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    Originally Posted by JRichards54
    I am 84, had double bypass surgery, and am on Oxygen 24/7. My TV and my PC (I have built 7 of them one component at a time.)I have studied programming since 1992, C, then C++, then VB 6, and now VB DOT.NET and database programming. I have been the assistant instructor at Smart Planet on two classes on Microsoft Access. Now I want to learn the SQL Server but am having a difficult time even getting it to work. Nobody wants to help me with the SQL SERVER 2005 so I purchased the SQL SERVER 2012 but it has not arrived yet. My last request for help was how do I safetly install SQL SERVER 2012 when I already have SQL SERVER 2005 installed on my machine. Running Windows 7 Home Premium, 4 GB Memory, and over 600 GB hard drive space. Thanks for listening to my rambling.
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    Rambling, ramble on ... and on, and on ...

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    Here's another feature request. Allow thread starters affected by the Restricted User Policy to use the red triangle icon to put in a request for their thread to be moved.
    Last edited by Kravvitz; January 27th, 2013 at 05:19 PM.
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    I didn't think people could even report their own posts.
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    I think you're right. In that case, I'm suggesting we allow it for that specific purpose.
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    Currently the forum is vulnerable to CSRF attacks through the image bbcode

    I would post an example that would make any logged in member seeing this message post "Hi!" in the shout box without them knowing but I don't want to be banned so I won't
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    Guys, please fix the spell check.

    Its been broken for a while.
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    What browser are you using that doesn't have built-in spell-check?

    If you're using IE, check these out:
    http://www.howtogeek.com/76223/add-s...et-explorer-9/
    http://tweaks.com/windows/48223/spel...et-explorer-9/
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    Originally Posted by Kravvitz
    What browser are you using that doesn't have built-in spell-check?

    If you're using IE, check these out:
    http://www.howtogeek.com/76223/add-s...et-explorer-9/
    http://tweaks.com/windows/48223/spel...et-explorer-9/
    I use fire fox. Started to do this few months ago.
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    Perhaps you accidentally turned it off. Make sure that it's turned on.

    http://www.liamdelahunty.com/tips/fi...ling_check.php
    http://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/...-spell-checker
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    Originally Posted by Kravvitz
    Perhaps you accidentally turned it off. Make sure that it's turned on.

    http://www.liamdelahunty.com/tips/fi...ling_check.php
    http://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/...-spell-checker
    Hey do you know which one I mean?
    The Spell Check button down here, the one that pops up a window.

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    Yes, I know you mean the one that's part of this forum system (and yes, perhaps I should have made it clear that I did understand what you were really asking). The reality is that it is a very low priority. A major upgrade is on the way (and should have landed already ) and I wouldn't be surprised if that feature is left out, since most browsers have a built-in spell checker.

    Hmm... you're a Mac user... Interesting.
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    Firefox has built in spell checking. Is that not working for you either?
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    Sorry to hijack the thread slightly; but...
    Originally Posted by jack13580
    Currently the forum is vulnerable to CSRF attacks through the image bbcode

    I would post an example that would make any logged in member seeing this message post "Hi!" in the shout box without them knowing but I don't want to be banned so I won't
    Thank you for bringing this to our attention. We take matters of security quite seriously. If you would, please send the example code to any of the online moderators via Private Message; and we will forward it to the admins who wil attempt to resolve the issue quickly. On behalf of the moderation team, we appreciate your discretion in this matter.


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