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Dimi
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2011-03-20T02:00:06Z
He is one funny issue. Not critical although. There is a long page and I just scrolled down to read the last posting. Then I want to logout and... the window goes to black and... nothing. I understood this trap in less than a second, but it can be a bottleneck for some users. When I scrolled the black window up I found the confirmation dialog popup window near the top of my current window. So it works. But we'd better keep this window in the middle regardless of the current scroll position. The pages can be too long. Btw, the latest version 1.5.5.5.5... (enough fives? 🙂 and Google Chrome.
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2011-03-20T11:24:52Z
Just Fixed it for Version 1.9.5.6. The Javascript wasn't able to retrieve the current Page Scroll after a Postback
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2011-03-20T13:08:24Z
Originally Posted by: tha_watcha 

Just Fixed it for Version 1.9.5.6. The Javascript wasn't able to retrieve the current Page Scroll after a Postback

That was FAST! 🙂


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2011-03-20T13:19:06Z
Originally Posted by: tha_watcha 

Just Fixed it for Version 1.9.5.6. The Javascript wasn't able to retrieve the current Page Scroll after a Postback

Btw, one more bug. Not breaker, but...

13 active users, 1 member, 12 guests for last 15 minutes

Most users ever online was 37, 7/03/2011 8:37:44 PM(UTC).

The problem is that I'm using mm/dd/yyyy, this example above shows dd/mm/yyyy. I'm not sure where it can be set in options, but I'm sure it can be taken from the user machine and used.


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2011-03-20T14:25:19Z
Originally Posted by: Dimi 

Originally Posted by: tha_watcha 

Just Fixed it for Version 1.9.5.6. The Javascript wasn't able to retrieve the current Page Scroll after a Postback

Btw, one more bug. Not breaker, but...

13 active users, 1 member, 12 guests for last 15 minutes

Most users ever online was 37, 7/03/2011 8:37:44 PM(UTC).

The problem is that I'm using mm/dd/yyyy, this example above shows dd/mm/yyyy. I'm not sure where it can be set in options, but I'm sure it can be taken from the user machine and used.

The DateTime is formatted with the current Culture (Current Language). You can only change that by switching the language.


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