I started being careful and watchful.
Using linux Cinnamon recently (Sat) updated to current, using Firefox. Nothing special on my side, it looks to be on your end.
some intermittent 404 for me too, and some chat messages don't go through...
Did you see 'I'd like if we had the "IGNORE" button on profile pages' on stack? https://hackaday.io/page/1717-id-like-if-we-had-the-ignore-button-on-profile-pages#comments
RSS please! We need RSS for people's new projects, and for people's new comments, and for new comments on projects and for project updates. Just too many updates to follow on the web page.
Hey the activity feed thing on @oshpark's page is pretty slick!
Yes, I'm jealous ;-)
me too :)
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