I have seen this a lot and I think it's the OpenSubtitles system fooging up here. I have been adding hashes to subs which were uploaded like 2 or 3 seconds before and apparently "the hash was already present". But I am pretty convinced it was NOT. Or cases where subs are on the site for a long time and when I try to add a hash, suddenly it is "already present". No way, José. I think it is the OS system being confused and passing back the wrong info to the Uploader.2: When submitting a hash for a subtitle that already has it, it says: "Subtitle already present in the database, the hash too."
Would it be possible for the program to give you a link to that subtitle? Trivial, but would be nice, if possible.
I did that today for a subtitle, but couldn't see any hashes on it, I'm guessing that part is a site cache issue and will show in 24 hours.
For me, it's easier to speak Chinese than to join Github.I'll check that out, but its easier for me to open tickets on github directly
I think it's not that crappy. And it does the job: a bit easier to actually download it - for people like meA crappy website is now live: http://vankasteelj.github.io/opensubtit ... index.html
I tried GitHub, and you’ll never guess, I’m actually fluent in Chinese.For me, it's easier to speak Chinese than to join Github.I'll check that out, but its easier for me to open tickets on github directly
But anyway, it would be nice if you can dig into it and see what can be done.
Thanks, fun7om, but I didn't see any executable icon in that download folder to be able to launch it. Unless I'm being thick
you are correct.Thanks, fun7om, but I didn't see any executable icon in that download folder to be able to launch it. Unless I'm being thick
I think I'll wait for the official release version.
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