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Re: CPAPTalk.com Bugs? Tell Our Developers Here.

Postby Papit on Sat Feb 04, 2012 4:33 pm

Would love to see a picture of your fishing pole hose management arrangement! Sounds like a winner to me!

Thanks, MIke Pappit

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Re: CPAPTalk.com Bugs? Tell Our Developers Here.

Postby sandman19 on Thu Feb 09, 2012 3:05 pm

sandman19---and I am signed in! I have checked the "keep me signed in" box checked multiple times and it rarely happens. I wrote a long post today-should have been signed in- and it wouldn't post because I wasn't signed in. I tried to sign in and got the "you've tried to sign in too many times" box. I waited 45 minutes, signed in without problem, and now I have lost my long post!

several days ago I wrote a long post and it was not accepted by it contained words/letters "not accepted". I've seen those words many times in these pages or they are innocuous (P.E. for pulmonary embolism). What's going on?

You allow non-physicians to give medical advise and recommend drug therapy and recommend getting the drug off the internet and it gets by-see topic about pulmonary hypertension and Delta Dave's response, that is what should not be allowed!

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Re: CPAPTalk.com Bugs? Tell Our Developers Here.

Postby squid13 on Thu Feb 09, 2012 3:48 pm

A lot of times you have to save the log in cookies that you receive from cpaptalk.com. I use a cookie saver for all my log in places and have no problem at all with any of the places I go to.

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Re: CPAPTalk.com Bugs? Tell Our Developers Here.

Postby snuginarug on Mon Feb 27, 2012 10:25 am

Chat Question

I don't know if you have anything to do with chat. If you do handle chat, perhaps you could address this: we cannot post links in chat. I don't know if this is deliberate or accidental. If it is deliberate, I'd like to ask you to consider changing that policy. It is very hard to help newbies when you cannot easily paste a link to a useful topic. It isn't just a recreational chat inconvenience, it really does make it harder to help those who really need help in the moment.

If you do not handle chat problems, perhaps you could direct me to the correct person? It would be much appreciated.

Thank you again for doing all this hard work to keep the site up and running. We really appreciate you!

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Re: CPAPTalk.com Bugs? Tell Our Developers Here.

Postby greatunclebill on Thu Mar 01, 2012 10:15 am

i get this nearly every time i come here. i know what it is and why i get it, that's not a problem. it may be time to increase capacity if it is possible. thanks.

Fatal error: SQL ERROR [ mysql4 ]

Too many connections [1040]

An sql error occurred while fetching this page. Please contact an administrator if this problem persists. in /var/www/vhosts/cpaptalk3/httpdocs/includes/db/dbal.php on line 602

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Re: CPAPTalk.com Bugs? Tell Our Developers Here.

Postby carolyngoodman on Thu Mar 01, 2012 3:41 pm

Howdy,

We have been making several IT infrastructure changes which is why the site has been a few times recently. We are working through all the bugs.

A bug that is now fixed: posting links. You should now be able to do this. Please post if you are still having issues posting links.

- Carolyn
Check out: My User Page

You can create yours here. Just log in and then you will see your name appear on the list. Click your name and edit away.

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Re: CPAPTalk.com Bugs? Tell Our Developers Here.

Postby idamtnboy on Thu Mar 01, 2012 11:00 pm

Carolyn, I still am not getting update email notifications or notifications about new PMs. The last ones I received were on Oct 24, 2011. I sent an email to Sam recently asking him to please take another look at this but apparently he is on extended vacation. Others were copied so someone there should have the details. I can't get anywhere on my end trying to resolve it without your guys help at that end. Neither I nor Godaddy can find anything right off hand that would be blocking them. Godaddy needs to see the bounce back messages to figure out if it's something there that's causing the problem.
Please help. I now I'm only one member, but......... It's been 5 months now. The problem began when you made server changes in October.

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Re: CPAPTalk.com Bugs? Tell Our Developers Here.

Postby BlackSpinner on Sun Mar 04, 2012 2:41 pm

greatunclebill wrote:i get this nearly every time i come here. i know what it is and why i get it, that's not a problem. it may be time to increase capacity if it is possible. thanks.

Fatal error: SQL ERROR [ mysql4 ]

Too many connections [1040]

An sql error occurred while fetching this page. Please contact an administrator if this problem persists. in /var/www/vhosts/cpaptalk3/httpdocs/includes/db/dbal.php on line 602


Me too, lots of times lately.

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Re: CPAPTalk.com Bugs? Tell Our Developers Here.

Postby danjfoley on Mon Mar 05, 2012 3:04 pm

not a "bug" per say, but I think you should have "sleephead" listed as a software selection in the profile.

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Re: CPAPTalk.com Bugs? Tell Our Developers Here.

Postby squid13 on Wed Mar 14, 2012 2:55 pm

I've noticed that I can't subscribe or unsubscribe to a topic. Clicking on the box does nothing.

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Re: CPAPTalk.com Bugs? Tell Our Developers Here.

Postby danjfoley on Fri Mar 16, 2012 11:00 am

Just got the SQL error today. Time to call your web hosting company :)

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Re: CPAPTalk.com Bugs? Tell Our Developers Here.

Postby MDALE on Sat Mar 17, 2012 7:05 am

Thread titles: Make them active!

When you cursor over the thread title, all that appears is "New posts."
What should appear instead is the first 15 to 20 or so words of the post.

Thread titles are often very non-descriptive - this would solve that and greatly improve the useability of the site.

Thanks

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Re: CPAPTalk.com Bugs? Tell Our Developers Here.

Postby GumbyCT on Sun Mar 18, 2012 5:50 pm

Is there a way to fix it so that everytime there is a time change, like for daylight savings, the board preferences can take care of that like Windows does? I always seem to forget to do mine.

Just thought I'd ask, it's not the end of the world.

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Re: CPAPTalk.com Bugs? Tell Our Developers Here.

Postby idamtnboy on Sun Mar 18, 2012 7:48 pm

GumbyCT wrote:Is there a way to fix it so that everytime there is a time change, like for daylight savings, the board preferences can take care of that like Windows does? I always seem to forget to do mine.

Just thought I'd ask, it's not the end of the world.

Thanks

You mean like the DST on/off option on the Board Preferences page, or some other option?

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Re: CPAPTalk.com Bugs? Tell Our Developers Here.

Postby Bookbear on Sun Mar 18, 2012 10:10 pm

For the past three days, I've had to log in each time I come here, even though I check 'Log Me In Automatically Each Visit'. Not a big problem, more of an inconvenience, but it's not happened to me before. 'Tis a puzzlement.

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