Spawn

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Since this week I get some notifications for new created threads even if they're already exist for longer.
So did I. Very puzzling ....
Thanks for the report and provided examples.

This alert occurs when a Moderator (myself included) moves a thread from one sub-forum to another, with notifications on for those watching the destination. By default, it's turned on when the action is performed on the visible forum.
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blackice

Level 27
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Okay I tried to read over the last few pages to see if this issue has come up, so forgive me if I missed it. When I use the search function for thread title's only the search always comes back saying it didn't find anything.

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upnorth

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I tested the same and as I only had a very few titles with my name in it ( going back from when I joined 2015 ), I think this ain't an issue or error.
 

upnorth

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You don't need a screen shot/s. Just simply try with another username. Go for example with " Jack's " and you should get a 2 page result. Also this search have to be done from the mainpage, as otherwise one must switch/change " This thread " to " Everywhere ".
 

blackice

Level 27
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You don't need a screen shot/s. Just simply try with another username. Go for example with " Jack's " and you should get a 2 page result. Also this search have to be done from the mainpage, as otherwise one must switch/change " This thread " to " Everywhere ".
Well it was every search term, even for everywhere. But it seems to be only on my laptop, works fine on my phone. So it must be something on my side. I haven’t had time to test it yet this weekend. But, it’s not the site.
 

amico81

Level 19
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trying to visit malwaretips.com on an android mobile phone with adblock dns (nextdns, adguard, etc.) and the site wont load :unsure:
 

SeriousHoax

Level 29
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Malware Tester
Web Annoyances Ultralist filter is causing issues with the forum.

View attachment 244958

Solution: add following to the user filter

malwaretips.com#@#.is-sticky.uix_stickyBar.p-navSticky--primary.p-navSticky, .uix_stickyBodyElement.uix_sidebarInner:style(position: absolute !important;)
This filter list is not stable in my opinion and blocks a lot more than it should. Fanboy’s Annoyance is a lot better.
 

Marko :)

Level 16
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This filter list is not stable in my opinion and blocks a lot more than it should. Fanboy’s Annoyance is a lot better.
Added it yesterday to uBlock Origin. I want to test it; to see how much it actually blocks. GitHub says "Block annoying web elements such as sticky headers, dickbars, floating headers, scrolling headers, fixed headers, scrolling videos, stickynavs, social icons, social share bars, smartphone app banners, app download prompts, cookie notices, GDPR warnings, scroll to top buttons, modal overlays, interstitial site overlays, removed or hidden overflow scroll bars, subscription nags, and generally distracting elements that have increasingly been turning the web into a user-hostile environment."
 
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