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davidg 15 Aug 2013 18:41

0.6 version have a bug

https://www.vbulletin.org/forum/

smirkley 15 Aug 2013 23:57

I thought I would install this and test this out.

How do I turn off the X in the popup?

AURFSCAN 16 Aug 2013 01:35

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Originally Posted by davidg (Post 2439053)
0.6 version have a bug

https://www.vbulletin.org/forum/


confirmed

for a quick fix until new product xml is edited and uploaded by author, edit the Tor_alert template, right at the bottom - remove ');}

its just before the closing script tag

@InsaneMan, you dont need {} there :)

Max Taxable 16 Aug 2013 02:11

This is REALLY needed for 3.8.X... Still ALOT of those board owners around.

TheInsaneManiac 16 Aug 2013 02:18

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Excellent. Liked.

So ip-port.exitlist.torproject.org is the "external content" listed above?



I havent yet (that I am aware of) had a problem member using tor, but I see this as a good defensive measure worthy of consideration.

That is correct. You can give it a try by downloading the Tor browser from their website.

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Originally Posted by smirkley (Post 2439091)
I thought I would install this and test this out.

How do I turn off the X in the popup?

This will be in the next version (0.7.0), I will make sure of it.


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Originally Posted by Max Taxable (Post 2439103)
This is REALLY needed for 3.8.X... Still ALOT of those board owners around.

Acknowledged, I have been working on one since Ramsesx requested it. As I previously stated though, it may not be supported. I will be developing it on my employees 3.8 since I no longer have 3.8 and I won't always have access to it.


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Originally Posted by AURFSCAN (Post 2439100)
confirmed

for a quick fix until new product xml is edited and uploaded by author, edit the Tor_alert template, right at the bottom - remove ');}

its just before the closing script tag

@InsaneMan, you dont need {} there :)

Thank you both for pointing that out, however by removing those lines it would break the cookie detection as that is part of the if conditional. Do one of you have a demo of this issue that I could view, or can one of you cntl + u and share the source code so I could look for errors or possibly a modification conflict?

Maybe you could give this a go as well, I am wondering if the vboptions are giving it trouble.

AURFSCAN 16 Aug 2013 03:42

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above xml no go

AURFSCAN 16 Aug 2013 03:51

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smirkley 16 Aug 2013 05:34

I have successfully installed the detector mod, and tested with the latest TOR browser.

A couple of points,...

I like and prefer the red pop-up in v0.6. it isnt all in the way, but I would like it to always be on every page view. IE-giving the admin the ability to eliminate the X. (already discussed earlier so no biggie)

I noticed that the detector doesnt work on cms pages. Not a problem for me as I dont allow members to create articles, but I think the pop-up should show up there anyway.

I dont know why anyone would use the TOR system, it like slows down my browsing significantly. Maybe I am just not covert and devious enough to need it I guess.


I like it so far. Thanks!

TheInsaneManiac 16 Aug 2013 07:13

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That is strange, in the standard of coding in javascript you always needed the brackets, it was like <vb:if> and </vb:if>



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Originally Posted by smirkley (Post 2439119)
I have successfully installed the detector mod, and tested with the latest TOR browser.

A couple of points,...

I like and prefer the red pop-up in v0.6. it isnt all in the way, but I would like it to always be on every page view. IE-giving the admin the ability to eliminate the X. (already discussed earlier so no biggie)

I noticed that the detector doesnt work on cms pages. Not a problem for me as I dont allow members to create articles, but I think the pop-up should show up there anyway.

I dont know why anyone would use the TOR system, it like slows down my browsing significantly. Maybe I am just not covert and devious enough to need it I guess.


I like it so far. Thanks!

That will be in the next version to eliminate a few other bugs I found. Should be up shortly.

What do you mean it doesn't work on CMS pages? It's hooked into the headers, which if I recall should be used in CMS as well. Is your style different on the CMS than the forum?

Tor runs fine with me, however I am on 50mbps optic internet so that may be why. Even some users are on a 54k internet connection, they just prefer anonymity over being public. Then you get those that are on a set vendetta to make your life a living hell, rather it be spamming your forum with useless junk, or harassing/flaming your board, getting banned, and using a new ip to do it again, regardless it is why I created it. I will actually be investing a little more time into this modification as I noticed since I started blocking Tor users that this one thorn in my side decided to use a web based proxy, which I plan to detect and stop those as well. Eventually if you make things really difficult for them, they give up haha.

AURFSCAN 16 Aug 2013 07:53

InsaneMan, ignore my last code as I didnt check with both page and popup, works with one not both.

this code works for both


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TheInsaneManiac 16 Aug 2013 10:01

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InsaneMan, ignore my last code as I didnt check with both page and popup, works with one not both.

this code works for both


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Hmm actually upon further investigation into the issue </vb:if> was the issue the whole time haha. I included it in the alert message which closed out the conditional before </script> could be finished. Anyway will patch this with the new version. After updating to the new version you will need to revert your tor_alert template and if using vbOptimise you will need to flush cache.

Edit: 0.6.5 released to include the persistent option and some other minor fixes.

rhody401 16 Aug 2013 11:52

0.6.5 download link says it is an invalid attachment.

TheInsaneManiac 16 Aug 2013 12:23

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Originally Posted by rhody401 (Post 2439163)
0.6.5 download link says it is an invalid attachment.

Works for me? Try pressing f5 and download it again.

smirkley 16 Aug 2013 13:45

I just notice that the cms pages, most noticably, my home page, the pop-up didnt show up. I did browse around during tests and it works on all pages, but upon returning to my home page, the popup didnt enable.

I have had several instances where the cms didnt conform to vb css especially in non-oem template changes, and other attributes, but I dont know why the difference, except sometimes when using certain mods or header template changes like my custom login box in header, that cms css had to be changed also as it wouldnt follow vb forum vb css attributes. So maybe the mod is working, but the forum or additional css attributes arent applied directly to cms header changes.

Oh yes, and I use one style for all my pages.

edit to add, I am on a 50mb fibre connection too, although my remote measured thoroughput is more around 36mb. No biggie, I understand the latency involved by going thru tor.

AURFSCAN 17 Aug 2013 00:35

Works great (0.6.5)

cheers


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