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Re: Report Site&Forum Bugs [since Aug'15]

Postby Panda Tar » Jan 13 2017, 17:50

Pol, when we click on a link, the page will refresh to that link. Is there a switch somewhere to flip it on to make a new tab open for clicking on links here on CH?
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Re: Report Site&Forum Bugs [since Aug'15]

Postby Pol » Jan 13 2017, 19:37

Panda Tar wrote:Pol, when we click on a link, the page will refresh to that link. Is there a switch somewhere to flip it on to make a new tab open for clicking on links here on CH?


Do you have some example, where it would be apt to make links open in new window?

Generally, links open in the same tab, that's default behaviour. If you wish to open link in a new window use middle button and it will happen.

That to say have some exception and in some scenarios it's indeed better to open link in a new window - if you don't wish to loose current page.
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Re: Report Site&Forum Bugs [since Aug'15]

Postby Panda Tar » Jan 13 2017, 20:28

Just used to some sites I have been visiting, when they open new tabs by default when clicking on their links. :D As I don't use the middle button often for clicking, I didn't know that was one of its functions. :ashamed:
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Re: Report Site&Forum Bugs [since Aug'15]

Postby Pol » Jan 13 2017, 21:00

:D

Well, if you have notebook without middle button, you can simulate it - as long as you have synaptic touchpad, you can add functions to touchpad corners. Left-Up is often having that predefined. :P
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Re: Report Site&Forum Bugs [since Aug'15]

Postby Panda Tar » Jan 16 2017, 13:31

Nah, I use gaming mouse and keyboard with my notebook. :-D
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Re: Report Site&Forum Bugs [since Aug'15]

Postby Pol » Apr 18 2017, 7:42

The last chance to get old PMs back will be with phpBB 3.2 update, which is scheduled in half of this year. The problem is that phpBB 3.1 don't have official toolkit, so all messages are sitting here, just not being displayed. It seems that they need to regenerate their keys.

phpBB 3.2 is having some semi-official toolkit, very much same like phpBB 3.0, so there we should be safer.

There are two ongoing problems:
#1 - Some newly registered members have not rights to log in via main site, this happen quite rarely and randomly. So once per time I go and fix them until we will be able to solve it permanently.
#2 - If you have mail on gmail, it may happen that you will not receive registration message from us. Solution is to add us on whitelist, the registration message comes explicitly from e-mail: pol.at.celestialheavens.com

This is not our failure and it happens if someone inadvertently mark any of our messages as a spam. The board is sending many automatized messages to alert you on new PM or when there's update on a thread which you subscribed to follow.
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Re: Report Site&Forum Bugs [since Aug'15]

Postby Karmakeld » Apr 19 2017, 9:12

Pol wrote:The last chance to get old PMs back will be with phpBB 3.2 update, which is scheduled in half of this year.


That would be very nice, if they could indeed be recovered..
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Re: Report Site&Forum Bugs [since Aug'15]

Postby Avonu » May 7 2017, 12:53

I see there is a new sub-forum on Round Table now. However:
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Re: Report Site&Forum Bugs [since Aug'15]

Postby Pol » May 7 2017, 13:51

I'm almost done, so let it be..
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Re: Report Site&Forum Bugs [since Aug'15]

Postby Pol » Nov 12 2017, 22:56

Cleared quests counter, so some of you could be logged out for a moment. Sorry for this.
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Re: Report Site&Forum Bugs [since Aug'15]

Postby Steven Aus » Nov 14 2017, 8:37

I use Brave browser, a security-focused variant of Chrome, which also has the ability to allow anonymously giving BAT (a crypto utility token converted from other cryptocurrencies) to websites you use. When I have some spare cash I'm going to activate it and CH is one of the websites I will contribute to. I'm also willing to help CH additionally with some money for website costs when I have some spare funds. :)

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Re: Report Site&Forum Bugs [since Aug'15]

Postby Panda Tar » Nov 14 2017, 13:25

That's very nice of you, SA! :-D
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Re: Report Site&Forum Bugs [since Aug'15]

Postby Steven Aus » Nov 15 2017, 9:37

I do feel that cryptocurrencies are the new money. Of course, not all of them are worth leaving money in, but as always you should use your discernment and intuition and never use money that you can't afford to lose. The average growth in cryptocurrencies is very high, and a lot higher than the stock market. Of course some cryptos do not have sound foundations, but of course there are some that do. I currently own some Bitcoin, and if you would like some information of how to get involved in cryptocurrencies, you can contact me because I have got over the early hurdles. My facebook email address is "steven.facebook@emailplus.org" and my facebook account is: https://www.facebook.com/steven.lynch.98478672

As always, it's up to you, but if you want to get involved in cryptocurrencies, I can help you get started. You don't need that much to get started either.

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Re: Report Site&Forum Bugs [since Aug'15]

Postby Pol » Nov 15 2017, 18:57

That is interesting and generous at the same time but let it cut down here - as this thread serves for Forums & Site bugs only. You are of course free, to open your own thread for cryptocurrencies. ;)

I will write you PM Steven.
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Re: Report Site&Forum Bugs [since Aug'15]

Postby Steven Aus » Nov 17 2017, 22:51

Anyone can search the forum, and they will find cryptocurrencies if they search for that term. :) I'm completely for free will and human beings making their own choices. :)


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