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A-Log on the Airwaves - February 23, 2019
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Wacky Ben   Offline  -  Artist & D.J.  -  02-23-19 07:55 PM  -  2 years ago
On behalf of A-Log, if anyone notices why tonight's show is posted three times, it's because he was in a rush to post this episode and also explained that one of the songs, I really wish I could remember which on it was, was already on this site but added it unexpectedly and something happened. I may not have gotten the info correct on the song he mentioned but he did notify me about this error.
Stavro Arrgolus   Offline  -  Editor, MP3  -  02-23-19 10:41 PM  -  2 years ago

I found a duplicate. It was Dick Tracy - J.J. Cale. I merged them, but there are still 3 postings of the show. Also, Spider Verses wasn't linked to its artist page. That's fixed - still 3 postings.

...Problem found. There are 3 shows because of the same thing that duplicated one of my podcasts, MMP-51. The 3 shows sometimes appear in the URL as ShowID=6864, 65 and 66. The show is supposed to be 190223, but has a 4 digit number instead of what the poster called it. This also happened with my show.
Wacky Ben   Offline  -  Artist & D.J.  -  02-23-19 11:19 PM  -  2 years ago
I'm sure A-Log will fix the problem when he gets the chance. Plus I wasn't aware that in the three postings, the old logo was included on one of the postings.
A-Log   Offline  -  Artist & D.J.  -  02-24-19 01:15 AM  -  2 years ago
Really sorry about this guys. As Ben said, I was in a rush and forgot about the edit button. Is there any way to delete the duplicates without starting over?
A-Log   Offline  -  Artist & D.J.  -  02-24-19 01:20 AM  -  2 years ago
I think we created a time paradox here. J.J. Cale's "Dick Tracy" was never played on Dr. Demento on that show in 1989. I looked at the DMDB myself to make sure.



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Stavro Arrgolus:

I found a
duplicate. It was Dick Tracy - J.J. Cale. I merged them, but there are
still 3 postings of the show.

Stavro Arrgolus   Offline  -  Editor, MP3  -  02-24-19 11:38 AM  -  2 years ago

Fixed, but it's going to take a larger effort to eliminate those show duplicates. If I could delete ShowID 6865 & 6866, I would.

You or I could try to delete all the info from the 6865 & 6866 duplicates & see what happens (make sure the URL says those numbers first), but it may eliminate them all or just have no effect. As long as you have the show mp3s, you can start over if everything gets deleted. Or we could wait for Wayne to sort it out...which could possibly take a while. Your choice.


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A-Log:

I think we created a time paradox here. J.J. Cale's "Dick Tracy" was never played on Dr. Demento on that show in 1989. I looked at the DMDB myself to make sure.


A-Log   Offline  -  Artist & D.J.  -  02-24-19 01:49 PM  -  2 years ago
Fair enough. The mp3s are on the site, so I can link them up again when either I, you or Wayne gets rid of the duplicates. If not, I can download them off of Archive.org; just in case.



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Stavro Arrgolus:

Fixed, but it's going to take a larger effort to eliminate those show duplicates. If I could delete ShowID 6865 & 6866, I would.

You or I could try to delete all the info from the 6865 & 6866 duplicates & see what happens (make sure the URL says those numbers first), but it may eliminate them all or just have no effect. As long as you have the show mp3s, you can start over if everything gets deleted. Or we could wait for Wayne to sort it out...which could possibly take a while. Your choice.

Stavro Arrgolus   Offline  -  Editor, MP3  -  02-24-19 03:00 PM  -  2 years ago
6864 appears to be the original with a different number. When I tried to change the logo on the other two, the screen claimed the show was the original number you gave it, adding to the confusion. It's all mathematical since the edit screens won't allow for deletion anyway (they should). I could change the show info on the first screen to a different show and in the past, but the duplicates would still be there.
A-Log   Offline  -  Artist & D.J.  -  02-24-19 03:22 PM  -  2 years ago
I see. Unsure if I would do that for the next show. But we'll see what Wayne has in mind. I'm sure the duplicates on your show were deleted, right?



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Stavro Arrgolus:

6864 appears to be the original with a different number. When I tried to change the logo on the other two, the screen claimed the show was the original number you gave it, adding to the confusion. It's all mathematical since the edit screens won't allow for deletion anyway (they should). I could change the show info on the first screen to a different show and in the past, but the duplicates would still be there.
Stavro Arrgolus   Offline  -  Editor, MP3  -  02-24-19 04:03 PM  -  2 years ago
Nope. There are still 2 MMP-51s. I need a show delete option in the admin menu somewhere to deal with things like this. It doesn't happen all the time, but it'd help. It's not just us; David Tanny needed a playlist deleted. Couldn't do that, either. Having the option would be nice.



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A-Log:

I see. Unsure if I would do that for the next show. But we'll see what Wayne has in mind. I'm sure the duplicates on your show were deleted, right?


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