[SOLVED] I can't edit songs

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Super Member
Joined: 13.12.2016
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I can only edit songs when I am on the English version of LT. When I try with other languages there's an error page. Confused smile

Editor
Joined: 07.07.2014

The same for me

Moderator and Scholar of a Dark Age
Joined: 16.02.2011

I've reported it to the admins.
For now, just change to the English interface of you want to edit something.

Super Member
Joined: 27.06.2016

I think I add my problems here for now.
1) I couldn’t login using my Google account – had to use login and password.
2) There again something broken in usernames: in the top menu I have my new Latin name, but above the comment box my old Cyrillic is displayed.

Super Member
Joined: 13.12.2016

There's also some of LT rules on the translation requests' page and they hide the requests. I only see them when I choose French language.
It looks like this:
http://img15.hostingpics.net/pics/117855bug.png

Super Member
Joined: 27.06.2016
Иван Устюжанин wrote:

1) I couldn’t login using my Google account – had to use login and password.

This is now fixed, I successfully logged in using my Google account.

lt
Administrator
Joined: 27.05.2008
Klou wrote:

There's also some of LT rules on the translation requests' page and they hide the requests. I only see them when I choose French language.
It looks like this:
http://img15.hostingpics.net/pics/117855bug.png

Thanks for your report, @Klou. It is fixed.

lt
Administrator
Joined: 27.05.2008
Ivan U7n wrote:

I think I add my problems here for now.
1) I couldn’t login using my Google account – had to use login and password.
2) There again something broken in usernames: in the top menu I have my new Latin name, but above the comment box my old Cyrillic is displayed.

Both things should be fixed.

Super Member
Joined: 13.12.2016

Thank you! Regular smile There's an other thing to correct: when you want to add a song you have to select the language and the languages are classified according to alphabetical order. The thing is that they are currently classified according to their names in English. Each language remains at the same spot even when you change the language of LT. But languages aren't spelled the same way in different languages and so when you're using LT with a language that is not English, the languages of the list aren't classified according to their first letter (I don't know if what I'm saying is understandable) and so it's quite confusing.

lt
Administrator
Joined: 27.05.2008
Klou wrote:

with a language that is not English, the languages of the list aren't classified according to their first letter (I don't know if what I'm saying is understandable) and so it's quite confusing.

It should be better now

Super Member
Joined: 13.12.2016

Yes, it is. Thank you Teeth smile