@JonB said in Small business license vs open source version:
@sierdzio said in Small business license vs open source version:
It's either very hard or impossible on iOS.
Purely because I am interested, could you clarify in one word to a non-iOS developer why this is?
iOS apps are statically linked and use an awful amount of extra plists, configs and stuff. Deploying an iOS app is hard even if you do have all the source code. So without it, it will be worse ;-)
I'm not an iOS dev either, though, I may be wrong about it.
I agree with your sentiments. I will say no more than I too have been the target of that member's abuse, and was not at all happy about it, so do not feel you are alone/have been singled out. The situation however is better now than it was a few months ago, at least with regard to the language if not the content of those posts, due to actions taken by Administrators of this forum. I have seen your posts and they are always of excellent quality, so do not feel unwelcome/intimidated :)
It looks like the situation has changed, so I may speak freely-ish. I just wanted to say I am heartened to hear that the same has been going on in SO! Similar has also been going on in the PyQt5-mailing-list group too :)
Keep safe & well.
Sounds good to the sticky, thanks. As I said, it was not the link you gave which was an issue (that worked), it was remembering that is the way to change password in the first place which is problematic :)
@JonB said in Showing literal backticks in posts here:
And where is this documented...? :)
Dunno, it was just a guess :-)
It seems to be part of Markdown: https://sourceforge.net/p/tilde/wiki/markdown_syntax/#md_ex_code but most guides for MD do not mention it. Some claim it's for preformatted text and not for code.
Thanks, great answers, I'll try to remember the two ways for block- or in-line.
There seems to be another way (since NodeBB supports Markdown syntax): Use TWO backticks if you want to use backticks inside of a block.
like `this`, see?
It's described in https://www.markdownguide.org/basic-syntax/#code
@Psnarf said in doc.qt.io Browser Cookies:
Browser not blocking cookies from qt.io, or doc.qt.io. Privacy Badger does label google-analytics as a tracking site, however. I'm sure you have your reasons for going over to the dark side. Google follows you everywhere, looking over your shoulder, recording everything you do. They have to pay me a lot of money before I give them information they then sell to target-marketing companies. I've been using the net since the early 90's, when google was a graduate student research project. Stealing information for sale to advertisers just to get rich is not a smart business model, yet nobody cares, even when google search manipulates the search results according to their personal agenda. But I digress.
As the old saying says: "you are barking at the wrong tree". We have nothing to do with that as we are just volunteers who are answering questions here. If you would like to have your opinions heard with regard to tracking on the documentation, you should contact the Qt Company.
@AndyS said in User profile zeroed:
@jpnurmi-0 we can change the email address attached to your original account if you prefer to the one you are using now, I don't believe there is any restriction there, would you prefer that? I can do the clean up around that then.
Yes please, I don't have access to the old e-mail anymore. :)
@JonB said in Losing edits in my posts:
This is not great :( So.... is there anything which can actually be done to get back to the forum where it used to work without any of these problems? It's all very well saying the upgrade was needed for "security", but months later we still have a dysfunctional forum in its place....
We already know what to try next, but this requires help from IT to get it right, I am waiting for input from them about it before I can try that. But it is not possible to downgrade and even then it might not help, the problem is mainly down to how we have set up our load balancing, it triggers the cache issue with NodeBB so we are trying to find the right settings that get it working without breaking the forum entirely. I have been able to confirm that it is the cause of the problem, but only the production one has the best way of showcasing the actual load so we have to be careful with making changes.
All said in the politest way, I know you are doing your best.... !
Thanks, I wish it hadn't gotten into this situation, but hopefully we will have this sorted out ASAP