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  • Echidna
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    Ive tried to be patient, but as our forum grows, the navigation becomes more difficult.
    Jump to new post does not work
    the jump to last post does not work
    the jump to Search query result post does not work.
    often a read topic suddenly shows as unread, without any new posts.

    Bug tracker suggests the underlying problem has been fixed. Can this please be rolled out. At least then any newly created Discussions won’t suffer from the same glitch. I can then create a duplicate topic and move the posts from the broken one.

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  • Echidna
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    Thank you, I did switch to Route By Node immediately after testing, to prevent rioting by the masses.
    I noticed today the problem also effects the Go to Post in Search Results.

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  • Wayne Luke
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    Still working on it. Leaving your site in Route By Node mode should keep it working for now.

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  • Echidna
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    How’s this project coming along? The natives grow restless

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  • Echidna
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    You’re a champion, thank you

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  • Wayne Luke
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    I am developing a plan to fix the issue on your site. Hopefully, I will have it resolved by tomorrow.

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  • Echidna
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    Originally posted by Wayne Luke View Post
    The second link is invalid. The system is returning the proper error. The URL for that link should be: https://www.diecastgarage.org/forum/off-topic/19024-said-good-bye-to-swifty-s?p=27065


    Is this faulty URL generated by the system and where? Or was it created erroneously by a user?

    I copied the URL from the address bar after clicking on the discussion title and landing on that page.

    I gather I need to have route by node turned off.
    What do I need to do now, to fix the invalid URL paths? There’s quite a few of them.


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  • Wayne Luke
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    Here is the bug report: https://tracker.vbulletin.com/vbulle...sues/VBV-19830

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  • Wayne Luke
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    I know what the issue is. It can be manually fixed but I will create a bug report for the issue so there it won't happen in the future. I doubt the improper route is a vBulletin 5.5.5 issue. It has most likely existed since we implemented the Route By Node option years ago.
    Last edited by Wayne Luke; Wed 13th Nov '19, 10:33am.

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  • Wayne Luke
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    The second link is invalid. The system is returning the proper error. The URL for that link should be: https://www.diecastgarage.org/forum/off-topic/19024-said-good-bye-to-swifty-s?p=27065


    Is this faulty URL generated by the system and where? Or was it created erroneously by a user?

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  • Echidna
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    Hi Wayne, thanks for sticking with me.
    This gets confusing.

    I have turned off route by node.

    Links to channels etc are fine until we get down to the topics/threads.
    Some will open, some give the URL error message.

    In some cases the goto first post and last post almost hits the mark, in other case the page wont open at all.

    https://www.diecastgarage.org/node/19024 - opens but the goto links aren't performing (route by node ON)
    https://www.diecastgarage.org/node/1...ifty-s?p=27065 - (route by node OFF ) won't open at all, generates message "Invalid Page URL. If this is an error and the page should exist, please contact the system administrator and tell them how you got this message."





    Something I've just noticed, the threads that have the invalid URL message have a node id in their url, although I have that set to NO, and more than one topic is showing the same node number. Is that the way it's supposed to work?

    https://www.diecastgarage.org/node/1...wo-words-worth
    https://www.diecastgarage.org/node/1...-talks-anymore


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  • Wayne Luke
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    Which channel link topics? Please provide specific examples. That is really what needs to be fixed on your site.

    You don't have a damaged file. Every vBulletin Cloud site uses the same set of files. The issue would be in the database and can be fixed.

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  • Echidna
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    Hi, thanks for the suggestion. I set the ‘Route Channels and Conversations by Node ID’ to No.
    The channel topic links came back with a does not exist or not found type of message. I’ve set it back to YES.

    clearing cache and updating browser hasn’t helped.

    is it possible we have a damaged code or file somewhere?



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