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question... [27 Apr 2005|12:19am]

i just downloaded lochjournal 2.2 because i want to more speedily change some of my back entries to 'friends-only'. i haven't been able to figure out how to do this though! can someone help? thanks!
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Default Browser [14 May 2004|04:35pm]

[ mood | blah ]

I'm sorry if this is a stupid question, but LochJournal 1.1 will insist on using IE for navigation between pages (eg. quick links to friends, userinfo, userpics, etc) even though my default browser is Mozilla (Mr. Bill's Browser seems to be 'integrated' with everything nowadays mumble grumble) and I want it to navigate the pages using Mozilla!

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Shortcut key [24 Oct 2002|07:41pm]
[ mood | banana cream ]

Your shortcut key for Post Entry conflicts with that for Spell Check. It strikes me this isn't b y design.

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[03 Sep 2002|07:59pm]

I seem to be the only person in the new forum, so I'll post this here too...

I'm new to this so I am using v1.00 as a new installation, not an upgrade.

Whether I log on manually, or set the program to log on automatically on starting I get the same problem.

Nothing works, submitting a journal entry, getting the history etc all do nothing.

In the status log I get an entry "ljGetAll done processing, now handling data." Unlike for ljLogin an entry does not appear stating "...has finished all data handling, freeing.".

So I would imagine the problem is that whatever data it is trying to handle, it doesn't get to the end of.

Any suggestions as to how to use the program would be wonderful, but as I can't see anything wrong in the configuration I can only assume that there is a bug somewhere?
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HTML Tags [01 Aug 2002|09:11am]

Hi, I'm new to the community and new to lochjournal.

I seem to be having a problem when I post html tags through lochjournal.. my opening tag "<" is replaced with "&_l_t_;"(without the spaces).

What's with that? Am I doing something wrong or am I missing something terribly obvious?

My tags come out looking like.... tags, not links:

<a href="http://lunalyn.com"> my web site </a>
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Hmm. [29 Jul 2002|09:26am]

Running into a bit of a problem here... every time I reboot my system (or close LochJournal and reopen it), I have to recreate my profile, redo all my settings.... it's getting a bit... tiresome.

I'm using the latest version... is there something I have set incorrectly, or is it a bug?
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Bug report [25 Jul 2002|08:33pm]
When switching between profiles, the main window gets shrunk. Dunno why this is.
Also, some of the dates in the birthday window are getting messed up. Such as:

12845-49: stpsjewel
17737-17486: paidmembers
17737-17486: stars_pyre

Also noticed that some users' birthdays appear correct in my profile, but incorrect in another.

I heard that this forum was going to be closed soon. How will bug reports be handled once this happens?
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Just a wee suggestion [23 Jul 2002|09:37pm]

[ mood | peaceful ]

First of all, let me be among the first to say that 1.0 is GREAT.
Just a bit of a tweak - is it possible to have a configuration option for the birthday alert message box? To where it would show them on the day of if you set it to do that, or you could have it not show them until there is a change to the box? I'm not sure how that would work, and I'm not even sure that it makes sense.

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LochJournal 1.0 Released! [22 Jul 2002|07:32pm]

Read the full announcement here.

This community will be going away soon, just so everyone knows. Instead, there is now a web forum here.

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Couple of suggestions... [22 Jul 2002|12:33pm]

1. More an observation, and looking for a solution in case it's on my end. I notice that when Lochy is flashing and I chose "View Friends Page" that if I've already viewed it earlier, it won't refresh and I have to click the "Refresh" button on the browser (IE 6.0) in order to see the new posts.

2. The addition of the linking to image HTML coding (so I don't have to dig out my trusty HTML manual) in the HTML pull down menu.
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Problems in the tray [21 Jul 2002|12:43am]

Got a bug for ya... When I close the program to the tray, and try to reopen LochJ, one of two things happens:

1) The programs comes back, but the icon disappears, or

2) I get an error message (which repeats ad infinitum until I kill it in task manager). The message is: "Access violation at address 0048593F in module 'LochJBeta.exe.' Read of address 20746128.

I'm running Win2k on a 366 Celeron processor, if it helps.

Anyone else have the problem?

Thanks! (for a future fix and the program in general!)
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Password Security [21 Jul 2002|02:31am]

[ mood | working ]

If you get a message when you start up LochJournal saying that your password is insecure, read on...

LiveJournal is taking measures to prevent hackers from breaking into accounts, and one of the things that they have done is warn people when their passwords are easily guessable. You should change your password to something that is hard to guess, and it should be a combination of letters and numbers.

