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 Post subject: Re: We're back ... What happened.
PostPosted: Mar Mon 11, 2019 7:35 pm 
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This one is really bad...
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 Post subject: Re: We're back ... What happened.
PostPosted: Mar Mon 11, 2019 7:50 pm 
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Thanks for the update Allan. Was worried ARF had gone away.

Be aware that Internet Explorer (in Win XP) can no longer
access the site though. Stuck using slow, malware infested
Firefox for a while at least.
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Try chrome if it still works on xp


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Maybe just get rid of your xp os, install Linus [mint] as your os….. Its free. I have done it
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Scared me! This site is a valuable resource for radio enthusiasts!


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Thank you Alan for your continued support of ARF. There is no other place like this.

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One forgets how much this forum helps until its gone ... thanks!

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Thanks Alan. Great news on the Resources section. I just used the form to request a couple of additions.

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Thanks for your continual maintenance and upgrading for the site, Alan!


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Thanks Alan for keeping this great resource alive!

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Something new happening here. I've been trying to reply to a post in a thread on the online forums page with multiple .jpgs in my reply. I can add the first .jpg with no problem, but as I try to enter a second or third .jpg I get this error message:


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I've tried at least a half-dozen times to make the post, but keep running into this.

Is this some unwanted characteristic of the new upgrade?




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This is a test for multiple jpgs. ??? Seems to work for me, hope someone can help you out.


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 Post subject: Re: We're back ... What happened.
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pauls.ironhorse wrote:
This is a test for multiple jpgs. ??? Seems to work for me, hope someone can help you out.

Thanks. I just tried it with Internet Explorer. Works fine with that.

Back to experimenting with my Google Chrome...The post I was trying to make had several links in it. I tried making a post with multiple images without links in it, that seems to work fine. But when I try adding images to a posting with multiple links in it, that's when I get the error message. Google Chrome does not seem to want to allow me to use multiple links with three or more images.

I think it's related to all that extra gobbledygook that the links are displaying as reported earlier in this thread. As soon as that is fixed, I'll experiment again.

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I noticed that Chrome is blocking some HTTP linked JavaScript. Perhaps that is part of the problem?


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Many thanks for all of your hard work


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Many thanks for this wonderful site and all the work you do!
This has become one of the venues I visit quite often.
Met a lot of nice folks here, sold a few things, found a few
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What a great resource! So glad it's going to continue...

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Thanks Alan. I thoroughly enjoy the forum.


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 Post subject: Re: We're back ... What happened.
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Even though this site has a valid secure certificate now, newer browsers will still block or flag a page or content if any of the scripts on the page have a non-secure http:// off site reference.
Unless everything on a page is referenced to this site or another secure site (https://) with a valid certificate, the newer browsers will want to block the whole page or block part of it's content.
That includes any photos that are still on other non-secure sites.

I know because it took me a while to track down all the non-secure references on my sites and change them when I switched over. Some of my sites have content from other sites and one still pops up once in a while and I have to track it down when the page gets flagged for having content blocked.

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