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Re: Issues and Bugs

Postby Varislintu » 2017-04-03, 19:07

Johanna wrote:
Varislintu wrote:Why is Unilang no longer a secure site (https)? :hmm: I guess the certificate has expired or something? I don't feel like logging in because I guess anyone can "listen" to my password currently.

It is for me, and I don't get any message about the certificate not being in order either...

Maybe you just followed a link that left out the s? AFAIK it's still possible to access the forum via plain old http, and unfortunately you won't get redirected automatically.


Okay, thanks! Yes, indeed the first google result I get directs to the mere http version, and that's what I used. Silly me, I realise now that I could have just added the s to the URL line. But this makes me wonder if it wouldn't be better if the http address just redirected everyone to the https address?
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Re: Issues and Bugs

Postby Johanna » 2017-04-03, 19:25

Varislintu wrote:
Johanna wrote:
Varislintu wrote:Why is Unilang no longer a secure site (https)? :hmm: I guess the certificate has expired or something? I don't feel like logging in because I guess anyone can "listen" to my password currently.

It is for me, and I don't get any message about the certificate not being in order either...

Maybe you just followed a link that left out the s? AFAIK it's still possible to access the forum via plain old http, and unfortunately you won't get redirected automatically.

Okay, thanks! Yes, indeed the first google result I get directs to the mere http version, and that's what I used. Silly me, I realise now that I could have just added the s to the URL line. But this makes me wonder if it wouldn't be better if the http address just redirected everyone to the https address?

Yeah, especially ever since the issue about the certificate was sorted out way back. Not that the certificate was ever bad, it was just that the name on it wasn't unilang.org, but rather proycon's domain, so some browsers issued a warning.

In any case, I've contacted him about it.
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Re: Issues and Bugs

Postby proycon » 2017-04-03, 19:36

Right, I'll have a look soon to make sure everything redirects to HTTPS, I made an issue on github as well: https://github.com/proycon/unilangforum/issues/20
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Re: Issues and Bugs

Postby md0 » 2017-04-03, 20:17

If the site is on Apache, basically that's all you need:

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RewriteEngine on
RewriteCond %{SERVER_NAME} =unilang.org [OR]
RewriteCond %{SERVER_NAME} =www.unilang.org
RewriteRule ^ https://%{SERVER_NAME}%{REQUEST_URI} [END,QSA,R=permanent]
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Re: Issues and Bugs

Postby dEhiN » 2017-04-06, 17:13

proycon wrote:Right, I'll have a look soon to make sure everything redirects to HTTPS, I made an issue on github as well: https://github.com/proycon/unilangforum/issues/20

Except that the server name "www" seems to only be on HTTP. I tried both "http://www.unilang.org" and "https://www.unilang.org" and both directed me to "http://ww.unilang.org". It's only the server name "forum" that seems to accept both HTTP and HTTPS connections.
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Re: Issues and Bugs

Postby dEhiN » 2017-05-28, 2:53

I noticed a bug for the Wikipedia page associated with one of the language flags. The flag alt [flag=]alt[/flag], which refers to the Altai language, incorrectly takes the user to this Wikipedia page for which there is no article. The correct Wikipedia page should be this one, as far as I can tell.
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Re: Issues and Bugs

Postby Antea » 2017-07-23, 12:54

If I try to send a private message, but although I get the message of " your message has been sent", in fact the message get stuck in the "outbox file" (that, by the way, I don't know what it is or what is its purpose) and I don't see it in the file of "sent messages ", does it means it has been sent or not? :hmm:

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Re: Issues and Bugs

Postby Luís » 2017-07-23, 13:03

Antea wrote:If I try to send a private message, but although I get the message of " your message has been sent", in fact the message get stuck in the outbox file (that, by the way, I don't know what it is or what is its purpose) and I don't see it in the file of "sent messages ", does it means it has been sent or not? :hmm:


Don't worry, the message has been sent.
It will stay in the outbox folder until the person you sent it to logs in and actually reads it. This means you can edit the message (or even delete it) if you want to during this period.
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Re: Issues and Bugs

