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Re: Report Bugs Here

Postby Bob Sihler » Thu Sep 26, 2013 1:31 pm

Same thing here. It's definitely a system-wide problem.
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Re: Report Bugs Here

Postby Catamount » Thu Sep 26, 2013 3:32 pm

+1

Multiple devices and browsers. If you click on an blank image, it seems to kick start the process. Odd.

Edit - can't get the images now. Worse than it was a couple of hours ago.
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Re: Report Bugs Here

Postby anita » Fri Oct 04, 2013 3:18 pm

still can't upload images from my work computer. I just get the same blank screen as last time...
I am going to try clearing cookies & see what happens.

I tried uploading a smaller image, about 180kb, no problem.
tried 8mb, blank screen after a few minutes.
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Re: Report Bugs Here

Postby mrchad9 » Fri Oct 04, 2013 5:35 pm

I think 8 mb is the limit. Knock it down to 5 mb or something.
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Re: Report Bugs Here

Postby Bob Sihler » Fri Oct 04, 2013 5:47 pm

8 mb is the limit. I forget where I read that-- forum or elsewhere-- but it is. We should update the FAQ to reflect this.
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Re: Report Bugs Here

Postby mrchad9 » Fri Oct 04, 2013 6:28 pm

Bob Sihler wrote:We should update the FAQ to reflect this.

Looks like it was already in there. Ha!

http://www.summitpost.org/faq#chapter_42

JPEGs, GIFs, and PNGs of any dimension are accepted, but they must be less than 8mb in file size.
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Re: Report Bugs Here

Postby Bob Sihler » Fri Oct 04, 2013 7:53 pm

mrchad9 wrote:
Bob Sihler wrote:We should update the FAQ to reflect this.

Looks like it was already in there. Ha!

http://www.summitpost.org/faq#chapter_42

JPEGs, GIFs, and PNGs of any dimension are accepted, but they must be less than 8mb in file size.


Well, now it's in two places there. 8)
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Re: Report Bugs Here

Postby Josh Lewis » Sat Oct 05, 2013 2:36 am

Anita, try uploading a 7mb photo. An upload message should appear for uploads that are too big. Just saying.
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Re: Report Bugs Here

Postby anita » Sat Oct 05, 2013 1:13 pm

Josh: I figured it out on my own after I did a couple test uploads with smaller images. however no error message appeared when I tried the 8mb image. maybe that's something you could add?
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Re: Report Bugs Here

Postby Josh Lewis » Sat Oct 05, 2013 5:37 pm

I added it to the to do list yesterday a few minutes after my forum post. :wink: As of right now it's split into two "to do lists". One is currently approved, the second one may go under review after the first list is finished (as in they get implemented).
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Re: Report Bugs Here

Postby Vitaliy M. » Tue Oct 15, 2013 7:04 pm

Trying to post a page but when I click the "Submit" button it sends me to http://www.summitpost.org/new_create_object.php and gives me the content below on that page:

Pillar\"',`query_name`='\"Panic Pillar\"',`continent`='North America',`country`='United States',`province`=NULL,`state_province`='California',`county`=NULL,`latitude`='37.84738',`longitude`='-119.40603',`activities`='Trad Climbing',`seasons`='Spring, Summer, Fall',`elevation`='10,904',`object_body_ft`='
Overview

Panic pillar is a vertical pillar of rock just a few dozen feet south from the summit of Cathedral Peak. Even though a few feet lower in elevation than Cathedral, it holds a much greater challenge for a rock climber. Not just a physical challenge of pulling 5.8-5.9 moves, but a mental one – last 25 feet or so of climbing can’t be protected by traditional gear. A leader fall from the last ten feet of the climb will cause serious injuries or death. Due to above mentioned difficulties this pinnacle does not see fraction of traffic Cathedral Peak receives.
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First Free Ascent (on lead) was likely made by Tom Higgins and Bud Couch, in early 1970s. They are responsible for naming this formation and placing a single bolt on top to use for a rappell.
Glen Dawson and Jack Riegelhuth are thought to make a First Ascent of a pillar in 1930s or 40s by throwing a rope over the formation and than climbing it on “top rope.”
Getting There

Take Highway 120 to Yosemite National Park and drive to Toulumne Meadows. Easiest way to approach the peak is from Cathedral Lakes trailhead.
Route

