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Re: Site issues

PostPosted: Thu Jun 27, 2019 5:23 pm
by LordXenophon
That's what I get for trying to share the wisdom of Sheogorath. The whole uploading process goes crazy.

Re: Site issues

PostPosted: Sun Jul 21, 2019 1:36 am
by ladyonthemoon
I still cannot upload my mod to MMH:

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Re: Site issues

PostPosted: Sun Jul 21, 2019 12:07 pm
by Drakkmore
We are aware of this issue, and Fliggerty has been notified of it. He will get to it when he has a chance. He has told me that he will try to get to as many of the reported bugs that he can get to during this weekend. Again I must beg your patience, you should be able to upload the mod soon. Please remember that Fliggerty is the only person with the permissions to fix some of these issues (most actually), and he is a very busy person IRL, and as should be his family, and RL work comes before anything internet related, including fixing any issues that might inconvenience people on these forums, and site. When he has the time he will fix what he can.

Re: Site issues

PostPosted: Mon Jul 22, 2019 1:34 pm
by LordXenophon
I can't even log in to MMH. The Login and Register buttons don't seem to exist. Here, at least, I can log in and post.

Re: Site issues

PostPosted: Mon Jul 22, 2019 3:00 pm
by dietbob196045
I have no issues logging in   ???  random burp perhaps   
However I am sure you'll need to provide some info  like OS and Browser stuff

Enjoy
Dietbob

Re: Site issues

PostPosted: Mon Jul 22, 2019 5:13 pm
by Leonardo
LordXenophon wrote:I can't even log in to MMH. The Login and Register buttons don't seem to exist. Here, at least, I can log in and post.

When you login here you are already logged in on MMH since GHF are using a multilogin feature for GHF, GHF Download, and MMH.

Before you login you can read what the multilogin feature is all about.  Below is the information about the multilogin feature.

MultiLogin enables you to visit this site via different domains without re-authentication.
This site can be visited via fliggerty.com, tesvskyrim.com, mw.modhistory.com.
To use this feature 3rd party cookies from the domains above have to be accepted by your browser. Depending on the settings you might be asked for permission to set cookies accordingly once uppon login.
Please read our privacy policy.

Re: Site issues

PostPosted: Mon Jul 22, 2019 5:43 pm
by Drakkmore
Fliggerty had MMH down for a little bit over the weekend, that might have been a residual hiccup from that exsorcise, as Leo said you can use the multi log feature when you log in here, you have to check the box, as it is not automatic. Also if you would post your browser, and pluggins list so that we can make sure to fix this if it is an issue that others might have. I myself use the multi log feature, but last night the loggin area was occupied with the log out button.

As I've said before it may take a while to get everything sorted, since Fliggerty puts his RL business first (and rightly so in my opinion).


EDIT: I just logged out of Modding History, and the Register/loggin was where it was supposed to be, but the link seems to be disconnected from the text, as I had to loggout of GHF here, to log back in via the multi log feature.

Re: Site issues

PostPosted: Wed Jul 24, 2019 4:57 pm
by Drakkmore
I just want every one to know that Modding History seems to be down right now. I will be letting Fliggerty know about it, and post an update later on.

Re: Site issues

PostPosted: Thu Jul 25, 2019 4:17 am
by Leonardo
That might explain why the server was slow, maybe a bit unresponsive I mean if I wanted to drag a piece of text in the post editor I had to wait a couple of seconds before the server updated the post editor.

I think clearing the cache could help.

Re: Site issues

PostPosted: Thu Jul 25, 2019 1:47 pm
by Drakkmore
Modding History is up again, as some f you might know by now.
If someone needs to upload a mod to Modding History, now would be the right time to give it a try.

Re: Site issues

PostPosted: Thu Jul 25, 2019 9:26 pm
by nzdawghaus
Just tried twice, still giving the same error. Also there's no option to add screenshots.  :banghead:
[phpBB Debug] PHP Warning: in file /home/ghf/modhistory.com/includes/processors/upload_file.php on line 15: rename(/mnt/storage/modhistory/content/uploads/files/Widescreen Menu and Logo Replacer.7z,/mnt/storage/modhistory/content/checking/holding/Widescreen Menu and Logo Replacer.7z): No such file or directory
Failed to move the file!

Re: Site issues

PostPosted: Fri Jul 26, 2019 4:13 pm
by Drakkmore
Okay, I'll let Fliggerty know.

Re: Site issues

PostPosted: Fri Nov 29, 2019 5:40 pm
by Leonardo
I wonder why the last post in a thread doesn't show in the main index.  Maybe purge the cache in ACP would help.

