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Announcements / Mibew Messenger 3.2.7 has been released!
« Last post by faf on July 09, 2020, 10:25:27 AM »
Hi!

A new version of Mibew Messenger has been released and is available here: https://mibew.org/download2

The release is related to multiple security issues, so update is strongly recommended.
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Support / Re: audio effect repetition
« Last post by faf on May 11, 2020, 02:09:59 PM »
1. Necroposting is bad.

2. You wrote that you've installed the plugin, but you didn't mentioned anything about its configuration. Also you've asked the question in a wrong way: to begin with, you didn't specify what exactly you've done, what you've expected to see, and what you've actually got. Though, it wouldn't change the whole picture, since the plugin is unofficial, so you won't get official support for it anyway.

3. No, in this particular case one could not simply modify the source code to make sound repeating. Since you're talking about the javascript part of the project, it should be recompiled after any modifications.

And leaving aside the fact that any modifications of the core leading to problems with future updates, the only "loop" there is the property of dynamical html5 element audio, which should be set to 'false', unless you want to hear never ending sound (no, in that case it will not stop at all regardless of any actions until one close or reload the page).



I can sling a little html, but that's it. I'm hoping for an easy solution for changing that sound to a loop.

There is a plugin. Install and configure it. If you have any troubles, ask developers of the plugin (not here, I bet they're not monitoring this forum). That's an easy solutions. All other solutions will be much more complicated.
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Support / Re: audio effect repetition
« Last post by GaryBrazzell on May 11, 2020, 03:19:29 AM »
The plugin isn't working for me. I'm new to Mibew, so it could be me. The plugin shows as working in the Mibew plugins screen. Using version 3.2.6. Thoughts?
The plugin I downloaded from https://www.aar-innovations.com/ seems consistent with what's currently in https://github.com/AARInnovations/mibew-sound-notification-plugin/blob/master/js/users_plugin.js.

Can I simply navigate to the source code and change loop to true? I'm assuming the loop would stop after clicking ok in the pop-up. I've been looking all over in the source code but can't find where the looping is defined in the core architecture. Does anyone know how to navigate there?

I can sling a little html, but that's it. I'm hoping for an easy solution for changing that sound to a loop.
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Support / Re: BAD Request when track visitor's path
« Last post by bfmradio on May 08, 2020, 09:42:37 PM »


I am not accusing anyone of anything... just replied  to whatever you said:

>>>Given the facts that you're not developer or system engineer, there are no useful information in the error log, and support of your hosting are not willing to help you, it's very doubtful that the issue could be solved at all. At the moment I don't see what can be done here.>>>

which totally sounded like GO ***** yourself.

Thanks
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Support / Re: BAD Request when track visitor's path
« Last post by faf on May 08, 2020, 09:19:26 AM »
I do not understand one thing:  how this function works for people that are on the site, and does not for people that actually waiting for dialog.

Because it's different functions. To begin with. Track by visitor id (in case of a visitor) and track by thread id (in case of a chat) differs.

Maybe your hosting has some mod_security rules. Maybe your web server is misconfigured. Maybe you've done something wrong during the installation process, or your installation is incomplete. My crystal ball is too covered with dust lately.

So, you cannot even tell me what could be checked and looked into?  I am not a developer or system engineer, but I am not a computer idiot either.

I've already did. Look into the error log. Look into the configuration of the web server. Ask support of your hosting.

One can try to debug the application in your working environment (which you've never described) to find out the conditions when error occurs. But you need special skills to do so.

I am sure there is something that I  can check.  Another thing is if you do not wish to help me figure this out due to whatever reason.

So, you've accused me of not trying hard enough to help you to solve your problem? That's a little bit impudent to say the least. I'm neither your friend, not your employee. And now I really don't want to help you whatsoever.   >:(
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Support / Re: BAD Request when track visitor's path
« Last post by bfmradio on May 07, 2020, 10:23:26 PM »
I do not understand one thing:  how this function works for people that are on the site, and does not for people that actually waiting for dialog.

So, you cannot even tell me what could be checked and looked into?  I am not a developer or system engineer, but I am not a computer idiot either.

I am sure there is something that I  can check.  Another thing is if you do not wish to help me figure this out due to whatever reason.

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Support / Re: What versin of node and Gulp do I need?
« Last post by faf on May 07, 2020, 07:15:55 PM »
You didn't specified any details about your system, versions of software in use, etc.

However, yes, looks like there could be an incompatibility issue with gulp 3.x and modern versions of node.js. Try using elder node.js. Something like actual stable LTS v10.20.1.
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Support / Re: BAD Request when track visitor's path
« Last post by faf on May 07, 2020, 07:05:46 PM »
As it was written before, your browser sending bad requests to web server and/or Mibew Messenger application. It means that web server and/or Mibew Messenger unable to understand what does your browser requesting. Since the error emerges in different browsers, most probably it's some server side issue. Given the facts that you're not developer or system engineer, there are no useful information in the error log, and support of your hosting are not willing to help you, it's very doubtful that the issue could be solved at all. At the moment I don't see what can be done here.
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Support / Re: What versin of node and Gulp do I need?
« Last post by Noahp on May 07, 2020, 06:21:30 PM »
Some googling leads me here:
https://timonweb.com/posts/how-to-fix-referenceerror-primordials-is-not-defined-error/

Which seems to elude to the issue being that I'd have to downgrade to an older version of node which brings me back to the reason for my question.
I tried the shrink wrap method in the post but that did not work for me.
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Support / Re: What versin of node and Gulp do I need?
« Last post by Noahp on May 07, 2020, 06:18:52 PM »
I am getting errors when building using
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gulp default:

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C:\Projects\Git repos\mibew\src>gulp default
fs.js:35
} = primordials;
    ^

ReferenceError: primordials is not defined
    at fs.js:35:5
    at req_ (C:\Projects\Git repos\mibew\src\node_modules\natives\index.js:143:24)
    at Object.req [as require] (C:\Projects\Git repos\mibew\src\node_modules\natives\index.js:55:10)
    at Object.<anonymous> (C:\Projects\Git repos\mibew\src\node_modules\graceful-fs\fs.js:1:37)
    at Module._compile (internal/modules/cjs/loader.js:1156:30)
    at Object.Module._extensions..js (internal/modules/cjs/loader.js:1176:10)
    at Module.load (internal/modules/cjs/loader.js:1000:32)
    at Function.Module._load (internal/modules/cjs/loader.js:899:14)
    at Module.require (internal/modules/cjs/loader.js:1042:19)
    at require (internal/modules/cjs/helpers.js:77:18)
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