Funchalense wrote:Os it will be possible to send pm through the site?
Or will we have to keep coming to the forum to do that.
pooond wrote:Dear sir,
1: Can we have the ability to change our profile picture please?
pooond wrote:2: Website in parts looks so small on a PC screen for relative information a downloader may want.
Can we have a desktop version as standard and users that want a mobile version can request it from the URL bar on their phone?
pooond wrote:3: When clicking on "All subtitles for this movie in this language", the list that is displayed there and generally, can it as standard be the way .org is where the first ever upload is at the bottom of the page and the newest ones at the top in order?
When I looked, they look like their in random order.
pooond wrote:4: Under notifications it says a user gave my subtitles "5 stars", but I can't see that information or who that user was on the subtitle page itself.
Link to subtitle as example: https://www.opensubtitles.com/en/subtit ... 264-yts-lt
pooond wrote:5: On .org I can look at all subtitles uploaded in a particular language in a full page list like this:
https://www.opensubtitles.org/en/search ... uageid-dut
.com site page is cramped and just doesn't look appealing or useable here: https://www.opensubtitles.com/en/movies/latest
you can click on the heading to sort any table, by default they are ordered by number of downloads, but you can really order in any direction
pooond wrote:Checked a few pages, and it does look to be oldest to newest. Thank you.
If you could just change the date format to reflect the .org layout of: DD/MM/YEAR, please.
That aspect of it will be perfect.
pooond wrote:Also, whilst searching for other movies, sometimes got this error:
DataTables warning: table id=ajax_subtitles_datatable_621821 - Invalid JSON response. For more information about this error, please see http://datatables.net/tn/1
pooond wrote:Also, on this link I get "content was removed":
https://www.opensubtitles.com/en/subtit ... ddp5-1-evo
Those subtitles still exist on .org.
pooond wrote:Would be nice if the "Subtitles" section was a little larger and had the subtitle uploader comment displayed as standard, as opposed to hovering over that (i) symbol to see if there are any notes. That's more time consuming if you're checking multiple subs opened in different tabs.
pooond wrote:Underneath that section there is ample room that is wasted and could contain that info as standard.
At the moment we have massive boxes and space of:
1: Rate quality of subtitles (0 votes)
pooond wrote:These can be compacted and to include uploader comments.
Picture view at the moment of what I see: https://ibb.co/TR1pcZB
See that wasted space on the right side that could be used.
Also to include features on that main page, such as: "All subtitles for this movie in this language."
pooond wrote:In full subtitle list like here: https://www.opensubtitles.com/en/movies ... -fu-hustle
The top subtitle doesn't have a "foreign parts only" symbol on it.
In comparison to .org site: https://www.opensubtitles.org/en/search ... idmovie-57
You can see the top version is a "foreign parts only" with the symbol on it.
If you type the wrong movie name and hit search, something random just happens or it shows the closest thing it thinks it is.
The .org site says: "Did you mean" followed by correct spelling of the movie with the link to the subtitles.
Eventually please try to include stuff like that which is a good feature.
At the moment searching for "Midnight Ron," the movie Midnight Run is in fifth place: https://www.opensubtitles.com/en/en/sea ... d_sources-
pooond wrote:The picture spacing thing I mentioned before, on some pages it is worse, but I included the following for now: https://ibb.co/2FNRqFf
It seems the space on the right side of the picture is wasted and could be used for relevant information. Those info boxes that normally appear on subtitle pages on the right top corner could be made bigger for a PC viewer and included in that wasted space on the right side.
pooond wrote:Site looks good in general and can't wait to use it, but at the movement, although .org is old fashioned and quaint in comparison to .com, it's still far superior in its standard/hidden functionality links and tabs. These functions make the site easily navigable and saves plenty of time when conducting multiple searches.
I can't see any submitted hashes on subtitles on the .com site, neither.
Will that be included in the future somewhere?
Before completing that site, I don't mind more and better features, but please don't get rid of the old useful features that we already have, love and rely upon.
Such as what we find on subtitle pages on .org site:
1: All subtitles for this movie in this language 2: All subtitles for this movie
3: All subtitles from this user 4: Request this subtitle for a different release
At least 1, 2 and 3 are fairly important.
al the links are in the "resources" tab, but guess this one is also not visible enough.... I added 2 big fat buttons on the sidebar
subtitles comments are in the sidebar, if there was a discussion on opensubtiles.org, it appears here
Thanks a lot for this one !! wasn't even a bug, I just didn't plan an icon for that !
By that I meant the comment the uploader has submitted upon upload, not general user comments. As far as I can tell, uploader comments can only be seen when hovering over the (i) icon.
pooond wrote:You're welcome. I noticed you've included that icon and I hope all "foreign parts only" subs on .com now have that symbol.
When you have the time, you may also need to include it in the current search parameter. At the moment that just has options for HI/none HI sub search.
pooond wrote:Finally in this link: https://www.opensubtitles.com/en/en/sea ... _sources-1
Look at my sub, it says under release name: Kung Fu Hustle 2004.720p.BrRip.x264.YIFY 2004 - Kung Fu Hustle
That should just be: Kung Fu Hustle 2004.720p.BrRip.x264.YIFY
The 2004 - Kung Fu Hustle written again is useless, confusing and waste of space.
It's similar on other subtitles as well.
pooond wrote:I'm sure all that extra stuff wasn't there last I looked. If you get rid of that, we should be able to make the icon for foreign parts only, HD and HI a little bigger please. Even on a 24" screen it looks relatively small to make out. And I assure you, I have no visual impairment.
pooond wrote:Please do include in settings to be able to display sub layout in: DD/MM/YEAR for users. Even if not logged in if possible.
It makes it easier to view the date of upload. Current way all you see is the year first. Which is harder for a quick look if 20 subs were uploaded in 2020.
pooond wrote:I think we're moving in the right direction. I'll be back with more stuff when I have more time to experiment with .com.
pooond wrote:Thank you so much for making the changes so far.
(it's a bit quick and dirty, let me know if you find an example where that messes up)
but moving back to the UI now (so it's a good time to report bugs or ask new features)
Yeah please do !
I might not be able to complete all requests, but if you got features you wish to see on the site who are doable, I'll be glad to make them !
scooby007 wrote:1: Under user-profile where it says "all subtitles from this user", if possible, to have "user profile on .org."
scooby007 wrote:2: Under user-profile>badges... for it to include all badges. If you check mine: https://www.opensubtitles.com/en/user/scooby007
There's badges under my name on the left, but not on the right next to "badges." It just shows "platinum member" badge.
scooby007 wrote:3: On the main page where it says "latest comments" or "latest forum topics", etc, is it possible to have some of those boxes on the left hand side as well? And centre the "movies" section in the middle of the page? At least the "monthly top uploaders" box on the left pane. For the rest of it I guess users can scroll further down.
scooby007 wrote:4: On subtitle list page under section "uploader", under the persons name it'll say "platinum member" or "gold member".
Can we have uploader name in an appropriate colour box with writing of "platinum member" underneath it?
scooby007 wrote:Please also check out topic in the admin homepage section for ideas admins may have had over the years about the new site UI. You should have access to it, if not let me know.
See the basic admin tools option pic:
Clicking using the middle mouse button on that pencil symbol enables admins to open multiple subs in separate tabs in the browser in an edited state to check/change all at once. It would be imperative that these basic tools still work in at least the similar fashion to speed up admin duties.
Also allow a page like the recent upload section where admins can view any recent uploads for checks.
Such as this for .org: https://www.opensubtitles.org/en/search ... uageid-eng
to pooond sorry I cut short, still up for new functionalities, design will be made with a different process, as explained above
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