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  •  Now you have me terrified. (8+ / 0-)

    I will start working on something now...

    And what the fuck is wrong with my mojo?! It's still broke.

    (-7.62/-7.90) .....It was their destruction. They delved too greedily and too deep... Gimli in Moria, JRR Tolkien

    by Lorinda Pike on Mon Feb 14, 2011 at 05:25:30 PM PST

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    •  Kos posted somewhere (9+ / 0-)

      (might have been on the beta site) that mojo will remain a work in progress and to expert weird things for awhile.

      Yas was having big problems with copying and pasting which makes it difficult to get the draft text from a diary saved to a text file in case the site throws a hissy fit. I would strongly advise doing this with any diary. I did it in DK3 and it came in handy a few times.

      If you have problems try to get your diary queued to the group. You do this in the Publications Manager.  Once the diary is queued group editors and admins will be able to see your diary in draft mode and edit if it turns out you need that help.

      I didn't have problems getting the workflow diary up but I published it in the wee hours before the site was under load. That's when things turn ugly on the site.

    •  :( (8+ / 0-)

      I'm givin' you some...

      We'll talk.  It's mostly (except for gobbling up my diary, which I think must have been some momentary glitch caused by Markos wanting to make me suffer for sins I don't know I've committed) formatting issues.  And I'm obsessive about a consistent look (which, you'll note, this diary does not have).

      And other quirks, too... but we'll talk.  At least I've been through it now, so we'll have some sense of what's out there waiting for us.  (Assuming they're not constantly switching things around -- which you just know they'll do to confuse us... er... I mean fix things.)

      "Institutional racism doesn't require intent. It's more like inertia." --blindyone

      by Yasuragi on Mon Feb 14, 2011 at 05:55:57 PM PST

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