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No problems here, running Puppy Linux 'Wary' 5.2 and an OLD version of Firefox (4.0, I think).
 
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Just opened an account and can post replies. Using Chrome.
 
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Working on the kindle, silk browser. Seems like all the bases are covered. Kickass IT team you got Paul.
 
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Ernest Friedman-Hill wrote:

ronie McCoy wrote: NO I tried. I did log on with internet explorer this time. It still warned my that the site I was logging on to was not HTTPS secure and that I could damage the website by logging on..



That message won't be ours; it would be something on your end, either your browser or a firewall, toolbar, or virus protection that you have installed on your own computer, which is trying to protect you from accidentally disclosing your password to others. It's safe to ignore that message and continue.



Yes I figured that it was, It has not done it wth any other site however.

I just logged on using internet exploreer and a ZZZ ZZZ acct... I have ATT air card and Windows 7 ronie mccoy
 
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Test post..Browser=internet explorer OS= Windows XP, hope this helps
 
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Mac Os X 10.7.5

With Firefox.


THANKS TO ALL THE CRAZY SMART ENGINEERS WORKING TO SOLVE THESE ISSUES!!!
 
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However, when I go to 'unwatch' this topic I get an error message. I have Java applets turned off but not Javascript, so not sure if it's on my end or the site.
 
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Jessica Deva wrote:However, when I go to 'unwatch' this topic I get an error message. I have Java applets turned off but not Javascript, so not sure if it's on my end or the site.



Hi Jessica,

There seems to be a new, distinct issue being reported on this thread. Both of the people reporting problems with watch/unwatch are using Chrome. I myself use Chrome, though, so it's not as simple as that. Thanks for the data point!
 
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quick reply using Explorer works

coming back in right away to edit, works


Good job people
 
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Ernest Friedman-Hill wrote:

Jessica Deva wrote:However, when I go to 'unwatch' this topic I get an error message. I have Java applets turned off but not Javascript, so not sure if it's on my end or the site.



Hi Jessica,

There seems to be a new, distinct issue being reported on this thread. Both of the people reporting problems with watch/unwatch are using Chrome. I myself use Chrome, though, so it's not as simple as that. Thanks for the data point!



I tried it with Firefox (with no scripts or extensions) and got the same message.
 
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I am on an Amazon Kindle 3.4 with "experimental browser" and 3G connectivity. I still get the error page when I try to submit a post but found instead of reloading I can retrieve the post from history and send again, this time successfully.


Edit...no error page with the above submit even though it happened with the previous post not five minutes before.
 
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Well, I just signed on today. Got an account easily, and am now set up, I guess. I use Chrome, AND have a rather grumpy computer with windows XP as the OS.
interesting color combinations here-- i can see I will need to use my other eyeglasses!!
 
                            
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Account creation worked, Chrome on Windows 7.
 
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no problems Firefox. I am not a computer geek so that is all I can offer. Hope I helped with the world of Wheaton.
 
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The watch/unwatch issue in Chrome seems to be resolved. Nice work!
 
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Regular permie here posting under a new fake account. Using Safari and OSX 10.8.2 on my Mac. Everything working the way I remember.
 
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I take it back - the CSRF error is back.
 
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... editing working fine too... osx 10.8 & safari
 
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no problem once I logged in... forgot Sunday so clean up computer cookies day. Firefox and Chrome

Thank you for the open podcasts... had pod afternoon yesterday while doing mindless stuff.
 
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Ernest Friedman-Hill wrote:

ronie McCoy wrote: NO I tried. I did log on with internet explorer this time. It still warned my that the site I was logging on to was not HTTPS secure and that I could damage the website by logging on..



That message won't be ours; it would be something on your end, either your browser or a firewall, toolbar, or virus protection that you have installed on your own computer, which is trying to protect you from accidentally disclosing your password to others. It's safe to ignore that message and continue.



