Accessing older pages in a project

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Q: I know I can get at my 5 most recent pages, but if the page is further back than that?

A: The DP system tracks all the pages you have worked on, but only shows you the five most recent DONE and IN PROGRESS project pages on your view of the Project Page.

If you want to view or edit one of your pages that's not among your five most recent, or if you want to see the diffs for any page in the project, view the Page Details for the project, by clicking on one of these links on the Project Page:

  • Images, Pages Proofread, & Differences: shows details for all the pages in the project
  • Just my pages: shows only your DONE and IN PROGRESS pages in the project (useful for projects with lots of pages)
  • Detail Level 4 (link at the top of the Project Page): shows the project's Page Details below the Project Comments on the Project Page

Once there, find the row for the project page in which you are interested. There are links to the original image/scan for the page (identified by PNG number), original OCR text, the proofed/formatted text after each round, and a "diff" file for each stage where the page text was changed. To view a file, just click on its link.

Files you worked on will display with one of three colored backgrounds. DONE pages which you can no longer edit will display with red backgrounds; this is usually because the project has moved into the next round. IN PROGRESS pages will have orange backgrounds and DONE pages available for re-editing will have green backgrounds (These colors matches the colors of the related headers on the Project Page, where your last five pages of both types are shown.); just click on the link in the Edit column to do further work on those pages. The Proofing Interface will load, and the page will be reopened for editing.

Rows for pages you worked on will also have links to allow you to PM other DPers who worked on the page in other rounds. These can be quite handy if you'd like to give or get feedback on a particular project and/or page.


See also: Checking your diffs