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[Bug] A list that's unable to load more list items.

Rank : 66
Posted : 2 years, 1 month ago at Jul 6 19:54 -
For some reason this list can't load more than 50 items with the default list order. Maybe it's because of too many sections.

edit: It's possible this website recognizes one of these symbols as code () ; / because I was unable to submit some text with a lot of those symbols.
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Rank : 113
Posted : 2 years, 1 month ago at Jul 10 22:03 -
Hay, your right... that list won't load more items. I tried it in Firefox and in Chrome... same problem. Think this is something Tom might have to fix or he might know the root cause.

I'm just here to... ah... hum... I suddenly feel an existential crisis coming on.
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Rank : 113
Posted : 2 years, 1 month ago at Aug 1 20:21 -
*bump*

Hum, well this is still something only Tom can fix.

However, when I have had glitches with loading items on a list that has sections, I have moved the sections around. You can also try changing how many items are shown on the list. Under edit and in the "Displayed items per page" area chose "40"... again this isn't a solution just one of the wacky 'work-arounds' that I have used in the past.
Rank : 66
Posted : 2 years ago at Aug 4 15:47 -
I solved the problem.

I found out I couldn't edit one of the sections, so I moved the items. The section wasn't editable because of either the title or the description.

The tile was My Favorite Films/Texts/Things (1976) (upgraded) and the text was from this article.

I think it might have been the / character in either the title or the text that made the section editable, and the list unable to load properly.

The text -
Jonathan Rosenbaum (assistant editor, Monthly Film Bulletin; contributor, Sight and Sound): “Films and texts which have contributed most to my present grasp of what is possible (and desirable) in cinema, and which I expect to learn the most from in the foreseeable future. The order is a rough, tentative estimate of how instructive and inexhaustible I currently believe them to be.” PLAYTIME (Tati); GERTRUD; TIN MINH (Feuillade); ZANGIKU MONOCATARI, SAIKAKU ICHIDAI ONNA, SHIN HEIKE MONOGATARI (Mizoguchi); IVAN THE TERRIBLE; WAVELENGTH; SPIONE (Lang); HITORI MUSUKO (Ozu)/THE MAGNIFICENT AMBERSONS (Welles footage); LA NUIT DU CARREFOUR/BOUDU SAUVE DES EAUX/CHARLESTON (Renoir); MONSIEUR VERDOUX/LANCELOT DU LAC; 2 OU 3 CHOSES QUE JE SAIS D’ELLE, A BOUT DE SOUFFLE, ALPHAVILLE (Godard), To HAVE AND HAVE NOT/SUNRISE (sound Version)/IVAN (Dovzhenko)/VERTIGO; DUELLE, OUT 1: SPECTRE, CELINE ET JULIE VONT EN BATEAU, L’AMOUR FOU (Rivette). Texts: Burch: Theory of Film Practice, “Propositions” (with Jorge Dana), “To a Distant Observer Towards a Theory of Japanese Film” (in October No. I); “Dickens, Griffith and the Film Today’”/Russian formalist texts in Screen Autumn 1964 and Cahiers du cinema Nos. 220-221; The Pleasure of the Text (Roland Barthes)/The Worlds of Jazz (Andre Hodeir)/Cover to Cover (Michael Snow); “Preston Sturges: Success in the Movies” (Manny Farber, W. S. Poster); Godard on Godard, interview with Godard in Cahiers du cinema No. 194/Jean-Andre Fieschi’s texts on Tati; “Montage” (Narboni, Pierre, Rivette) in Cahiers du cinema No. 210/interviews with Rivette in Cahiers du cinema No 204 and La Nouvelle Critique No. 631, interview with Jean-Marie Straub and Daniele Huillet in Cahiers du cinema No. 223.
Rank : 66
Posted : 2 years ago at Aug 4 15:48 -
I solved the problem.

I found out I couldn't edit one of the sections, so I moved the items. The section wasn't editable because of either the title or the description.

The tile was My Favorite Films/Texts/Things (1976) (upgraded) and the text was from this article.

I think it might have been the / character in either the title or the text that made the section editable, and the list unable to load properly.

