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Re: Report Bugs Here

Postby Lolli » Sat Sep 25, 2010 11:28 pm

Kiefer Thomas wrote:
hansw wrote:If you click on hansw or Quote to the left (or right) the result is not what you expect it to be.


:lol: Yep. That wasn't what I expected it to be!
At least it doesn't take you to some Ukrainian girl wanting to profess her love to you & how interesting your profile seems to be!


haha!
Yes, unexpected indeed!
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Re: Report Bugs Here

Postby Montana Matt » Sun Sep 26, 2010 3:03 am

Saintgrizzly wrote:Hey Matt,

"Submit Changes" button now seems to be working. It seems to be a bit slow, but nothing I can't live with. THANKS!

--Vernon

That's because I was away from my computer most of the afternoon and the scripts that I was running died while I was away. The scripts are causing the pages not to load.

Lolli wrote:I cannot open Nanul's Pembroke/Penfro page. http://www.summitpost.org/area/range/56 ... enfro.html
A lot of computer gibberish comes up instead.

Is that the script thing too?

No, actually that's due to the problem that the scripts I'm running will fix.
Bob Sihler wrote:Matt, would it be easier if we just asked people not to submit or edit pages for a few days while the scripts run? If that makes less work for you, I think that's reasonable to ask. We could do another global PM and also post a thread with a sticky.

That would probably be helpful, but I'd rather not have to resort to that. I'm hoping that the scripts will complete running sometime mid to late next week at the rate they're going. Things between now and then might be sketchy though.
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Re: Report Bugs Here

Postby ajberry » Sun Sep 26, 2010 4:23 am

hansw wrote:How come a Trip Report can be done by no one?

http://www.summitpost.org/trip-report/6 ... image.html


I'm the guilty party. It was the first part of a much longer TR, which, after initially posting it, I decided to kill. Trouble is, that decision coincided with the editorial system's slowdown/meltdown (see this thread earlier today), the result being that when I deleted the page (or tried to), the system duly eliminated my ownership of the page (meaning I can now do nothing about it) but failed to eliminate the page. Can someone with admin privileges put the page out of its misery? (But with some care as I now have up a nearly completed TR with the same name...). Many thanks. And thanks, Matt, for response re slowdown. Seems to be doing OK now.

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Re: Report Bugs Here

Postby EastKing » Sun Sep 26, 2010 1:18 pm

Saintgrizzly wrote:Saturday morning. The "Edit Page" button works, but what does not is the "Submit Changes" button-- it doesn't even time out, but just keeps reporting that it is "loading." As an experiment, the following page (which I've been trying to upgrade, and had no problems with such efforts last evening)

http://www.summitpost.org/mountain/rock ... ntain.html

ran the "loading" wheel for over 20 minutes! No error message; no time out--just "loading"--before I gave up and clicked on the "stop loading this page" button.

I've checked other pages, and the "Submit CHanges" button simply doesn't work (or rather, the button works, but not the "loading" part).

Help! And thank you....

Vernon


I am having that problem with my new TR as well now.
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Re: Report Bugs Here

Postby Montana Matt » Sun Sep 26, 2010 3:27 pm

EastKing wrote:I am having that problem with my new TR as well now.

Things are going to be a bit shaky with the editing of pages until I get these scripts to complete.

Also, any pages with lots of images on them are possibly going to result in an error being thrown before the page loads completely until these scripts are done.
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Re: Report Bugs Here

Postby hansw » Sun Sep 26, 2010 8:27 pm

Something seems to be wrong with defining Latitude and Longitude for a page. The pointer on the map cannot be moved.
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Re: Report Bugs Here

Postby Montana Matt » Sun Sep 26, 2010 8:34 pm

hansw wrote:Something seems to be wrong with defining Latitude and Longitude for a page. The pointer on the map cannot be moved.

The pointer is always in the center of the map. In order to move the location of the pointer, you'll need to drag the map around until the location you want is in the center of the map and the pointer is on the location you want it.
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Re: Report Bugs Here

Postby hansw » Sun Sep 26, 2010 8:48 pm

Montana Matt wrote:
hansw wrote:Something seems to be wrong with defining Latitude and Longitude for a page. The pointer on the map cannot be moved.

The pointer is always in the center of the map. In order to move the location of the pointer, you'll need to drag the map around until the location you want is in the center of the map and the pointer is on the location you want it.

