Bugs you found, and changes I made
Just thought I'd create this thread where you can post any bugs or problems with the site you encounter. And also for me to post any big changes I made.
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Im not sure if its a bug or not, but the Oekaki tool isnt on the quick reply window.
It's not on the 4chan /i/ window either, iirc. Probably not a bug.
It is not on the Quick Reply since it was troublesome to get it in there in current form (would have had to add big drawing area to the quick reply). In the new code I plan on changing Oekaki to the same one used on /i/ and I will try to get it on the Quick Reply and also add option to draw on images added. But I'm not at that point in the code yet.
No biggie, but moving threads resets the posting time/date of all posts to the time it was moved.
Yes, the move function in current code is not too good.
Moving of threads/posts is one of the areas I will totally redo and fix in the rewrite/cleanup I'm doing. Another aspect I will fix regarding Moving threads is that the post links gets updated to the correct new post links (so I don't have to manually fix them after move).
Moving threads never worked that well in the old code either (NPFChan), so moving threads/posts is something that always have been used very rarely.
We had small incident of downtime. Hopefully it didn't cause too much inconvenience.
It scared me the hell out.
Not sure what the reason was. Server stopped responding.
The server might just have had a Derp moment, but all looks good now.
Fixed small bug regarding posting links and getting false positive "Spam detected" alert.
That's good news. It's annoying getting flood detected every few minutes when I'm dumping images.
Updated a major part of the code hoping I fixed the bug that caused server to not respond. If you notice anything that isn't working as it should please let me know.
>>6658>I fixed the bug that caused server to not respond
Yup, I got that problem. Last time was 10 minutes ago.
Last one you experienced might have been when i took down server shortly to activate the new code. But hopefully the change I did to the code will make the site more responsive and not have the occasional slow to respond as happened from time to time.
Bug: There is no "Whole words only" option in the search menu.
Search for "ADL" and you see countless posts with the letters adl somewhere in them. Posts where someone used a word like badly, sadly, adler, and so on.
I'd recommend add a space before or after. Pro tip " ADL " or " ADL" or "ADL ".
I have seen an OP post where there were links provided to lolicon websites. The post was since deleted, but the post itself may have taken a while to be deleted from the catalog. Is there any reason for this?
Do you even understand how servers operate nigger?
Surrounded by retards and boomers.
I do, but Johnny Law may not.
>6687>I do, but Johnny Law may not.
So what's the point? Are you also a lawyer giving legal advice?
The 'under the hood' stuff is better left in the dark as proprietary knowledge for the time being. Maybe not, in any case not my call.>I do,
Then you ahould understand the trials and tribulations associated with any content hosting from third parties.
So there may be multitudes of any kind of reasons and different solutions to problems. The ugly gritty details are by nature just handled. Some technical, some biological, some in human fallibility, some in human intuition, some by mechanical check sums, or any other possibility. Maybe it's communication time, maybe it's time taken to type and double check that really is the post who knows.
Maybe it's something else completely.
You can speculate, but that doesn't solve anything. Nor is speculation how you quickly and efficiently and robustly solve these kinds of happenstances.
If you do undertand you also may understand what kind of responsibilities you have and don't have, and the current available actions at hand.
In any case it's only worth a theoretical programming-lite thread in and of itself for stand alone projects.
Or even a theoretical law thread.Wait.>may have taken
So you don't know. That looks awfully alot like legal bait.
>>6693>So what's the point? Are you also a lawyer giving legal advice?>The 'under the hood' stuff is better left in the dark as proprietary knowledge for the time being. Maybe not, in any case not my call.
I’m not a lawyer giving legal advice, but there may be a case where server owners and/or administrators are strictly liable for forbidden content hosted on their servers. This means that no matter the explanation, they are responsible for it, no excuses.>inb4 “That also sounds like legal bait!”
I have taken a course in business law, but I don’t have a law license nor do I plan on getting one anytime soon. Ask a real lawyer if you want the kind of stuff you are suggesting I’m giving.>Then you ahould understand the trials and tribulations associated with any content hosting from third parties.>So there may be multitudes of any kind of reasons and different solutions to problems.
