sjarelkwint wrote:If you're on the index.php page and you click on a topic-title can you change it into "go to first new post" instead of go to first post?
borutb wrote:I get the HTTP 404 error message when I click on the primary image of one of the following Route pages I recently submitted:
borutb wrote:Further, If I open those Image pages (from somewhere else than by clicking the primary image), I get the same error message when I click the link to the Route page (the link to the right, the one above the galleries; not the link at the top of the page).
borutb wrote:Taking a look at the New Routes display on the What's New board, two routes (one of which is mine, the other one is Bubba Suesss') seem to have an "abnormal" amount of hits (and growing).
http://www.summitpost.org/route/671267/ ... -720m.html
http://www.summitpost.org/route/671173/ ... trail.html
A few years ago there were cases of pages auto-generating hits. Is that maybe the case again?
nartreb wrote:Apologies if this was already addressed.
I decided just after submitting this photo:
http://www.summitpost.org/view_object.p ... _id=672022
that I liked another, very similar shot better for the purpose. I used the Edit feature to browse to and submit a new photo without changing the description. (It showed the same climber in the same location, later the same day. Nobody had voted on the photo yet.)
When I click through to the full-size photo, I see that the new one did upload, but the photo's "main page" and all the gallery thumbnails still show the "old" photo. (Yes, I told my browser to force-reload. I also tried in a different browser that uses a different cache directory.)
In case this is just a Rackspace issue that will resolve itself in a few minutes: The old photo is oriented vertically (portrait mode); the new one is horizontal (landscape mode). If you see the climber with his shirt on, you're seeing the new photo.
borutb wrote:The RS Cloud is really interesting. It keeps everything.
borutb wrote:I caught up with some deleted photos (by entering their number in the url).
borutb wrote:I wonder how big that cloud is.
Brian Jenkins wrote:I am currently unable to submit a Route Page, I keep getting a message saying there was an error uploading the file, try again. Tried it about 5 times and same thing.
Bob Burd wrote:Clicking on a user page (starting from the "People" page) now gives one the page of a photo or mountain since User IDs and object IDs are confused in the new URL formats.
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