The text -

Code:
Jonathan Rosenbaum (assistant editor, Monthly Film Bulletin; contributor, Sight and Sound): “Films and texts which have contributed most to my present grasp of what is possible (and desirable) in cinema, and which I expect to learn the most from in the foreseeable future. The order is a rough, tentative estimate of how instructive and inexhaustible I currently believe them to be.” PLAYTIME (Tati); GERTRUD; TIN MINH (Feuillade); ZANGIKU MONOCATARI, SAIKAKU ICHIDAI ONNA, SHIN HEIKE MONOGATARI (Mizoguchi); IVAN THE TERRIBLE; WAVELENGTH; SPIONE (Lang); HITORI MUSUKO (Ozu)/THE MAGNIFICENT AMBERSONS (Welles footage); LA NUIT DU CARREFOUR/BOUDU SAUVE DES EAUX/CHARLESTON (Renoir); MONSIEUR VERDOUX/LANCELOT DU LAC; 2 OU 3 CHOSES QUE JE SAIS D’ELLE, A BOUT DE SOUFFLE, ALPHAVILLE (Godard), To HAVE AND HAVE NOT/SUNRISE (sound Version)/IVAN (Dovzhenko)/VERTIGO; DUELLE, OUT 1: SPECTRE, CELINE ET JULIE VONT EN BATEAU, L’AMOUR FOU (Rivette). Texts: Burch: Theory of Film Practice, “Propositions” (with Jorge Dana), “To a Distant Observer Towards a Theory of Japanese Film” (in October No. I); “Dickens, Griffith and the Film Today’”/Russian formalist texts in Screen Autumn 1964 and Cahiers du cinema Nos. 220-221; The Pleasure of the Text (Roland Barthes)/The Worlds of Jazz (Andre Hodeir)/Cover to Cover (Michael Snow); “Preston Sturges: Success in the Movies” (Manny Farber, W. S. Poster); Godard on Godard, interview with Godard in Cahiers du cinema No. 194/Jean-Andre Fieschi’s texts on Tati; “Montage” (Narboni, Pierre, Rivette) in Cahiers du cinema No. 210/interviews with Rivette in Cahiers du cinema No 204 and La Nouvelle Critique No. 631, interview with Jean-Marie Straub and Daniele Huillet in Cahiers du cinema No. 223.
Rank : 66
Posted : 2 years ago at Aug 4 15:48 -
I solved the problem.

I found out I couldn't edit one of the sections, so I moved the items. The section wasn't editable because of either the title or the description.

The tile was My Favorite Films/Texts/Things (1976) (upgraded) and the text was from this article.

I think it might have been the / character in either the title or the text that made the section editable, and the list unable to load properly.

The text -

Code:
Jonathan Rosenbaum (assistant editor, Monthly Film Bulletin; contributor, Sight and Sound): “Films and texts which have contributed most to my present grasp of what is possible (and desirable) in cinema, and which I expect to learn the most from in the foreseeable future. The order is a rough, tentative estimate of how instructive and inexhaustible I currently believe them to be.” PLAYTIME (Tati); GERTRUD; TIN MINH (Feuillade); ZANGIKU MONOCATARI, SAIKAKU ICHIDAI ONNA, SHIN HEIKE MONOGATARI (Mizoguchi); IVAN THE TERRIBLE; WAVELENGTH; SPIONE (Lang); HITORI MUSUKO (Ozu)/THE MAGNIFICENT AMBERSONS (Welles footage); LA NUIT DU CARREFOUR/BOUDU SAUVE DES EAUX/CHARLESTON (Renoir); MONSIEUR VERDOUX/LANCELOT DU LAC; 2 OU 3 CHOSES QUE JE SAIS D’ELLE, A BOUT DE SOUFFLE, ALPHAVILLE (Godard), To HAVE AND HAVE NOT/SUNRISE (sound Version)/IVAN (Dovzhenko)/VERTIGO; DUELLE, OUT 1: SPECTRE, CELINE ET JULIE VONT EN BATEAU, L’AMOUR FOU (Rivette). Texts: Burch: Theory of Film Practice, “Propositions” (with Jorge Dana), “To a Distant Observer Towards a Theory of Japanese Film” (in October No. I); “Dickens, Griffith and the Film Today’”/Russian formalist texts in Screen Autumn 1964 and Cahiers du cinema Nos. 220-221; The Pleasure of the Text (Roland Barthes)/The Worlds of Jazz (Andre Hodeir)/Cover to Cover (Michael Snow); “Preston Sturges: Success in the Movies” (Manny Farber, W. S. Poster); Godard on Godard, interview with Godard in Cahiers du cinema No. 194/Jean-Andre Fieschi’s texts on Tati; “Montage” (Narboni, Pierre, Rivette) in Cahiers du cinema No. 210/interviews with Rivette in Cahiers du cinema No 204 and La Nouvelle Critique No. 631, interview with Jean-Marie Straub and Daniele Huillet in Cahiers du cinema No. 223.
Rank : 66
Posted : 2 years ago at Aug 4 15:48 -
I solved the problem.

