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Why 0h why?
« on: 19/02/2015 21:32:18 »
keep getting

"The following error or errors occurred while posting this message:
Your session timed out while posting. Please try to re-submit your message."

Doesn't help if I allow all of the new scripts IP number and all, using FF clone and 'no script'. Restarting (Pale moon Version: 12.2.1) doesn't help

either. Seems that with each new 'upgrade' this site loses some functionality.

Let's see if I'm 'allowed' to post this then?
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Nope, restarted the dam* machine now and have allowed everything, including google analytics & apis, just to be sure. Also I'm wondering about this 'new'

IP number (81.201.132.39) that has shown up after the server change, disregarding that I already allowed TNS itself?
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I don't believe it.

Can't even log out it seems?

"An Error Has Occurred!
Session verification failed. Please try logging out and back in again, and then try again."

Ahh, and that came as I was trying to log out?

Ah well :)
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Last try, succeeded in logging out and then in again..
Fingers crossed.


 

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Re: Why 0h why?
« Reply #1 on: 19/02/2015 21:35:07 »
It was weird, had this error y-day too. Don't know if it is local (cmpta) or has to do with TNS. And that IP number that suddenly have to be allowed etc, confound me too. Well, actually it must have to do with TNS as I have no problem posting on other sites?
 

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Re: Why 0h why?
« Reply #2 on: 22/02/2015 09:29:08 »
Had it again, as I tried to post. And logging out gave the same answer as y-day. It's a weird one.
 

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Re: Why 0h why?
« Reply #3 on: 23/02/2015 02:42:07 »
Had it again, as I tried to post. And logging out gave the same answer as y-day. It's a weird one.
I was confronted with the same problems yor_on. I had to finally log out and sign back in and reset the amount of time my account would be active. Not sure if it was a problem at TNS or something else. I also didn't have any problems with my other favorites, just here at TNS.
 

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Re: Why 0h why?
« Reply #4 on: 24/03/2015 19:57:58 »
sounds like a bug in the works...have you resolved the issue yet Yoron...?
 

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Re: Why 0h why?
« Reply #5 on: 18/04/2015 12:22:48 »
No idea about this, and sorry for any inconvenience; I can only think it was part of the upgrade we did; although we didn't alter anything on the forum around that date, so the original settings must have had a half-life...
 

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Re: Why 0h why?
« Reply #6 on: 18/04/2015 12:23:42 »
I'm doing some more updates at the moment actually, so do please tell me if anything begins to behave strangely...
 

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Re: Why 0h why?
« Reply #7 on: 18/04/2015 12:31:42 »
I actually am witnessing a very strange sort of page response on this website. Whenever I click on a 'post/topic' or click 'post reply', 20% of the time, I'm redirected to a blank white page which I have to then reload like 10 times to see the original page.
By the way... This problem started like 10 hours ago. Before yesterday, I never had to face such problem.
« Last Edit: 18/04/2015 12:34:01 by Jasper Hayden »
 

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