My fault. :oops:
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Re: Report Bugs Here

Postby Montana Matt » Sun Sep 26, 2010 9:30 pm

hansw wrote:My fault. :oops:
Thanks

Admittedly it's a bit confusing. Perhaps we should add a bit of text to that page to tell people how to use the map to mark the location.
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Re: Report Bugs Here

Postby Kiefer » Mon Sep 27, 2010 4:37 am

I was wondering exactly the same thing. I've really laid off the site lately until the script is finished. It takes horrendously long for anything to load.
Sucks because there's some reports I'd like to vote and comment on.
I just hope things get worked out soon. I have a HUGE report I want to add loaded with pictures.

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EastKing wrote:I am having that problem with my new TR as well now.

Things are going to be a bit shaky with the editing of pages until I get these scripts to complete.

Also, any pages with lots of images on them are possibly going to result in an error being thrown before the page loads completely until these scripts are done.
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Re: Report Bugs Here

Postby rpc » Mon Sep 27, 2010 4:46 am

Some of my TR's are still not loeading (this precedes the forum format change)...any news on this issue? thanks!

PS the error message I get:
get_image_file() failed: DB Error: no database selected
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Re: Report Bugs Here

Postby Montana Matt » Mon Sep 27, 2010 6:31 am

rpc wrote:Some of my TR's are still not loeading (this precedes the forum format change)...any news on this issue? thanks!

PS the error message I get:
get_image_file() failed: DB Error: no database selected

Right, this error has nothing to do with the forum upgrade. It has to do with the fact that the images were moved off the main server to the cloud and the way that the code is written to get the image sizes before sending them to the user's browser. Once the scripts complete running, things will run much faster.
Kiefer Thomas wrote:I was wondering exactly the same thing. I've really laid off the site lately until the script is finished. It takes horrendously long for anything to load.
Sucks because there's some reports I'd like to vote and comment on.
I just hope things get worked out soon. I have a HUGE report I want to add loaded with pictures.

Sorry about this Kiefer and everyone. I understand that it's really annoying to deal with, but unfortunately the scripts will take a very long time to complete (hopefully they'll be done by next Friday). The only way to make them go faster is to take the site offline completely for a day or so, which I haven't really considered as an option. Until things are done, we'll have to deal with a slower SP with the occasional error message.
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Re: Report Bugs Here

Postby rhyang » Mon Sep 27, 2010 2:42 pm

Just got a note from AlpineAffinity (Aaron) -

AlpineAffinity wrote:Hey rob, every time i try to post a reply to a topic, click on a site
admin's profile or try to do anything to contact people (besides you, it
seems) I get taken back to my profile page! very annoying. can you tell
them that something is awry with my profile?? I also have a message in my
inbox that wont seem to go away. Boo.

Thanks man.


I mentioned to him that the message(s) in his inbox from The Management would stay until they did the purge, but am not sure what to tell him about the other issues. Just thought someone should be informed ..
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Re: Report Bugs Here

Postby Hotoven » Mon Sep 27, 2010 3:30 pm

Montana Matt wrote:
hansw wrote:My fault. :oops:
Thanks

Admittedly it's a bit confusing. Perhaps we should add a bit of text to that page to tell people how to use the map to mark the location.


I never really liked how its always in Southern CA to start out. Is there a way to set it in the middle of the U.S. and keep it there?
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Re: Report Bugs Here

Postby Montana Matt » Mon Sep 27, 2010 4:32 pm

rhyang wrote:Just got a note from AlpineAffinity (Aaron) -

AlpineAffinity wrote:Hey rob, every time i try to post a reply to a topic, click on a site
admin's profile or try to do anything to contact people (besides you, it
seems) I get taken back to my profile page! very annoying. can you tell
them that something is awry with my profile?? I also have a message in my
inbox that wont seem to go away. Boo.

Thanks man.


I mentioned to him that the message(s) in his inbox from The Management would stay until they did the purge, but am not sure what to tell him about the other issues. Just thought someone should be informed ..

This is an issue with cookies. He'll need to log out of the site and then log back in. If he still has issues, he should delete all of his cookies and then log back in.
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Montana Matt wrote:
hansw wrote:My fault. :oops:
Thanks

Admittedly it's a bit confusing. Perhaps we should add a bit of text to that page to tell people how to use the map to mark the location.


I never really liked how its always in Southern CA to start out. Is there a way to set it in the middle of the U.S. and keep it there?

It can be placed anywhere to start with, though I'm not sure why the middle of the US would be any better than southern CA.
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