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    Can this a bug be...?

    Well, what I saying wanna, is that since days not really right shows the tagging and the video setting of YouTube at ASF.

    Video: I use the video BBcode right, but nevertheless shows only the link of YouTube

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    Tagging: Matter whom I tagging, it shows broken...

    e.g. @<b><u><a href="http://www.anime-sharing.com/forum/member.php?u=2" target="_blank">Ignis</a></u></b>;
    Last edited by nanashi1; April 19th, 2015 at 06:02 PM.
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    Re: Can this a bug be...?

    It seems youtube changed something, I'll investigate.

    @Ignis;

    Mention works normally for me.
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    Re: Can this a bug be...?

    Quote Originally Posted by Checkmate View Post
    Mention works normally for me.
    Hmm, let me test that, maybe is this just temporary:

    Test: @Checkmate;


    Result: The tagging seems again right work, but I'll later some time still testing, if really just temporary is.
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    Re: Can this a bug be...?

    The [video] BBcode should work provided you don't use an HTTPS link. Rather than
    Code:
    [video]https://youtu.be/xCjMABqWdEM[/video]
    you should instead type
    Code:
    [video]http://youtu.be/xCjMABqWdEM[/video]
    As for the supposed problem with mentions, I think I've seen it in one of your birthday threads wherein you mentioned a large amount of people in one post. I assume you didn't retype all those mentions every single time but copied them from an older thread whenever you made a new one. Certain BBcodes morph after you submit a post (or an edit to a post). To pick an example that relates to the other question: the [video] BBcode morphs from
    Code:
    [video]http://youtu.be/xCjMABqWdEM[/video]
    into
    Code:
    [video=youtube_share;xCjMABqWdEM]http://youtu.be/xCjMABqWdEM[/video]
    provided the video is successfully embedded. You can see this by editing a post with an embed after you've submitted the post. Similarly, mention morphs the clickable username into a set of parsing BBcode once the post is submitted. Upon consecutive editing of said post, the mention (which has already become parsed BBcode) may break if it somehow fails to parse properly.

    This can be caused by simple factors such as having multiple mentions close to each other, lacking space between each mention, or possibly having too many mentions in one post. When this happens, the code will become what you just posted, which is HTML for the text formatting used for a mention (bolded, underlined, and links to the mentioned user's profile). As HTML is normally disabled for posting, the borked HTML code can't be properly reparsed.

    Theoretically, the workaround is very simple: if you intend to copy and paste multiple mentions from one thread to another, it's better to have a .txt file or something nearby containing what you'd type to mention all those users. For example, if you want to mention all the admins, make sure what you copy and paste is a string like this


    instead of


    and ensure your post is properly formatted, mentions properly spaced and not excessively laid out.
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    Re: Can this a bug be...?

    Quote Originally Posted by Ignis View Post
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    The [video] BBcode should work provided you don't use an HTTPS link. Rather than
    Code:
    [video]https://youtu.be/xCjMABqWdEM[/video]
    you should instead type
    Code:
    [video]http://youtu.be/xCjMABqWdEM[/video]
    As for the supposed problem with mentions, I think I've seen it in one of your birthday threads wherein you mentioned a large amount of people in one post. I assume you didn't retype all those mentions every single time but copied them from an older thread whenever you made a new one. Certain BBcodes morph after you submit a post (or an edit to a post). To pick an example that relates to the other question: the [video] BBcode morphs from
    Code:
    [video]http://youtu.be/xCjMABqWdEM[/video]
    into
    Code:
    [video=youtube_share;xCjMABqWdEM]http://youtu.be/xCjMABqWdEM[/video]
    provided the video is successfully embedded. You can see this by editing a post with an embed after you've submitted the post. Similarly, mention morphs the clickable username into a set of parsing BBcode once the post is submitted. Upon consecutive editing of said post, the mention (which has already become parsed BBcode) may break if it somehow fails to parse properly.

    This can be caused by simple factors such as having multiple mentions close to each other, lacking space between each mention, or possibly having too many mentions in one post. When this happens, the code will become what you just posted, which is HTML for the text formatting used for a mention (bolded, underlined, and links to the mentioned user's profile). As HTML is normally disabled for posting, the borked HTML code can't be properly reparsed.

    Theoretically, the workaround is very simple: if you intend to copy and paste multiple mentions from one thread to another, it's better to have a .txt file or something nearby containing what you'd type to mention all those users. For example, if you want to mention all the admins, make sure what you copy and paste is a string like this


    instead of


    and ensure your post is properly formatted, mentions properly spaced and not excessively laid out.
    Thank you very much Ignis, you was again a great help - The video problem is solved, and it works very fine...^_^!


