posted by trevelyan on January 15, 2012 | 6 comments
Quick note that we've just upgraded Popup Cantonese. Our new server is located in Los Angeles where the Asia-Pacific trans-Pacific Internet channels connect with the US mainland, so it should be much faster for everyone in Hong Kong and Asia now, and possibly also faster for everyone in the States too.

We think we've ironed out most of the problems, although there may be a couple of minor bugs persisting. If you notice any issues yourself, please drop a note in this thread and we'll take care of them as soon as we can.

Thanks,

--david
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mike.m.lin on January 16, 2012 | reply
On the transcript page, the audio doesn't play. I went to http://popupcantonese.com/lessons/elementary/the-art-of-comparison, clicked "Transcript", then tried clicking one of the play buttons next to each sentence.

Also, after highlighting and clicking a word, a popup window appear with details about the word, but I cannot dismiss the popup. Clicking the "x" to close the popup window does nothing.

I'm running Mac OS 10.6.8 and I get the problem on both Chrome 16 and Safari 5.

trevelyan on January 20, 2012 | reply
Fixed, thanks thuanta.

--david
mike.m.lin on January 16, 2012 | reply
Important resources are missing and I cannot play the streaming dialogs. For example, I got a 404 responses from the resource http://popupcantonese.com/data/34/image.jpg and http://popupcantonese.com/data/flash/mp3.swf.

I'm in Los Angeles, in case that matters.
thuanta on January 19, 2012 | reply
Hey David,

For the subscriber iTunes feeds, I noticed it now says "Popup Chinese" instead of "Popup Cantonese" and this makes my iTunes mix my Popup Cantonese podcasts together with Popup Chinese.
trevelyan on January 16, 2012 | reply
Thanks Mike, I'll try to get this fixed today.

Sorry for the trouble.
yangboxcom on May 9, 2015 | reply
I am having trouble accessing your popupspanish section for some reason.

Other than that I must say this is one impressive site.

The sky could be the limit eventually the site could branch out into other languages like Thai. Malay or even Arabic and so on.