hey i submitted a drum tab, My Darkest Hour by Scary Kids Scaring Kids. you can look at it if you want but in the intro on my bass part it changed some of the notes to "?" question marks. how do i change my tab to fix it? it wasnt like that when i submitted it. i even went back and checked on Microsoft Word where i saved it and somehow when i sent it in it changed. can anyone help out?
All those figures that got changed to question marks, were they the same symbol each time? Chances are it's just a symbol the site can't read properly, or interprets as something else. I assume that because it happened to me once, although it wasn't in the tab itself. One word in the information I had included with a tab had a French accented "e", and the site changed that letter to a question mark, too. So maybe there's just some symbols it doesn't recognize or something.
You can instant edit by going to the "My Tabs and Lyrics" page in your Members/My Space section. All your tabs will have an "Edit" link beside them. Just click in there and fix it up. I guess what you'd have to do is come up with a different symbol for that one that doesn't seem to come out right on the site.
The Mods might have to approve them before they get submitted. Do the lyrics show up when you search for them? If so, then thats strange that they don't register in your profile. If they don't show up then they might not be approved by a mod yet. It sometimes takes a little time. I submitted some chords recently to a Jackson Browne song and it took a few days for it to get on the site but it got there eventually.
yeah i submitted them and they show up when you type it in but it just doesnt give me credit for it. i guess its not that big of a deal but i mean it would be nice for it to at least show who submitted it.
You have either logged out or your session has expired while you were submitting the tabs (you need to re-login after 1 hour of inactivity). Next time make sure you're logged in when you submit by checking the member's panel.
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