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Old 09-12-2003, 06:42 PM
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Default Time Bug? FORUMS BUG? Admin' SEE POST #13

While marking this forum read and Clicking
"Forum Home >> [link=http://www.rcuniverse.com/forum/forumid_230/tt.htm]RC Universe Support[/link]>> Problems, Questions Using RC Universe? >> Time Bug? between" The Time on the post is different from actual posted time.

Also notice the new post indecator is still yellowed, after refreshing twice

Posted Friday 09/12/03 6:42 pm central
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Old 09-12-2003, 10:30 PM
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Default RE: Time Bug? between page/forum views

Also

When moving a pm from inbox to save, I get a general error page.
But the message does move to the save location, error page has no effect.

Got this again today and as before the message was moved when refreshed
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Old 09-13-2003, 07:47 PM
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Default RE: Time Bug? between page/forum views

Still getting above mentioned errors

And Also The select view for previous days or months etc has changed several times now, I will set it for past 1 or 7 days and it goes back to 30 days?

All else is working great

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Old 09-14-2003, 11:22 AM
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Ok heres another' its Sunday 11:15am central here, my settings changed again

Current Server Time: 9/14/2003 5:12:41 PM

And the 7 day view setting has gone back to 30 days again? Its OK if you guy's are swapping servers while working on the site, but you asked for bugs and said put the in this forum.

Sunday
At 2:34 pm heres another strange one, Seems the posts are not falling in line according to date and time
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Old 09-15-2003, 02:51 PM
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some more today Monday 9/15

String problem?
Clicked on>>>>[link=http://www.rcuniverse.com/forum/forumid_230/tt.htm]RC Universe Support[/link] above in header

Then clicked' [link=http://www.rcuniverse.com/forum/default.asp?forumid=230]Forum Home >> RC Universe Support[/link] in header

Note the Vintage & Antique forum now in Support Forums?
Time still not keeping current with other page settings??
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Old 09-15-2003, 06:29 PM
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Default RE: Time Bug? FORUMS BUG? They're everywhere' just kidding :)

Good, its not just me that the time wont go to what I need it too.

Also, the new post lights on the threads and forums dont work for me at all.
Old 09-16-2003, 01:11 AM
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Good, its not just me that the time wont go to what I need it too.
It will go to the selected time zone for Me, but it wont hold along with View setting,

JohnVH, how do mods view the board? in text or actual layout?


Here is some MISC Stuff

Search Feature at top of forums,
applies commas automatically exmpl= K,&,B, 65, sportster,} makes searching a prob'

All info boxes are set to white letter default,
Marc fixed Upload Image Done box,
but others like no new messages in PM's and No Results in search etc. still can't see unless highlighted with mouse.

In My Subscriptions
Can't clear subscribbed forums, they were Clubhouse and Control Line yesterdayand now are
[] RC Cars
__ [] Giant Scale Cars

Forum Cache seems to conflict??
Don't know how to explain it but going thru the search for old threads and new ones, the results seem to be like there is 2 or 3 sets of forums records.

My Settings
Three newletter settings at bottom, I keep having to click Critical Site updates (that is the only one I select) and every time I return to my settings its cleared again.

Not Complaints, Just FYI like You asked for
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I see it the same as you do.
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ORIGINAL: JohnVH

I see it the same as you do.
Thank's for the answer to my ???

The reason I asked is I feel I'm kinda wasting time on this list of Buggz, I posted this Friday pm, and it has been under "Admim's last replied to thread" several timessince posted. (I can't blame them if they don't want to hear about anymore buggz)

But wasting time or not, I read the header above forums and it said use the support forums and to Please search B4 posting, So I'm just trying to keep My Discoveries in one uniform place>See Ya have a good night[8D]
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Default RE: Time Bug? FORUMS BUG? They're everywhere' just kidding :)

Awesome...the screen shots help tremendously.

For the time bug can you go back to settings an apply them again. This value (for now) is held in cookie and will soon be set on the server to avoid this bug completely. I just want to make sure that it is just your cookie setting that got blown away.

All the other bugs I've sent to the developers to address. the screenshots and format you've presented these issues in is excellent and makes it easier for us to troubleshoot
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Awesome...the screen shots help tremendously.

For the time bug can you go back to settings an apply them again. This value (for now) is held in cookie and will soon be set on the server to avoid this bug completely. I just want to make sure that it is just your cookie setting that got blown away.
All the other bugs I've sent to the developers to address. the screenshots and format you've presented these issues in is excellent and makes it easier for us to troubleshoot
Thank's Marc

I updated my ISP today, lost all my settings and files in the process (I hate downloaded updates)[:@] So I have cleared all Cookies, Temp Files and Cache.

Logged in OK, set settings and pref's and Time offset. Will let you know what happens[8D]
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For the time bug can you go back to settings an apply them again. This value (for now) is held in cookie and will soon be set on the server to avoid this bug completely. I just want to make sure that it is just your cookie setting that got blown away.
(logged out last night, and cleared cookies)

Today I logged @ 4:40 pm, Thru RCU4 and went to settings from welcome screen, I noticed the additions at the bottom (Nice) all settings seem to still be set.

Went to My Forums, (from same screen at top) and Time was off again, then went to [SETTINGS] from top of forums page.

The Time set was still -6 hrs. central, clicked submit and now back here time is correct, I did not change the settings, I just clicked submit, as in the past. But for some reason it still is not holding. (may not be a cookie problem)

Thank's
Dan Z

Now its 6:15 pm. Same thing an RCU 2, except I logged in thru main page, went to all forums / prob-???? forum and time was off, went back to [SETTINGS] and it was now -5 hrs


Also ??? about signature line, it was showing http' text instead of quick link so I removed the Http and now shows as normal? except I changed to blue.
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Marc

I read a reply you made to another thread concerning the Time Bug, and moving it to the server side.

How is the Time computer specific? cookied I understand, work or home etc.

The Time is not set correctly across the servers it appears to Me, I saw a post that the EDITED time was 1 ?? am. the post was made at 12?? am. Then I replied at 12:?? am, so the edit server?? is not in line withe the post/reply server??

Or does it work that way??

See above screenshots,

Click on >>RC Universe Support>> in above string, "at the time of posting this"
when I click the link and the page loads it shows a minus 5 hrs,

How can I change the time for that one page alone,??? if it is cookied to my computer??

I cant use programmers lingo to help explain this, but I thing the valve timing is off on two cylinders :-)
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Default RE: Time Bug? FORUMS BUG? Admin' SEE POST #13

dan,

this is kept in cookie which is why it is messed up...we are moving this to the server side to avoid these problems.

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