I wrote only one article and 7 technical blogs. But today i have seen that there are 4 articles and 4 technical blogs. Its really annoying me much more. Code project authority can you please take necessary steps for that?
I wrote a new article today Multi-Core Binary File Splitter[^], When I submited the article for the first time the checkBox "Mark this article as Updated" was checked.
Thereby, When the article was publicly submitted for the first time it was marked as Updated instead of New. I don't know If this is due to the checkBox "Mark this article as Updated". Although, if this checkBox is checked and the article is submitted for the first time It might be more appropriate to mark it as New instead of Updated.
You can see through the Revisons tab that this article has only one revision. I think that I submitted one of my articles some time ago with the checkBox checked and I didn't face this issue (the article was marked as New).
This was a problem with how we handled dates and times. In once case we just stored the date, in another we stored the date and time, and since these were different, the system thought it was an updated version.
I expected it to show up, but be in "Review" status or something.
Instead it seems to be stuck in the Composing state. I know I've posted a few times about this and I'm not upset. If this is the way article posting works it is fine. Just trying to get to the bottom of it. For a day or so I thought I had totally lost my article.
Thanks for any help.
* emphasis for visibility, not to denote that I'm upset.
Hi Chris, I have posted an article(How does it work in C#? - Part 3 (C# Linq in detail)
) on 13th May 2012. In the article first post date is showing 13th May 2012 but update date is 1 Jan 1900. As a result, this article is not showing on the latest article section of the codeproject. Hope you could help me, plz. Thank you.
The following happens when trying to update my article in the online editor:
1. I am using an up-to-date version of Chrome
2. I open the Article I wish to edit (In this case my MineCraft Server Management program)
3. I place the text cursor in front of a bullet point (numbered bullet point)
4. I press and hold the Ctrl key then press the left arrow key
Result: Chrome shows its "Aww Snap" page - the entire page is broken by this one simple (unintentional) command (I had meant to press and hold ctrl + shift). Anyway, since this causes such a mjor break in the page I thought I'd submit a bug report so here it is.
Hope this gives enough info - it's not a very insightful result but a pretty major one...
I wish - I really wish - that I could claim responsibility for killing Chrome.
Unfortunately I think this is something that I will, again, have to cede to Google's coders.
(And I'm not just saying that because my Galaxy Tab is the most flaky tablet I've ever used in my life. )
[Edit: what's really cool is that if you have a bunch of other tabs open every single one of them breaks too. I thought the whole thing with Chrome's tabs was that they were separate processes and hence Immune From Destruction. Or something.]
My suggestion to fix these issues is this. Put all of the messages that were converted from comments into a single thread. Perhaps give the thread starter message the title "Classic Comments" (or something like that) and a body explaining the old comment system and why some of the messages may appear jumbled. This would make people aware of why the messages have issues and it would put them in the previous order (newer lower).
We were going to do that but there were many comment threads that were on totally different topics and so deserved to be in separate threads. Remember that we only added hierarchy after many posts had already been posted.
In your specific case it looks like the comments were transferred over incorrectly. We'll get that sorted out. (sorted? Geddit?)
What a productive person the author is. I see that the update was published on 1st January 1900.
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