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#287

Is there any news regarding offline use? I continue to get 0% download whenever I try it.


#288

Hi, can you let us know your OS and browser (including version number)?


#289

Windows 10 Pro (Version 1709)
Google Chrome Version 66.0.3359.170 (Official Build) (64-bit)


#290

Oh, I figured something out - I cleared the download history and it is working now!


#291

Do I need to do something to make it work offline?
When I try to open a Sutta that I haven’t viewed before, I get “Network Error”.


#292

Hi Tara,
Yes, clearing the download history (or the cache of your browser) and then download again and it should work. Let me know how it goes.
Metta
Ven. Vimala


#293

I tried this repeatedly, including updating the browser, clearing browser cache, clearing the download history for SC, and re-downloading, and eventually it worked. I’m not sure what I did differently this final time so that I can use the downloads, but persistence seems to pay off.


#294

That’s good to know. Hopefully over time the experience will improve.


#295

Thanks for the feedback. There have been several reports of the same thing happening and I’ve seen the same on my (Ayya G’s) android. So I will make a GitHub issue for this but it will take some time.


#296

While reading SuttaCentral in the side-by-side format I ran into a strange presentation. Partway down the page, the English and Pali were on the wrong sides, then a little farther down they were back on the correct sides.

I’m still using

Windows 10 Pro (Version 1709)
Google Chrome Version 66.0.3359.170 (Official Build) (64-bit)


#297

It’s not easily reproducible, but occasionally I open a sutta and the page is blank until I refresh it. Sorry that this is rather non-specific…


#298

Huh, well that’s a new one! I can see the same bug, so it must be a glitch in the coding of the the files, I guess. @Blake, can you check this and see whether the latest export from Pootle might have caused this?

If this happens again, before refreshing, can you open the browser “inspect” tools, go to the “console” tab and see if it says anything?


#299

You mean this sort of message?

Failed to load SuttaCentral
_=1527557675147: No ‘Access-Control-Allow-Origin’ header is present on the requested resource. Origin ‘https://discourse.suttacentral.net’ is therefore not allowed access.

That was on the console, but I’m not sure from when, and it may be completely irrelevant…


#300

Indeed.

Okay so this is the forum, not the main site. Is this what you meant in your original post? I too have noticed this occasionally on Discourse. We do not build this software, we just run it. I assume it is a bug and will be fixed in an upgrade at some point.


#301

OK, as I said, I wasn’t sure when that message was generated.
What I was referring to was clicking a link to a sutta, and having a blank screen, which came right when I refreshed. Now I know how to find the information you want, I can look for it if it happens again.

I suspect it happens when my internet connection is a bit slow, but I’m really not sure.

Actually, looking back, it looks like it was trying to load:

https://suttacentral.net/sutta_info/sn45.1?lang=en&298:100:


#302

It’s in line 747 of the output file:

#. </p><p> Bhagavā avoca
#. <a class="pts-cs" id="pts-cs18"></a>
#. <a class="pts-vp-pli" id="pts-vp-pli1.185"></a>
#. <a class="sc" id="sc21"></a>
msgctxt "dn9:18.1"
msgid "Taṃ kiṃ maññasi, poṭṭhapāda, "
msgstr "What do you think, Poṭṭhapāda? "

There is a rogue Bhagavā avoca in the comments section.


#303

OK, I think it turns out that my problem is just a slow network, and if I wait long enough it loads. Here were the errors while loading: SuttaCentral

[Deprecation] Styling master document from stylesheets defined in HTML Imports is deprecated. Please refer to https://goo.gl/EGXzpw for possible migration paths.
sujato:1 Slow network is detected. See Intervention: WebFonts use adaptive timeouts to take fallback fonts - Chrome Platform Status for more details. Fallback font will be used while loading: https://suttacentral.net/files/fonts/SkolarPE-Regular_3.005.woff2
sujato:1 Slow network is detected. See Intervention: WebFonts use adaptive timeouts to take fallback fonts - Chrome Platform Status for more details. Fallback font will be used while loading: https://suttacentral.net/files/fonts/SkolarSansPE-Bd_2.001.woff2
sujato:1 Slow network is detected. See Intervention: WebFonts use adaptive timeouts to take fallback fonts - Chrome Platform Status for more details. Fallback font will be used while loading: https://suttacentral.net/files/fonts/SkolarSansPE-Rg_2.004.woff2


#304

https://suttacentral.net/iti16/en/ireland

as wise attentionfor a bhikkhu who is a learner

https://suttacentral.net/iti26/en/ireland

they would not eatwithout having shared it

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https://suttacentral.net/iti41/en/ireland

Wisdom which leads to penetratioṇ

remove underdot


https://suttacentral.net/iti59/en/ireland

the domain of Māraand shines like the sun. What are the three? Herein a bhikkhu is in possession of the non-learner’saggregate of virtue,

missing space


https://suttacentral.net/iti67/en/ireland

A sage possessing such perfectioṇ

underdot


https://suttacentral.net/iti80/en/ireland

A thought concerned with not being despised;a thought

space


https://suttacentral.net/iti83/en/ireland

and strong, not to be destroyedby any recluse

space


https://suttacentral.net/iti90/en/ireland

“Whatever statesthere are,

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https://suttacentral.net/iti105/en/ireland

gaining this or losing thatthe craving

space


#305

Just noticed a paragraph starting mid sentence. Is this kind of thing intentional?


#306

Thank you so much! Will make the changes to the Itivuttaka. The changes for Bhante @Sujato’s text he will have to look at.