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This project was created on 01/20/2014 and last updated 2 months ago.

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Todd Medema wrote 7 days ago point

How do I delete an account? I accidentally created a second account by clicking log in via twitter, when my original account was made via email (@toddmedema and toddmedema@gmail.com for reference).

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Jasmine wrote 4 days ago point

Hello Todd, when you're logged in to the account you want to delete, go to http://hackaday.io/settings, click on 'Delete my account'.  

You can PM me if you run into any problems. Thanks!

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Jarrett wrote 7 days ago point

Just a reminder, rogue emails still seem to be happening.

Got an email for this comment: http://hackaday.io/page/834-hackinggggg/discussion-20442

All emails are set to off in my profile.

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Jasmine wrote 7 days ago point

Hello Jarrett, I've logged this, so we'll track down the leak. 

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Alex Rich wrote 10 days ago 1 point

There is some heavy javascript going on that is slowing down every keypress in the hackaday.io text boxes.   I mainly notice the problem when I hold backspace down to delete a few wors.  Lag is pretty bad, when I lift backspace it keeps deleting text for several seconds (or more depending on how long I held the key down).

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Aleksandar Bradic wrote 10 days ago point

Hey Alex. Thanks for reporting! We'll look into it. Can you tell me what browser/os you're using?

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Alex Rich wrote 10 days ago point

chrome /windows 7 - also happens on my phone android moto x

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esot.eric.wazhung wrote 11 days ago 1 point

This one's been bugging me for a while... And I know it's allegedly not exactly easy, due to the differences between HaD and HaD.io...

But, please add it to the list of things, when that changeover occurs...

It would be REALLY NICE to be able to Follow a HaD article, without having to add a response. Heck, maybe it'd just be a simple "follow" button that links you to the usual Word-Press follow-page...? Doesn't even have to link to my .io account, just to get emails would be nice...

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Aleksandar Bradic wrote 10 days ago 1 point

Love the idea. There are some challenges with that (mostly due to the fact that Hackaday.com is on Wordpress) but will add it to the list and we'll figure it out. Thanks!

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frankstripod wrote 11 days ago point

I'm getting a lot of
extra line breaks (aka enters/ carriage returns /paragraph ends) when
I paste text into Logs, Details, Comments, or a Reply box. Is it just
me? Fire Fox 36.0.1 and Windows 7. This text is a great example
because it was pasted as one continuous line.

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esot.eric.wazhung wrote 11 days ago 1 point

weird line-breaks are the bane of HaD.io for me ;)

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Aleksandar Bradic wrote 10 days ago point

Hi Frank,

We're looking into the issue. Thanks!

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LloydTCannonIII wrote 15 days ago point

There is not nearly enough room to type the background for my project. Fix this please.

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Aleksandar Bradic wrote 10 days ago point

Hi Lloyd,

Are you referring to the "Description" section of the project? 

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Les Hall wrote 16 days ago 1 point

Hi, my first project here is a Drone Swarm in which I plan to make nodes of increasing complexity and scatter them throughout my environment.  To report individual drone designs I would like the parts list and possibly other features to be subdivided into separate subprojects.   

Les

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Jasmine wrote 10 days ago point

Hey Les, several people have mentioned that this would be useful. We'll try and work something out. 

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Les Hall wrote 10 days ago 2 points

OK cool Jasmine, I appreciate the responsiveness!  I have been enjoying interacting a bit with folks i would otherwise never meet.  This is fun! 

Les

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jacksonliam wrote 16 days ago point

in mobile view, the button (follow?) above "Followers11 Following1 Projects0 Skulls0"  is half hidden.

Android chrome. Xperia z1. 

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Jasmine wrote 10 days ago point

Hello Jackonliam, we're working on improving the mobile view. Thanks for letting us know. 

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davedarko wrote 17 days ago point

[bug] I wasn't able to copy text in or out of a private message box. Weird.