Has that got to do with the thread being posted as a global announcement?  If it has could you try to change that to a normal thread and let it be present in the Anything goes forum, just to avoid confusing.

Re: Site issues

PostPosted: Fri Nov 29, 2019 7:03 pm
by dietbob196045
Drakkmore wrote:Modding History is up again, as some f you might know by now.
If someone needs to upload a mod to Modding History, now would be the right time to give it a try.


I attempted to upload some stuff as recently as last week, but it would not work

Just letting you know, as of now understanding things are in the process or soon will be in the process of changing I am not concerned I can wait  :)


Enjoy
Dietbob

Re: Site issues

PostPosted: Sun Dec 01, 2019 8:12 am
by Drakkmore
Right it was actually NZdawghaus's previous post about Modding History that got Fliggerty to make his announcement, as well as my not being able to approve GHF-DL mods.I still can not approve the mods awaiting approval on GHF-DL, and people can not upload to Modding History currently.

The Irony here is I can approve files on Modding History, and apparently people can upload to GHF-DL
Go figure.

Thanks Dietbob.

Re: Site issues

PostPosted: Sun Dec 01, 2019 12:19 pm
by Leonardo
Talk about catch-22 here.  :mockery:

I am glad not be an admin under these circumstances.  Drakkmore, you are doing a great job and I think most people, those who are active, appreciate that including myself.  :D

Re: Site issues

PostPosted: Sun Dec 01, 2019 7:48 pm
by dietbob196045
Leonardo wrote:Talk about catch-22 here.  :mockery:

I am glad not be an admin under these circumstances.  Drakkmore, you are doing a great job and I think most people, those who are active, appreciate that including myself.  :D


Ditto

Except for the Mockery Part   I'll have to come up with something else   :chinscratch:

Honestly until you mentioned it, I didn't even know that GHF-DL was a site that mods could be uploaded to......  but if you wouldn't mind educating me .....  Is there a specific reason to have a "GHF-DL" when we have a MMH ?

Enjoy
Dietbob

Re: Site issues

PostPosted: Sun Dec 01, 2019 8:02 pm
by Drakkmore
dietbob196045 wrote: -snip-  I'll have to come up with something else   :chinscratch:  

You could always upload to GHF-DL. I just won't be able to approve it until Fliggerty gets the new Modding History finished, at which point it will be moved to Modding History.

dietbob196045 wrote: Honestly until you mentioned it, I didn't even know that GHF-DL was a site that mods could be uploaded to......  but if you wouldn't mind educating me .....  Is there a specific reason to have a "GHF-DL" when we have a MMH ?

Enjoy
Dietbob


The reason for GHF-DL, and Modding History being around is that Modding History is a repository of mods from all over the place. Like a museum where you can snag copies of the artwork/artifacts to take home with you, where GHF-DL is a mod hosting site for mods that were still being supported, and worked on when they were uploaded. Fun fact you can update mods on GHF-DL should issues arise, and be reported. Also GHF-DL has a function to create a release thread on the GHF Forums, which can be copy pasted to other forums (some of which might require slight editing depending on which forums you post your release thread on), as well as having a BBCode for a linked Download button. Where Modding History has no such features. I can not explain it any other way right now, perhaps Our first Modding History Senior Curator can explain it better, but right now I'm not able to. If you ask specific questions I might could better explain one piece at a time.

EDIT: I like to upload my older versions of mods to Modding History as I update my mods on GHF-DL. That way when the update is published the older versions are still available for download in the off chance that somebody prefers an older version of a mod. Newer doesn't always mean better/more desirable.

Re: Site issues

PostPosted: Mon Dec 02, 2019 2:59 am
by Leonardo
Drakkmore wrote:The reason for GHF-DL, and Modding History being around is that Modding History is a repository of mods from all over the place. Like a museum where you can snag copies of the artwork/artifacts to take home with you, where GHF-DL is a mod hosting site for mods that were still being supported, and worked on when they were uploaded. Fun fact you can update mods on GHF-DL should issues arise, and be reported. Also GHF-DL has a function to create a release thread on the GHF Forums, which can be copy pasted to other forums (some of which might require slight editing depending on which forums you post your release thread on), as well as having a BBCode for a linked Download button. Where Modding History has no such features. I can not explain it any other way right now, perhaps Our first Modding History Senior Curator can explain it better, but right now I'm not able to. If you ask specific questions I might could better explain one piece at a time.

That would be me since I was the first Senior Curator for MMH and that happen over 8 years ago.

Anyway, what you said about the difference between MMH and GHF-DL seems correct to me.  I was also part of the development of both MMH and GHF-DL.