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Re: Bug Reports Here.

Post by Makke »

There seems to be some problems with the entire "music" section of remix64.com right now.

http://www.remix64.com/cd_charts.html generates 404.
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Roge roger. Seems to be down!
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fIx3d. Sheesh, there's plenty of bugs recently. :argh:

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Seems, there is a file lost on voting system...

Could not open Stream inc/secure.inc.php

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Re: Bug Reports Here.

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http://www.remix64.com/memberdir.html generates the following error message for me:
Warning: require_once(/home/remix64/public_html/inc/fancylist.class.php) [function.require-once]: failed to open stream: No such file or directory in /home/remix64/public_html/memberdir.php on line 3

Fatal error: require_once() [function.require]: Failed opening required '/home/remix64/public_html/inc/fancylist.class.php' (include_path='.:/usr/lib/php:/usr/local/lib/php') in /home/remix64/public_html/memberdir.php on line 3
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Re: Bug Reports Here.

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Fixed it, thanks for reporting!! :)

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Hi LMan,

I noticed that in the Remix64 music database words (or in this case names) which include special characters like german Umlaute are broken off after the previous character. For example "Chris Hülsbeck" became "Chris H", "Lars Hård" became "Lars H" and our dear friend "Kent Walldén" became "Kent Walld" and so on.
I'm not 100% sure, but I think that wasn't the case in the past. Maybe the special character would have been replaced by a "valid" one but the word wouldn't have been broken off...

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I just got a mail with a Topic reply notification for this topic: viewtopic.php?f=22&t=5564

The last post was in May :)
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k_rostoen wrote:I just got a mail with a Topic reply notification for this topic: viewtopic.php?f=22&t=5564

The last post was in May :)
You'll have got that because a spammer added a post (triggering the email), but it the post was deleted before you looked at the topic. This happens to me often.

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Ok, that sounds reasonable. Thanks.
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Re: Bug Reports Here.

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note sure its a bug: Im see im are avible to create a sticky threads (but I have not tested it and would not do that, since Im are just regular user), but I think I should not have that admin feature?

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Re: Bug Reports Here.

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Is a sticky an admin feature? :confusion:
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Re: Bug Reports Here.

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i think he means moderator.
is it a moderator feature? :roll:

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Re: Bug Reports Here.

Post by SkyMarshall Arts »

I wont bother to test it either ... but a little strange to have that option for a regular user.
On the other hand, everyone here knows how to behave ... so why not!
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Post by Ziphoid »

Well, we've decided to allow stickies to regular users and as long as we see that it's not misused, we'll keep it that way. If we see that something is put as sticky which shouldn't be, we can easily unstick it if we want to.

...and yes, C64Glen was completely correct in his description of the bumped thread notifications. I deleted the spammer quite quickly after he had pushed 20 messages into the system, which had rendered a bunch of notifications being sent out...

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