We noticed that when a previously saved song was reloaded, or imported from an extern website, the position of the chords on the lyrics was slightly altered, and did not match with the initial one. We are talking about a minimum offset of about twenty pixels, but that was enough to be able to confuse the user a little.
We moved to fix this problem and so it was done. It has been fixed perfectly and now the positioning of the chords on the song load happens in a precise and punctual way.
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Dear user I steal you only one minute,
as you well know, the Internet is changing, it is evolving.
As the possibilities increase, responsibilities increase.
Following the approval of the European GDPR, Internet privacy management is no longer the same.
And it is right that it is so.
As staff of FaDiesis we are required to declare what we do with your browsing cookies.
Well, we use them for the following reasons:
we use them to monitor site traffic (Google Analytics), allowing us to know anonymously the behavior of our visitors in order to improve navigation;
we use them to customize the advertisements that you will find on the site (Google AdSense). Advertisements are the only thing that keeps FaDiesis standing. Customizing them means making them more interesting, and therefore means more clicks and more funds for the project. FaDiesis as you know it's free, but the expenses to keep it upright no! :)
the reserved area where you can save the songs requires cookies to let you do so, a technical requirement to recognize your personal space.
If you want to know exactly what Google will do with your data you can take a look here.
Now, the monitoring of the navigation does not hold any of your personal data (the IP is recorded anonymously), so it is an anonymous form of statistics.
As far as the ads are concerned, you can choose to avoid personalized ads. Note: If you disable the following option,ads will still be shown, only they will be generic and not relevant to your interests.