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You cannot post new topics in this forum
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You cannot edit your posts in this forum
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You can attach files in this forum sometimes yes, sometimes no
You can download files in this forum sometimes yes, sometimes no

WTF?

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Post 10 Dec 2008, 00:52
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LocoDelAssembly
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That is literally or you just mean that there are subforums whose rules allows you to attach and download files whereas others don't?

Note that the heterogeneous permissions with regard to attachments is known (look how DOS386 posts his attachments on Heap and then post a link to them on subforums whose guests' rules don't allow attachment downloading).

[edit] Have I used the words "whose" and "whereas" correctly?Razz[/edit]
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neville



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The last 2 rules just seem to be random

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Tomasz Grysztar
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They're not random. For some of the forums they are allowed only for logged-in users.
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neville



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Sorry, first I thought it depended on whether one had previously posted to the thread, but that has proven not to be the case.
Do you know what the algorithm is for e.g. deciding if one can download without logging in?

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Post 10 Dec 2008, 21:24
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Now that's weird Tomasz, I swear I could not see your second sentence in your post above until I posted just now. All I could see was "They're not random" and nothing else. Did you do an "invisible edit" or something?
Post 10 Dec 2008, 21:27
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They are not random. Attach is always false if not logged in. Download depends from subforum (Heap: YES | DOS: NO). Only Tomasz knows why. And buggy forum indeed makes some (all for Tomasz ? ) edits invisible.
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vid
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Now that's weird Tomasz, I swear I could not see your second sentence in your post above until I posted just now. All I could see was "They're not random" and nothing else. Did you do an "invisible edit" or something

He might have edited it after you loaded page but before you submitted your reply.

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And buggy forum indeed makes some (all for Tomasz ? ) edits invisible.

At least for me, edits to my own posts are visible and follow ordinary rules. Only edits to other people's posts are invisible.
Post 26 Dec 2008, 15:07
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revolution
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vid wrote:
At least for me, edits to my own posts are visible and follow ordinary rules. Only edits to other people's posts are invisible.
That is backwards. It should be, at the very least, the other way around, and ideally they should be visible for all edits.
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