Jean Weber | 31 Aug 23:04 2014
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Away for 9 days

I'm heading off into the outback again in an hour and will have limited or
no internet access for a week. I hope no one will need my answers to
questions in a hurry.

--Jean

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Jean Weber | 31 Aug 22:54 2014
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Re: duplicated messages from the list

Leo, those were three different messages, not all the same one. -- Jean

On Sunday, 31 August 2014, Leo Moons <leo.moons <at> telenet.be> wrote:

> Hi Milos,
>
> I had no similar experience except Jean's yesterday's message starting
> with "I failed to send this to the list." arrived 3 times in my mailbox,
> but maybe Jean can tell what happened.
>
> Best regards
>
> Leo
> Op 31-08-14 om 07:40 schreef Milos Sramek:
>
>> Hi,
>>
>> I have a problem with this mailing list: I get each message at least
>> twice, but sometimes even 5 times. The copies do not come together, but
>> over a poeriod of a few hours. I am on several TDF mailinglists, but
>> only this one has the problem.
>>
>> Do you observe the problem too?
>>
>> thanks
>> Milos
>>
>>
>
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Sigrid Carrera | 31 Aug 18:50 2014
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Re: duplicated messages from the list

Hi Milos,

the software is mlmmj (or something very similar to that).

On 31 August 2014 18:13, Milos Sramek <msramek22 <at> gmail.com> wrote:

> Hi Sigrid,
>
> thank you for letting me know - I've just used an incorrect identity
> this time, I am registered with msramek22 <at> gmail.com (used no).
> Im am not registered on Nabble, so the problem will not be related to
> that. I also get several copies of each email from the list, not only
> replies to moine, so this is probably not related to to address.
>

ok, that would indeed rule this out. (It was just an idea of mine). :)

>
> Do you happen to know which software runs the list? I've even translated
> its stringd to Slovak, but forgot its name. It was 4 letters, I think,
> something like ljnl or so.
>

as said above, it should be something like mlmmj.

Sigrid

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Leo Moons | 31 Aug 15:27 2014
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Re: duplicated messages from the list

Hi Milos,

I had no similar experience except Jean's yesterday's message starting 
with "I failed to send this to the list." arrived 3 times in my mailbox, 
but maybe Jean can tell what happened.

Best regards

Leo
Op 31-08-14 om 07:40 schreef Milos Sramek:
> Hi,
>
> I have a problem with this mailing list: I get each message at least
> twice, but sometimes even 5 times. The copies do not come together, but
> over a poeriod of a few hours. I am on several TDF mailinglists, but
> only this one has the problem.
>
> Do you observe the problem too?
>
> thanks
> Milos
>

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Sigrid Carrera | 31 Aug 15:22 2014
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Re: duplicated messages from the list

Hi Milos,

your email you sent was in our moderation list... so you're not subscribed
with the account you were sending the message.

What I could imagine, is that you registered on Nabble with one (or more)
different email addresses and have registered there (by mistake) several
times. A registration on Nabble, does, as far as I know, not count as a
subscription automatically to the mailing list. So maybe check the
registrations on Nabble and see, if there are multiple accounts there for
you.

Sigrid

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Tom Davies | 31 Aug 12:19 2014
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Re: duplicated messages from the list

Hi :)
I've not seen that on any TDF mailing-list.  Duplicates happen sometimes
but i think GMail filters them out for me. Is there any chance you have
subscribed with a few different accounts?  or maybe you have subscribed
with a different account than you used for the other mailing-lists and that
one somehow gets forwarded all around your other accounts?

Could you try unsubscribing from this mailing list and see if you still get
mails?  Then keep unsubscribing from this mailing-list with all other email
accounts that you might have signed up with?  Then just resubscribe with
just the 1 account?

I can't think why else you would be getting so many copies of emails.
Regards from
Tom :)

On 31 August 2014 06:40, Milos Sramek <sramek.milos <at> gmail.com> wrote:

> Hi,
>
> I have a problem with this mailing list: I get each message at least
> twice, but sometimes even 5 times. The copies do not come together, but
> over a poeriod of a few hours. I am on several TDF mailinglists, but
> only this one has the problem.
>
> Do you observe the problem too?
>
> thanks
> Milos
>
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Milos Sramek | 31 Aug 07:40 2014
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duplicated messages from the list

Hi,

I have a problem with this mailing list: I get each message at least
twice, but sometimes even 5 times. The copies do not come together, but
over a poeriod of a few hours. I am on several TDF mailinglists, but
only this one has the problem.

Do you observe the problem too?

thanks
Milos

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Jean Weber | 30 Aug 12:13 2014
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Re: problem w/Base Handbook

Tom, please pay attention. Alan found a problem with references to the
Englsih Getting Started guide, which he did not realise has changed in
GSv4.2. Starting from scratch translating either the German 4.2 or 4.3
Base Handbook into English would not solve the problem because
references from the Base Handbook to the Getting Started Guide would
still be wrong.

