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#41 2010-06-24 18:15:45

jstubbs
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Re: MLP: The Next Generation

Now I placed the MLP install in the main domain and it still did not work – same “The system cannot find the file specified.” error, even with messy URL’s.

Solutions? Or is this definitely a sign MLP does not work on Windows?


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#42 2010-06-24 20:01:47

Els
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Re: MLP: The Next Generation

Well, I just switched my test MLP site to messy, and it all seems to work :) It is not on an IIS server of course…

BTW… we are in the wrong topic ;)

Last edited by Els (2010-06-24 20:02:57)


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#43 2010-06-24 20:17:51

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Re: MLP: The Next Generation

Well this is about MLP Els…! Off-topic: Windows IIS sucks.


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#44 2010-06-24 20:29:27

Els
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Re: MLP: The Next Generation

jstubbs wrote:

Well this is about MLP Els…!

Yes, but the support thread is here ;)


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#45 2010-10-17 00:08:35

Destry
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Re: MLP: The Next Generation

Is there any documentation on MLP besides the ReadMe file in the zip, or is that the authoritative source at the moment?

Likewise, are there any good homegrown tutorials out there that people recommend looking at?

Finally, what are some good examples of it in use. A fr/en example would be good, if anyone knows.

Thanks.

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#46 2010-10-17 00:12:51

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Re: MLP: The Next Generation

Working on that. This is not exactly more than there is in the readme file, I know, but there should be more to follow. If and when I find the time…


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#47 2010-10-17 00:28:20

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Re: MLP: The Next Generation

Destry wrote:

Is there any documentation on MLP besides the ReadMe file in the zip, or is that the authoritative source at the moment? Likewise, are there any good homegrown tutorials out there that people recommend looking at? Finally, what are some good examples of it in use. A fr/en example would be good, if anyone knows. Thanks.

I have been using MLP on my blog Old Photos of Japan. Mainly for English and Japanese, but there are also some Dutch entries. I think it gives a pretty good idea of how MLP works.


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#48 2010-10-18 09:27:17

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Re: MLP: The Next Generation

Thanks, guys.

Kjeld – I love old photos that capture historical changes. I’ll have to explore your site more when I have more time. Great project!

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#49 2010-10-18 13:16:13

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Re: MLP: The Next Generation

Destry wrote:

Kjeld – I love old photos that capture historical changes. I’ll have to explore your site more when I have more time. Great project!

Thanks!


Photojournalist.jp – News and photos (100% txp)
JapaneseStreets.com – Japanese street fashion (mostly txp)
Old Photos of Japan – Japan between 1860 and 1940 (100% txp)
MeijiShowa – Stock photos of Japan between 1860 and 1940 (100% txp)

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#50 2010-10-31 15:40:23

element
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Re: MLP: The Next Generation

I haven’t read all the other pages here, maybe it also has been discussed in the past, but why isn’t Textpattern merging MLP in core or working on a similar solution? IMHO, a good CMS has to have support for multilingual websites.

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