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Post by Rukiafan on Wed 24 Jan 2018 - 3:15

I'm the owner of http://www.WiiWareWave.com and I have a serious problem. When I create HTML or Javascript in my Admin Panel the characters remaining become negative once I submit a code for the first time. For example if I have 22,918 characters left for a HTML code, once I submit the code my 22,918 characters remaining becomes -22,918 characters thereby disabling my ability to use the submit button when editing. Someone please fix this issue ASAP. My forum version is ModernBB.
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Post by SLGray on Wed 24 Jan 2018 - 8:01

http://help.forumotion.com/t1709-some-limits-of-forumotion-forum

Characters in HTML pages: 65,000 characters

This also includes spaces.


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Post by Rukiafan on Wed 24 Jan 2018 - 18:12

I know that. Even if I put a single character in the text field and submit the code it becomes -1 remaining...

I was in the middle of an extensive overhaul of my review section, but I can't accomplish this if I can't even edit my HTML pages...

I don't mind giving you guys access to a dummy admin account so your techs can see the admin panel, I just need this resolved ASAP!
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Post by APE on Wed 24 Jan 2018 - 19:18

Hello I also had this problem the other day but I have been testing it on my test forum and don't get the problem no more.
Could you maybe PM me your code your are using so I can test it on my test forum.

I don't really want to test this on your forum as I could mess your codes up so it's better giving me the code that is messing up first so i can test it on our test site.



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Post by Rukiafan on Thu 25 Jan 2018 - 9:25

The coding isn't the issue. You can put any single letter, number, or symbol as the code and submit it and you'll have -1 character remaining...
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Post by SLGray on Thu 25 Jan 2018 - 9:33

APE asked for the coding so he can test it on his forum.


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Post by APE on Thu 25 Jan 2018 - 15:29

The problem is I can not recreate the problem my end that is why I asked for your code so I can test that code my self.

Okay can you send me a test account and the URL in a PM I will test this my self on your site.

When I have run the tests on your site I will have a better understanding on the matter and see what is going wrong.

If I can get the same thing your getting then I can file a report and ask in death of why you are getting it and get someone to fix the problem or at least tell me why it's going on.



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Post by Rukiafan on Mon 5 Feb 2018 - 2:37

PM sent! Thanks @APE! ^_^
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Post by APE on Mon 5 Feb 2018 - 18:29

Hello @Rukiafan I am on your forum now and Don't have the same problem as you do as you can see on my screen cap Sad I have also tested this on JS and don't have a problem.

Can I ask what browser are you using ?



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Post by Rukiafan on Mon 5 Feb 2018 - 18:53

It's having an effect on all mobile and gaming browsers. I can't afford any more laptops because those darn things are so susceptible to viruses and malware...Mobile devices are less susceptible and video game browsers rarely if ever get true computer viruses.
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Post by APE on Mon 5 Feb 2018 - 19:37

Hmm That might be the problem mobile browsers are not as good as laptop browsers.
The problem is mobiles browser cache is really small and can be a problem.
also games consoles have really basic browser settings and limit you on almost everything Sad



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