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Re: Forum software switch

by Evergreen » Fri Jan 16, 2015 21:40

@jp You can't report spam in the news section for some odd reason.
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Re: Forum software switch

by Hybrid Dog » Sat Jan 17, 2015 13:18


ok, sorry
At first l wanted to report it but for any reason the ! button left to the Quote button was missing.
 

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Re: Forum software switch

by Casimir » Fri May 01, 2015 12:29

At the moment the background images does not load. But I like it, it looks so much better without.
 

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Re: Forum software switch

by Casimir » Fri Oct 16, 2015 11:56

Because I live in a country that spies on all it's citizens (Germany), I usually use Tor as a proxy for my default browser. There is no much difference to normal browsing, except this forum. When using Tor I always get logged out after some minutes.
Is is possible to support changing IP addresses in the forum software?
 

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Re: Forum software switch

by Hybrid Dog » Fri Oct 16, 2015 16:17

Casimir wrote:When using Tor I always get logged out after some minutes.

maybe it deletes your cookies

Does ublock help against spies too?
 

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Re: Forum software switch

by Dartmouth » Fri Oct 16, 2015 16:19

Hybrid Dog wrote:
Casimir wrote:When using Tor I always get logged out after some minutes.

maybe it deletes your cookies

That's quite likely if you're using TBB, it's set to not accept cookies by default.
 

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Re: Forum software switch

by Casimir » Sat Oct 17, 2015 13:12

It seems there is a bug in firefox. If one sets private mode it does not accept cookies, with pirate disabled it keeps them. The cookie related settings themselves do nothing at all.

I will switch to midori now...
 

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Re: Forum software switch

by Dartmouth » Sat Oct 17, 2015 13:47

Casimir wrote:It seems there is a bug in firefox. If one sets private mode it does not accept cookies, with pirate disabled it keeps them. The cookie related settings themselves do nothing at all.

I will switch to midori now...

That's the point of private browsing mode… It's not supposed to accept cookies, history, cache or any of the like. Just turn private browsing off if you want it to save cookies.
 

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