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Guerrilla wrote: »
Can I send you a test email through the forum?
Guerrilla wrote: »
Auto awarding badges seems to be broken. Investigating.
MadKoiFish wrote: »
Found a bug I guess in how the site tracks things.
Note last active and visits. Not a site breaking bug but meh? lol
also found a bit of a issue as there is no way to manage attachments that I can see. Also found out that the site does more unwanted things Went to copy paste a url and forgot I had a screen cap it uploaded that cap data to the site on ctrl+c and because there is no attachment manager I cannot remove that data from the site. This behavior should be an option to turn on or off.
If anyone knows what js script I could block or have altered to cease this function please let me know. I am referring to say for example the autosave function can be blocked ro stopped by blocking:
this stops the keylogger like behavior of retaining text you might not want kept that you typed into the editor on the server. While autosave is kinda a nice idea it is for that one time every 3years you crash your client while typing or you experience a power outtage. More often than not it is not that much of a loss vs it logging your input.
Currently having a look myself but I am not a coder and this site has a tonne of scripts and stuff.
possible? dunno might break attaching anything through the wysiwyg editor.
Ok that worked but it does break the button based uploader to sadly it is a global uploading script. But it stops the cnp of anything besides text.
Now if I can please get admin to delete the last 3 to 5 uploads of images from my account from testing as well as that one gaff (though it could be 2 very large files.) while yes they are not accessible it is still on the server taking up space as well as being only as secure as the site is.
MadKoiFish wrote: »
Yeah I found just blocking the elements on my end easy. Foundation3d has updated and has these annoyances as well and I just had to find the modules and break them. >_>
From the explanation that I got on the cnp data is it is part of richmedia. Over there they are customizing things so the user can manage the stuff uploaded. Here i just get a automated code with a png linked. So for the screen cap it was of my entire desktop. So a 4500X2400ish png. Probably in the realm of 12mb in size lol.
The auto save least for me causes conflicts with Firefox as it has it's own "memory". ATM this site when I post a comment and I reopen firefox and one of these threads I comment in my last comment in already in the field. So I have to remove it before typing. Early on the autosave would cause glitches as I typed and well visually was annoying.
I call it a keylogger because it is logging text in series to a file on the server (as we can delete these "Saves" ) So if I paste content or type something I decide to take back it can still be found. Hence it is not private as it is typed into the text field. It is being logged and saved. Keylogger in of itself isnt a exploit as tonnes of companies do this crap. Hell most web clients do it.
Anyhow cause vanilla is so compartmentalized I can just alter the scripts on my end or outright block them. The auto save I can block easily. The copy paste of data outside of text though means the uploader here is broken. I do not use it as I cannot edit or alter it later on so I link things in. So no loss there. Hence why I posted the scripts so anyone wants to stop those behaviors from occurring can do so on their end.
I really have to say it is something I really like about this software you chose. It refers to real scripts vs a cgi bin that many use via googleapis. At that point one needs to run things like script monkey to sniff and alter raw code strings. Probably wa way to stop the rich media stuff without breaking the uploader.
The uploader I just worry if someone say is copy pasting a confidential document or file and forgets to clear the clipboard itll upload here by accident or if it is a way to exploit by use as overruns or other nasties.