Please read http://www.livejournal.com/talkread.bml?journal=news&itemid=58868 for more information. http://www.livejournal.com/support/faqbrowse.bml?faqid=18 tells you how to change your password.

Additionally, feel free to watch http://www.livejournal.com/news.bml or add "news" to your friends list in order to keep up with important changes on LiveJournal.

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problems logging in [21 Jul 2002|02:23am]

[ mood | confused ]

yea, i just had a few weird things go on trying to log in.

first one being that a message popped up telling me that my password is easy to guess. has anybody else had this happen to them?
it struck me as weird because its something that nobody but me would know... like a password should be.

second problem was the fact that it kept erroring saying i had an incorrect password. so i re-entered all the info. and it came up correct and let me on.

third problem would be that a message came up saying too many failed login attempts, and im tempararily banned from the server.

anybody have a clue what could be causing this?

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coolness! [20 Jul 2002|09:38pm]

[ mood | happy ]

I just tested lochjournal on U-Journal and it works (even though it's not listed on the profile dropdown).
But darnit, I was 4 days too late to get an Early Adopter account.
Lochjournal rocks!

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Errors [19 Jul 2002|01:18pm]

[ mood | okay ]

I was trying to post to my DeadJournal and I got this error message:

Server reports error:
Client error: Unknown metadata: Unknown property

I copied the message onto a clipboard, closed the program, re-opened it, and tried several more times to post anything. Nothing worked, I keep getting the same message and after a few tries I got this message:

Access violation at address 00469c64 in module 'LOCHBETA.EXE'. Read of address 00CEA13C.

It works fine for me for LiveJournal... as this post proves.

Is there anything I can do on my side, or is that all between DeadJournal and xb95?

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sending replies to email inbox?? [18 Jul 2002|11:48pm]

[ mood | annoyed ]

ever since i downloaded the newest version of lochjournal, it had automatically been checking the "no comment email" box. and ive already found myself missing various comments because of this. i checked its settings and everythings right, so why is it doing this? has anyone else had this problem?

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Friends groups [18 Jul 2002|11:02pm]

[ mood | aggravated ]

I have someone who has listed me as their friend, but I haven't listed them as mine. When I edit my friends groups, that user seems to be in several of my groups. Why? I can't remove them either and it's really annoying me.

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[18 Jul 2002|01:28pm]

[ mood | productive ]

Interesting. I have my journal set to not automatically update the history from the server, so periodically I do download the history, usually to edit an entry I've made. Today I hit the update button twice, and ended up with duplicates in my history viewing area. I though I must've made a mistake and posted twice, so I deleted one of the duplicates...only to find out I'd just deleted my last entry and it wasn't a duplicate.

So, I'd advise people to not update their history twice while the first request is still being fulfilled! If this happens you have to delete your local history and download it all again, which is very slow for me, at least.

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[17 Jul 2002|04:22pm]

[ mood | curious ]

Why did I just get a message saying that there is a new version of lochjournal? Everytime I go the the website its "page cannot be displayed".

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My Suggestions (sorry if some have been already suggested) [16 Jul 2002|05:21pm]

1: An automatic notification that notifys you that your "friends" have updated their journals, or that a certain journal has, or a certain friend group has.
2: Spell Check (obvious)
3: Right Clicking the task tray icon should be more than just "show/hide" and "exit". You should have options such as: "Post Entry", Web Views of Friends, Recent Entries, User Info and Others, The abillity to change what journal profile that your on, Edit previous entry, and other useful things.
4: In your history view you should make an option to make a certain entry a "memory"
5: The GUI should be more resizeable, If the window becomes smaller, the other parts of it should become smaller, if the window becomes bigger, other parts of it should become bigger to take advantage of the larger screen space.
6: Various shortcuts to edit your journal on the journal website (such as menu links to editing user info and the journal style)
7: You should have a menu in the "post entry" box to get rid of various parts of it, such as the subject line, or the options bellow it.
8. An option to post a history from one journal to another journal so you could "merge journals" in a sense. It would backdate them and put the moods too. It would also compare the history's of the two journals to see which posts that are identical in text or subject so it wouldnt uncessarly repost them. This would be useful for users of multiple journals.
9. Ofline journal posting: This would alllow lochjournal to be a completely offline journal application. You could make a fake acount: and make all of your posts "offline". A user could also choose to update their journal with all of these ofline posts that they have written. You would view ofline posts via the journal history tab.
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