I found out I couldn't edit one of the sections, so I moved the items. The section wasn't editable because of either the title or the description.

The tile was My Favorite Films/Texts/Things (1976) (upgraded) and the text was from this article.

I think it might have been the / character in either the title or the text that made the section editable, and the list unable to load properly.

The text -

Jonathan Rosenbaum (assistant editor, Monthly Film Bulletin; contributor, Sight and Sound): “Films and texts which have contributed most to my present grasp of what is possible (and desirable) in cinema, and which I expect to learn the most from in the foreseeable future. The order is a rough, tentative estimate of how instructive and inexhaustible I currently believe them to be.” PLAYTIME (Tati); GERTRUD; TIN MINH (Feuillade); ZANGIKU MONOCATARI, SAIKAKU ICHIDAI ONNA, SHIN HEIKE MONOGATARI (Mizoguchi); IVAN THE TERRIBLE; WAVELENGTH; SPIONE (Lang); HITORI MUSUKO (Ozu)/THE MAGNIFICENT AMBERSONS (Welles footage); LA NUIT DU CARREFOUR/BOUDU SAUVE DES EAUX/CHARLESTON (Renoir); MONSIEUR VERDOUX/LANCELOT DU LAC; 2 OU 3 CHOSES QUE JE SAIS D’ELLE, A BOUT DE SOUFFLE, ALPHAVILLE (Godard), To HAVE AND HAVE NOT/SUNRISE (sound Version)/IVAN (Dovzhenko)/VERTIGO; DUELLE, OUT 1: SPECTRE, CELINE ET JULIE VONT EN BATEAU, L’AMOUR FOU (Rivette). Texts: Burch: Theory of Film Practice, “Propositions” (with Jorge Dana), “To a Distant Observer Towards a Theory of Japanese Film” (in October No. I); “Dickens, Griffith and the Film Today’”/Russian formalist texts in Screen Autumn 1964 and Cahiers du cinema Nos. 220-221; The Pleasure of the Text (Roland Barthes)/The Worlds of Jazz (Andre Hodeir)/Cover to Cover (Michael Snow); “Preston Sturges: Success in the Movies” (Manny Farber, W. S. Poster); Godard on Godard, interview with Godard in Cahiers du cinema No. 194/Jean-Andre Fieschi’s texts on Tati; “Montage” (Narboni, Pierre, Rivette) in Cahiers du cinema No. 210/interviews with Rivette in Cahiers du cinema No 204 and La Nouvelle Critique No. 631, interview with Jean-Marie Straub and Daniele Huillet in Cahiers du cinema No. 223.
Rank : 66
Posted : 2 years ago at Aug 4 15:49 -
I solved the problem.

I found out I couldn't edit one of the sections, so I moved the items. The section wasn't editable because of either the title or the description.

The tile was My Favorite Films/Texts/Things (1976) (upgraded) and the text was from this article.

I think it might have been the / character, or the ;s, or the ()s in either the title or the text that made the section uneditable, and the list unable to load properly. The problem was probably in the text because I can't submit the text even if I put it in code brackets.