I cleared the browser caches on my devices and uninstalled the pwa app. After downloading the offline content again and reinstalling the pwa neither of my device are able to access the content offline. I am using up to date versions of Brave on Android and UnGoogled Chromium on Pop! OS Linux.
I nuked and reinstalled the Digital Pali Reader pwa on my devices to see if it was installing and working correctly. It works without issue, so the issue seems to be with the Sutta Cental pwa within my two preferred Chromium based web browsers. I as far as I can tell I can navigate the to everything on the pwa except for the suttas. I get a “Data Load Error” output after trying to navigate to a specific sutta.
I enabled Chrome app on my phone and installed the pwa. It work as intended.
There’s no “summary” cards. The DN card links to an essay on DN, not on “long” collections as a whole. The essay for “suttas” is found on the “sutta” card, i.e. the Home page.
There is for most of us! You must be using a browser that doesn’t support CSS gap for flexbox. I thought support was better, but it’s only 70%, mainly because Safari doesn’t support it. I’ll look into doing it another way. Poor old Apple clearly doesn’t have the funds to pay engineers to keep up with web standards. Lucky I don’t have anything better to do with with my time! /s
Yeah that’s a bug.
May I ask where? They look fine to me.
It’s an asterisk, it’s supposed to be small. You should be able to see notes as sidenotes, but I see that the sidenotes don’t function on the plain root texts, that’s a bug. They work just fine in the line-by-line view tho.
In the Info section of Ajahn Brahmali’s Vinaya translations (e.g. [Nissaggiya Pācittiya 2] ) … the Creative Commons image doesn’t show on my Windows 10 PC running latest version of Chrome (89.0.4389.82 (Official Build) (64-bit) )
BTW, great to see the new site and Ajahn Brahmali’s Vinaya translations! Thanks!
I don’t know this is a bug or just I missed it, but there is no link to list of Patimokkha rules (Pratimoksha Sutra) in Vinaya section. For example: there is an Indonesian translation of Dharmaguptaka Bhikkhu Patimokkha here:
No content in the side nav. Console errors are in the screenshot below. I’m running Firefox 86 on Ubuntu with a 2012 T420 Thinkpad laptop.
By the way, I’m actually a professional web dev and have been meaning to contribute to the site at some point. Recently I cloned the project and tried to run it locally, but got an odd error in the last step of the makefile (a Python error re: pulling down Bilara data if I recall correctly). I can probably sort it out myself eventually but thought I would mention it in case it rings any bells.