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Nathan Explosion

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  1. If you want to take the "user renames the file extension" element out of the equation, then here's a different kludge which can be applied by a moderator/admin after the file has been uploaded...

    1. Edit the post
    2. View the 'Source' in the editor
    3. In amongst the HTML, you will see type="video/quicktime"
    4. Change quicktime to mp4 (therefore type="video/mp4")
    5. Save the edit.

    I've added something to my "HTML5 Video/Audio Player" resource which will apply that kludge to content without the need for editing the content.

  2. 5 hours ago, Joel R said:

    Someone should correct me if I'm wrong,

    Looks like you're wrong.

    There is no ordering on the select query that creates the block listing - it's at the mercy of the order in which the widgets were added to the core_widgets table, which would be the order in which applications/plugins were installed (System likely first, then order of installation of other apps)

    Could contain: Page, Text

     

  3. Just to add for anyone reading the above -

    if you go to http://www.reddit.com/oembed?format=json&url=https://www.reddit.com/r/reactjs/comments/14s3r1j/adding_the_new_threadsnet_social_share_button_to/?rdt=53260&scheme=https (this is the URL produced by Invision to connect to Reddit to get the oembed code) it will redirect to the https equivalent:

    https://www.reddit.com/oembed?format=json&url=https://www.reddit.com/r/reactjs/comments/14s3r1j/adding_the_new_threadsnet_social_share_button_to/?rdt=53260&scheme=https

    ...and produce the expected response.

    I am not indicating here that it's going to fix things for those currently blocked (you will need to contact Reddit to get your server IP unblocked) nor am I indicating here that the change by Invision will stop people being blocked going forward - I am only indicating that in my case above, we have not seen any further blocks since making the change after the second unblock being done.

     

  4. Just as a bit of information to add to the mix here...

    A few weeks ago I assisted someone on a problem with Reddit embeds on their own site (non-Invision) which had the same problem - Reddit unblocked their IP address, but a few days later it was blocked again. Contacted Reddit again, they unblocked it but advised us to review the embed code being used. It was then that I spotted that the URL being used for the oembed endpoint was http://www.reddit.com/oembed - updated it to https://, and we've not seen any further blocks.

    The endpoint for reddit in \IPS\Text\Parser is http://www.reddit.com/oembed

    Could contain: Text, Page

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