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Re: Link missing in German version of http://lilypond.org/doc/v2.19/Docu
Jean Abou Samra
Re: Link missing in German version of http://lilypond.org/doc/v2.19/Documentation/notation/displaying-chords
Wed, 28 Apr 2021 22:39:03 +0200
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Le 28/04/2021 à 13:23, James a écrit :
On 28/04/2021 12:16, Jean Abou Samra wrote:
Le 28/04/2021 à 12:38, James a écrit :
On 26/04/2021 07:42, Johannes Feulner wrote:
for Deutsch and Español
This is a 2.19 set of pages. I am not sure we're going to care about
The current unstable is 2.23. If change that URL above to v2.23 then
the link works.
the link to "Klaus Ignatzek (Literature List)" does not work: Not
Found. The link to
is not not working.
Funny enough, the page
is in German but does not show German or Español as selectable
Where are you jumping from to this? Are you just putting random
strings at the end of the URLs in your browser? I cannot get to
Uh, is there a reason for the rudeness??
That is in your imagination. Terse perhaps. Rude no.
I'm exhausted by people imaging they are being slighted in emails,
please tell me how you'd like me to preface emails I send to you in
the future and I'll make sure I do that.
I asked a simple question
> Where are you jumping from to this?
This was so I can see if I can see the same problem as you.
You didn't state anything useful I could work with just a 'random' URL
that may or may not be expected to work.
However it seems asking this simple question helped because you then
I do see the problem, in the German and Spanish pages as the report
says, even in 2.23. On the page
in the second paragraph under the title "Akkordbezeichnungen
anpassen", the link the parentheses, "(siehe Literatur)", is
which yields a 404.
Which is all I wanted to know.
It looks like you didn't realize there were two different persons in the
thread, right? Granted, Johannes and Jean is the same name in the end
I was merely surprised by the "random strings" part. Anyway, let's agree
that there was a misunderstanding and move on. I created