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Re: Report Bugs Here

Postby Proterra » Mon Jul 15, 2013 2:41 pm

Elves,

http://www.summitpost.org/mountain-mete ... and/460005

Could you please find out what went wrong here? I went into this page to update the links - did not change anything else, but when I save the page suddenly everything is bolded.

Also, the section "change log" I added to it screws up totally...




Nevermind the above - found a workaround. Just need to save it in the new editor afterwards and it comes out okay...
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Re: Report Bugs Here

Postby Josh Lewis » Mon Jul 15, 2013 7:02 pm

The new editor has a "self correcting" feature. Sometimes it's good, but other times it will destroy your page if your not careful. :wink: Okay maybe not destroy it, but add a lot of clean up work. Moral of the story is use good HTML. I'm guessing that their was no closing bold tag where it should have existed. I'm guessing the editor decided to strip it out considering that it was incomplete.
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Re: Report Bugs Here

Postby Proterra » Mon Jul 15, 2013 10:44 pm

I guess - but I only use the old editor. Don't like the new editor, Wikipedia also uses something similar and I despise it.

Anyway - worked on that page in the old editor, used the old editor to fix some links, and suddenly found a load of shite after hitting the "save" button. Rolling it back to a previous version also didn't work. But I saw that it looked fine in the preview of the new editor, so I figured to save it through there, and suddenly everything worked fine, and then I went back into the old editor to fix the rest.

By the way, I saw in the tutorial which Montana Matt set up that the idea is to stick to a particular style, would it maybe be a nice idea (for SP v4 or so) to have a sort of EPiServer CMS kind of deal? Or is that too expensive?
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Re: Report Bugs Here

Postby Josh Lewis » Tue Jul 16, 2013 1:27 am

I tend to go back and forth. Overall I like the old editor better, but the new one has it's advantages too. Feel free to let me know when you use the old editor and have a broken formatted page without using the new editor to fix it. I usually spot those issues in a jiffy. :) I would then be able to explain what went wrong.

I'm not familiar with EPiServer CMS, but I signed up to get a free demo for it. Unless it's scary priced, I don't think that will be an issue if it's both fairly easy to integrate into SummitPost and is proven to be beneficial. I'm trying to cook up some ideas for SP version 4 for this up coming Fall. I'd also like to see a re-done private message system which I plan on doing an investigation on that. It would also be nifty to be able to select the default editor in the profile.

Look what you did, now you got me saying a bunch of stuff that isn't related to bug fixes. :wink: I plan on having a thread dedicated to this kind of stuff in a few months.
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Re: Report Bugs Here

Postby anita » Wed Aug 14, 2013 3:40 am

trying to update profile - keep getting this:

update_user_profile() failed: DB Error: unknown error

fix it, Josh.
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Re: Report Bugs Here

Postby Josh Lewis » Wed Aug 14, 2013 6:24 am

I don't have access to the server. :wink: Even if I did know how to fix it I couldn't. However tonight I made my first useful php script tonight. :D I still have a long ways to go, but I'm learning. CSS is still my passion.
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Re: Report Bugs Here

Postby visentin » Wed Aug 14, 2013 9:46 am

anita wrote:trying to update profile - keep getting this:

update_user_profile() failed: DB Error: unknown error

fix it, Josh.


That's what happen when Summitpost detects when someones tries to write dirty things ;)
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Re: Report Bugs Here

Postby Josh Lewis » Wed Aug 14, 2013 7:11 pm

I usually get one when clicking my own profile image as seen here:

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Re: Report Bugs Here

Postby anita » Wed Aug 14, 2013 7:18 pm

visentin wrote:
anita wrote:trying to update profile - keep getting this:

update_user_profile() failed: DB Error: unknown error

fix it, Josh.


That's what happen when Summitpost detects when someones tries to write dirty things ;)


I don't know what you're talking about.
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Re: Report Bugs Here

Postby anita » Thu Aug 15, 2013 2:20 pm

Josh: is there a way to delete comments posted to one's submissions?
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Re: Report Bugs Here

Postby Josh Lewis » Thu Aug 15, 2013 7:32 pm

You can delete additions and corrections others have posted on your pages. But you cannot delete comments other have posted on your pages. However you can either contact the owner of the comment(s) or the elves. The reason for this is that in the past some folks deleted comments as a way to avoid someone's additions/faults. For example if you comment on a page and say "the page is missing driving directions". The owner cannot remove your words, hence it has to be either listed to be the owner or hopefully someone else sees it. Agreed that this is kinda annoying but it's just the way it is right now. However if you have a more clever method for dealing with this, feel free to chime in.
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Re: Report Bugs Here

Postby mrchad9 » Thu Aug 15, 2013 7:42 pm

The main reason you cannot delete comments on submissions is so that folks are free to voice differing opinions... such as with controversial articles or TRs.
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Re: Report Bugs Here

Postby Josh Lewis » Thu Aug 15, 2013 9:54 pm

That too. 8) I figured someone might back be up if I missed anything.
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Re: Report Bugs Here

Postby Josh Lewis » Sun Aug 25, 2013 4:30 am

Matt Lemke hasn't been able to do much SP work due to getting a really ugly SQL error (this is the one I got):

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replace_object() INSERT INTO `objects` SET `last_edit`=NOW(),`last_edit_user_id`='67750',`show_toc`='Yes',`construction`='No',`obj_type_name`='Cheezy Peak',`object_name`='Cheezy Peak',`province`=NULL,`county`=NULL,`latitude`=NULL,`longitude`=NULL,`private_attach`='Yes',`bannertypeclick`='htmlSticker',`query`='Find Weather',`object_body_ft`='It ain\'t easy being cheezy',`object_id`='863222',`type_id`='8',`creation`='2013-08-24 21:15:52',`created_user_id`='67750',`is_primary_photo_user_set`=0,`query_name`='Cheezy Peak' ON DUPLICATE KEY UPDATE `last_edit`=NOW(),`last_edit_user_id`='67750',`show_toc`='Yes',`construction`='No',`obj_type_name`='Cheezy Peak',`object_name`='Cheezy Peak',`province`=NULL,`county`=NULL,`latitude`=NULL,`longitude`=NULL,`private_attach`='Yes',`bannertypeclick`='htmlSticker',`query`='Find Weather',`object_body_ft`='It ain\'t easy being cheezy',`object_id`='863222',`type_id`='8',`creation`='2013-08-24 21:15:52',`created_user_id`='67750',`is_primary_photo_user_set`=0,`query_name`='Cheezy Peak' failed: DB Error: no such field


Fortunately after doing over an hour of investigating I figured out it had to do with weather boxes (like weather underground and such). In this case there was a form and a event handler being called. :? After stripping out the code, poof the page worked just fine. Another interesting fact about that was that it occurred more in Google Chrome than FireFox. So if anyone gets crazy code like I have above, let me investigate it. I'll probably figure it out. :wink: But small time code, well I got more to learn for that part.
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Re: Report Bugs Here

Postby silversummit » Sun Sep 01, 2013 8:23 pm

I haven't read all the prior posts and I know this is a very minor bug but I was doing some searches (regular and advanced) and when I put in a date i.e. 2013 for images posted in 2013 the first image that comes up is from 2005. Other years also come up such as on p. 3 with 2011. I tried other specific years such as 2012 and 2007 and similar non-year specified images came up in the results.

Am I searching for something that the Search isn't designed to do?

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