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2016-05-26 18:32:31 +0200 asked a question problem with encoding & german characters

Hi there,

when I'm using special german characters like 'ä' a sagecell in an html document the whole cell crashes without doing anything (not even printing an error message). I encoded the webpage in UTF-8 and added the needed meta tag fpr this encoding as well. The error occurs whenever I'm typing these characters inside the sage code block (even when they are just used in a # comment.)

This behavior is new, since I worked a couple of days ago. I tried setting the encoding of python inside the script as well without any effect. The standard encoding is ASCII. (tested via sys.getdefaultencoding() ) Even using the .encode('utf-8') method for stings fails :(

Will this be fixed? Or is there any known workaround?

Kind regards, Kwasniok

2016-05-26 16:03:15 +0200 asked a question failed to load resource: jquery.min.js

Hello sage community,

I used this resource like it is recommended in this guide: http: // . It worked for more than 2 years but since the beginning of this week it seems to be a broken link.

The exact error from by browser is: "[Error] Failed to load resource: the server responded with a status of 404 (Not Found) http: //"

Changing the URL to https or alternating the < script .../script > implementation in my HTML document does not have an effect. Browsing the URL manually also generates an 404 error.

How can I reach this resource?

I have not found any hint if this link is deprecated and/or changed to a new one.

btw: The error occurs on various machines and operating systems and browsers: Win/Mac/Linux, Chrom/Safari/Firefox

Sincerely, J. Kwasniok

P.S.: I was forced to add some whitespace in the links due to insufficient karma.