Most climbers would want to climb Cathedral Peak or Eichorn Pinnacle first and do Panic Pillar as a side trip. The route is up the west face of the pillar and is rated as 5.9 R, even though addition of X is a possibility if climber slips from the last technical crux.
Make your way to the notch of Cathedral and Panic Pillar. Establish a belay below a steep crack. Climb the crack and transition to the west side of the pillar. Before you transition you can clip a rusty piton and place a small cam (green alien/blue metolious), or maybe a nut. From there you do not need any gear. Pull up and mantle to the top of a small ledge and continue climbing up towards the top using the arete. You will have to make a few 5.8/5.9 moves with a potential for decking.
Red Tape

Add Red Tape text here.
When to Climb

This pinnacle can usually be climbed during months when Tioga Pass is opened. Check conditions and snow levels before coming.
Camping

Usually done as a day-hike since camping in Budd Creek drainage (Cathedral Peak\'s east side) and within 4 miles of the trailhead is not allowed.
External Links

Add External Links text here.\r\n
',`is_primary_photo_user_set`=0 ON DUPLICATE KEY UPDATE `object_id`=NULL,`type_id`=1,`last_edit`=NOW(),`creation`=NOW(),`last_edit_user_id`='68997',`created_user_id`='68997',`show_toc`='Yes',`construction`='Yes',`object_name`='\"Panic Pillar\"',`query_name`='\"Panic Pillar\"',`continent`='North America',`country`='United States',`province`=NULL,`state_province`='California',`county`=NULL,`latitude`='37.84738',`longitude`='-119.40603',`activities`='Trad Climbing',`seasons`='Spring, Summer, Fall',`elevation`='10,904',`object_body_ft`='
Overview

Panic pillar is a vertical pillar of rock just a few dozen feet south from the summit of Cathedral Peak. Even though a few feet lower in elevation than Cathedral, it holds a much greater challenge for a rock climber. Not just a physical challenge of pulling 5.8-5.9 moves, but a mental one – last 25 feet or so of climbing can’t be protected by traditional gear. A leader fall from the last ten feet of the climb will cause serious injuries or death. Due to above mentioned difficulties this pinnacle does not see fraction of traffic Cathedral Peak receives.
\n
First Free Ascent (on lead) was likely made by Tom Higgins and Bud Couch, in early 1970s. They are responsible for naming this formation and placing a single bolt on top to use for a rappell.
Glen Dawson and Jack Riegelhuth are thought to make a First Ascent of a pillar in 1930s or 40s by throwing a rope over the formation and than climbing it on “top rope.”
Getting There

Take Highway 120 to Yosemite National Park and drive to Toulumne Meadows. Easiest way to approach the peak is from Cathedral Lakes trailhead.
Route

Most climbers would want to climb Cathedral Peak or Eichorn Pinnacle first and do Panic Pillar as a side trip. The route is up the west face of the pillar and is rated as 5.9 R, even though addition of X is a possibility if climber slips from the last technical crux.
Make your way to the notch of Cathedral and Panic Pillar. Establish a belay below a steep crack. Climb the crack and transition to the west side of the pillar. Before you transition you can clip a rusty piton and place a small cam (green alien/blue metolious), or maybe a nut. From there you do not need any gear. Pull up and mantle to the top of a small ledge and continue climbing up towards the top using the arete. You will have to make a few 5.8/5.9 moves with a potential for decking.
Red Tape

Add Red Tape text here.
When to Climb

This pinnacle can usually be climbed during months when Tioga Pass is opened. Check conditions and snow levels before coming.
Camping

Usually done as a day-hike since camping in Budd Creek drainage (Cathedral Peak\'s east side) and within 4 miles of the trailhead is not allowed.
External Links

Add External Links text here.\r\n
',`is_primary_photo_user_set`=0 failed: DB Error: unknown error



Please help! I tried it 3 times now with the same result. :/
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Re: Report Bugs Here

Postby mrchad9 » Tue Oct 15, 2013 7:13 pm

And what browser do you use?
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Re: Report Bugs Here

Postby Vitaliy M. » Tue Oct 15, 2013 7:22 pm

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Re: Report Bugs Here

Postby Montana Matt » Tue Oct 15, 2013 8:12 pm

My guess is that the error is due to the comma in the elevation. Try entering the elevation without the comma. If that doesn't work, I'll either need the full query to debug (looks like part of it is missing above) it or have all of the information entered for each field so that I can recreate.

If you post the entire query (the content you posted above), use the code tag like this:
Code: Select all
PASTE QUERY HERE
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Re: Report Bugs Here

Postby Vitaliy M. » Tue Oct 15, 2013 9:42 pm

Thanks, it works.
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