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  1. 5 years ago
    Thu 04 Sep 2014 12:07:19 PM UTC

    @inliquid Oh Really? Don't you have anything related to non-English issues?
    Editing, mentioning, everything is OK?
    I think Ajax isn't working properly on my site in case of non-English usernames.

    And I don't think if title is written in non-English, it can create non-English URL slugs.
    Moreover, non-English titles can't be seen on IE 11. (Chrome is OK.)

    Yeah.. maybe... some installation and configuration are wrong.
    For now I'm very tired of straight 4 days with ET installation and configurations issues... need some rest.

  2. Thu 04 Sep 2014 06:51:27 AM UTC

    definitely I have ENCODING problems.
    On my site, people who have Usernames with Non-English, they can't edit their post.
    Now I am almost going crazy...

  3. Wed 03 Sep 2014 03:18:00 PM UTC
    S snowdays posted in Colored channel labels.

    However, that CSS code doesn't change the right side of the breadcrumb.

    [attachment:54072bd85e054]
    [attachment:54072bd87abf3]

    Am I missing something?

    I've checked the CSS source here and my site, but it is exactly same as I see.
    Now I'm looking at 'pathIteml.selected' CSS.

  4. Wed 03 Sep 2014 02:21:47 PM UTC
    S snowdays posted in Static Pages.

    @vchezt this plugin is not my own i just modifed to work with g4, but about your question that mean position of menu...

    Oh I see~! Thanks a lot. lol.

  5. Wed 03 Sep 2014 01:59:01 PM UTC
    S snowdays posted in Static Pages.

    @vchezt Your file is working well. Thank you.
    By the way, what does 'input menu' mean? I don't understand it.
    User/Statistics/Meta are meaning...?

  6. Wed 03 Sep 2014 01:51:24 PM UTC

    @inliquid I know here, esoTalk.org , that feature is working perfectly.

  7. Wed 03 Sep 2014 10:34:26 AM UTC

    It seemed to me that '//' of 'http://' is recognized as comment.
    So I tried to encode the content and then decode it, but it was difficult to me.

    I took a different way, simply replace '//' from the tag.
    (I don't think this is the right solution, but this is a first-aid to me.)

    /core/js/conversation.js
    Add this code on the lines : 330, 388, 748 (I'm not sure whether only 3 lines are enough)

    content=content.replace('http://','');

    I don't know why this happens to me. Is everyone OK with this?
    I've searched almost all the topics about BBcode here, but I don't think there was this issue.

  8. Wed 03 Sep 2014 07:19:00 AM UTC

    I just tried to uninstall and install again BBcode, but the same problem.

    Anyone have a solution for it?

    Would you please help me :-(

    no one is online T-T

  9. Wed 03 Sep 2014 07:03:05 AM UTC

    When I insert a link with BBcode on my esoTalk site.

    Link doesn't work.
    I mean, I cannot post a conversation or a reply at all with the link tag. [url]~

    submit impossible

    However, it can be submitted without 'http://' in the url tag from the textarea.

    ex. (url=www.google.com)link text(/url) = possible to submit
    (url=http://www.google.com/)link text(/url) = impossible to submit

    sure () = []

    (more examples)
    https:// = possible
    http:/ = possible
    http:// = impossible

    What's wrong with my site?

  10. Tue 02 Sep 2014 03:44:43 AM UTC
    S snowdays posted in OpauthConnect.

    @Felli
    FYI. check this out
    I don't know much about programming, but I searched and tried couple of things.
    I did that(prtoected→public) , but plugin didn't work. So, I tried with esoTalk developer version, but failed.

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