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David Cannon wrote on 2010-02-16 UTC
I uploaded a ZIP file containing the ZRF. A message came up saying that the upload was 'successful'. When I test it, however, it doesn't work. I'm sorry everything seems to be so full of bugs, but could somebody please look into this for me? Also, please link it to the Dürer's Chess page I created here.

Is the problem the same one that I had with the graphics yesterday - the umlaut? If so, I'll avoid it in future submissions. [David, yes, same problem. Sorry you see the system as being full of bugs. I know it must be frustrating. I will fix this up later today or tomorrow. --DH]

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