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Messages - Xepher

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Knowhow Trading Post / Re: comic codeing partner needed
« on: March 13, 2013, 06:22:37 am »
I unfortunately don't have the time to spare, but you might be better served by posting at least some of the comic in question to help attract potential collaborators.

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Technical Support / Re: Changing the name of my subdomian
« on: March 13, 2013, 06:21:40 am »
Sorry I'm so slow in responding. Please send me an email (admin@...) with your request, and I'll work on changing your username (and thus, subdomain.)

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Applications / Re: Comic Insurrection
« on: February 23, 2013, 07:47:00 am »
Alright, you're in! You should have an email with login credentials and instructions. Please read/follow them, and let me know if you have any questions. Welcome Aboard!

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Applications / Re: Comic Insurrection
« on: February 15, 2013, 06:30:57 am »
So you live and work on a co-op? Next challenge question is this. Sell me (or anyone) on the idea! That is to say, why's it worth doing, what made you choose that lifestyle, etc.

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Applications / Re: Comic Insurrection
« on: February 11, 2013, 12:02:43 am »
A few questions to start off with.

How long have you been regularly drawing (and how long for comics in particular?)

Do you have any galleries anywhere like deviantart, tumblr, or any other art site?

What's the longest running project you've worked on?

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Web Design / Re: Newbie Attempting Websites!
« on: February 10, 2013, 11:58:36 pm »
I think Kompozer is a spin-off/standalone version of the old Mozilla integrated HTML editor. I used to use that many years ago, but haven't really seen/used it (or other WYSIWYG editors) in a while now, so I can't speak directly to it's usefulness. Looking at what it offers though, it's probably a good place to start, and as it's free, there's not really a downside to trying it out for a while. One thing to note is that most modern sites on the web don't usually use static HTML anymore, and tend to run CMS systems or the like. That is to say, things like wordpress, joomla, etc. I know quite a few users here specifically use wordpress with the comicpress plugin. http://comicpress.org/ Using something like that basically lets you have all the nifty features like archives/calendars, rants/blog posts, forward/back and other navigation, etc. pretty much out of the box. The tradeoff is that it can be somewhat difficult to customize if you don't like the normal layout options (though basic customization like colors, your own art for headers and buttons and such is pretty easy.) That said though, it works pretty well for most comics, and is MUCH faster to get setup and running than learning HTML and doing things the hard/manual way. There are other comic-specific systems out there too (comikaze, comiccms, walrus, comicgallery, etc.), though I'm not really sure how they rate compared to comic press as I've never used them much directly.

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Announcements / Re: System Updates
« on: November 25, 2012, 08:12:34 am »
Okay, I've finally done it. If you log into user services now, there should be an option to use external email, and a text box where you can enter the list of mail servers to use. Don't enter priorities, just the five google mailservers in order. In other words, put exactly the following into the text box.

ASPMX.L.GOOGLE.COM
ALT1.ASPMX.L.GOOGLE.COM
ALT2.ASPMX.L.GOOGLE.COM
ASPMX2.GOOGLEMAIL.COM
ASPMX3.GOOGLEMAIL.COM


As this is new, it's not completely tested of course, so please let me know if you have any problems or see any errors.

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Announcements / Mail delivery problems
« on: November 24, 2012, 07:59:52 pm »
Over the past two days, /var filled up, preventing new email messages from being accepted by the server here. I've corrected the problem, and as messages queued on other servers are retried, they should start trickling in here shortly. If you normally have a decent volume of mail to your account here, some of it may come in big chunks now that things are back online. I apologize for the interruption in service, as I should have caught that earlier but I've been busy with the holidays.

As to the root cause, it was the apache error log filling up very quickly with deprecated and strict code warnings. Even though these are disabled in the default config, several users appear to have code the explicitly turns some of this extra logging back on, and thus fills up the log faster than usual. If you have a site here, now would be a good time to see if it's generating errors and update any third-party scripts you have installed to ones compatible with php 5.4. Not a big deal at this point though, I'm just going to rotate the error log more frequently.

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Technical Support / Re: Animal Transformation Ring
« on: November 16, 2012, 07:20:40 am »
I'm sorry, I really don't know. All you can do from this end is just delete any code snippets they had you insert in your site. The rest (any info you submitted to them) would have to be dealt with by their admins or their own login system.

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General Chat / Re: Shameless Plug
« on: November 15, 2012, 05:04:46 am »
It looks pretty cool, but at the same time, not really the type of game I'm into. That said, I'm pledging anyway. Indie games with actual talent are awesome, and I'm also cheering for linux support for casual games. If you like this sort of thing, chip in. It's fun to back projects from real people, not just mega-studios trying to separate you from your dollar. That said, looks like they hit their goal and this thing is funded. Congratulations guys!

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Technical Support / Re: Animal Transformation Ring
« on: November 15, 2012, 04:52:53 am »
I'm afraid I'm not exactly sure what you're referring to. The main page of your site doesn't seem to have any "ring" links on it. I'm assuming it must be on some sub page somewhere. That said, most of the old "ring" sites used to basically require a sign up with their central server, and then posting of code to actually put the ring links/icons/etc on your own page. To remove yourself from such things, you likely need to delete your account with whatever central site runs that ring, and then remove the code blocks from your html pages.

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Announcements / Re: Upgraded to PHP 5.4
« on: October 15, 2012, 07:46:53 am »
I think I've fixed the main page errors. My code had some obsolete functions in it that I needed to update. Mainly, check that a variable exists before using it. For the error you were getting, this page explains that it's been removed in php 5.4  http://php.net/manual/en/function.import-request-variables.php As this was removed from PHP since it's a large security issue (since it's basically a replacement for the horribly insecure "register_globals") it's not something I'm likely to revert. I'd suggest you find a new poll plugin that doesn't rely on this, or see if there's an updated version. That said, there are some suggestions in the comments on that page for using extract() to replace the functionality, but I'd really advise against that (for the aforementioned security issues.) I do apologize for the trouble though. Hopefully it won't be too big of a pain to replace. If you have more trouble too, just let me know.

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Announcements / Upgraded to PHP 5.4
« on: October 15, 2012, 02:22:47 am »
The server has been upgraded to PHP 5.4.6 (from 5.3.15) and other minor software bits were upgraded as well. As usual, if you run into problems, please let me know.

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Announcements / Re: I'll be off line for the next week
« on: October 09, 2012, 06:40:36 am »
Okay, back and it looks like nothing broke. Yay!

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Announcements / I'll be off line for the next week
« on: September 30, 2012, 06:06:50 am »
I'm going on a cruise this week, and won't have any form of internet access until I return on the 7th of October. As such, please don't be offended if I don't respond to email or other issues until then. :-)

Edit: Back now, all good!

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