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Posted: Jul 19 2006, 06:17 AM
Member No.: 25
Joined: 27-June 06
- When AutoAdd is disabled and reenabled in the config UI, the AutoAdd proxy is reset to the first non-default proxy defined (Tor in my case) even if it was previously set to a different proxy. The pattern is preserved correctly, however.
- The "Mode"-column in the "Proxies" global configuration table never contains any entries. I'd have expected to see something like Direct, Manual, Auto in this spot.
- I'd like to use a 24h based timestamp format for log entries in the de-DE localization.
Using a timeformat string of "dd.mm.yyyy HH:nn:ss.zzz" the timestamps are still displayed in a 12h based format.
AutoAdd currently suffers a performance hit from its requirement to perform a pattern match on all loaded (or possibly all non-proxied?) Web pages in order to detect blocked pages. The longer the Web page the worse the performance implications.
I am under the impression that error pages related to blocked sites are typically rather short, containing only the basic error message and a minimum of markup. Would it help to introduce a (configurable) cap on the size of Web pages (1k, say) that will be parsed for block-related messages?
|Eric H. Jung||
Posted: Jul 19 2006, 05:34 PM
Member No.: 1
Joined: 28-March 06
OK, fixed for 2.0 beta4.
Thanks for finding this. Fixed for 2.0 beta4.
Fixed for 2.0 beta4. HH is now supported.
Yes, I'd agree with that.
I'm not sure if that would help. I'll do some testing to see.