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Jasmine wrote 17 days ago point

Hey davedarko, we don't seem to be able to replicate the issue. If anyone else is having the problem, please reply here. Thanks!

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jaromir.sukuba wrote 11 days ago point

Not sure whether it's fixed already, but for me it works.

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Andreas Hoelldorfer wrote 17 days ago 1 point

Hi, I can't add my g+ profile to my profile page, because it contains this germany char 'ö' https://www.google.com/+AndreasHölldorfer still suprised that goolge created this, and in my stupidity I accepted it... now I can't change it... 

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Jasmine wrote 17 days ago point

Hello Andreas, could you use this link instead https://plus.google.com/111510669637026758430 ?

FYI - the external links are behaving a little strangely at the moment when you add and delete. Someone is looking into that issue. 

Let me know how you get on.   

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davedarko wrote 22 days ago point

class is mentionInComment

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Jasmine wrote 22 days ago 1 point

Haven't seen this one before, but it's now logged. Cheers. 

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davedarko wrote 22 days ago point

[bug] I played around with the feed settings and noticed that it won't let you select all checkboxes again, if you unchecked some of them.

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Jasmine wrote 22 days ago 1 point

Thanks Dave, we've already got a ticket for this and are hunting this one down. 

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Hacker404 wrote 23 days ago 1 point

Hi,

    When I come to the io site to update project I am taken to the 'myfeed' page automaticly.

This is a distraction because I then have to read through the new items in 'myfeed' straight away because the little indicator above the feed icon on the top right of the page resets so if I don't read them 'now' I won't know if there are any new items in 'myfeed' at a later stage. 

It would be great if I could upload the updates to my projects first when that is what I came here to do.

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Jasmine wrote 17 days ago point

It makes sense. We will add Improving the redirect path after login to our todo list. Thanks for the feedback. 

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Michael O'Toole wrote 23 days ago point

As it stands at the moment, projects lack community involvement and that's probably fine for most, but I would much prefer a community driven development approach...

An option to invite co-developers to become part of a project might increase the community aspect of the site...

Mike

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Jasmine wrote 22 days ago point

Hello Michael,  the ability to invite non-members to join a specific project is a great idea. We'll put it on our todo list. 
At the moment, you can add collaborators (go to Edit Project), but only if they are already members. You can invite people to join through the site http://hackaday.io/invite (you can get to this via clicking on your avatar in the top right), or by sharing links.  Thanks for your feedback. 

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jaromir.sukuba wrote 24 days ago point

Is it just me, or global feed really displays some entries from My feed, but 4 days old? My feed works as expected, I think. All checkboxes are checked, so I should get complete feed. Unchecking/rechecking again doesn’t change it.

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jaromir.sukuba wrote 24 days ago point

Looks like the only messages in global feed I see are responses to my comments - and the newest is 4 days old.

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jaromir.sukuba wrote 24 days ago point

Nevermind, it's working again. But I swear it worked like I described for a few minutes, evne after I posted the comment.

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Jasmine wrote 23 days ago point

Well if anyone else notices it, do let us know. It may be an intermittent glitch.

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esot.eric.wazhung wrote a month ago 1 point

New Idea:

It seems I'm not the only one who's work on one project leads to an entirely separate project...

Maybe if there was a check-box in a project-log that would create a new project based on that log...? E.G. I'm working on "mishmash1," which, actually, is a mishmash of various projects, but has taken on a new life, at least on that project-page, as focussing on one particular sub-project (sdramThing). So, there, This checkbox idea might be handy to create a separate project. Likewise, in working on sdramThing, I've created yet-another-tool "autoBaud" which could quite-plausibly be useful as a project-page of its own... Yet another use for this checkbox.

Looking at my feed, it seems @DainBramage has travelled down a similar path, developing an ammeter as a seperate (but apparently related) project to a power-supply/charger.

I'm thinking, checking this box (and after submission of the project-log) would just create a very very simple project-page with the project-log in the description, and maybe a reference back to the original project...?

