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The caching issue is new because we have eliminated all randoms strings that were previously used in some dynamic urls. Everything is now pure .htm extensions.
(note: I'll update this list, as they are fixed, and found).
[edited by: Brett_Tabke at 6:52 pm (utc) on July 25, 2002]
It's like the functional equivalent of the old "required files not available" page I used to sometimes get sent to, except there's not even a cryptic error message now.
Is this a "known issue" or have I just given you a new headache?
I still need to figure out a system to compensate those that are on day light savings and those on standard time. That's a head scratcher.
joined:Nov 11, 2000
When I click send message to send or reply to a message I get a 404 error message. However, when I click back on my browser and click the button again it works. This happens intermitantly.
I get the same problem as above intermitantly in all sections of my stickymail.
There are two errors know errors left (dillo cookies and post counts).
Any others that can be recreated? Those pesky one time things are what I'm after now...
I am aware of the error Chris, but I've been unable to reproduce it or even know where to start on looking for it.
- if I choose Time Zone Offset +1.00 Brussels, Copenhagen, press submit,
I get -12.00 Eniwetoc, Kwajalein in the box (which is one hour behind to the time here).
- yesterday I still got thrown out of wmw frequently if i closed a message.
<<added>> this only happens when i click on the numbered pages (the 2 e.g. in this thead), just got to get used to that.
for the rest everything seems working fine.
The timezone actually gets stored correctly (and is shown correctly in the text below the dropdown). It's just that this selection is not reflected in the active element of the dropdown itself, so that if you don't pay attention when changing something else on your profile, you're automatically deported to the aleutian islands.
Simply a matter of inserting a "selected" attribute into the right option tag.