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Help, Suggestions, Future of The D-Word

Difficulties with The D-Word? If you can't find the right answers on our Help page, please post in this topic. Ideas for future D-Word releases or projects can be posted here as well.

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Lewis D Mark
Mon 30 Jan 2012Link

I think so; I found what I was looking for; thank you anyway.
Lewis


Mark Barroso
Tue 7 Feb 2012Link

When I try to post a link to vimeo (by copying and pasting) I get an error message that the URL is not valid. Any ideas as to what's happening and how to fix it?

Edited Tue 7 Feb 2012 by Mark Barroso

Mark Barroso
Tue 7 Feb 2012Link

I should have said that it was in the Works in Progress topic.


Peter Gerard
Tue 7 Feb 2012Link

This should be fixed now. Turns out vimeo changed their API and also their standard URLs. I've updated The D-Word to support these changes.


David Herman
Tue 7 Feb 2012Link

9 minutes Mr Gerard – time to pull the finger out.


Mark Barroso
Tue 7 Feb 2012Link

Damn them. We're lucky to have you, Peter.


Rodrigo Dorfman
Wed 8 Feb 2012Link

Hey folks – this has come up in the Works in Progress thread: "what is the HIDDEN SECTION?" – I don't quite understand the purpose – aren't all postings visible to all who are logged in as pros? Am I missing an important protocol?


Marj Safinia
Wed 8 Feb 2012Link

Yes. It's all visible to professionals. By putting something in the hidden section (link directly below posting box) it takes one further click for the reader to see it. We generally encourage really long posts that maybe aren't your own (e.g. an article or job posting you are passing along) to go in the hidden section. Some folks use it for more sensitive information. Many here use it for comedic impact. But if a professional clicks, yes, it's all available to see.


Marj Safinia
Wed 8 Feb 2012Link

Just to clarify, people in WIP are using it now so that others who may not want to read their input, or who may want to watch the piece without reading the thoughts of others first don't have to see their feedback. Blame Margot.


Rodrigo Dorfman
Thu 9 Feb 2012Link

In reply to Marj Safinia's post on Thu 9 Feb 2012 :

Thanks – yes – it makes sense and it's quite sophisticated...


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