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Azhdar: How to disable HTTPS? Recent update uses https as default, I want to restore http mode.
I'm not sure what you mean. HTTPS default for what?
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Barefoot_Monkey: I'm not sure what you mean. HTTPS default for what?
Navigation bar.
For example when I click on Games, it's "https://www.gog.com/games" but I want "http://www.gog.com/games".
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Azhdar: Navigation bar.
For example when I click on Games, it's "https://www.gog.com/games" but I want "http://www.gog.com/games".
Ah, thanks for explaining. It seems that the links were made HTTPS by GOG, not by me, but it should be fairly simple to override that. I'll add an option for forcing the navigation bar to use HTTP links
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Barefoot_Monkey: Ah, thanks for explaining. It seems that the links were made HTTPS by GOG, not by me, but it should be fairly simple to override that. I'll add an option for forcing the navigation bar to use HTTP links
Thanks! :)
It's likely that BE is de-colourising posts by devs when quoted, see here.

Just a heads up, I personally don't mind the side-effect as the colour chosen by GOG for dev-posts is eye-bleeding, so the less I have to see it the better. :-)
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HypersomniacLive: It's likely that BE is de-colourising posts by devs when quoted, see here.

Just a heads up, I personally don't mind the side-effect as the colour chosen by GOG for dev-posts is eye-bleeding, so the less I have to see it the better. :-)
ninja'd, I just wanted to do a little research before posting. When loaded with BE, there is inline css rule

.post_text_c div.quot:not(.gog_color), .post_text_c div.quot:not(.gog_color) a, .post_text_c div.quot:not(.gog_color) span.bold, .BE-preview blockquote, .BE-preview blockquote a {
color: #686868;
}

and it gets more weight than rule from gog stylesheet:

.dev_color {
color: #C26C04;
}
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HypersomniacLive: It's likely that BE is de-colourising posts by devs when quoted, see here.

Just a heads up, I personally don't mind the side-effect as the colour chosen by GOG for dev-posts is eye-bleeding, so the less I have to see it the better. :-)
Dev colours exist? That's wonderful news! Thanks for the heads-up. I'll definitely add some support for that - probably next week.
But I'll add the ability to control the colour
Post edited 19 hours ago by Barefoot_Monkey
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Barefoot_Monkey: Dev colours exist? That's wonderful news! Thanks for the heads-up. I'll definitely add some support for that - probably next week.
But I'll add the ability to control the colour
They do as of a couple of days ago. But the choice is painful, so if that "ability to control the colour" allows us to change it, even if only manually, to something easier on the eyes, I'd be for ever grateful.

Cheers
The navigation bar notification count is missing for me when using 2.3.7.2 (not an issue with 2.3.7.1).
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plagren: The navigation bar notification count is missing for me when using 2.3.7.2 (not an issue with 2.3.7.1).
I observe the same behavior using Firefox 44.0.1.
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plagren: The navigation bar notification count is missing for me when using 2.3.7.2 (not an issue with 2.3.7.1).
Same here.
Also, version 2.3.7.2 doesn't seem to have a changelog entry.
Sorry about that. Version 2.3.7.2 was just a very minor refactoring, so no changes worth mentioning in the changelog. But I broke the notification - sorry about that, I should have made sure that I had notifications while testing. Version 2.3.7.3 is up with a fix for that.
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Barefoot_Monkey: Sorry about that. Version 2.3.7.2 was just a very minor refactoring, so no changes worth mentioning in the changelog. But I broke the notification - sorry about that, I should have made sure that I had notifications while testing. Version 2.3.7.3 is up with a fix for that.
Cheers.

P.S. And indeed the notification count is back.
Post edited 59 minutes ago by mrkgnao