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Re: test

Postby coco » Fri 02.29.2008 5:24 am

SS-san,
Are you able to delete your previous post ( posted on 29 Feb 2008 08:21 am-UTC) ?
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Re: test

Postby ss » Fri 02.29.2008 5:26 am

Let me check it out ....
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Re: test

Postby ss » Fri 02.29.2008 5:30 am

Coco-san,

I can't delete the previous post, either.
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Re: test

Postby coco » Fri 02.29.2008 5:40 am

Weird! I still can see X icon ( can delete sign) on the "New ChatRoom" thread (posted on 08:50 am, in the other forum ), but there is no X icon on the 09:24 am post on this thread.

ともあれSSさん、ご協力、ありがとう。 :)

SS: hrmm... no idea, sometimes can, sometimes cannot. (02/28/08 at 10:31pm)

I sometimes log-in to the forum from //s229436726 (unexpectedly), sometimes I can, sometimes fail. Then I re-try from //www.thejapanesepage.com/.
If you use s229.., you might want to try from //www.thejapanesepage.com. I'm not sure though..
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Re: test

Postby clay » Fri 02.29.2008 6:13 am

I made a few changes on how the cookie works. Maybe that will help. If not, I can extend the cookie's session.
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Re: test

Postby sei » Fri 02.29.2008 11:27 am

Yeah, i just noticed i can't delete the post made yesterday anymore. Guess it's time limited. That should be fine though, to avoid OPs deleting their first posts...

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Re: test

Postby Just Barb » Fri 03.07.2008 7:04 am

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Re: test

Postby clay » Mon 03.10.2008 7:38 am

Any new problems or issues? Coco has been kind enough to collect the problems and mark them solved as we go. The only remaining known problems:
Newest threads column, sitewide avatars, and site links will be solved when the forums are themed, I hope, this week.

Please post any problems or suggestions here.

Thank you very much for your patience through all the server moves (plural!)
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Re: test

Postby AJBryant » Wed 03.12.2008 11:34 am

Another thing is striking me as weird.

I come in, click "View New Posts" -- and I not only get "new posts" (things since I was last on last night) but actually posts going back three days. Those are NOT new posts. ;)


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Re: test

Postby clay » Wed 03.12.2008 12:57 pm

Tony, when that happens are you still logged in? I get that if the browser I'm using stays away from the forums over a day--without re-logging in.

EDIT: Actually, I see what you mean. It wasn't like that before, but it must have happened when I changed something with the cookies to make the user stay logged in.
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Re: test

Postby AJBryant » Wed 03.12.2008 1:43 pm

Now if we could just get it to recognize "new" posts as "new since the LAST time I asked for new" we'd have it made. :)


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Re: test

Postby coco » Fri 03.14.2008 11:36 am

15) Green(inflation of mods) → Fixed 
Wakannai: it seems like all the newest people lately are being promoted automatically to green. I want a cool color too!
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Re: test

Postby Wakannai » Fri 03.14.2008 12:35 pm

coco wrote:15) Green(inflation of mods)
Wakannai: it seems like all the newest people lately are being promoted automatically to green. I want a cool color too!


Hehe, I'd call it an invasion of mods :P (playing on your word choice, not criticizing it.)

Actually, I think It's a theme issue. New members show as the same color as Global Mods at the bottom of the page. So it looks like every new member is a Mod. So I was starting to think that we were being flooded by mods. I kept on seeing new names, but every time I saw a new name, it was green.

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it is pretty difficult writing legibly with a mouse in paint.
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Re: test

Postby pam » Fri 03.14.2008 2:03 pm

NJT did some work on the different roles and in doing so changed the colors. Maybe he set regular members to be green by accident. I'll PM him about it.

EDIT: hehe. My sister, Pam, logged in and I didn't realize it -- This is Clay, BTW.
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Re: test

Postby AJBryant » Fri 03.14.2008 2:20 pm

Hi, Pam!

Clay, I didn't know others in your family had been bitten by the Japanese bug.


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