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 Forum:   News   Posted: Sun Jun 20, 2021 5:11 pm   Subject: Windows 11 is coming!
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Just about 7 years ago, the world was introduced to a new OS called Windows 10. Though Microsoft hasn't confirmed the name change yet, it has strongly hinted at Windows 11 being the new name after releasing an 11-minute-long video of the Startup sounds, along with them specifically setting up a press event that is set to be on June 24th, at 11 a.m. starting time. It doesn't also help, earlier last week, there was a big leak that gives people, (thought not really legal), access to an iso that will install Windows 11 onto your computer. As far as I can see, so far, it only looks like it can be installed into a VM, (Virtual Machine).

Here is a link to the 11 min long video of the start-up Slo-fi Remix sound:
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Just know, it does get really annoying, I only lasted about 11 seconds before I skipped to the end and turned it off.

Here are a couple of videos from LTT about Windows 11 and a Tech X Help video:

Only talks about it up to 1m 27sec






Overall, my impressions of the look of it. It's Windows 10. Done.
Just kidding. Well, sort of. It looks a lot like Windows 10 but with some tweaks. I don't like the centered menu bar, but, I am glad to see they do give the ability to put it on the left and get the old, (current), start menu. Overall, I can't really say anything about it because it's really not out there available to use in full. So, like everyone else, will just have to wait, I just have to say, I guess they were wrong, Windows 10 won't be the last.

 Topic: Block issue
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 Forum:   Nuke Blocks / Modules Support   Posted: Wed Jun 16, 2021 2:36 pm   Subject: Re: Block issue
— Bulldog1 wrote
I do have my scrolling images on my website by using a block via
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It just will not let me add the different link that mediafire supplies.
I have tried an image using the image Repository and the image does show up, so i shall upload more to that. I just need to find the correct code to allow the scrolling part as the one Lonestar set up for me does not work.
I will sort it by trial and error with the code.


Not sure what you mean, it won't supply you with a different link. If you upload an image via FTP, it shouldn't give you a link, but, knowing the folder path along with the name of the image.

(You may already know this, so this may be just for others that may come to this post.)

For example, If I open up my ftp to my site here, and I create a folder in the root of my site and call the folder, just say, my_images, then the URL to that folder would be YourSite.com/my_images/. So, lets say I upload an image called, my_dog.jpg, then the full patch would be, YourSite.com/my_images/my_dog.jpg.

Now, if you're posting in the forums, you have to use the absolute path, but in blocks/modules/ ect..., you can get away with using relative paths. Here is more of an example of that I mean about relative paths:

  /   = Root directory
  ./  = Current directory
  ../ = Parent of current directory
  ../../ = Two directories backwards

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Absolute paths
http://website.com/my_img/images.png
This is usually used if the image is not hosted on your site, but also, used in the forums.

//website.com/my_img/images.png
image loaded using http or https protocols

Relative paths
(Only used when the image is hosted on the same server as the site.)
images.png
./images.png
image in the same place as the document calling the image. You can technically use either one of those two. Most of the time, I see used ./images.png for easier readability.

/my_img/images.png
Similar to absolute path, just omitting the protocol and domain name.
It grabs the image starting from my root folder /, then into my_img/ folder.

my_img/images.png
this time my_img folder is in the same place as the document, so this is saying to go into my_img folder for the image

../my_img/images.png
From where the document is, go one folder back ../ and go into my_img folder.

../../images.png
go two folders back, there's my image!

../../my_img/images.png
go two folders back ../../ and then go into the folder my_img to find the image.png.

I know this can be a bit confusing at first, but it makes more sense to see it in use case. I will do a video tutorial on this probably tonight for better understanding for those that are confused. Overall, knowing these different types of paths can save you from a lot of wasted file paths that aren't needed.

 Topic: Twitch ID
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 Forum:   Nuke Blocks / Modules Support   Posted: Wed Jun 16, 2021 12:48 pm   Subject: Re: Twitch ID
Okay, I put Lonestars block live on my site with a bunch of streamers I follow/played with back in the day. It's not released yet and there are more changes coming. Granted, I have done some modifications to the one on my site, but overall, you will be able to make it like I have it on my site, but there will be a bunch of configurations in the admin side that will give you a lot of control.