I have just forwarded to the list three notes that I had written
earlier but failed to send as reply to all; instead I replied only to
Alan, so everyone else won't have seen them. In the third I mention
where the previous version of the Getting Started chapter is now
located, renamed as a tutorial.

Robert, does the previous English GS chapter, which is now available
as a tutorial, cover the missing info? If so, Alan can just change the
references from GS to the tutorial. Or we could include that tutorial
in the Handbook as an Appendix; that would work too, perhaps better
than sending people to a separate document. But either of those
solutions depends on whether the tutorial covers the necessary info.

--Jean

On Sat, Aug 30, 2014 at 6:33 PM, Tom Davies <tomcecf <at> gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi :)
> Ahh, i thought this was going to be done by only re-translating the bits
> that changed rather than starting from scratch each time?  I think starting
> from scratch occasionally might be a good idea to make sure everything
> really is covered.
>
> Now the question is whether to do the polishing off to Hazel's work on the
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Jean Weber | 30 Aug 12:09 2014
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Re: problem w/Base Handbook

I failed to send this to the list.

On Sat, Aug 30, 2014 at 10:21 AM, Jean Weber <jeanweber <at> gmail.com> wrote:
> The GS with Base chapter for LOv4.0 (available on the Publications
> page of the wiki) does cover the Table Design View, but the one for
> v4.2 does not. A quick solution to your immediate problem is to
> explicitly refer to the GS v4.0 chapter.
>
> --Jean
>
>
> On Sat, Aug 30, 2014 at 10:02 AM, Jean Weber <jeanweber <at> gmail.com> wrote:
>> The reason for the discrepancy is that the Getting Started chapter has
>> changed since that was written. The previous chapter is now a
>> standalone document, which should be referenced here instead of the GS
>> chapter. It should be, but isn't, listed on the Publications page of
>> the wiki. I'll find where it's gone, and let you know. And I'll list
>> it on the wiki page.
>>
>> Thanks for catching this.
>>
>> --Jean
>>
>>
>> On Sat, Aug 30, 2014 at 8:44 AM, Alan Cook <alanc492 <at> gmail.com> wrote:
>>> Hello all,
>>>
>>> I'm updating the English translation of the Base Handbook from 3.5 to 4.2,
>>> and have run across a problem concerning which I'd appreciate some advice
>>> and feedback.
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Jean Weber | 30 Aug 12:09 2014
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Re: problem w/Base Handbook

I failed to send this to the list.

On Sat, Aug 30, 2014 at 10:02 AM, Jean Weber <jeanweber <at> gmail.com> wrote:
> The reason for the discrepancy is that the Getting Started chapter has
> changed since that was written. The previous chapter is now a
> standalone document, which should be referenced here instead of the GS
> chapter. It should be, but isn't, listed on the Publications page of
> the wiki. I'll find where it's gone, and let you know. And I'll list
> it on the wiki page.
>
> Thanks for catching this.
>
> --Jean
>
>
> On Sat, Aug 30, 2014 at 8:44 AM, Alan Cook <alanc492 <at> gmail.com> wrote:
>> Hello all,
>>
>> I'm updating the English translation of the Base Handbook from 3.5 to 4.2,
>> and have run across a problem concerning which I'd appreciate some advice
>> and feedback.
>>
>> In Chapter 3, "Tables," the section following the heading *Creating
>> Tables/Creation using the GUI* begins as follows:
>>
>> "Database creation using the GUI is described in detail in Chapter 8,
>> "Getting Started with Base," in the /Getting Started with LibreOffice/ book.
>> Therefore only the main sources of error are described here."
>>
>> The problem is that [the first sentence of] that statement is just plain
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Jean Weber | 30 Aug 12:09 2014
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Re: problem w/Base Handbook

I failed to send this to the list.

On Sat, Aug 30, 2014 at 10:41 AM, Jean Weber <jeanweber <at> gmail.com> wrote:
> Found it. I had turned it into a tutorial, titled "Creating a
> Relational Database using Base", and it was listed in the HowTo and
> Tutorial section of the Publications page. I have now copied that link
> (and the link to the sample database used in the tutorial) to a spot
> just below the Base Handbook on the Pubs page.
>
> I'm not sure how best to refer to that tutorial in the Base Handbook
> itself, or whether we should restore the GS with Base chapter to its
> earlier version, or what the least inelegant solution.
>
> --Jean
>
>
> On Sat, Aug 30, 2014 at 10:21 AM, Jean Weber <jeanweber <at> gmail.com> wrote:
>> The GS with Base chapter for LOv4.0 (available on the Publications
>> page of the wiki) does cover the Table Design View, but the one for
>> v4.2 does not. A quick solution to your immediate problem is to
>> explicitly refer to the GS v4.0 chapter.
>>
>> --Jean
>>
>>
>> On Sat, Aug 30, 2014 at 10:02 AM, Jean Weber <jeanweber <at> gmail.com> wrote:
>>> The reason for the discrepancy is that the Getting Started chapter has
>>> changed since that was written. The previous chapter is now a
>>> standalone document, which should be referenced here instead of the GS
>>> chapter. It should be, but isn't, listed on the Publications page of
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