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Re: HELP! Please help test a new version of Forumosa

Postby goose egg » 29 Jul 2016, 15:32

Thank you, hansioux

I have given a list of BBCodes to our Discourse guy amd he should change the codea to comprable or or plain text
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Re: HELP! Please help test a new version of Forumosa

Postby hsinhai78 » 29 Jul 2016, 23:32

Is there any particular reason that the new Forumosa will be governed by the laws of California? Why not Taiwan? (rf. ToS of the new page)
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Re: HELP! Please help test a new version of Forumosa

Postby Charlie Phillips » 29 Jul 2016, 23:35

tom1807 wrote:
goose egg wrote:Try logging into the test site now and let us know if you were successfull

Nope, not succesful at all, I am posting here (old site) and not the new site.
I used the same password what i used here, no, no chance


Right now it's a 10 letter minimum. I chose to reset password and only had to add one character to my existing pw.
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Re: HELP! Please help test a new version of Forumosa

Postby Tempo Gain » 29 Jul 2016, 23:47

hsinhai78 wrote:Is there any particular reason that the new Forumosa will be governed by the laws of California? Why not Taiwan? (rf. ToS of the new page)


Thanks for pointing this out. That's just boilerplate language from the software package, we'll be looking at and modifying it--among a bunch of other stuff--once the new site is fully up. It'll take a little time and trial and error to get everything fully tweaked.
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