Translating The Onlinehelp Post questions and comments here
Posted 13 October 2008 - 01:31 PM
italian guides - guide della sezione italiana --- come ottenere aiuto
italian support - sezione italiana --- scaricare la lista server --- i filtri ip
ottenere id alto --- aprire le porte nel router --- recuperare file corrotti
Sembra talco ma non Ŕ serve a darti l'allegrIa! Se lo lanci e poi lo respiri ti dÓ subito l'allegrIa!
Posted 12 November 2008 - 12:16 AM
Also when i have some more time i will try to create a seperate russian help thread, now that the help becomes equally complete like languages such as french, german, etc. but this may take a bit since the cyrillic alphabet makes it a lot harder for me to figure out which topics are missing and which are out of date.
Posted 13 November 2008 - 11:32 AM
Posted 25 November 2008 - 11:12 AM
The screenshots in the topics you resend were too big, reduced in size by the browser and by this hard to read, so i didn't veryified them yet. I think the old english screenshots serve better right now. You will need to resize the screenshots with a image programm of your choice to a small size (in the best case the size of the old screenshot), so that it stays still readable
Also if you want to edit a topic which already exists in your language please use this link:
(Username and password = "guests")
This makes it _much_ easier for me to verify changes because otherwise i have to manually remove old topics from the database first and then reinsert the retransmitted ones. Should be also easier for you as you can see the old topics content and edit it directly. Thanks
Posted 25 November 2008 - 07:59 PM
That is very useful for other languages too. If you change the lang-filter-number, you can choose other language to edit, i.e: http://www.emule-pro...;lang_filter=17, for spanish.
But, What happen if you delete the part of the action in the link? Then you have http://www.emule-pro...ehelp/admin.php
Yes, level1. I suppose your permissions are very restricted in this level... or they aren't?
Posted 25 November 2008 - 08:40 PM
Level 1 can only view most stuff but edit (verify, delete, etc) nothing. But indeed for a complete public account this might still be a bit too much in some areas so I dcreased the restriction level to 0. The topic overview link still works on this level of course.