Following on from the Easter Egg thread, I will give a few hints here. The first one is not really a hint but a dead give-away because otherwise you would never find it.
Easter Egg 1:
Go to any page in pali in latin script and press ALT-M.
That’s it. See what happens.
This will be extremely exciting for some and very boring for others
Explanation: In the beginning, ṃ was more widely available in many fontsets and hence became more widely used. When it came to usage on SuttaCentral, Bhante Sujato was unable to persuade his colleagues to change to ṁ, so it stayed with ṃ. So you have the possibility to choose now.
That’s too bad. But considering that it’s just a joke I will not do any troubleshooting on this. I suspect that when Firefox is able to upgrade their browser in May a lot of those problems will disappear.
Thanks for the tip @Vimala . I would have never thought to spontaneously pres Alt+M within SC just to see what happens. The few key combos (you know, like Ctrl+X, Ctrl+C, Ctrl+V) I use are always assumed to be something Firefox itself listens to, but not the site I’m visiting.
I don’t get the point with the photos – but, having noted the “Bildschirmfoto…” file designations that appear when the cursor hovers over them did lead to discovering how to upload images – here’s the test:
And nice video clip from one of the StarWars series I haven’t seen. Yoda seems StarWars equivalent of an ariya.? Interesting too the association – the kid (child Darth Vader?) mentions only the feeling of cold; Yoda senses (~ dhamma-eye?) great fear; in classical Chinese medical correspondences, “kidney” (deepest, constitutional) energetic functionality associates with both cold and fear.
The pictures are answers to the original poster’s questions quoted each time before the respective pics. I guess you were mainly wondering about those referred to No. 3 “Who is Yodha?”. The pictures are:
How Yodha defines themselves in their user profile (taken from a post related to the new SC website)
What the Pali dictionary says
A link Ven. Yodha is making between their name and the Star Wars character Yoda.
The fourth question of the original poster “Why do you read the suttas?” made me look at these quotes displayed on the homepage of SC, and there was just one that didn’t quite right fit into the category! That’s the one in the last screenshot. And then I added the source where this quote is actually from, that’s the video.