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Dec 06, 2014 09:49 |  #91

Image Conversion :

When i upload a B&W picture on POTN using the button "Upload Images" the conversion render the photo a lot more dark (a lot ...) .

When i use the Fetch function (to get the picture on 500px for example) it seem ok, the conversion look correct.

The issue is only with B&W pictures and uploaded from my computer (OSX 10.9 using FF), i tried on 3 different pictures that i erased (the conversion was too dark)

That's all for me :-D

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Dec 06, 2014 10:11 |  #92

Reservoir Dog wrote in post #17316016 (external link)
Image Conversion :

When i upload a B&W picture on POTN using the button "Upload Images" the conversion render the photo a lot more dark (a lot ...) .

When i use the Fetch function (to get the picture on 500px for example) it seem ok, the conversion look correct.

The issue is only with B&W pictures and uploaded from my computer (OSX 10.9 using FF), i tried on 3 different pictures that i erased (the conversion was too dark)

That's all for me :-D

BTW Pekka, Fantastic job on this new design, i just felt in love :love:

I have investigated that b/w darkness and there is a fix (it's a gamma error), now I only have to reliably make the conversion know that the image is indeed b/w...

Frankly this bug is not on top of the list. Maybe in two weeks it will be.


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Dec 06, 2014 10:43 as a reply to  @ Pekka's post |  #93

Thanks a lot for the quick answer,
Take all your time and some rest also ;) (i'm sure those past weeks might have been "heavy duty" weeks for you)


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Dec 06, 2014 12:11 |  #94

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The login cookie isn't sticking on iOS. I choose "1 month" as the login period and when I come back the next day I've been logged out. This is with iOS 8.1.1 on an iPad.

It is likely the iPad had been rebooted and certain Safari had been restarted (well, crashed... it's iOS 8, getting two to five crashes per hour).


I am staying logged in on iOS8.1.1 on an iPhone 5s even after a reboot.


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Dec 06, 2014 12:48 |  #95

I'm running iOS 8.1.1 on iPad and iPhone 6
POTN looks stunning on both devices..
I've had no trouble since signing in and I have rebooted both..
Is it an older iPad not playing well with the new iOS perhaps?


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Dec 06, 2014 16:40 |  #96

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I'm running iOS 8.1.1 on iPad and iPhone 6
POTN looks stunning on both devices..
I've had no trouble since signing in and I have rebooted both..
Is it an older iPad not playing well with the new iOS perhaps?

I have only iPad 2 to test with and it has worked great. The original iPad is probably a lousy experience as it does not have the later Safari and iOS updates.

One problem with iOS8 Safari I encountered a while ago that if you come to a site first time unlogged and after you log in, when clicking back link the Safari would sometimes pick that very old unlogged page from the cache, and you appear to be unlogged even if you are logged in. I redid some caching instructions in AMASS which fixed that behavior in my knowledge but that could be the reason. So, if you come back next day on iPad and you seem to be logged out, refresh the page first.


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Dec 06, 2014 16:58 |  #97

You are doing fantastic work Pekka!
... And you have amazing patience ;)


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Dec 06, 2014 20:19 |  #98

Just letting you know that now none of the 'following" threads are showing up for me. I have no notifications of any kind anymore even though when I click on the "New and Followed" there has clearly been new posts to those threads I am following, that I have not seen or read.




  
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Dec 07, 2014 00:47 |  #99

Pekka wrote in post #17316775 (external link)
I have only iPad 2 to test with and it has worked great. ... One problem with iOS8 Safari I encountered a while ago that if you come to a site first time unlogged and after you log in, when clicking back link the Safari would sometimes pick that very old unlogged page from the cache, and you appear to be unlogged even if you are logged in. I redid some caching instructions in AMASS which fixed that behavior in my knowledge but that could be the reason. So, if you come back next day on iPad and you seem to be logged out, refresh the page first.

I' just shut down and rebooted my iPad to test this, and indeed that did log me out from POTN. Refreshing the page doesn't fix it. (Restart of the iPad was at 06:22 UTC 7 Dec if you want to go looking for session timestamps.)

I can confirm it isn't due to Safari crashing because I figured out what sites were crashing it, stopped going there, and didn't have any crashes in that instance of iOS. Nor is it Safari having to reload pages due to low memory as I've had plenty of that with no problems. (It's an iPad3, which has 1GB, and the only iOS device with more is the iPad Air 2, which has 2GB.)

In my Safari settings I have "Block Cookies" set to "Allow from Websites I Visit", which is the default. This means Safari will accept a cookie from a web site I visit or have visited, but not some other hidden domain. It's Apple's way of defeating ad trackers. This is where I'd be looking for a bug: perhaps there's a session login cookie for POTN and the permanent login cookie is for some other domain. Sorry, I don't have details on how exactly Apple define "another domain", e.g. subdomain.




  
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Dec 07, 2014 09:10 as a reply to  @ post 17313555 |  #100

I have the same Error 67 message as you Steve. Must be a quirk of PB code? BTW I am using Firefox 33 IIRC.


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Dec 07, 2014 14:03 as a reply to  @ post 17314499 |  #101

After one day of testing, I seem to be finding some degree of consistency that Editor issues arise while using IE11, but not seeing the same problems while using Chrome. Will continue to test for a week and report back if this pattern persists.


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Dec 07, 2014 14:07 |  #102

Wilt wrote in post #17318622 (external link)
After one day of testing, I seem to be finding some degree of consistency that Editor issues arise while using IE11, but not seeing the same problems while using Chrome. Will continue to test for a week and report back if this pattern persists.

Good to know. We'll look forward to your report next week.



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Dec 07, 2014 15:43 |  #103

2n10 wrote in post #17318094 (external link)
I have the same Error 67 message as you Steve. Must be a quirk of PB code? BTW I am using Firefox 33 IIRC.

I'm using Safari. I posted some Eagle photos yesterday evening that are my first posted since the switch to AMASS and I'm still getting the Error 67 message.


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Dec 07, 2014 21:54 as a reply to  @ Nighthound's post |  #104

OK, if you are posting a link to the body you can not add to your gallery. If you post the link into the fetch box you must remove the "~original" from the url but you can not get the EXIF read and must enter it manually so you can save to your gallery.

This is a bug in my mind but may also be caused by something put in place by Photobucket.


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Dec 08, 2014 03:13 |  #105

2n10 wrote in post #17319500 (external link)
OK, if you are posting a link to the body you can not add to your gallery. If you post the link into the fetch box you must remove the "~original" from the url but you can not get the EXIF read and must enter it manually so you can save to your gallery.

This is a bug in my mind but may also be caused by something put in place by Photobucket.

It's not a bug, photobuket might stripe the exif ?
i use 500px because i know that they don't stripe the exif ;)

here a "funny" example ;)
(the exif are not stripped at all, and AMASS read it very well from 500px, i use the button "try to extract ...etc .." and now it's in my gallery, you can check ;) )

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