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shagrugge
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permalink   Sun, Jan 8, 2006 @ 6:03 AM
I rated a couple of tracks on the new rating system (ability to rate with stars listed under actual rating)…and thought it was great…until the third or fourth time then I got an “error on page” issue when rating a song and haven’t been able to rate a track since.

Maybe a browser shutdown and restart or reboot might fix this but just thought I would post about this error existing.

The new rating system will be great and probably make for alot more ratings being done. Rating by clicking on a button was cumbersome, whereas with this way you can listen to track and rate it while listening.
fourstones
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permalink   Sun, Jan 8, 2006 @ 4:35 PM
wups.

what browser and platform are you on?
shagrugge
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permalink   Sun, Jan 8, 2006 @ 4:43 PM
Quote: wups.

what browser and platform are you on?


I tried with both latest version of firefox and Internet Explorer…both had an “error on page” after rating a couple of tracks…I’m not sure where/how the rating variable values are being stored in the code, but that is where I would check.
fourstones
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permalink   Mon, Jan 9, 2006 @ 10:21 AM
I only see problems when I try to do too many reviews too quickly (like a second apart), but even there, a refresh (F5) fixes that.

are you on a slow connection by any chance?

IE has a mode you could set.

“Tool” menu
“Internet Option” menu item
“Advanced” tab
‘Display a notificatin about every script error’ checkbox (in the list)

Check this option send me the detailed information you see there the next time it happens.

Thanks,
Victor
fourstones
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permalink   Fri, Jan 13, 2006 @ 2:48 PM
hey shag, I keep trying to reproduce what you’re describing but couldn’t make it happen. If you see it again make sure to let me know.

Thanks!
VS
fourstones
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permalink   Sat, Jan 14, 2006 @ 3:32 PM
huh.

There are three variations:

1) You have already rated it (or you’re not logged in) you should see one row of “filled in” stars and a rating number

2) No one has rated it, you should one row of “blank” stars with a “<< rate” caption next to it


3) Some one has rated it but not you: you should TWO rows of stars, the top one looks like (1) and bottom one looks like (2)

What are you seeing?

VS
fourstones
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permalink   Sat, Jan 14, 2006 @ 3:43 PM
ah, two questions:

This ONLY happens when it hasn’t been previously rated, otherwise your ratings “take”?

What browser/platform are you on?

(I’m taking a break so sorry if I don’t reply right away)

VS
fourstones
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permalink   Sat, Jan 14, 2006 @ 4:38 PM
dr.: I love ya.

Found it, fixed it.

This would also account for the troubles mentioned above.

(Now we’ll see what my “fix” broke ;)

VS