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Hi Cor, now I can see the screenshot as well (remember that the list
strips attachments)

On Thu, Jun 9, 2011 at 1:46 PM, Cor Nouws <> wrote:
(resend of one from 2 days ago)

Would help if you state why you did resend it...

Erich Christian wrote (07-06-11 12:56)

Am 06.06.2011 22:29, schrieb Cor Nouws:

Thanks, Leo Moons, can you add him too?

Erich did add him already, is there a problem?

I have edit rights for the International part. But am not able to find
out where/how to access the pages.

You choose Main on top of the page and English (US) in the left panel.

Hmm, still puzzled.
Shows an empty page navig. See SilvStr_CN_1.png

This shows the english sites (?locale=en_US in URL, and also on the
control in the sitetree on the left) in the Dutch-NL project
( (see the listbox control in the top)

And as expected, there are none.

Login via does show me the content for Dutch,
double plusses for the nodes in the page navigator, that does not work

I don't understand this part, screenshot?

See SilvStr_CN_2.png

This is the dutch project, with dutch pages, and it shows the
page-tree, but what is selected is not a page, but the main entry, the
one that lists the site's name and tagline.

I cannot see something wrong with that. I see the "double-plusses"
though, seems like a display glitch.

So you want to say it is not possible to expand the
site-tree/impossible to view the second-level pages?

Does it still work for you when you use instead?

In our Dutch language part, there are some pages that have a red, broken
link sign in the navigator part.
Does that indicate broken links on those pages?

I think it should, there was or is a bug in the linkchecker Christian
wanted to track down but I'm not up to date with the progress...

OK, if you assume that's the problem, I'll just check all the links on the

Yes, it indicates broken links, the obvious broken links (i.e. removed
pages, or missing files in assets) are highlighted with a red
background in the editor view.
The less obvious ones are those that silverstripe tries to map to
other subsites.

i.e. when you have a link on the pointing to, it sees "ah, I know about, this is one of my subsites, so let's see whether
there is a site "somesite"" - and if not, you'll get the broken link.

For example the mailinglist page on the Dutch site still uses for the mail-archive URL, but
that is not used anymore since a long time.  (and I think I replaced
all those when the listname changes, but either I missed it, or it did
not exist at that point).

All listarchives are on
your list would be on -
the global ones are (until today), at www/website for example, but
this will change to global/website later today.


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