User talk:Andreas Plank
- No it doesn't either, even on wikipedia's “source”-page. It's possibly because of the Ogg-FLAC conversion. I'm not sure if an installation of FLAC-libs will do the trick (I have no idea which one, there are also Java-flac-libs). At least the Extension says “Integrated support for Ogg Theora, Vorbis, Speex and FLAC”. If there is no way whatsoever the last work around may be to check for file type ogg-flac and do some conversion. --Andreas Plank 10:24, 17 June 2010 (CEST)
- See also http://biowikifarm.net/meta/Audio_conversion_%28mp3_to_ogg%29 --Andreas Plank 22:24, 21 January 2016 (CET)
Thanks Andreas! I'm really grateful for this new layout... I should learn more about templates from you. It looks great now. Usually, I'm working with a designer. I don't need to touch the layout. Maybe you'll help me for a better look and feel for the Semantic Queries Editor? Have a nice Sunday - so it remains... :) .
Some nice templates?
Hi Andreas, Do you have some nice template for formatting the output of semantic queries? Any ideas would be nice. By default, the picture it's mandatory to be shown into the result. Shall I use Semantic Results extension? Thanks for all your help, Lia--LiaVeja 21:18, 28 November 2010 (CET)
Hi Lia, (1) nice templates? ... hm, I'm not sure. But maybe the template WrapPageInHtmlElement on www.offene-naturfuehrer.de is of interest (code is almost complete in English, but you'll fix it out). We use it for gathering and transcluding glossary entries. On Vorlage: Glossareintrag#Für_Entwickler is the structure of it (only in German), but it might give you an idea. (2) Semantic Results extension: looks quite fancy. May be some day .. you could try on the testwiki. Cheers, Andreas --Andreas Plank 22:03, 28 November 2010 (CET)