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Nov 15, 2008 9:16 pm

Please report any errors, bugs and problems during the trial periode here. Please describe how the error happened and post the exact php or sql error line/code!
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Nov 16, 2008 11:59 pm

Sorry, its me again Dominik... Something that you fixed on the old board has appeared on the new one. When you click on the latest post link for a thread it goes to the first page of the thread instead of the most recent page. If you could correct that here too it would be great.
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Nov 17, 2008 12:10 am

Okay, I will take a look at it and will try to fix this!

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Nov 17, 2008 12:38 am

You're a quick one Mr. Keppner :thumbsup:

Can we make a list of a few of the smilies that have strange and different names that get used frequently and have you fix them? There is probably about a dozen that everybody is used to being something else... It wouldn't be so bad if the new names weren't so much longer...
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Nov 17, 2008 12:45 am

bluetoes591 wrote:You're a quick one Mr. Keppner :thumbsup:
You're welcome :highfive:
bluetoes591 wrote:Can we make a list of a few of the smilies that have strange and different names that get used frequently and have you fix them? There is probably about a dozen that everybody is used to being something else... It wouldn't be so bad if the new names weren't so much longer...
Put the list in this topic, please
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Nov 17, 2008 12:47 am

There are only a few really. There are others, but I think they will be easy enough to get used to.

:winking: used to be :wink:
:-/ used to be :whatever: which is faster to type, though the new coding for that is probably more representative of what it is.
:sassygrin: was :cheekygrin:
:staring: was simply :stare:
and :ohnono: was simply :eek:

You've already fixed a couple of the others, and added many of the smilies we always wished for, so thanks for all your work in that department.



Damn, you're fixing them while I type! :panic:
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Nov 17, 2008 12:50 am

DONE; the new code will work with the next post

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Nov 17, 2008 12:52 am

Dominik wrote:DONE; the new code will work with the next post

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Goodnight Dominik, thanks for working late for us, starting to feel more like home. :super:



I'm afraid I've found another...

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I made some changes at the "View topic layout". I putted the online status symbol under the avatar and centered all items (Title, Rank level, avatar and online status). Looks good, doesn't it? :)
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Dominik wrote:I made some changes at the "View topic layout". I putted the online status symbol under the avatar and centered all items (Title, Rank level, avatar and online status). Looks good, doesn't it? :)
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Everything looking good over here. :thumbsup:

Just a small request, the signature box is limited to 255 characters. My old signature was longer than that, but very short (in height).
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thereoncewasabug wrote:Just a small request, the signature box is limited to 255 characters. My old signature was longer than that, but very short (in height).
Well, you shouldn't write a "novel" in your signature. But I set the maximum signature length to 350 characters now and I hope that helps :purpleconfused:
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Dec 02, 2008 7:52 pm

Hi Dom. Does the page have a timeout period where if you don't complete any actions on the board it will automatically log you off? I just noticed that I had left the site open and had gotten busy, so I was away from it for 30 - 45 minutes, then when I came back and hit refresh it made me login again.

Has that happened to anyone else that you know of?
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Dec 02, 2008 11:58 pm

Yep, I have to login everyday. B Dan worked it out that I have to take something off my settings (cookies) or something that I didn't have to previously do and I think it worked for Robin, but I haven't done it so I'm unsure...

I don't really care, doesn't take long however if you're posting a response and it logs you off before you've finished would be a pain in the butt :yes:
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Lori wrote:Yep, I have to login everyday. B Dan worked it out that I have to take something off my settings (cookies) or something that I didn't have to previously do and I think it worked for Robin, but I haven't done it so I'm unsure...
I am using FireFox V2 at home and FireFox V3 at office and don't have any login problems at all, so it very well could be a browser based issue. Which one are you using?
Lori wrote:I don't really care, doesn't take long however if you're posting a response and it logs you off before you've finished would be a pain in the butt :yes:
If this ever happens here, I can add another modification that stores all data during your session in a special cache so you won't lost your post even if you got logged out during writing. :)
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Dec 03, 2008 10:49 am

That is a very good idea Dominik :yes:
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Dominik wrote:If this ever happens here, I can add another modification that stores all data during your session in a special cache so you won't lost your post even if you got logged out during writing. :)
:eek: Does that include PM's aswell? I know there are a few of us that have lost large PMs (usually our own fault) so that would be AWESOME! Very cool, thanks Dom.

I'm using IE. I have a work laptop and it doesn't usually let me download anything without Admin rights :rolleye: And I can't take it to work to get them to fix it cos... well, they don't know I have it and it has been written off as 'lost' :missspeak: :stare:
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Lori wrote:well, they don't know I have it and it has been written off as 'lost' :missspeak: :stare:
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Lori wrote:well, they don't know I have it and it has been written off as 'lost' :missspeak: :stare:
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Scratch that 'can't download it'. It seems to be working :yellowhappy:

:veryexited: Downloaded and using it now :thumbsup: It's so much better and quicker! Thanks Dom! :totalhappy:
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Lori wrote:they don't know I have it and it has been written off as 'lost' :missspeak: :stare:
Oh you naughty girl!
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