I just found out that password handling on the Transifex website is broken. After failing to log in with my old password, I requested a password reset, but even after resetting the password back to the old password I still could not log in with it. I then reset it again, and this time used a simplistic password (just fulfilling the silly requirements set by the reset form). This then allowed me to log in.
I then went to my account settings and again set my password back to the old one. I then tried logging in again, and again it failed.
So the password handling is triply broken: it fails to warn me about the requirements for a truly working password, it fails to store a truly strong password, and it fails to prevent the non-working password from being saved, causing a non-working login.
God, what an unintuitive trick they’ve come up with for that locking mechanism. Thanks for taking one for the team!
I’m having a problem adding a custom image when the generated preview has already picked up an image. If I remove the automatically linked image, the ’Remove Image’ button remains as such, so there’s no ’Add Image’ button in its place to add the custom image.
As an example, here’s a recorded gif of my attempt to customize the image when linking to this page on Tukes’ website.
With few hints about preview-suitable content provided by that page, Visual Link Preview picks up an overlay image (magnifying glass), which I’d then like to replace with the actual image (a safety reflector) from that page (after already downloading it). But after I click ’Remove Image’ to remove the overlay image, I have no way to add the correct image, because the ’Add Image’ button is missing.
I’m using the current latest release of the plugin (2.0.1) in WP 5.1.
Another option missing from the man page is -ow (for overwriting the input file in-place), available since version 1.7.22.
$ pngcrush 2>&1 | grep -- -ow
pngcrush -ow [other options] file.png [tempfile.png]
Kun reittihaun (oulu.digitransit.fi) osoitekentässä painaa sarkainnäppäintä, se tyhjentää viimeksi kirjoitetun tekstin (ja palauttaa kentän edellisen sisällön, jos siihen oli aiemmin syötetty jotain). Tämä on jotain ihan muuta kuin sarkainnäppäimeen tavallisesti kytketyt toiminnot: sarkainnäppäimen painalluksella pitäisi joko kursorin hypätä lomakkeen seuraavaan kenttään, tai, jos osoitekenttään syötettyä tekstiä vastaavien ehdotusten luettelo on näkyvillä, syöttää ehdotuksista kohdistettuna oleva teksti osoitekenttään.
Last week, after receiving the ”Important updates to your Flickr account” notification email I deleted my Flickr account, associated with my Yahoo account. Today I received two new copies of the ”Important updates to your Flickr account” email. I tried to access the old Flickr account to make sure it has been deleted, but logging in with my Yahoo account only creates a new Flickr account, which is not what I want.
What I want is to have no more email messages sent to me from Flickr.
I also tried logging in using my Gmail address (which also appears to have a Yahoo account associated with it), but opening flickr.com after that also just creates a new Flickr account every time. I keep deleting these accounts, only to be handed a new one every time I go back to flickr.com.
Back in April-May, I received altogether 5 separate messages informing me about the SmugMug ownership business, so something’s clearly not right with your emailing system, or with the records you have of me.
Your email messages should follow the semi-standard practice of including a footer with a clear explanation of why exactly am I receiving the email and what I should do if I wish to stop receiving them. The ToS and Community Guidelines links (currently in the footer) are all but useless in this context.
Thanks for the excellent plugin! I’ve only had one issue so far: the previews are apparently saved encoded, which makes any decoded preview content unsearchable with WordPress’ search function (whereas searching for a piece of the encoded string brings up the matching post). If you could implement searchability of the decoded content, that’d be great.
Some years back (2013/2014 maybe?) the ’New Window’ and ’New Tab’ menu items were combined into a single ’New Terminal’ item.
This apparently met with resistance from users, so Fedora and recently also Ubuntu have chosen to build Gnome terminal with
DISUNIFY_NEW_TERMINAL_SECTION to restore the old behavior.
This unfortunately leaves users of those distros, like myself, who actually prefer the simplicity of ’New Terminal’, with no practical way to restore that functionality (beyond rebuilding the package with the compile-time switch reverted).
After hearing me out, the Ubuntu maintainer suggested I file a bug here, asking to turn the compile-time option into a Gsetting so that the behavior could be more easily adjusted per user preferences.
So that is what I’m asking here.
Jeremy: If this is indeed the popular choice then I fully respect that. I just wanted to voice my disgruntlement, since I feel the way this was set by upstream is much simpler. Sorry for being late with it, didn’t realize this was getting overridden before the change already came into effect.
Urgh, I’d argue that changing this back *is* a regression. The merged menu item has been the default since (at least) 16.04, and now the cognitive load of opening a new tab has suddenly increased: instead of ”new terminal” I now again have to pick the one I want (which is always tabs for me) from two options each time, instead of just the one.