Re: Mythical mutations
|From:||Jim Henry <jimhenry1973@...>|
|Date:||Tuesday, May 2, 2006, 13:48|
On 5/2/06, Larry Sulky <larrysulky@...> wrote:
> It makes me think of the 'punctuated equilibrium' theory of evolution,
> where things go along as they go along, then suddenly there's a huge
> leap ahead by Jim Henry, then things go along as they go along....
The version I got seemed to prosy and ... well ...
anthropologically analytical to be a good myth.
So I modified it in a more mythical direction.
On 5/2/06, Peter Bleackley <Peter.Bleackley@...> wrote:
> called that). Presumably you're seeing links from the front page to
> "Mythical Mutations Version 0" etc? I found that this caused all the pages
> to look the same, so I changed the nameing scheme to "... Original" "...
> First Variation" etc. However, the Stable Copy will still show the old one
> for about a day. If you switch to edit view you should be able to see
I switch back and forth between edit and stable
view, but in stable view I seem to always
see the original version and in edit view always
the second version ("Kamaxi was hunting pigs in
the forest one day...") and never any of the later ones.
However, when I go to
I can see the new versions, and was
able to read the "second variation"
-- but when I click on the "third varation"
I see the second variation again
whether I'm in stable view or edit view.