    And with the tagging/mentions: Well, yeah, I copy and paste it often from older threads to new ones (I give to, out of laziness...^^), like you at my Anime threads so seeing, but sometimes happens at retyped mentions as well... But anyway, I thanking again for your very helpfully efforts...


    Edit: Before you or Checky this thread closing, would you please me still an question of me reply, it's about subscribed threads: Well, I get again this notification [Reply to Subscribed Threads] since the downtime about almost 2 weeks ago. Why I get this again, because I've more than a year ago at General Settings as [Do not subscribe] given, because these notifications annoying found have, what still so is.
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    Re: Can this a bug be...?

    You're welcome. Glad I could help.

    Quote Originally Posted by nanashi1 View Post
    Edit: Before you or Checky this thread closing, would you please me still an question of me reply, it's about subscribed threads: Well, I get again this notification [Reply to Subscribed Threads] since the downtime about almost 2 weeks ago. Why I get this again, because I've more than a year ago at General Settings as [Do not subscribe] given, because these notifications annoying found have, what still so is.
    It's possible that the recent downtime affected our front-end servers and resurrected the old problem, but before we get there, let's confirm some simple stuff: the "do not subscribe" option only applies to threads you reply to from that point on. This has no effect on your existing subscriptions. Did you accidentally subscribe to a thread (that you didn't want to subscribe to) when the default configuration was set to subscribe and forget to remove it from your subscription, then the thread got a new reply after a while?

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    Re: Can this a bug be...?

    Quote Originally Posted by Ignis View Post
    It's possible that the recent downtime affected our front-end servers and resurrected the old problem, but before we get there, let's confirm some simple stuff: the "do not subscribe" option only applies to threads you reply to from that point on. This has no effect on your existing subscriptions. Did you accidentally subscribe to a thread (that you didn't want to subscribe to) when the default configuration was set to subscribe and forget to remove it from your subscription, then the thread got a new reply after a while?
    Ah, I see... And no, I didn't accidentally subscribed, because (out of my viewpoint) is this application not really useful. I've this since meanwhile again 2 weeks so... I did the subscribtions since at that time cleaned, and at the general settings several time tried the "do not subscribe" to use...>_>
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    Re: Can this a bug be...?

    I also had that subscribe issue (I also have 'Do not subscibe' and yet get subscribed) that nanashi7 has and I think it happens whenever you have that bug where your post is duplicated. I am not talking about this kind of duplicate where you get a warning that your post is the same as an earlier post but this kind of duplicate where the content of the post is doubled.
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    Is the problem reproducible? Also, I'd like to clarify one thing. Can you please pick which of the following best describes your experience with the bug?

    1. You're subscribed to a thread. You post in that thread and a "reply to subscribed threads" notification appears despite the latest post being yours. However, when you go to your subscription list, the thread you just replied to isn't highlighted/bolded, indicating it's been read and there's no new post.
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    3. You were subscribed to a thread before, but not anymore. You've removed your subscription. However, when someone (or yourself) posts in that thread after you're no longer subscribed to it, you still get a notification. When you click through it, however, there doesn't seem to be anything new, as the thread in question isn't within your subscription list.
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    Re: Can this a bug be...?

    Quote Originally Posted by Ignis View Post
    Is the problem reproducible? Also, I'd like to clarify one thing. Can you please pick which of the following best describes your experience with the bug?

    1. You're subscribed to a thread. You post in that thread and a "reply to subscribed threads" notification appears despite the latest post being yours. However, when you go to your subscription list, the thread you just replied to isn't highlighted/bolded, indicating it's been read and there's no new post.
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    2. You're subscribed to a thread. Out of the blue, a "reply to subscribed threads" notification appears. However, when you check the thread, there's no new post.
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    3. You were subscribed to a thread before, but not anymore. You've removed your subscription. However, when someone (or yourself) posts in that thread after you're no longer subscribed to it, you still get a notification. When you click through it, however, there doesn't seem to be anything new, as the thread in question isn't within your subscription list.
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    4. You were subscribed to a thread before, but not anymore. You've removed your subscription. Out of the blue, a "reply to subscribed threads" notification appears. You suspect that the culprit is a thread you were once subscribed to. However, when you check the thread, there's no new post.
    Well, let me please so explain Ignis.

    I get most the subscription(s) at "Latest Thought" thread: I post normal there, and then I move further to other threads - so an specific time later I get this notification(s) -> I visit then the subscription list, and delete/clear it that subscription, but then I get somehow again one(s), where then again so... But sometimes if I it get, and then move away of that thread/section, then disappears the notification(s) again... Well, I know, it sounds confusing, but it's so...
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