How can I see active older threads? I have posted a question some days back in C++/ MFC discussion board and I have updated my question again with new reply. Is there any chance that viewers can see newly posted messages in thread easily?.
I think there should be active older threads option in Date filter.
I've not been receiving my newsletter and daily news emails this week. When I check my logs it appears that they're being rejected on an SPF failure. Digging deeper it appears that the SPF record for codeproject.com has changed to using IP addresses, but the first SPF record I hit is on maillist.codeproject.com. The maillist domain's SPF record uses hostnames. The hostnames and ips in the two records match, but although the ips reverse-resolve, the names don't resolve.
Send me a PM with yor contact info and we can sort it out. Most likely its some sort of spam filter or DNS resolution issue. Quick things to try would be to clear you mailservers DNS cache. We had made a few changes to our mailing DNS setup, and some mailservers hold longer caches then what they should to try and keep DNS lookups down. If you have any copies of log files of the failures that would be great, or if we can setupa time where I can shuffle out some test messages to you that would also help to figure out whats going on.
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When logging in, every message in every forum is displayed as new to me, no matter how old they are, and all the forums in the list on the left are highlighted bold. After a while it seems to be fine and behave like it should, i.e. only new messages are highlighted, but when signing out and logging in again, it's the same story again.
"I love deadlines. I like the whooshing sound they make as they fly by." (DNA)
When expanding a post in the forums and then hovering about the subject the blue highlight is expanded to the left border, I don't think it used to be this way.
This just doesn't feel right nor looks good (in my opinion ) and for some weird reason it's bugging me a lot
He has a Neural Network, and has given me all of the training information he is using, and there is a lot of it. Open it and you'll see what I mean.
Someone (the OP?) has removed the data, so don't worry about this.
I was scanning the site tonight, as I do every night, when it occurred to me that most of what you get here is complaints about the service. That's gotta get old, especially when one considers what things used to be like around the old server farm when you were running on surplus Amigas with their parallel ports wired together using jumper cables.
I just wanted to tell you "Thank You" for the tremendous performance of the site, the general lack of unsightly warts, and the excellent and timely response of the support team in addressing issues. I've done my share of bitching, but having been here since the beginning I can speak with authority - there is no better site on the Internet for geek bonding and technical assistance. You did that - with the help of David and Uwe and a host of others I've never met, no doubt - but you have always been the one to stand in front of the slings and arrows of the Great Unwashed and get the job done, whatever it took to do so.
I appreciate all that you've done for us... There are three sites I visit every day I can reach a computer (the 9 days in the hospital two years ago don't count - I couldn't gnaw through the straps and get downstairs to the lobby with all the morphine they pumped me up with - CodeProject, my horoscope, and CNN (God help me...). In that order... Sometimes I don't have time for CNN.
Thank you, again, Chris. And if I forget to mention it again, remind me in another ten years...
"A Journey of a Thousand Rest Stops Begins with a Single Movement"
Thank you Roger - that means a hell of a lot. I think the very fact that the bug reports, comments and suggestions are detailed, timely and constructive shows how much you guys care. Living up to the expectations of 7 million of the top developers on the net can be humbling.
I couldn't think of anything I'd rather be doing.
(and I'm to send the cheque to the usual address? Unmarked envelope?)