Fanlore talk:Bug Tracking

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#41 doesn't seem to be a problem anymore.

Doro fixed it by creating List of Disambiguation Pages.--æþel 02:01, 7 December 2010 (UTC)

The add button takes me to a blank page. I just tried to search for John/Ronon to see if any pages had text needing to be wiki linked and I got this: Query failed: index wiki_incremental,wiki_main: syntax error, unexpected '/', expecting $end near '/Ronon'. I am experiencing general very poor performance--page load times measured in minutes--so I don't know if this is all related. --facetofcathy 16:46, 27 March 2011 (UTC)

I just tried the ADD button and got the same thing. If you enter John/Ronon into the search box and hit GO, you should get to the page, but I also got that error message when I hit SEARCH instead. This problem will be reported!--æþel 22:26, 27 March 2011 (UTC)

Font Size

What happened to the font size in galleries, TOCs, etc? Everything there looks so much bigger now than all the regular text. >_< --Doro 18:36, 27 May 2011 (UTC)

What browser and wiki skin are you using? MPH also reported this and the last change (to fix the subpage creation bug) I made had nothing to wiki skins. --Awils1 04:47, 28 May 2011 (UTC)
Firefox 4 and the default skin (WordPress). It looks better already after your latest changes. :) Things that still look too big to me: metadata on file pages (things like "Orientation", "Show extended details", etc.), the file history (Date/Time, Thumbnail, Dimensions, User, Comment and all the information given under these headers), all the text people add when they use ImageSummaryTemplates, including the thumbnail text if an image is included in the image summary (see File:Merlinbathing.jpg), the words "Contents" and "hide" in the TOC (I noticed it mostly because the Right Kind of Monster cover on the Vampire Big Bang page used to fit neatly under the infobox and now it doesn't anymore), the page names on all the index pages you see when you click on a category. --Doro 08:47, 28 May 2011 (UTC)

+1 on #64 (references not showing when logged out)

I was just coming here to report this happening to me and saw at least one other person had run across the same problem. --Sk 21:50, 12 January 2012 (UTC)

Systems has been notified. So far, they only have a work-around: if the page also contains <splist>, move <splist> to the bottom of the page. Apparently the code for <splist> and for <references/> interfere with each other. Using {{ListSubpages}} instead of <splist> also works.--æþel 22:38, 12 January 2012 (UTC)
The page that didn't show refs for me most recently was the T'Pring page; I went into edit view and it doesn't seem to contain <splist> anywhere. But thanks for notifying Systems -- refs make many a page richer and it'd be sad if a large section of non-fanlore-account-holding users didn't get to see them, so I hope there'll be a fix-fix at some point. :) --Sk 23:09, 12 January 2012 (UTC)