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Old 2012-01-09, 19:05   #155
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Does anyone else get this. Just wondered.
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Old 2012-01-10, 00:10   #156
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Does anyone else get this. Just wondered.
Not me. Were you getting this on a specific page, or on all pages? Do you have the newest version of Chrome? Mine's 16.0.(other stuff).
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Old 2012-01-10, 01:10   #157
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Me neither--this also on Chrome 16.0.x (apparently the latest since it says it's up to date). I've been favoring Opera lately for the browser I keep open for "prime stuff" but I haven't observed anything strange in either.

That said, I have noticed that Chrome's language-translation feature can tend to be triggered in the oddest places on occasion: I'll see it come up on all sorts of most definitely English websites, offering to translate them from Japanese or Korean or whatever. (Naturally, accepting the proffered translation doesn't do anything. ) I think I may have seen it once or twice on the NPLB stats site in the past on the few occasions I have to open it in Chrome, and in each case it was gone by the next time I opened the site in Chrome. I wonder if the translation code might be being triggered by some random confluence of the rather high-density numerical data we have on many of our pages...
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Old 2012-01-13, 12:07   #158
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I too have seen this 'random' behaviour on various sites.
Fortunately I have found that there is a way to prevent this from occurring.
I shall implement it this weekend.
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Old 2012-01-14, 06:21   #159
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Through further testing I found that the Google translator was auto-detecting Dutch, Swedish and Vietnamese randomly even though the 'lang' property was "en".

I have applied a couple of other properties and settings and retesting the translator now says the site is already in English.

I don't know if these changes will completely stop the chrome/chromium translate bar from appearing but they should help.
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Old 2012-02-06, 21:16   #160
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Is there a Goals and Plans for 2012 and beyond?

(assuming the Mayan's are incorrect)

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Old 2012-02-07, 08:46   #161
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Is there a Goals and Plans for 2012 and beyond?

(assuming the Mayan's are incorrect)
There is nothing in writing or set in stone. With the non-top-5000 stuff now closing in on completion, the main objective this year would be to keep k=1400-2000 well ahead of the 5000th place prime. Others might be to hit n=1.4M for k=400-600 and 1.25M for k=600-1001 by the end of the year.
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Old 2012-02-14, 08:40   #162
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Would it be possible to increase the maxJobsTime from 24 hours to 48 or 72?

The reason I ask is I don't run my pharm 24/7 these days (too hot in summer here) and often I notice when I restart the tasks I see a brief message that 0 of 1 tasks were accepted. I'm guessing they exceeded the 24 hour limit.
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Old 2012-02-14, 10:16   #163
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Would it be possible to increase the maxJobsTime from 24 hours to 48 or 72?

The reason I ask is I don't run my pharm 24/7 these days (too hot in summer here) and often I notice when I restart the tasks I see a brief message that 0 of 1 tasks were accepted. I'm guessing they exceeded the 24 hour limit.
We don't have any servers that are only 24 hours. They are all at 48 hours right now except port 2000, which runs drive 14. It is at 72 hours. Would you like us to increase port 9000 from 48 to 72 hours?
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Old 2012-02-14, 23:18   #164
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Yes please, it would be great if Port 7000 was also 72 hours. Thanks.
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Old 2012-02-15, 23:40   #165
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Yes please, it would be great if Port 7000 was also 72 hours. Thanks.
Port 7000 will dry out in < 24 hours with no more pairs to add so we won't change that one. I'll change port 9000.
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