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  1. Do you mean that your have added the referred domains in "Settings->Posting->URLs->Domains....to follow" ?
  2. I started this bug report: @Matt closed this bug report and commented: There have been more discussions on this topic, but I did not see a bug-report. maybe it was also removed. Off-course it is not a real "bug causing the forum not to work", but the way this function is designed now, it will always proxy an external image, even if it is from a https-source. I think the change should be: check if the "image URL" is "http://" -> then operate as it is now. If URL is "https://" just do nothing. The main reason for this proxy function is browser-errors if you operate a https forum with mixed content. Nowadays (with letsencrypt) every forum can (should) use https so I think it is important to avoid 'mixed content'. Reason for this request: It will save traffic and server resources and I do not like to serve too much (external) images as 'our images' to visitors. There could be a legal issue in some cases (copyrighted and inappropriate pictures), so I prefer to have "quoted pictures from other sites" as many as possible instead of serve them as 'my own' pictures. I am not a programmer myself, but I think this change should not be too difficult and if you make the 'https" check configurable also people who like to always proxy every picture are happy.
  3. That's what I did at first, but when clicking on 'continue' I got the same screen again telling me that HtmlPurifierInternalLinkDef.php is not the correct version and upgrade is not proceeding. There is a difference in the file which is in the full installation package compared to the installed version. I did not try to stop the upgrade and use again the /upgrade url. But the new file works and as it is in the full-install-package it is probably forgotten in the upgrade file-set.
  4. I'm running PHP 5.6.19 with MariaDB 10.0.24 and had this on both my testforum as normal forum.... (and only on this 4.1.11 upgrade, not on 4.1.10 upgrade)
  5. That's not enough, the 'new' version of HtmlPurifierInternalLinkDef.php is not included in the upgrade files. First (after the automatic upgrade stopped) I manually downloaded the upgrade package but I had the same error. I found that HtmlPurifierInternalLinkDef.php is not in that .zip file. Then I downloaded the full package and manually copied HtmlPurifierInternalLinkDef.php (dated april 25, 08:36) and after that the upgrade can continue.
  6. I know how to use .htaccess (or the way I have to do this in my nginx server), but I was wondering if I could use both https and http at the same time. Will this interfere with internal cache or other things ? So people who connect to the http version will get the same as when they connect to the https version ? I have my test-forum running on http now and after I changed this to https I got all kinds of errors, so I had to swich-back to http-only as I could not login anymore. So I wondered if I needed to change something in settings, I could only find a setting for login via https or http (did not change my problem), but nothing for normal board settings or friendly-URL's. Will they auto-follow when the forum is called via https url ? Regarding the 'mixed content' warnings: are they not solved when using the new https-image-proxy ? Or will this only work on new posts ?
  7. I want to change my board to https. I have tested the setup, but I see some strange things happening when using https://. It seems that some links to subforums do not work anymore. Do I need to change anything in the forum-settings ? Or do I have to clear cache or change friendly URL setting ? Is it possible to use http and https at the same time or do I need to choose either http or https setup ?
  8. Any ETA on converters from other forumsoftware directly to 4.x ?
  9. I noticed that there are no member pictures when viewing a forum topic list from an Ipad-2 in Landscape mode. Is this a bug ? (When viewing the same page in portrait, or in smaller smartphone resolution and full-screen pc mode pictures are visible) See the example screens: full-screen: Ipad Landscape mode: Ipad portrait mode: Smartphone size :
  10. Do you know if you actually miss 200+ members or is this just 'garbage' from the converters ? Do these accounts also have posts ? If so, then you maybe can search for text from these posts in your old installation to see which member account it was.
  11. Is it also possible to have IPB4 redirection scripts for sites converted from Vbulletin 3.8 ?
  12. ​What will be unavailable when these processes are not yet finished ? Just statistics or also topics/messages ? And if so, will the newer topics handled first ?
  13. I had similar problems with css with nginx/centminmod. It also started with missing css, but later I had more php errors causing a admin login-failure. This was caused by centminmod 'igbinary' setting which was not compatible with some IPS4 database tables. I don't know if this is already fixed in RC6, but in case you have igbinary 'on' you may have the same cause ? See my messages in this topic for more info how to solve this and what database columns are involved.
  14. IPS has also solved the issue so igbinary can be used, When you change some database tables it will work with igbinary 'on' too. You need to make the core_sessions.data and the core_sys_cp_sessions.session_app_data columns BLOB rather than TEXT. This will be done automatically in the next release according IPS support. I do not know in what version it will be fixed. RC5 did not have the change yet. Otherwise just change the database columns manually.
  15. For readers with the same problem: It took some time, but IPS support found the reason: the default setting in centmin mod php-fpm "session.serialize_handler=igbinary" seems to be not compatible with IPS4. Changing this to "session.serialize_handler=php" solved it. This setting is in /etc/centminmod/php.d/igbinary.ini
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