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[F] Guest posting bug [R] [C-Michael83]
#11
:|

Well... don't really know what to say now... Toungue
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#12
lol I wish I could replicate it so we could find a fix for it - but in a way, it's a good thing Toungue
#13
Toungue I don't mind if nobody else can reproduce, but what will bug me is why it happens to me. It isn't really a little thing either is it really, it's a no perms page and they're called in the PHP, are they not??

Anyway, if a few other people can't reproduce, go ahead and mark this as bogus and I'll just live with it.
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#14
I'm hoping someone can reproduce it though so it won't happen to you. Did you try clearing your cache, cookies, etc.? If not, it's worth a try - in my opinion. I don't see how it would show up for you though, and not me and the others. I tried it on both localhost and my personal site and can't reproduce it.
#15
Well, it happened on a browser that I've never used since I first got a localhost forum, so no cookies or password have been saved to it, but even so, I cleared the cookies and cache, same problem. One thing I've just noticed though... the no permissions page says 'You are currently logged in with the username: 'MattR', yet the welcomeblock shows me as a guest. A simple refresh shows me logged in, but no post has gone through. Also if I refresh on the no perms page, I get Authorisation code mismatch. Are you accessing this function correctly? Please go back and try again..
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#16
Hm. Looks like a mix-up between the welcome block and the actual user class. It might just be me, but this definitely sounds like a bug.
#17
Hmm... I did think the user session doesn't get created properly, but then why the no perms page?? Guests have full permissions so not sure why a guest would see a no perms page there at all.

Anyway, if anyone wants me to do any other checks, video anything else, just shout and consider it done.
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#18
One thing I don't get is, if it's showing you're logged in - why is it showing the no permissions page? And if it's showing you as a guest in the welcome box, why is it showing your username? Almost seems to me like it's just echo'ing the username entered - but it could just be my theory's not right.
#19
Still nobody able to reproduce??

The video was taken on my localhost which uses Apache 2.2.8, PHP 5.2.6 and MySQL 5.0.51b if any of that makes a difference.
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#20
WampServer?
(12-19-2008, 07:35 PM)MattR Wrote: The video was taken on my localhost which uses Apache 2.2.8, PHP 5.2.6 and MySQL 5.0.51b if any of that makes a difference.
If so, it shouldn't considering I'm using it as well.:p


(12-19-2008, 07:35 PM)MattR Wrote: Still nobody able to reproduce??
NopeSad Not me, anyways.Sad


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