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Graeme Wrote:
boriel Wrote:First of all, I've checked my contact form right now and it's working ok. Did you complete the Captcha code :?:

Yes, please. You can paste the code here, using code ... /code BBCodes tags (click "Code" in the list when writting your post).
Will also check the contact form, but for help regarding the compiler, this is the right place :!:
Also, the forum and blog is suffering a severe spam attack (almost daily). In fact, new users need to send 2 approved (by me) messages before they can post freely after some fake users tried to upload nude-pics and malware files in the forum. Sad

Are you using Linux or Windows? If you're using Windows, you can download the .msi or .exe version which does not require python installed.
You can also check the wiki for compiler usage: <!-- m --><a class="postlink" href=""></a><!-- m -->

Just tried again. The captcha code's not the problem. The error read 'Sorry, there were errors in your submission. Please try again.

Failed call to wp_mail() - unable to send message

Like I say in Firefox 7 beta and whatever the latest IE is.

That link was very useful. I have compiled by file ok, I turned it into a WAV file with a little program. Now it will be put on the hidden track (<0 seconds) of a CD. Can you recommend a program that converts a WAV to a spectrum file, just so that I can check it works?

Don't know what could be wrong with the Contact form. Will check it later...
To convert to mp3, better compile your program to .TAP file format (use -t instead of -T), so using -tab should work. Once you get the .tap file, you can play it in winamp (which converts it to wav if you use an alternative decoder) or can also use the free utility TAP2WAV to convert it to .WAV. This is a console (command line) application for windows; there are also Linux versions on the internet, but have never used them.

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