I couldn't add an entry in the library


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Jan9-10, 09:54 AM
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I tried to add the term "Lagrangian" in the library, but at the very end (the save button) I got like an error message without anything written. In other words, a window opened with nothing written in it.
By the way as I never took CM yet, I couldn't do more than just starting the entry. So if anyone can add it up, that'd be nice. Also the Hamiltonian.
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Jan9-10, 10:35 AM
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The 'Lagrangian' entry has been added. It's in moderation until it is approved.

An entry of the 'Hamiltonian' is also a good idea.
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The 'Lagrangian' entry has been added. It's in moderation until it is approved.

An entry of the 'Hamiltonia' is also a good idea.
Nice! Thanks!

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Jan9-10, 09:09 PM
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I couldn't add an entry in the library


fluidistic, can you see your Lagrangian entry? And if so, are you able to edit it?

If you have trouble finding the entry, it is at
http://www.physicsforums.com/library...tem&itemid=360
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The 'Lagrangian' entry has been added. It's in moderation until it is approved.

An entry of the 'Hamiltonian' is also a good idea.
I was thinking maybe Hamiltonia meant, a group of Hamiltonians .
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Jan10-10, 08:49 AM
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fluidistic, can you see your Lagrangian entry? And if so, are you able to edit it?

If you have trouble finding the entry, it is at
http://www.physicsforums.com/library...tem&itemid=360
Yes I can see it! I would not edit it since I don't really know what to add.
It will not surprises me if the idea of adding the Lagrangian is taking down due to a lack of text/equations. But at least I've tried to add it. If anyone has some free time and knowledge, he knows he can spend it on this. I lack the knowledge.
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Jan10-10, 11:27 AM
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Thanks, I was mainly asking because I wondered if non-Mentors could see and edit entries they had created.


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