Latest Bugs & Tasks
Go to any https site and notice that there is no user interface for viewing or trusting a certificate.
I am using the latest available nightly build (hrev46885).
In certain languages (when two translations do not match) bold text "leaks" into translator's name.
Tried to install alpha 4.1 to hard drive partition from CD
Tried to install hrev46791 to hard drive partition from USB
PC goes into continuous startup loop
Tried Zeta 1.21, BSD and Linux
All successfully booted
Attached listdev obtained from Zeta install and PC specification.
This looses all the default Applications, Demos, Preferences, and Desktop applets and forces the user to add these back in, this is unacceptable.
You can just open /boot/home/config/settings/deskbar and symlink "menu" to "menu_entries". Then only the entries in the "menu" directory will be shown in the Deskbar menu and you can organize them at your heart's desire.
With the merge of PM, the user is no-longer in control of the Deskbar menu. The Applications menu is too crowded. Too many applications place links in this menu, quickly making the feature completely useless. Links added to Applications placed there by an .hpkg are not removable by the user without blacklisting the link.
This should be done in the gui.
I suggest removing the "virtual folders" in the Deskbar menu and simply placing the links in /boot/home/config/settings/deskbar/menu so that the user can manage the links, and Deskbar menu as he sees fit by simply using Tracker.
Trying to enter a login/password pair results to the socket being closed immediately after the POST data is sent. Trying to read from the socket fails.
It looks like the CGI handler on the server is doing this because something is wrong with the format of our http headers, but I couldn't find the exact problem.
It doesn't. Closing as fixed.
Should be fixed in https://github.com/haiku/webkit/commit/1b7f3394c27cf0541120e5af037cf39a7cb980ca .
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This is what the server requests us to do. The fis should be on the server side, then.