Another upgrade

Written By: - Date published: 1:15 am, November 27th, 2008 - 7 comments
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Another upgrade complete. As per usual let me know if any problems (that I didn’t find in testing) show up. Please let me know here. If I don’t know about them then I can’t fix them.

The next upgrade will happen on the weekend. This is a new module designed to make bans more effective and easier for the moderators to operate without expending my time. That is good. At present it looks like the steady-state for the site loading looks like it will settle at about 3 weeks prior to election. Looks like I’ll need the time for the steady enhancements to reduce site loadings before the next election.

BTW: The wingnut emulation project looks pretty good at present. Hopefully I’ll get that tested before the xmas.


7 comments on “Another upgrade”

  1. lprent 1

    Test new editor

  2. IE6 or less does not get the benefit of the WSIWYG editor

  3. Ianmac 3

    Great. Back again with the easy to use bits like 32 and able to change stuff. Mac X.4 Firefox. Thanks

  4. Ianmac 4

    Oops. No. Features disappear once posted??

  5. lprent 5

    Yeah bloody irritating. I think I’ll have to allow access to my test server from outside so I can test the other OS’es. It works fine in Linux!

  6. Ianmac 6

    Does it bold or italic?

    [lprent – looks like it is OS specific. Turning off except for me until I figure it out]

  7. lprent 7

    bold italic underline strike
    this is meant to be a blockquote (doesn’t work)
    super sub

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