 Topic: Block issue
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 Forum:   Nuke Blocks / Modules Support   Posted: Wed Jun 16, 2021 12:45 pm   Subject: Re: Block issue
— Bulldog1 wrote
Thanks coRpSE. Is there any recommendations where to go to get a link for images that will show on site if not Mediafire?


Is locally hosting the files an option? What I mean is either uploading them to a folder you create on your site and using FTP, upload to that, or use something like Lonestars Image Repository module, seen
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, that way, the images would be on your site and won’t slow your site down.

Or, is using a 3rd party to host the images a must?  I know some host people have, came with game servers and what not, and they only give you a very limited amount of space to work with.

coRpSE

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 Forum:   News   Posted: Wed Jun 16, 2021 11:00 am   Subject: Re: Stealing Credit : The plague of coding
I remember. When I was still with Clan Themes, I remember Killigan, (I think it was), annoyed and set a private spot for Bayler. I personally never got involved with anything except with what was going on ClanThemes, since that is where I did all my support. But that is where I met Bayler, and he got me to use Evo. At the time I met him, I had just switched my site from PhpNuke to RavenNuke after my site got hack through vWar module. My biggest grip with RavenNuke was how slow it was to move blocks and what not around. They refused to upgrade their site to use Ajax/jQuery and felt, by doing that, would just ruin the integrity of the CMS.

Overall, I do agree with a lot of what he says on the fact to only real way to protect the source is to encrypt, but, there's a problem with that. You do that, it is no longer OS, now is it. Without almost a full rewrite of the whole system, or without direct permissions from the original authors, I believe that would be breaking the laws, even though I doubt those original authors involved would do anything or really care. But, I am not one to also run around my town jaywalking everywhere for eventually, you may just find one pissed off cop having a bad day, (Yes, I have found that cop before.).

Ah, so many stories, not enough time to post them. Also, I don't think someone would really want to read a book on it. I do have some real doozies of "Stupid Shit, people have done", when installing something, like a module, block, mod, the CMS, or a theme. Just a ton of head scratchers trying to figure out if they followed the instructions, how did they get where they are now. There were a few I became friends with where I banned them from doing any more mods to their site and if they wanted anything, just ask me and I would do it. Yes, they were that bad.

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 Forum:   News   Posted: Tue Jun 15, 2021 5:27 pm   Subject: Re: Stealing Credit : The plague of coding
— dirtdog wrote
What I find amusing about that dude is how he was (when I first ran into that site over there, not sure if he changed it since) appearing to owning/rights to nukescripts/nukesentinel which Bob Marion turned over to Raven in what 2011?


I do remember them doing this. I really don't know what's with them.
Really, they should just look at the facts and just undo what they did and just take the loss, it sometimes hurts, but when you're in the wrong, no point in making it worse by digging the hole deeper. Screaming louder and stomping feet don't change the facts.

 Topic: Some Highlights
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 Forum:   CRSED: F.O.A.D   Posted: Tue Jun 15, 2021 2:19 pm   Subject: Some Highlights
For those of you that don't know this game, it was originally started as a joke, but now, its fun...
Here are a few highlights and if you have your own highlights of this game, post them in this thread.






 Topic: Twitch ID
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 Forum:   Nuke Blocks / Modules Support   Posted: Tue Jun 15, 2021 1:38 pm   Subject: Re: Twitch ID
The one on my site is mine, the new one will be on my site soon, and then within a day or so, it will be made public.

 Topic: Block issue
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 Forum:   Nuke Blocks / Modules Support   Posted: Tue Jun 15, 2021 12:46 pm   Subject: Re: Block issue
I never really MediaFire to host images, especially if I am using them on my site for hosting anything on 3rd party sites for things like images, will slow your page loads, and if any reason that connection between you and that host is lost, then, it will slow down your site load even more. MediaFire is more designed for you to upload larger files and share them to others, especially for those that don't have their own host. It's like a Dropbox or Google Drive, (except those two are cloud based).

I think they are doing what they are doing to stop people from hotlinking the images. Basically, in a sense, they are trying to stop people from embedding the images onto your site and forcing you just to link to the image on their site, so they get the traffic that wants to see that image.

 Topic: Twitch ID
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 Forum:   Nuke Blocks / Modules Support   Posted: Tue Jun 15, 2021 12:29 pm   Subject: Re: Twitch ID
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Just a heads-up, Lonestar actually has a better twitch block coming out soon, where I will stop supporting mine since it is not responsive like his is.

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