The second part of your post: I’m not a user of soleol, as I find that better subtitles can be found with a manual search, but then that depends on how much free time you’re willing/able to spend on the site. I’m sure you’ll perfect it to everyone's liking.This allows for standard shorthand when reporting and makes it much easier to the users to select an actual reason. I could modify the wording to it's more complete.
Yes, that's why I was asking here. The point is that the messages provided in those reports are understood by the admins.The second part of your post: I’m not a user of soleol, as I find that better subtitles can be found with a manual search, but then that depends on how much free time you’re willing/able to spend on the site. I’m sure you’ll perfect it to everyone's liking.
For some users a simple resynch is 'too much'. They are very happy with the same subtitle just shifted three seconds or so. Not to mention when the synch is stretched or squeezed as well.I don't see the need for different subtitles with fixed time shifts. Well, this can be discussed.
Here is a practical problem. One subtitle gets uploaded. It is the first one and has OCR errors. Delete or not? Or it has only a few OCR errors. Or those errors are not even noticed with a quick review - keep in mind that every day A LOT of subs get uploaded and admins are just human mortals.But deleting subtitles with OCR errors, I think is unquestionable. All the more when there are "good" subtitles without them.
So am I. I guess it takes some effort to do it. You must have an account and spend some time getting acquainted with the process. A friend of mine says that if you want people to do something it must be less than 3 mouse clicks away :-)I am sometimes amazed that a subtitle is downloaded 10,000 times without any comment or rating about the quality.
Or sometimes clearly worse than the existing one. This is what I can't understand.Usually the second one is not a plain corrected version, but only a resycnh, or some corrections, or both.
Nope, they have been updated as you can seeI've been trying to update an .srt I uploaded previously, but without success.
The subs are for The Cabin In The Cotton here:
http://www.opensubtitles.org/en/subtitl ... -cotton-en
I've updated .srt files many times with previous subtitles I've uploaded here
by using the "correct subtitles button", but this time I just get a message:
"we already have a file "cabin in the cotton.srt".
And that's it. Nothing happens. Zero.
Before, that function worked okay and the new subs were changed immediately with "V2" added to them.
the new .srt file I have for the move contains many small changes to timings and words.
Has something changed, or am I doing something wrong?
Okay, Boss. But at the moment I can't see that screen where you have the big yellow "Here" arrow. Perhaps it needs a day or so for the database to be updated before the public can see it? Anyway, I've just d/l the subs and they are the new ones, so everything is okay.
Thanks for the quick response. T-G
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