Topic not appearing in the Category that it claims to be in...
Not sure if mental. Or bug. But, one of the members on my forum made a post with a rather long title. And, it appears in Recent, Unread, all the usual places, except in the category that it claims to be in...
This is the topic.
This is the category it's supposed to be in. It was posted 25 minutes ago, so should be at the top. I don't see it.
baris last edited by baris
What is the git revision?
You seem to have the same problem in other categories as well, ie first topic missing check this category http://35hz.co.uk/category/30/hip-hop-rap and recent. The topic "Check my video out." is missing.
This was fixed in one of the latest commits.
@baris git rev-parse HEAD ==
I can update to a later commit if the New Topic buttons etc work.
Yeah that is fixed on latest as well since https://github.com/NodeBB/NodeBB/commit/b511bc37fb6863f63762748a41721000d31b08e6
@baris That did indeed fix it. Thanks. Few new bugs that have cropped back in, probably regressions. Breadcrumbs now show Home / / Category for parent categories. And container doesn't change from fluid to fixed. (The icon in the bottom right is gone etc) But I can live with that for now.
For the parent breadcrumb missing, can you remove the parent and set it again for the child category? That should fix that up.
Not sure why the fluid toggle is gone I will take a look at that.
@baris Hey buddy, removed child cat then set it again, didn't change unfortunately. Will try on my Koding server just to make sure it's not just mine.
Can also try going into the category that this happens ie the parent and set a temp parent to it and remove it afterwards. Let me know if that fixes it.
@baris That one did it. Just the container and my lights out button now. Thanks buddy.
I don't see the fluid width toggle in your html at all.
<div class="overlay-container" style="position: fixed; bottom: 20px; right: 20px; display: none;"><div class="panel resizer pointer"><div class="panel-body"><i class="fa fa-arrows-h fa-2x"></i></div></div></div>
This should be at the bottom of the page above the taskbar in the html.
@baris Yeah it's really confusing, it's only happened on the last couple of commits, definitely before
d485b65b6too. But, I've no idea what could be causing it. I've gone through and disabled widgets etc. But, just seems to not load.
You have an error on your homepage
Uncaught ReferenceError: h is not defined lazyYT.js:61(anonymous function)
@baris Interesting, will disable the youtube plugin, see if that solves it.
EDIT: Yep, youtube plugin caused it. Will need to work out why that's no longer working then. Well spotted.
2nd EDIT: There was a random
hat the end of the plugin. Embarrassing.