I post from mac os 10.6.8
 
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Just attempted to use the unsubscribe link from the email notification I received about replies to this thread, and ran into the CSRF error:

"The software thinks there was a CSRF error. The fact that you are seeing this means there was not in fact such an attack. There are three main reasons you might see this page:

You've had this browser open a long time and tried to update something without loading another page in the interim. For example, you were on the form to create a new post, went for lunch, had your session expire and came back. To resolve this, go back and reload the page. This will give you a new token and you'll be all set. If you find this happening to you a lot, post exactly what you were doing in the forums and we will see if we can do anything to help you out.
If you were just trying to view a page and not update something, we have a bug at our end. For example, maybe you clicked the search link and saw this screen. If you think there is a bug, post the date/time/timezone and what you were doing in the forums.
You have JavaScript turned off in your browser

If any of these apply to you, try to post to let us know about it. If the error prevents you from posting, email what you were trying to do and which of the three categories you think the error falls into to bookpromotion at javaranch dot com and moosesaloon at javaranch dot com "



Had no browser open prior to this, just sat down, opened a browser, went to mail, saw the thread notification, clicked on 'unsubscribe', and got the CSRF. Still can post and read, however! Just FYI.
 
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Another point of note:

The site is only supposed to alert me when the next person posts to a thread I'm watching, and, as the email says, "You will not get more notifications until you read the topic." However, my inbox is FULL of notifications! Another bug?

 
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Nick Lenarz wrote:Another point of note:

The site is only supposed to alert me when the next person posts to a thread I'm watching, and, as the email says, "You will not get more notifications until you read the topic." However, my inbox is FULL of notifications! Another bug?



Same here.
 
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The site is only supposed to alert me when the next person posts to a thread I'm watching, and, as the email says, "You will not get more notifications until you read the topic." However, my inbox is FULL of notifications! Another bug?



No problem for me as recieved only one which was the next post as it should.
 
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No problems. Mac 10.7.5 Safari 6.0.2
 
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Registered a new account without any difficulties. First forum post ever, using Safari 6.0.1 (IPhone).
 
                                
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no problems registering, account confirmed OK, using IE, windows 7
 
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Hmm. windows 7 firefox browser and questions about where to get fish (and which native fish work best) to raise in a aquaculture project?
 
                                      
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greetings (eventually) from a merry plotskateer on WinXP IE6 (via Browserstack)
happy to help because I appreciate your good intentions and hard work.

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Summary: initial problems with activation link, but seemed to work pasting second time around. Need to retest
Test transcript at http://pastie.org/6036116
 
                                          
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greetings from a merry plotskateer on WinXP IE7 (via Browserstack)
happy to help because I appreciate your good intentions and hard work.

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Summary: problems with activation link when first pasted, but seemed to work pasting second time around. Need to retest
Test transcript at http://pastie.org/private/zuklwhxgsq955e38w2weyq
 
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Winxp-iesix-one zzz wrote:greetings (eventually) from a merry plotskateer on WinXP IE6 (via Browserstack)
happy to help because I appreciate your good intentions and hard work.

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Summary: initial problems with activation link, but seemed to work pasting second time around. Need to retest
Test transcript at http://pastie.org/6036116



Thank you very much for that extensive summary! You can ignore those "do you want to display the nonsecure items?" and "this page contains both secure and insecure..." warnings. As for the:


[wait for registration email, starting at 05:03. Email arrived by 05:09]
> pasted activation link into browser
Forum home page displayed
> pasted https://permies.com/t/21364 into browser
Discussion thread displayed
> Attempt to click 'Post reply' but not clickable. Mouseover text displays: "You must login or register".
> shutdown IE6 and repaste activation link into browser
"Registration Complete" page displayed


Let me see if we can figure out why you had to use the activation link twice.
 
                                      
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greetings from another merry plotskateer on WinXP IE6 (via Browserstack)
happy to help because I appreciate your good intentions and hard work.

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Summary: activation link worked ok after pasting into already running browser
Test transcript at http://pastie.org/private/swrb6f8uyy9zdk1rve2nw
 
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i just signed up 1 feb after not being able to for a day or so. posting here via google cr-48 chromebook. hello world!
 
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I just created this account and am using Google Chrome/Windows 7.

I'm a new discoverer of your site and permaculture in general (after reading One Straw Revolution loaned to me by a friend) -- very exciting! Thanks for all the information and beautiful work.
 
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I'm here opened acc - using firefox & win 7. Over & out
 
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chrome is working fine...i wonder how this will help us achieve world domination
 
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Yes. I just registered, and I am using xubuntu 11.04 with firefox 6.0.
 
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Posting with xubuntu 11.04 and midori web browser. The page layout on the forums is much different with this browser, but I would expect that.
 
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