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From: "Keith Simpson" <>
Subject: Re: Page Numbers
Date: Mon, 5 Mar 2007 13:20:32 -0000
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Dave
I agree that the data held would be diminished, and I appreciate the ongoing
work involved in trying to get the warning message from appearing once the
file is uploaded.

The suggestion was only made because the question seems to be coming through
on a regular basis just lately.
Thanks
Keith

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Sent: Monday, March 05, 2007 1:04 PM
Subject: Re: Page Numbers


> Quoting Keith Simpson <>:
>
>> Transcribers within my syndicate are coming across page references
>> similar to
>> "see dec/20" etc etc.
>> These references are accepted but when the transcriber views their MANAGE
>> YOUR FILES PAGE. They are presented with a warning.
>>
>> Would it not be better to add a #COMMENT on the line below the entry
>> concerned stating the page reference for the above entry is written as
>> "see
>> dec/20" etc etc, and use the "?" in the appropriate page column.
>>
>> This would take away the warning from the MANAGE YOUR FILES PAGE and save
>> the
>> transcriber from worrying something is wrong.
>
> It would also greatly diminish the data held on the site.
>
> We are working on ways to allow warnings to be acknowledged, such that
> they
> don't keep appearing once the file is uploaded.
>
> It is right that we flag up unusual data to the transcriber, and seeking
> solutions just to evade warning messages is not a good move.
>
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