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2020-02-24 13:13:32 CT #1
Mike Allen
From: United Kingdom
Registered: 2006-02-08
Posts: 131

Surprised to see a number of names I recognised, in the email sent by Deron.

Mike Allen

2020-02-24 13:31:53 CT #2
P. Marquard
From: Denmark
Registered: 2006-10-29
Posts: 79

You know, old soldiers do not die - they just fade away...

Greetings,

Philip Marquard

2020-02-24 15:17:16 CT #3
Peter Vernon
From: United States
Registered: 2006-04-21
Posts: 1

Good afternoon from Utah. Very Happy

2020-02-24 18:16:40 CT #4
Neil Pearson
From: United Kingdom
Registered: 2006-04-02
Posts: 65

Hi guys, testing, testing

Nice to hear from you other PageStream users, even some (one) other(s) it seems in the UK/GB.

Also very nice of Deron to go to all the trouble of making these archives available, and offer this new forum for PageStream for us all. Thanks!

Seeing as he has done so, it seems we may be in with a chance of seeing a brighter future/development (starting to hold breath now ... but ... breathing freely again now, haha!) for PageStream, for one or more of the platforms it has been historically developed for, which I'd really like to see stabilised/improved for the intended Amiga/MorphOS/OS4 versions, and probably for Linux, Mac OSX and Windows version as well - otherwise why go to the trouble of making this stuff available again?

Neil Pearson

2020-02-24 18:37:19 CT #5
Neil Pearson
From: United Kingdom
Registered: 2006-04-02
Posts: 65

Hi guys, testing, testing

Nice to hear from you other PageStream users, even some (one) other(s) it seems in the UK/GB.

Also very nice of Deron to go to all the trouble of making these archives available, and offer this new forum for PageStream for us all. Thanks!

Seeing as he has done so, it seems we may be in with a chance of seeing a brighter future/development (starting to hold breath now ... but ... breathing freely again now, haha!) for PageStream, for one or more of the platforms it has been historically developed for, which I'd really like to see stabilised/improved for the intended Amiga/MorphOS/OS4 versions, and probably for Linux, Mac OSX and Windows version as well - otherwise why go to the trouble of making this stuff available again?

Neil Pearson

2020-02-24 19:15:40 CT #6
Neil Pearson
From: United Kingdom
Registered: 2006-04-02
Posts: 65

The survey page is still not working correctly - details are submitted with the 'Submit' button being clicked on, but no reCaptcha is generated, so the page contents are 'dumped' and whatever the contributor was going to say was of no benefit to this site (AFAIK) - the reCaptcha response is also an issue with OWB v1.25 (MorphOS) that often cannot be correctly generated/circumnavigated/replied to/clicked on even by 'spoofing' as an alternative browser. Ideally the reCaptcha should be removed as only a genuine registered user can post such a Survey response - so why does it need a reCaptcha input/check in the first place?

2020-02-25 13:34:56 CT #7
Deron Kazmaier
From: United States
Registered: 2006-01-29
Posts: 4596

Hmm. Didn't even remember we had a survey page, I set pagestream.net up
6 years ago with the intent of moving the groups here some day. Just
glad some day arrived... The reCaptcha has been dead for years. I
remember they changed their api a long time ago. I'll take a look at it,
but was not my concern at the moment. I would like to do some kind of
inline polls here at some point. Would be nice to know what people are
thinking and have some way to tally/track it.

The survey here was just a place holder, but it can be accessed by
someone who is not signed in. I'll just change that to require a signed
in user and drop the recaptcha.

Deron

On 2/24/20 8:05 PM, PageStream Forums wrote:
>
> The survey page is still not working correctly - details are submitted
> with the 'Submit' button being clicked on, but no reCaptcha is
> generated, so the page contents are 'dumped' and whatever the
> contributor was going to say was of no benefit to this site (AFAIK) -
> the reCaptcha response is also an issue with OWB v1.25 (MorphOS) that
> often cannot be correctly generated/circumnavigated/replied to/clicked
> on even by 'spoofing' as an alternative browser. Ideally the reCaptcha
> should be removed as only a genuine registered user can post such a
> Survey response - so why does it need a reCaptcha input/check in the
> first place?
>

2020-02-25 13:58:51 CT #8
Deron Kazmaier
From: United States
Registered: 2006-01-29
Posts: 4596
Very odd. It took my last email and turned it into plain text. Going to try this again and put some bold in or something and see if it keeps the html. Then I'll try with a picture or something.

Deron

On 2/24/20 8:05 PM, PageStream Forums wrote:

The survey page is still not working correctly - details are submitted with the 'Submit' button being clicked on, but no reCaptcha is generated, so the page contents are 'dumped' and whatever the contributor was going to say was of no benefit to this site (AFAIK) - the reCaptcha response is also an issue with OWB v1.25 (MorphOS) that often cannot be correctly generated/circumnavigated/replied to/clicked on even by 'spoofing' as an alternative browser. Ideally the reCaptcha should be removed as only a genuine registered user can post such a Survey response - so why does it need a reCaptcha input/check in the first place?




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