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narf

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Refresh the page, try editing title again. Not sure if there is an option marked "edit thread" next to the watch button? I've enabled a few extra permissions for thread owners in that section.
Nope:

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narf

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Perc

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Has anyone else noticed weird behavior when making forum posts on iPhone? The "editor" or whatever it's called (the box I'm typing this in right now) doesn't quite work like you expect. It messes with auto capitalization and autocorrect, especially when you're trying to edit in the middle of a sentence or something.
 

argatoga

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Has anyone else noticed weird behavior when making forum posts on iPhone? The "editor" or whatever it's called (the box I'm typing this in right now) doesn't quite work like you expect. It messes with auto capitalization and autocorrect, especially when you're trying to edit in the middle of a sentence or something.

That sounds like a Safari problem I ran into when making a web app a couple years ago. Did this happen after you updated iOS? Apple isn't the best when it comes to regression testing.
 

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That sounds like a Safari problem I ran into when making a web app a couple years ago. Did this happen after you updated iOS? Apple isn't the best when it comes to regression testing.

It‘s been like this for as long as i can remember, and it seems to be on mobile only. I‘m typing this on iPadOS safari and it’s fine.
 

Matt2000

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For some reason the photos I have linked to my webspace (including signature) don't load any more when embedded, I checked in incognito mode and they can be accessed. Has a change been made regarding embedded external images?
 

Eye-Q

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I'd guess that would have something to do with your browser settings. The forums are HTTPS only while your embedded pictures are linked via HTTP. Some browsers don't load unencrypted content when the main site is encrypted.
 

thomas

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I'd guess that would have something to do with your browser settings. The forums are HTTPS only while your embedded pictures are linked via HTTP. Some browsers don't load unencrypted content when the main site is encrypted.
That could be the case, I wanna say Chrome even recently updated something to no longer service http-non-s, but I can't find anything on the topic right away..

Anyway, your signature picture, non-https, is showing for me?!
 

Quiky

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Interesting, other non-https pictures work OK. I'll investigate, thanks both.
Chrome is force-loading HTTPS on sites, and it appears the SSL certificate used by your host is both expired and invalid name.
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Matt2000

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Chrome is force-loading HTTPS on sites, and it appears the SSL certificate used by your host is both expired and invalid name.
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Ah, that would certainly explain it. 123Reg are a big host so I don't know how that could fuck this up. Cheers.

Edit: Trying a link through their secure address just to see what happens. That certificate is valid.
 
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