Postby Antea » 2017-07-23, 13:05

Ok, thanks for your answer. I am a disaster with computers :roll:

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Re: Issues and Bugs

Postby dEhiN » 2017-07-23, 23:07

Luís wrote:
Antea wrote:If I try to send a private message, but although I get the message of " your message has been sent", in fact the message get stuck in the outbox file (that, by the way, I don't know what it is or what is its purpose) and I don't see it in the file of "sent messages ", does it means it has been sent or not? :hmm:


Don't worry, the message has been sent.
It will stay in the outbox folder until the person you sent it to logs in and actually reads it. This means you can edit the message (or even delete it) if you want to during this period.

Huh, I didn't know that! That works differently then from say MS Outlook, or other mail programs. With Outlook, from what I remember, a message stays in your outbox folder until it gets sent, and then once it's sent that's it.
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Re: Issues and Bugs

Postby Osias » 2017-07-23, 23:43

Because e-mail programs can't check other people inboxes on other files on other machines to see if they're read, but on this forum everything is on a single database.
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Re: Issues and Bugs

Postby dEhiN » 2017-07-24, 3:54

Osias wrote:Because e-mail programs can't check other people inboxes on other files on other machines to see if they're read, but on this forum everything is on a single database.

That makes sense. (By the way, how do I say this in Portuguese? I know in French it's "ça a du raison".)
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Re: Issues and Bugs

Postby vijayjohn » 2017-07-24, 3:58

dEhiN wrote:
Osias wrote:Because e-mail programs can't check other people inboxes on other files on other machines to see if they're read, but on this forum everything is on a single database.

That makes sense. (By the way, how do I say this in Portuguese? I know in French it's "ça a du raison".)

I thought it was "ça a du sens." Also, raison is feminine, so *du raison would be ungrammatical.

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Re: Issues and Bugs

Postby dEhiN » 2017-07-24, 4:02

vijayjohn wrote:
dEhiN wrote:
Osias wrote:Because e-mail programs can't check other people inboxes on other files on other machines to see if they're read, but on this forum everything is on a single database.

That makes sense. (By the way, how do I say this in Portuguese? I know in French it's "ça a du raison".)

I thought it was "ça a du sens." Also, raison is feminine, so *du raison would be ungrammatical.

Tu as raison ! Désolé, c'est ça a du sens.
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Re: Issues and Bugs

Postby vijayjohn » 2017-07-24, 4:35

dEhiN wrote:
vijayjohn wrote:
dEhiN wrote:
Osias wrote:Because e-mail programs can't check other people inboxes on other files on other machines to see if they're read, but on this forum everything is on a single database.

That makes sense. (By the way, how do I say this in Portuguese? I know in French it's "ça a du raison".)

I thought it was "ça a du sens." Also, raison is feminine, so *du raison would be ungrammatical.

Tu as raison ! Désolé, c'est ça a du sens.

In Portuguese, AFAICT it's isso faz sentido, just like in English.

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Re: Issues and Bugs

Postby dEhiN » 2017-07-24, 4:56

vijayjohn wrote:In Portuguese, AFAICT it's isso faz sentido, just like in English.

Ok, obrigado!
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Re: Issues and Bugs

Postby Osias » 2017-07-24, 18:35

Isso aí!
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Re: Issues and Bugs

Postby vijayjohn » 2017-08-10, 14:06

How come the flag for Old French doesn't seem to work? :hmm:

The code for Old French is apparently fr.old, but if you try to use it, instead of getting [ownflag=Old French (fr.old)]http://forum.unilang.org/ext/unilang/languages/styles/all/theme/images/langicons/fr.old.png[/ownflag], you get just the flag of modern France: [flag=Old(??) French]fr.old[/flag]

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Re: Issues and Bugs

Postby OldBoring » 2017-08-10, 19:12

Because fuck l'Ancien Régime! Vive la Révolution française! Liberté, Égalité, Fraternité! (fr)(fr)(fr)

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Re: Issues and Bugs

Postby vijayjohn » 2017-08-10, 19:24

But it was used after la Révolution française, too!


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