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Re: FineTunedMac upgrade
artie505 #56021 09/05/20 03:51 AM
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That was me. The insanely slow loading wasn't just a FTM issue, it was affecting all my sites. I had my Web hosting guys do a major upgrade to my database servers and everything sped up tremendously.

A big part of the problem was a different site I run that lives on the same server as FTM, and started getting crazy traffic--more than 9,000 unique visitors/day. It caused everything to grind to a shuddering stop until I upgraded.

A side benefit of the upgrade is FTM now has way more resources than it used to, so (knock wood) that should never happen again. smile


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Re: FineTunedMac upgrade
tacit #56023 09/05/20 09:34 AM
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Many thanks for taking care of that; it was like an early, wonderful Xmas present.


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Re: FineTunedMac upgrade
artie505 #56054 09/06/20 07:21 PM
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This is a lingering issue not related to the upgrade but when there are nested quotes a dark line appears across the last line of text in the last quote as seen in this screenshot

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Re: FineTunedMac upgrade
joemikeb #56057 09/06/20 10:13 PM
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Originally Posted by joemikeb
This is a lingering issue not related to the upgrade but when there are nested quotes a dark line appears across the last line of text in the last quote as seen in this screenshot

Here's the same post as I see it.

(Why is your sidebar wider than mine?)

More: I've never seen that line.

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Re: FineTunedMac upgrade
artie505 #56084 09/07/20 08:20 PM
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Originally Posted by artie505
Here's the same post as I see it.

You have the same grey line, just displaced one notch further down the page. In either case, it shouldn't be there and to the best of my knowledge FTM is the only place I have ever seen it.

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(Why is your sidebar wider than mine?)

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Originally Posted by artie505
More: I've never seen that line.

I have seen it off and on for a good while. 😢


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Re: FineTunedMac upgrade
joemikeb #56099 09/08/20 05:56 AM
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Originally Posted by joemikeb
Originally Posted by artie505
Here's the same post as I see it.

You have the same grey line, just displaced one notch further down the page. In either case, it shouldn't be there and to the best of my knowledge FTM is the only place I have ever seen it.

In your screenshot I see a "printer smudge" overlaying a line of text, but what you're saying is the same thing in my screenshot is actually a scroll-bar.

A screenshot of how my screenshot looks on your end may be helpful.

(My sidebar question arose because FTM's appearance on my screen has changed dramatically since the upgrade, the sidebar being only one aspect of it.)


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Re: FineTunedMac upgrade
artie505 #56126 09/09/20 05:48 PM
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Just as with the pre-upgrade, I had to log in again after several weeks of staying logged in. Apparently, this bug has not been quashed.


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Re: FineTunedMac upgrade
jchuzi #56127 09/09/20 06:20 PM
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I don't remember when it began, but we've got to log in every 30 days under any circumstances.

Are you being prompted more often than that?


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Re: FineTunedMac upgrade
artie505 #56129 09/09/20 07:53 PM
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The FTM login is contained in two cookies that have a lifespan of 30 days. One is your ID the other your hashed password. Unless you login (actually enter your ID & PW) again within that span of time the cookies are automatically deleted.


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