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As bugs are spotted - I will post them here so that people will know...
[edited by: Brett_Tabke at 2:18 pm (utc) on July 13, 2006]
... and a bunch more. It looks like the only "my threads" being linked to correctly are the post-4.00 threads. This one is correct:
[edited by: bakedjake at 3:32 pm (utc) on July 9, 2006]
When refreshing the thread with what should be a new reply on the bottom, no new reply is added. This appears to be sporadic.
[edited by: inbound at 3:40 pm (utc) on July 9, 2006]
Step 1 - edit a message
Step 2 - delete all the text from the message body box
Step 3 - click the "delete - wipe message" checkbox
Step 4 - Hit Submit
Gives you an error.
[edited by: bakedjake at 3:40 pm (utc) on July 9, 2006]
Looking at the active [webmasterworld.com], it shows two pages.
If you click on the link for the second page [webmasterworld.com], you get a blank page.
This is very annoying when you post to this thread, because after the post is successful, you keep getting redirected to that second blank page.
[edited by: bakedjake at 3:43 pm (utc) on July 9, 2006]
Apache 1.3 vs Apache 2.0
Perl windows vs Perl Linux.
Other htna chmod/flock differences and the annoying system util differences (blat vs sendmail), they were fairly close to being alike.
I just ran into about ever difference you can think of uploading this mod. The biggest being the differences between some of the subtle apache settings.
it is in there, but I am not storing it Jake because that would add alot of space to peoples user files. We have some members who switch ip ever 10-15 minutes. The largest I have see was a member files with 2000 chars of ips for 1 day. (eg: 188.8.131.52... for 2k). yeowzer. That is why I went to the limit on the number of ip's tracked.
I suppose I could do a lookup on the fly... for a profile view.
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When you post a message then edit it, it shows "edited by" even if there has been no later post.
Often I post then notice a typo and go back in to edit, this might lead to a lot more edited by comments than previously.