Re: Strange string (UNIQ3e6d296734fe3fa4-h-0--QINU) in front of headlines?

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Re: Strange string (UNIQ3e6d296734fe3fa4-h-0--QINU) in front of headlines?

Jan Steinman
> From: "Christensen, Courtney" <[hidden email]>
>
> From: Claus Juhl Knudsen Sent: Tuesday, January 19, 2010 5:15 AM
>> The following string (UNIQ3e6d296734fe3fa4-h-0--QINU) is appended  
>> right in
>> front of an 'h1'-tag on my wikis homepage (see:
>> http://www.wikisilkeborg.dk/index.php5/Forside) and again below,  
>> where I'm
>> using the extension "NewPages" to display a list of the 10 most  
>> recent
>> articles. Does anybody know what the problem might be? Any thoughts  
>> are more
>> than welcome as this problem relates to the mainpage.
>>
>> UNIQ3e6d296734fe3fa4-h-0--QINU
>> --
>> Claus Juhl Knudsen
>
> That string is a place holder that the parser puts in under certain  
> circumstances.  Sometimes it only shows up the first time the page  
> is parsed (try hard refreshing).  Other times you are stuck with  
> it.  It usually has to do with how text is rendered through an  
> extension.

Aw man, I struggled with that for DAYS a few months ago!

I was using the <tasks>...</tasks> extension, and using it in an  
indented list of any sort would break indenting, which rendered it  
useless for us. I finally this "UNIQ-QINU" crap, which was inserting a  
newline BEFORE indented lists were being parsed, which of course re-
set the indentation level.

I commented it out of includes/parser/Parser.php, and that doesn't  
seem to have broken anything else, and now <tasks> work properly in  
indented lists.

> By the way the UNIQ--QINU problem is mentioned a lot in the mailing  
> list archives and is probably also mentioned in the MediaWiki site  
> if you care to Google a little.


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Re: Strange string (UNIQ3e6d296734fe3fa4-h-0--QINU) in front of headlines?

Claus Juhl Knudsen
Hi all.

Thank you for the tips! I took a closer look at the NewPages-documentation
and it turns out, that there is an alternative php-code that you can
copy-paste into the NewPages.php-file in your extensions-folder. The string
is now gone! I haven't looked at the precise differences between the
alternative codes-bits, as I'm not that php-savvy, but a hint at the
solution to some other UNIQ-problems might lie there. Thanks again.

Claus

2010/1/20 Jan Steinman <[hidden email]>

> > From: "Christensen, Courtney" <[hidden email]>
> >
> > From: Claus Juhl Knudsen Sent: Tuesday, January 19, 2010 5:15 AM
> >> The following string (UNIQ3e6d296734fe3fa4-h-0--QINU) is appended
> >> right in
> >> front of an 'h1'-tag on my wikis homepage (see:
> >> http://www.wikisilkeborg.dk/index.php5/Forside) and again below,
> >> where I'm
> >> using the extension "NewPages" to display a list of the 10 most
> >> recent
> >> articles. Does anybody know what the problem might be? Any thoughts
> >> are more
> >> than welcome as this problem relates to the mainpage.
> >>
> >> UNIQ3e6d296734fe3fa4-h-0--QINU
> >> --
> >> Claus Juhl Knudsen
> >
> > That string is a place holder that the parser puts in under certain
> > circumstances.  Sometimes it only shows up the first time the page
> > is parsed (try hard refreshing).  Other times you are stuck with
> > it.  It usually has to do with how text is rendered through an
> > extension.
>
> Aw man, I struggled with that for DAYS a few months ago!
>
> I was using the <tasks>...</tasks> extension, and using it in an
> indented list of any sort would break indenting, which rendered it
> useless for us. I finally this "UNIQ-QINU" crap, which was inserting a
> newline BEFORE indented lists were being parsed, which of course re-
> set the indentation level.
>
> I commented it out of includes/parser/Parser.php, and that doesn't
> seem to have broken anything else, and now <tasks> work properly in
> indented lists.
>
> > By the way the UNIQ--QINU problem is mentioned a lot in the mailing
> > list archives and is probably also mentioned in the MediaWiki site
> > if you care to Google a little.
>
>
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> world. -- George Bernard Shaw
> :::: Jan Steinman, EcoReality Co-op ::::
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