And none of them may matter in a lawsuit or prosecution such as the one that I had previously suggested could occur. In fact, it could only mean that far worse problems could be caused as a result of this “virtual bureaucracy”, such as the continued spread of viruses or worms long after they would have been allegedly been deleted.
Can you add a "Sort by newest" and "sort by oldest" option to the Search function?
I wonder what are you looking for.
Going to look into adding that (should be easy to add that function).
Fixed small bug where posting without body would fail. Hopefully not too many were affected by this.
Working on the AAC file detect addition but have to spend a little time on it in case other already uploaded files would be affected by change.
Updated code so AAC should now be detected and correctly assigned to file extension. I kept all current potential AAC files already uploaded as MP3 since I will have to write a script to check all files and update the database to reflect this (something I probably will do in conjunction with next version of board code).
Did some updates on the server. Hopefully the short downtime didn't affect too many people and that everything is running as it should now.
Please let us know if something isn't working as it should.
/mlpol/ was offline around 45 minutes - ERROR 503.
Now it looks like is working fine.
Added option to automatically check the Hide Flag checkbox in Option for those who want that. Also fixed so when checked it is not reset on posting reply. Let me know if there is any problems using it.
Pupper, threads randomly won't bump, neither in the Overview or Catalog.
It happened again just a few minutes ago.
In the Corona thread, post >>352419 was made at 00:44:14 and it didn't bump.
On top of it are:
- Humor Thread: post >>352416 at 23:58:42
- Cultural Marxism and Derivated anti-White activity: post >>352417 at 00:06:22
- The Great Reset: post >>352418 at 00:31:42
- US Politics thread: >>352420 at 00:45:47
B-but the sage wasn't shown in the replay. I'll keep you posted if I found another stuck thread.
Sage don't need to go in all fields. The sage in all fields is just a meme because many don't know where to put it.
The semi-unrelated bug I found was that if a post came after the saged' post and it was deleted the sage would not be applied and would bump the thread. So it was not a loss looking into it, but will probably not fix until next version of code unless I find time to add the change into current.
It never did. It's the same as 4chan. That was just a meme perpetuated by a handful of Anons who wanted to express their distaste for certain threads, and a few smoothbrains who use it in response to certain posts (as if you can sage a post).
Personally I never liked it, because announcing sages is obnoxious, imo. Sage is supposed to be a method to reply to shitty threads without bumping that thread to give it undeserved attention, and to prevent sliding good threads; it is not a downvote.
That's my post. I can confirm it was saged.
I sage on this board a lot, mostly out of habit. I generally sage threads by default unless I consciously find a reason to bump it. It's a habit I brought from trying to maintain quality on 4/pol/ to avoid slide threads that I still have even after all these years.
>but why would you sage that thread?
I saved it because it is a general, and since it is a general it will inevitably get bumped, and therefore it does not need my help to bump it. It's just what I do.
one can copypaste emoji from posts which is good, but one can't search for them in a thread using ctrl+f, for example search :anon and see if this anonfilly emoji is highlighted, it wont be
Add colored and different shaped dice (hexagonal, octagonal etc like in d&d) and adding a RPG tile and changing the /a/ tile name from anime and manga to anime, cartoon, Comics and manga. Entering a password starting with a number. Creating a flag option and creating a Fediverse with channels on AllChans.
This site posts the name of youtube videos but not shorts. Will there be an update that displays the names of shorts?
I will look into adding shorts and see if there is oembed data available for shorts.
Updated JS so shorts should be correctly embedded now.
This site embeds Twitter links, but not nitter links.
Don't look like there is a good way to do that, one would hope browsers would use alt text on images for search but they don't. I will do some testing and checking if there is a way but the ones I've tested won't "highlight" image only say there is a text matching the text and roughly where it is.
Why not make a /b/ board and an /rp/?
Our /b/ board is /sp/.
I have been asking for an RP board for years. Currently it goes to /vx/, but I'm not satisfied with that at all.