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Subscribe to this thread BUGS! created by Dreamkeepers on February 11, 2013

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DeviousPsychopath3/7/13 3:06am
I can only edit my most recent post within a thread. Can you change that, so we can edit any of our posts? I need to fix up the first post for the Minecraft Dreamkeepers fan server and update it with new info.
Chaos, Panic, and Disorder! My work here is done.

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HazzardousEco3/7/13 6:33am
@Devious: I noticed this as well; as soon as a put in another reply in a thread i've posted in before, I'm not allowed to edit nor delete my previous post. I assumed it was intentional to prevent confusion or strange breaks in the thread.

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Ed3/7/13 7:36am
That is correct. While there are different philosophies on the matter, my thought was that editing should be used to, say, make corrections to a shameful spelling error, or append a point that you had forgotten prior to pressing "post". The reason I would refrain from allowing edits to any point in the past is to avoid the confusion of having to look back at an entire thread to see if anything new has been added to what should be old posts. Also, abuse of this ability would allow a user or users to completely alter a discussion that has occurred. And you know what they say about altering history.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KJRh-37H4fA

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ListenLoudly3/7/13 9:38am
The prelude archives are glitching. Whenever I click on any of Lilith and Namah's comics, it takes me to the same picture, regardless of which one I click on. I've tried it on multiple computers and it still does this.
The comic it zaps to isn't numbered, but it has a dorky alligator on it. Go and see for yourself!

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Prometheus3/7/13 7:09pm
Is anyone else having trouble using the arrow buttons in the GNS page on their iPod or other mobile devices? Or am I the only person reading the books on the go? <.<

@ListenLoudly

Same problem here. Strange. May have something to do with Dave changing one of the recent Bobby vs. Grunn strips around with the GNS page announcement. Probably glitched out a part of the archives when he removed the announcement.

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CalvinCopyright3/8/13 11:03am
I have the same problem. I think it redirects to comic 378 - Booksplosion.

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WingedDancer3/8/13 11:20am
That problem has been bothering me for a few weeks. I have tried to introduce the comic to my friends, but it just wouldn't go to the first Lilith-Namah comic. I was sad, because none of my school friends know the comic, and I couldn't show it to them from the beginning. Roar.

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Tricky3/8/13 11:22pm
Yeah, I'm having that same problem over here.

One way I found of getting around it is to click on #31 in Mace & Whip's story arc in the archive, and then just click the forward arrow when the comic is loaded. Still, rather annoying if you want to go to a specific panel in Namah & Lillith's story arc.

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Ed3/9/13 8:59am
I've divided threads into pages. Test these out; see if there any bugs, or any other tweaks to make it work more as one would expect.

Also, at popular request from the moderators, you should now be able to edit your posts regardless of when they were made. I don't necessarily agree with it, but what do I know about forum use. See how it goes.

ListenLoudly, Prometheus, CalvinCopyright, WingedDancer, and Tricky: These are all on David, as they are outside of the realm of this forum. We'll have to get his attention on these matters. Nevertheless, thanks for reporting them.

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Thegunner183/9/13 9:42am
Ah. Found a bug in regards to the page numbers. On a thread with absolutely loads of pages, the links to the pages go off the screen and you need to scroll right to see all of them, like this thread: http://www.dreamkeeperscomic.com/forum/?t=107


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Ed3/9/13 5:19pm
Oh, wow. I underestimated the potential for a thread to expand! Okay, now it only lists the five page numbers before and after the current page; that should sort that issue.

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Paperfold3/9/13 5:58pm
here's an XSS vulnerability in "other sites where you're represented" on your profile (check my profile for an example).

CSRF's are extremely easy everywhere due to lack of challenge tokens.

You don't need to input your current password to change your password or email. This makes CSRF's even more dangerous.

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HazzardousEco3/9/13 7:54pm
Hey Ed, thanks for linking the links XD

Now my URL bar won't be so cluttered -_^

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HazzardousEco3/9/13 7:54pm
Hey Ed, thanks for linking the links XD

Now my URL bar won't be so cluttered -_^

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Paperfold3/10/13 11:32am
Would be nice to only have to confirm your password when changing sensitive information (i.e. email or password).

There's XSS's in private messages, subject as well as body.

Also, it looks like posts are put through htmlspecialchars() before being put in the database instead of when outputted. This could break search functionality if it's ever implemented.

Doesn't seem to be a way to delete PM's at the moment.

The login/logout links are unclickable on profile pages because of the div for the tabs (profile/dreamkeeper).

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