I recently published a hub that extensively uses Code Capsules.
Sometimes they work; sometimes they don’t.
I’ve had to put the following message in the intro:
“(If the scroll bar isn’t visible and the code text isn’t sequentially numbered at left, then your computer may have run low on memory and is not displaying this page correctly. For a PC tune-up check list, you can click here.)”
Is the above message true all the time when the page displays incorrectly, or only part of the time? In other words, is it also an HP problem? I seem to remember that other posters have said they have had this problem (I could be wrong).
So far, refresh never fixes it… For that matter, Refresh will probably replicate the malfunction for you.
This adventure is occurring with this hub:
PS I’ve got 2 more code hubs I want to publish…
Well, not one confirming response.
This tells me that it is indeed my stretched-to-the-max, putt-putt computer that is the problem.
Since all visitors are apparently seeing the page the way it is supposed to be seen, then all is fine.
I might as well leave the intro message though, there are a lot of other borderline PC’s out there.
by Eugene Brennan2 weeks ago
Sometimes this doesn't work and an error message pops up. Any data entered is lost
by nicomp really8 years ago
The code modules are wonderful. Here are a few suggestions:Some of the formatting options (VB, C++, etc.) don't handle some comment delimiters properly. If an apostrophe is detected, the line of code is broken at the...
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