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    Fixed Facebook icon /still/ causes mixed-content warning

    This bug was never fixed: http://xenforo.com/community/threads/facebook-icon-causes-mixed-content-warning.21943/ The image source was changed in 1.1 to //static.ak.fbcdn.net/images/connect_sprite.png , which throws an cert mismatch if accessed over https. The correct URL is...
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    Fixed Access-Control-Allow-Origin requirement

    Random side note - Internet Explorer doesn't support cors at all, so even with the changes in this thread, IE9 is left in the dark. Script tags, why you so necessary!
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    Fixed 'Labelled' (English US)

    tomato, tomato ;) Reference.com lists the 'll' spelling as being \_(o_o)_/
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    Fixed 'Labelled' (English US)

    While copying a link today, for some reason this phrase stuck out like a sore thumb to me. Apparently this is one of those weird american idiosyncrasies. We typically spell it "labeled" over here, and my dictionary lists both spellings (with a 'US' specification next to the '-led' version).
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    Fixed Access-Control-Allow-Origin requirement

    Noticed today that Firefox is a little more strict when it comes to CORS requests. The method explained above will only work in chrome. For firefox, you need to add these headers IN ADDITION to the Access-Control-Allow-Origin header: Access-Control-Allow-Methods GET,OPTIONS...
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    Fixed Access-Control-Allow-Origin requirement

    Looks like you should be good to go. Now it's up to you to explain it to everyone else ;)
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    Fixed Access-Control-Allow-Origin requirement

    /etc/init.d/nginx start will do nothing if nginx is already running. Instead, use /etc/init.d/nginx reload
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    Fixed Access-Control-Allow-Origin requirement

    My js directory: Your js directory: It appears your nginx instance still isn't inserting the correct header. Are you sure you applied the rule to the correct domain? Did you reload nginx afterward? Keep in mind you may have to convince maxcdn to flush its cache once you have the header...
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    Fixed Access-Control-Allow-Origin requirement

    Yep, it appears everything is working now.
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    Fixed Access-Control-Allow-Origin requirement

    My server is actually running nginx as well. If your MaxCDN is feeding off your nginx server, you can just add this section to the nginx config for your domain (replace with your home domain of course): location /js/ { add_header Access-Control-Allow-Origin https://www.team9000.net/; add_header...
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    Fixed Access-Control-Allow-Origin requirement

    First, you need to configure your CDN to pass the appropriate cors headers with all javascript requests. I believe MaxCDN actually repeats all headers passed to it from the origin server, so you will have to configure your local server to feed this header along with all the javascript files in...
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    Fixed Access-Control-Allow-Origin requirement

    I'm not sure if this "bug" really needs fixed. For those of us using static domains, we should probably just be expected to take these few additional steps to set it up correctly. (Although I'm not really sure how it ever worked before >_>)
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    Fixed Access-Control-Allow-Origin requirement

    Did the dynamic javascript loading code change in beta 4? I host my js and data folders on a separate domain, and since the beta4 update, any javascript files loaded dynamically (after the page has loaded) are complaining about the domain not being passed back in the Access-Control-Allow-Origin...
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    Lack of interest [Suggestion] Add the multiple attribute to input type="file"

    Yet another reason for this improvement (after flash killed itself on me a few minutes ago):
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    Duplicate Replace swfupload with html5 multiple input

    Whoosh, you guys are fast. Google, you have failed me this time! :thumbsdown:
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