- Update has hung for few months (i usually work in Linux anyhow)
- I choose to accept
- New update for version 1.9.0 is downloaded and installed, not more glitches than normal Windows installer brings
- After update I get a pop-up that this version will not be updated/maintained anymore and I can choose to ignore or get to the downloads page
- I get to downloads, I’m curious
- a new version 126.96.36.199 is downloaded, so I install it
- Installation is smooth, and I am bugged about the earlier version once again when I start the app.
Now, really? I have to update to a non-supported version first to get the latest, separate, completely new version? How smooth is this?
When after logging in to a service you get to see this:
It is not working. Well, or it is, but not as it should. Besides, the error message is not the most user friendly, either. Besides, for a hacker this type of error message reveals easily the system the service is built on, which is always a security risk.
After pressing refresh, though, the page is loaded.
BTW, WordPress has a bug in their category handling -field. In case you write a comma to the field (id=”newcategory”), the word before the comma is not listed at all after pressing enter. Like this:
- Write “Errors, fails and bugs” to the id=”newcategory” -field
- Press enter
- You get to see the string Errors, fails and bugs” in category list
- “fails and bugs” is listed. Word “Errors” is not listed anywhere
Now, the reason for this might be that the field on the same page (id=”new-tag-post_tag” ) handles the commas to store separate tags, and that works as specified. Perhaps the category -field handling just uses the same functionality. And looks like to me that it is a copy-paste accident. Perhaps not tested, or then again maybe tested, but results are neglected due to well known reasons: it’s not important, user won’t do that etc.Well, this user did 😉
Now, where to report WordPress -bugs?