If there's a validation error when saving taxonomy editor form, button is below the bottom of the screen so isn't clickable
When editing an image that was added inside a page (with button "add media"). Alignment to the left or right of the text seems possible (right click on the image, click on "image properties" and specify left/right alignment) but after saving the edited page, the alignment is not kept. The same happens with all three internet explorer programs that I tested (Firefox, Chrome and Explorer). Is there a way to solve this problem?
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When I go to image-> add and drag and drop an image into the upload tab of the media browser in IE 9.0.8112, the image opens up in a page for viewing, rather than being listed for uploading.
Is it possible to change the number of page summaries in the main block of the frontpage.
I think that it will be possible to keep the default frontpage on our s2.bebol.myspecies.org site by presenting page summaries in the main block instead of images. Unfortunately, there are currently 5 pages presented in this main block and spacing between each page is too large. For a better layout (allowing an alignment with the welcome message), is it possible to change the number of page summaries presented on the front page and to reduce the spacing between them?
Information taken from Google Doc - Portal Feedback Specification
A new comments extension to DwC-A would be developed to feed subsequent comments back to the portal (in practice all comments on all content will be in this file). As an example (derived from http://www.openannotation.org/spec/core/)
Fields:http://www.w3.org/ns/oa#hasTarget the identifier of the object being commented on - here you could merge the uri and inreplyto parameters such that, if the target is another annotation, the comment is in reply to the target, and if the target is not, it is a direct comment about that object. It might be useful to have a column with the type of object that the target is (e.g. dwc:Taxon / gbif:Image / gbif:Reference / oa:Annotation) http://www.w3.org/ns/oa#hasBody the comment itself
Pensoft have changed their format, so we need to update our code.
When the module is first enabled, the CKEditor profile is not associated with the Publication HTML format, and this needs to be done manually.
when accessing to the site using Google Chrome, there is a small icon on the top of each page, on the left side of the title of the site 'belgian network for DNA barcoding'. Is it possible to remove this and how?
When accessing the site 's2.bebol.myspecies.info' with google chrome, there is a small icon on the top of each page, on the left of the title of the site 'Belgian network for DNA barcoding'. Is it possible to remove this? How?
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We have an issue with the labelling of images in our Pleistocene bryozoan Scratchpad (http://pleistocenekokemushi.myspecies.info/). This concerns instances where we describe a species using the qualifiers 'cf.' or 'aff.' but wish to include images (figures and text) of the original species description as media files. When we add the taxonomic names to these images they are of course automatically captioned with 'cf.' or 'aff.', but this is incorrect as they represent the species itself. Is there a way of getting round this problem?
Thanks for your help in this matter.
I have found that any image I have tried to edit that has a location is impossible to edit, either in slickgrid or editing the image metadata directly. To edit any image with a location, I have had to delete the location and move it into the comments before saving the image. So, location data is currently not useful to us at all for images (cyperaceae.e-monocot.org).
When an editor logs in to amend a species account, or other taxonomy record they receive 'Access Denied'
Checked on http://urostylididae.myspecies.info
On SP1 sites with forums the migrated SP2 version has forums but on the tools page they are not shown as "on".
Some images behave differently than others. Now this still applies to the two images "picture-10.jpg" and "picture-22.jpg" uploaded by the scratchpads team. When I click on them in the media gallery, a small window opens saying "image 1 of 2". From here, it is not possible to edit these images, because the cogwheel (the editing symbol) vanishes when the cursor comes closer.
I edited these images from content \ image. In some other images this helped (originally there were six behaving like this), and the image behaved normally afterwards. Here, however, it didn't change anything.
And if I try to delete such an image, it says: "This file is currently in use and may cause problems if deleted." How is it possible to delete a file without causing problems?
Can I change the sequence in which the information appears on the taxon pages?
Example: Under the newly added species Nectandra ovatocautata (http://s2.lauraceae.myspecies.info/taxonomy/term/18307#), the sequence of the headings now is Family - Genus - Species - Usage - Reference - Additional type data - Reference for current status - Original type data.
I would prefer a slightly different sequence: Family - Genus - Species - Reference - Usage - Reference for current status - Original type data - Additional type data.
Would that be possible?
When I click on "Literature", it still says "Either no literature content has been added to this site, or it has not yet been indexed. Indexing can take up to one hour, so please check back later" - months after the site has been migrated.
However, the literature data are there (somewhere). When I added a new taxonomic name (Nectandra ovatocautata), it was possible to select one of the references.
When I tried to edit another taxonomic name, I noted that the literature citations appearing in the dropdown list are obviously based on a string contained in the title of the article. Wouldn't it make more sense to have them based on the author?
The URL where I tried this is http://s2.lauraceae.myspecies.info/category/lauraceae/lauraceae/acrodiclidium#overlay=admin/structure/taxonomy/lauraceae_taxonomy//10523%3Fdestination%3Dtaxonomy/term/10523
I just noticed that when you delete a media gallery, all images related to that gallery are also deleted. Not sure that is the intent, though it sort of makes sense. However someone may want to reuse those images in another gallery?
I tested this locally and on the solanaceae site on quartz
Simon and I tried to enable the Publication Module on the eMoncoot Dioscoreaceae site (http://dioscoreaceae.e-monocot.org/)We experience a number of issues:
We should test the module on other sites (Scratchpads and eMonocot) prior to the Pensoft meeting (3rd April 2013)
If data is deleted from a map, the 'empty' map still remains on the taxon page. Expected behaviour is for map not to be visible if no data present.