I've pressed a 'Submit' button to create a new post and IDZ system log me out

I've pressed a 'Submit' button to create a new post and IDZ system log me out

I'd like to report a new problem. I've pressed a 'Submit' button to create a new post and IDZ system log me out. There was a message in a 'Comment*' edit box:

'This field has been disabled because you do not have sufficient permissions to edit it.'

Note: Could IDZ developers increase length of a 'Subject*' filed? I think it's too short.

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@Sergey

I was also today forced to change my password due to new password policy.
Have you been forced to change your password?

>>Have you been forced to change your password?

Today or yesterday No. I changed my password about 2.5 weeks ago and also was forced.

Also, when a forum poster submits a comment, and if there is a subscribe in effect, an email is sent.
However, if the poster then edits the comment another email is sent.
... if the poster then re-edits the comment another email is sent.
...
Yesterday I received 5 notifications for a comment which was re-edited.
Granted there is an issue where if the edit occures sometime after the last activity on the comment, that you may want a notification.
However, when the edit/reedit occurs within minutes (due to no prieview so we can fix these frigg'n html tag issues such as less than signs and greater than signs in our C/C++ posts) I'd rather not have an additional email.
A lot of this type of problem (for us users) could be eliminated by:

a) When inside:

{left angle bracket}cpp{right angle bracket>
--- in here---
{left angle bracket}/cpp{right angle bracket>

That a paste from clipboard (or drag and drop), not only highlights as .cpp, but it also decorates the angle brackets such that we users do not have to go through all these hoop jumps in order to not have our posts trashed. This is taking unnecessary time from us, and more importantly some of the better users of your forum may just stop supplying well written content.

b) Add preview (Sergey requested this in another thread)

Jim Dempsey

www.quickthreadprogramming.com

>>Yesterday I received 5 notifications for a comment which was re-edited.
>>Granted there is an issue where if the edit occures sometime after the last activity on the comment, that you may want a notification.

In the Old ISN system notifications could be turned on and off in a user preferences settings. I will check if it still exists in the New IDZ system and possibly will turn it off for some time.

Please keep reporting issues like this. This is a new forum program. So your comments/feedbacks are greatly appreciated.

Let me capture all the issues.

1. title too short
2. the submit issue by Sergey: this might be temporary. Let me know if it still exist.
3. add a "preview" feature when creating a new thread or post
4. notification: option to be notified when creating a new thread
5. code editing by Jim: if enclose the code like below, it should work.

#include

Jennifer

about the code editing: no it did not work. I'll find out what html tag to use.

Let me move this thread to this forum for all the IDZ issues.

Jennifer

>>Let me capture all the issues.
>>
>>1. title too short
>>2. the submit issue by Sergey: this might be temporary. Let me know if it still exist.
>>3. add a "preview" feature when creating a new thread or post
>>4. notification: option to be notified when creating a new thread
>>5. code editing by Jim: if enclose the code like below, it should work.
>>
>>#include

A new one: I think a default hight of the 'Comment*' edit box could be increased by 2x or 3x. It is really small and I'm always increasing it.

Forum topic: A performance problem with the IDZ web-site
Web-link: http://software.intel.com/en-us/forums/topic/328990

Forum topic: New Forum design - hard to read text of topic
Web-link: http://software.intel.com/en-us/forums/topic/325971
Note: It has lots of comments from many IDZ users

Forum topic: Emails from Intel with a subject 'New activity on your Forum topic'
Web-link: http://software.intel.com/en-us/forums/topic/328941

>>...
>>2. the submit issue by Sergey: this might be temporary. Let me know if it still exist.
>>...

That happened just once but since it happened it is clear that something was wrong. IDZ developers should look at why and an investigation needs to be done:

Find all places in web source codes where a message 'This field has been disabled because you do not have sufficient permissions to edit it.' is placed to the 'Comment*' edit box.

>>...Please keep reporting issues like this. This is a new forum program. So your comments/feedbacks are greatly appreciated...

Jennifer, please take a look at a new formatting issue and something is wrong when a couple of web-links are included in the text:

Web-link: http://software.intel.com/en-us/forums/topic/328549?page=1

and find a post:

*** Post Start ***
Sergey Kostrov Mon, 10/22/2012 - 18:18

Here are a couple of very useful web-links to look at:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Single_precision

http://www.binaryconvert.com http://www.binaryconvert.com/convert_float.html

[COMMENTED] There is a strange re-formatting issue.
*** Post End ***

Jennifer,

I see that Intel employees are making some test threads / posts. It would be nice if they make a special comment something like:

"THIS is a TEST. DO NOT post anything"

When they don't specify that this is a thread for testing it confuses users and I was already one of them.

Best regards,
Sergey

[UPDATED]

This is a follow up on:

>>...
>>Forum topic: Emails from Intel with a subject 'New activity on your Forum topic'
>>Web-link: http://software.intel.com/en-us/forums/topic/328941
>>...

I think it is fixed and these emails appear in my e-mail box in about 5 seconds. Thanks.

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