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Hi Martin, *,

On Wed, Dec 10, 2014 at 1:05 AM, Martin Srebotnjak <> wrote:

1) changing default blog/RSS feeds and Twitter accounts on the front page
in the Slovenian new-design site doesn't work for me;

Custom RSS feeds should work - you need to add your custom feed to the
list of known feeds, and then pick the newly added feed for the
widgets to use.

Custom twitter is not yet implemented, so I repeat what I always write
regarding this topic:
Twitter has its api documentation locked away behind accounts. You
need to have an account to even be able to view the documentation for
I don't know what parameters are needed to switch between accounts, so
until someone provides the info on what elements in the html-snippets
needs to be changed so it displays a different account, it will stay
as it is now...

I would
like to change the official blog of TDF to the Slovenian LO blog:

I don't see a feed for that in the "Manage Feeds" sub-control, i.e. in
the list that collects all feeds that would be available to pick from
for actual display.

Can pull the strings for update later, but pootle also needs to be
synced for LO 4.4 translations.

4) regarding the still existing issue with the non-ISO-1-code-page
characters of the new design-website font (like "č", "š" and "ž" in
Slovenian, displayed in another sans-serif font), I filed an issue here: and after that a redmine
ticket was made months ago: and people investigated
this –

Yeah, but without conclusion unfortunately, so on the new font with extended coverage is used
(to allow people to come up with a way to reproduce the problem), but (and all nl-sites on there) use the
basic-character set font only.

I could set sl and other sites to use the extended font, but as it is
unclear what triggers the not-showing-characters problem, I fear also
visitors of the slovenian site will be affected.

I can see the updated design, it doesn't break for me,

Yeah, doesn't break for me either, and doesn't break in the "take a
screenshot of the webpage in lots of different browsers" website
service – and that makes it impossible for me to debug/fix.

but can't
seem to test the fix and report whether it fixes the issue as the English
site does not contain Slovenian characters,

See above. only contains the reduced
character font. And the problem preventing the switch to the extended
font is that complete text portions of that page would not be
displayed at all, no matter whether accented letters are used or not.

See for example

and that is a big no-go :-(

I can only report that it shows
with a bit smaller font size and thus looks better on my screen – could
someone please send me a screenshot of the Slovenian new-design test site

See above - it is not related to special characters it is completely
broken rendering of any page that uses the extended character coverage


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