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DainBramage wrote a month ago point

You hit the nail on the head, @esot.eric.wazhung.

Very astute of you! :)

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davedarko wrote 25 days ago point

You could still copy the log, create a new project and use the hashtag reference to link back. An automation of that seems not practical to me, but I see a key feature in having a "derived from/ influenced by" option, to give some credits to other creations or link to your own work that is related. This could be then reverted/expanded to show "child projects" on the master project if it is by you or show clones if it is by someone else, without any action of the "master" owner.

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esot.eric.wazhung wrote 25 days ago point

Yeah, a tree of sorts. I dig it.

The automated project-creation could be over-used... that was one concern I had. Was thinking if the logs had tags, then it could eventually recognize that a certain tag appeared in several logs, then after the 5th time it might suggest creating a new project for that tag. It's a bit of a stretch.

Thanks for reminding me about the hashtag thing, I completely forgot.

Copy-paste to a new project, though... I dunno... It sounds easy enough, but the actual implementation (by me) is less-likely to happen in real-time... I mean, the subproject that's taken over probably deserves its own project page, but I'm so dead-set on working on the project, right now, that creating a page for it, right now, seems like a lot of work. Doing a log, though... that's easy. It's just a feeling, I know it's not that difficult, just not my mind-set right now.

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davedarko wrote 17 days ago 1 point

@Jasmine - I hope that wasn't overlooked because of all the replies we've made here :)

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Jasmine wrote 16 days ago 1 point

Nope, not overlooked. I just got side tracked with the prize. Quite a few people agree with your suggestions. I'm sure we'll look into this for future dev. 

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DainBramage wrote a month ago 1 point

I have a bug to report, but since I already did so in the wrong place, I'll just link it here:

https://hackaday.io/page/788-why-do-i-have-to-log-in-to-hadio-every-single-time

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Aleksandar Bradic wrote 25 days ago point

This was an issue on our end. We have resolved it and are pushing a hotfix today. Thanks for reporting!

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DainBramage wrote 25 days ago 1 point

Thanks for taking care of it so quickly! :)

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Hacker404 wrote a month ago 2 points

New Gallery: Hi, I like the new gallery mode for browsing but I can no longer zoom into pictures with my browser. 

On a projects main page there are some images to the left. Before I used to right click on them and select 'open in new tab' and that would give me just the image alone so that I could use by browser plugins to zoom, rotate, pan or whatever I want so that I could see the image. 

Now all the pictures only open in gallery mode and this makes it difficult for me to see. I am an older person and my sight is not the best so I have tools to assist. Is it possible to have the option to open just the image from the project page *as well as* the option to 'View Gallery' for those like me who find it a challenge to see or even for those who want to see in a little more detail?

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Christoph wrote a month ago 4 points

Can I have an "Add a project log" button at the top of my project logs? I don't like having to scroll down every time.

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zakqwy wrote a month ago 1 point

Oh man, that would be awesome. As an occasional project log adder myself, I would find this feature quite useful.

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davedarko wrote a month ago 2 points

Compliments for the gallery feature! I like that you've included the pictures from the logs to it!

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jaromir.sukuba wrote a month ago 2 points

Yep, the gallery is fantastic. 

The ability to scroll in the gallery with right/left arrows would be great.

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zakqwy wrote a month ago 1 point

Good idea--agreed. Overall, awesome feature--it's a fun way to revisit the early days of a big project!

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davedarko wrote a month ago point

@jaromir.sukuba - scrolling with the keys works when you maximize the pictures in the gallery (which is kind of a weird feature, since the pictures aren't that much larger...)

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jaromir.sukuba wrote a month ago 1 point

Yes, you are right, I tried it just now. Nobody expects Spanish inq... oh wait, scrolling the maximized picture, when non-maximized doesn't work.

Anyway, having the possibility of scrolling in non-maximized gallery would be fine.

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