Recent content by Chris D

  1. Chris D

    Cookie notice popup

    It's not a cookie notice, it's an error. The user doesn't have cookies enabled in their browser or there's some extension in their browser which is blocking them.
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    Not a bug 1.5.20a privacy acceptance issue

    I think Alfa1 is talking about accepting the privacy policy / terms and rules after an admin has used the "Force agreement..." tools in the Admin CP. Not the cookie notice.
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    Not a bug 1.5.20a privacy acceptance issue

    Interesting. I can't actually think what they'd be doing wrong tbh.
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    Implemented Change phrase in index.php?account/contact-details (GDPR)

    Changed for 1.5.21 and 2.0.7.
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    Fixed Redirect privacy and terms default URLs if custom URL exist or not defined

    Thanks, sorted for the next release.
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    Fixed Error when enable/disable question and answer captchas in ACP

    It was a bug, it's sorted for the next release.
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    GDPR discussion thread

    In the next release, due Thursday or Friday, we are introducing the {unsub} token for emails sent from Admin CP > Users > Email Users. You just add the token and a "Unsubscribe from mailing list" link appears. Like XF2, this link doesn't require logging in to use it.
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    Not a bug 1.5.20a privacy acceptance issue

    That's not something we've had reports of or can reproduce here.
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    Not a bug 1.5.20a privacy acceptance issue

    That's nothing to do with XF. That's something you've added yourself or an add-on...
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    Implemented Cookie Notice must not hide footer links

    Actually, yeah, that's right. Sorry, my brain is fried. But, jokes aside, I wouldn't bother trying to obstruct the entirety of your content. They have already implied consent, the "Accept" button is merely a formality and to hide the notice.
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    Implemented Cookie Notice must not hide footer links

    Actually, I guess you could target the specific notice (it has a unique data-notice-id attribute which you can target) with CSS and slap a !important on it (which should override the inline styling too).
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    Fixed Possible location bug when profile set to private

    Two things for the next release here: 1) You can now remove the geoLocationUrl value entirely so the location is no longer displayed as a link. 2) If it is displayed as a link, we use rel="nofollow noreferrer" to ensure the referrer is not passed.
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    Implemented Cookie Notice must not hide footer links

    That is not a dumb question, but your reasoning is somewhat questionable. Unfortunately, no, the margin is not removable. Feels like I can't win :)
  14. Chris D

    Implemented Cookie Notice must not hide footer links

    Don't be sorry, it's most certainly not your fault.
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