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ripieces
HLAE

, Germany
Joined: 13. Apr 2007
Posts: 1816
#161 - 19. Oct 2014 12:37
You can also do CTRL + left click in case you don't have a 3 button mouse.
Christian
Style-Productions

Sætre, Norway
Joined: 1. Jan 2006
Posts: 137
#162 - 20. Oct 2014 09:07
Lol OFC. That's how I do it myself. So yeh, psh. We will just keep it as it is. :)
H-L

effing nice, Trinidad and Tobago
Joined: 8. Oct 2006
Posts: 2083
#163 - 20. Oct 2014 16:33
might be an bug i dont know but the <li> items are not aligning on the forum's "latest threads" @ homepage
ripieces
HLAE

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Joined: 13. Apr 2007
Posts: 1816
#164 - 20. Oct 2014 20:12
This is how it looks for me:


However I decided to not report it :D
Not sure how it looks for H-L :]
Christian
Style-Productions

Sætre, Norway
Joined: 1. Jan 2006
Posts: 137
#165 - 20. Oct 2014 20:59
Start using a proper OS! :)

Last changed: 20. October 2014 20:59
H-L

effing nice, Trinidad and Tobago
Joined: 8. Oct 2006
Posts: 2083
#166 - 22. Oct 2014 21:11
have the same, using w7 so thats a bullshit argument Christian :)

http://i.imgur.com/Lgu2H1U.png
also when uou try to edit a post (like i am doing now) the picture under ''EDIT POST'' is missing/broken
"<img src="templates/images/forum/.jpg" alt="" style="margin: 4px;">"

Last changed: 22. October 2014 21:13
r
Style-Productions

, Afghanistan
Joined: 9. Aug 2006
Posts: 3365
#167 - 22. Oct 2014 23:38
i told Christian about this issue a long time ago guys! Glad I'm not the only one!
Christian
Style-Productions

Sætre, Norway
Joined: 1. Jan 2006
Posts: 137
#168 - 23. Oct 2014 16:22
I'll check it some more then.. Can't reproduce the problem on any of my devices.

Edit: I'm able to reproduce it if I Zoom my browser to 120%??

Last changed: 23. October 2014 16:24
ripieces
HLAE

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Joined: 13. Apr 2007
Posts: 1816
#169 - 23. Oct 2014 16:58
I think the problem is that FireFox on my Gentoo Linux neither has the Tahoma nor the Verdana font and thus uses the third option, a font from the sans-serif family, to name it the DejaVu Sans system font.
r
Style-Productions

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Joined: 9. Aug 2006
Posts: 3365
#170 - 23. Oct 2014 23:26
It happens on safari on my MacBook
H-L

effing nice, Trinidad and Tobago
Joined: 8. Oct 2006
Posts: 2083
#171 - 23. Oct 2014 23:34
if you change the width of the <td>'s on your date is fixes my problem :)
width: 65px; font-size: 10px; font-weight: normal; instead of width: 60px; font-size: 10px; font-weight: normal;

or change the font-family as rip said, also fixes the problem but adds the problem of you needing a new font :P


Last changed: 23. October 2014 23:37
Christian
Style-Productions

Sætre, Norway
Joined: 1. Jan 2006
Posts: 137
#172 - 24. Oct 2014 12:17
Legend wrote:
if you change the width of the <td>'s on your date is fixes my problem :)
width: 65px; font-size: 10px; font-weight: normal; instead of width: 60px; font-size: 10px; font-weight: normal;

or change the font-family as rip said, also fixes the problem but adds the problem of you needing a new font :P


Did the change now! =) Thanks.
H-L

effing nice, Trinidad and Tobago
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Posts: 2083
#173 - 25. Oct 2014 16:38
thank you! haha ;)
ripieces
HLAE

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Posts: 1816
#174 - 25. Jan 2015 12:12
There is still this, don't think it will be fixed ever, but wanted to moan a bit about it:

http://style-productions.net/index.php?page=forum

server reply wrote:
Internal Server Error

The server encountered an internal error or misconfiguration and was unable to complete your request.

Please contact the server administrator, christian@style-productions.net and inform them of the time the error occurred, and anything you might have done that may have caused the error.

More information about this error may be available in the server error log.

Last changed: 25. January 2015 12:18
ripieces
HLAE

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Joined: 13. Apr 2007
Posts: 1816
#175 - 25. Jan 2015 12:14
And a question, is your server / web-page in UTC time now?

It says I posted the previous post at 25. Jan 2015 12:12.
But that would be in UTC, I am GMT+1 during winter and GMT+2 during summer.

Edit:
To denote UTC there is an ISO standard formating:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ISO_8601

The HLAE forum uses it for example.

The time above would be 2015-01-25T12:12Z in ISO 8601.

Edit2:

Format for PHP date function (assuming you use UTC), no guarantee for correctness though:
Y-m-d\TH:i\Z


Last changed: 25. January 2015 13:46
Christian
Style-Productions

Sætre, Norway
Joined: 1. Jan 2006
Posts: 137
#176 - 26. Jan 2015 10:07
ripieces wrote:
There is still this, don't think it will be fixed ever, but wanted to moan a bit about it:

http://style-productions.net/index.php?page=forum

server reply wrote:
Internal Server Error

The server encountered an internal error or misconfiguration and was unable to complete your request.

Please contact the server administrator, christian@style-productions.net and inform them of the time the error occurred, and anything you might have done that may have caused the error.

More information about this error may be available in the server error log.


After I cleaned the database.. It's much more responsive and does not give as much errors as it used to do. But I guess you are right. It will not be fixed in this site release, unless your are willing to try for your self. =)

Last changed: 26. January 2015 10:09
ripieces
HLAE

, Germany
Joined: 13. Apr 2007
Posts: 1816
#177 - 26. Jan 2015 10:33
I am willing to try,

but I am not sure if it's an good idea:

I would theoretically be able to see all the secrets that are tied to the webspace / account / database the S-P page runs on.

Also I am not sure if I'll be able to resolve the issue properly.

Edit:
You can catch me in #hlae as always, if you want.

Last changed: 26. January 2015 10:54
anjers
iceCake

Levanger, Norway
Joined: 7. Oct 2006
Posts: 195
#178 - 4. Feb 2015 16:46
Hello ripieces
ripieces
HLAE

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Posts: 1816
#179 - 4. Feb 2015 19:10
The forum overview page performance should be much better now.
Thanks christian <3

However someone needs to set the clock of the MYSQL server, it's off by about an hour:

mysql server reply wrote:

mysql> SELECT NOW(), UTC_TIMESTAMP();
+---------------------+---------------------+
| NOW() | UTC_TIMESTAMP() |
+---------------------+---------------------+
| 2015-02-04 19:12:25 | 2015-02-04 18:12:25 |
+---------------------+---------------------+
1 row in set (0.05 sec)


The actual UTC time was 2015-02-04 19:12:00


That is why in the forum overview new posts in a thread are not detected for users that already visited that thread if the difference of the last visit and last_update tim is less than an hour.

That is also the reason why news and forum posts are off by an hour.



Last changed: 4. February 2015 20:20
ripieces
HLAE

, Germany
Joined: 13. Apr 2007
Posts: 1816
#180 - 5. Feb 2015 09:53
Wow, seems the MYSQL server clock has been fixed, thanks to the guys that did it <3

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