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Malin

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Just got error messages and fell overboard! Can't reenter cafe at moment.???

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Malin

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Oh, back in now. [Ultra confused]

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Alex Cockell

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PLEASE could we have some sound cues or similar? I've missed 3 people today!
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Bean Sidhe
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In there now, anyone around?

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pimple

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I've had a number of problems with "updates" over the years and sometimes the only way out is to use "system restore". On one of these occasions I might have inadvertently chucked out Java. How do I find out?

Is there a subscription to the Cafe?

[ 02. September 2009, 15:06: Message edited by: pimple ]

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pimple

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OK I have installed java 6 and managed to get the first cafe window open. It wants my user name and password. Do i use a separate password for the cafe?

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pimple

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FAQs state that every page requiring a user name and password has a "lost password" link.

The one on the door of the cafe ain't. [Help]

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Curiosity killed ...

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It's the same password you use to sign into the Ship. And the same sign in name you use to sign in, not your user name. My sign in name is my real name - and I'm really not called Curiosity killed ...

Is your sign in name one of your previous user names?

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pimple

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Yep. Goddit. Many thanks. So I can use my real name in the cafe, right?

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pimple

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No. Hi. I got there, Typed a message. But how do I send it ? (Honestly, how useless can you get?)

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press "Enter" ?

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Thanks to CK! maybe I'll come back one day...

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Wesley J

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And crashed...

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Curiosity killed ...

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You may have crashed, we have not.

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Wesley J

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[Paranoid]

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Wesley J

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I'm getting this now. Hope that helps for remedial action. Many thanks.
code:
IO Error (java.net.ConnectException: Connection refused: connect)
java.net.PlainSocketImpl : socketConnect at line -2
java.net.PlainSocketImpl : doConnect at line -1
java.net.PlainSocketImpl : connectToAddress at line -1
java.net.PlainSocketImpl : connect at line -1
java.net.SocksSocketImpl : connect at line -1
java.net.Socket : connect at line -1
java.net.Socket : connect at line -1
java.net.Socket : <init> at line -1
java.net.Socket : <init> at line -1
uk.co.darkgreenmedia.faverolle.SocketComms : run at line 86
java.lang.Thread : run at line -1

ETA: It is says 'Attempting connection to host' - very befitting and eucharistic for a Sunday!

[ 06. September 2009, 07:12: Message edited by: Wesley J ]

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Doublethink.
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Cafe is working for me - though empty.

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Uncle Pete

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quote:
Originally posted by Wesley J:
I'm getting this now. Hope that helps for remedial action. Many thanks.
code:
IO Error (java.net.ConnectException: Connection refused: connect)
java.net.PlainSocketImpl : socketConnect at line -2
java.net.PlainSocketImpl : doConnect at line -1
java.net.PlainSocketImpl : connectToAddress at line -1
java.net.PlainSocketImpl : connect at line -1
java.net.SocksSocketImpl : connect at line -1
java.net.Socket : connect at line -1
java.net.Socket : connect at line -1
java.net.Socket : <init> at line -1
java.net.Socket : <init> at line -1
uk.co.darkgreenmedia.faverolle.SocketComms : run at line 86
java.lang.Thread : run at line -1

ETA: It is says 'Attempting connection to host' - very befitting and eucharistic for a Sunday!
It did that to me just now too!

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Tea gnome
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Arg. Coff, coff splutter. Still giving me error messages. Probably hinting that I should go and be useful.

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Doublethink.
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Booted me too.

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Curiosity killed ...

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It's now functioning.

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fletcher christian

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You spoke too soon ck; I'm still in though

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fletcher christian

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[Waterworks]
My internet keeps dying and now I can't log back in

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Doublethink.
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Fell off [Frown]

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Doublethink.
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Back in now.

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Doublethink.
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Fell out again [Frown]

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Revelle

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I just got kicked out, will not let me back in. [Frown]

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Doublethink.
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You ghost has left the cafe, might be worth trying to re-enter now.

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Curiosity killed ...

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Joyful Noise did something very interesting to the Café just now. Arrived with no avatar, no name and I couldn't get the Who's Here? menu up - I was on the rooms menu until they'd left.

The bar came up saying *enters* and *leaves* but no name, no nothing.

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Alex Cockell

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Another bug noticed - seems as though the cafe chokes in ampersands etc in the user's Ship name.

User "JoyfulNoise & Parrot OKief" logged into the cafe.. but it didn't show the user's name or avatar.. just blank. I suggest there is an issue around the ampersand character in the ID. Maybe it's one of those characters that may need to be ignored for Cafe logins?

Thanks to all the devs as always.

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Curiosity killed ...

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Hang on, Alex, JoyfulNoise & ParrotOKief have been in the café fine before now. That's how I know the avatar.

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Alex Cockell

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Hmm - not sure as to why. Maybe a change has gone in that caused this regression.
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Curiosity killed ...

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We had a funny tonight in the café (I was in there after sorting out Secret Santa, honest). Think² was managing to chat to me by pm, but the main room disappeared for her. It looked as if she was logged out but we could continue chatting by pm - both opening and closing the pm window. She still hadn't left as far as the café was concerned when I left just now - some time later.

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Boing.

A quick question: Is it possible to stop private message windows from grabbing focus whenever a new message arrives? It's quite annoying!

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Wesley J

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Ooops, crashed on me - sorry guys. No Christmas truce here then... [Disappointed]

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Blast, network dumped me and now I can't restart comms into the cafe.
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You've gone now, you might be able to get back in.

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Paul.
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Is the cafe software still under on-going development? Are there likely to be any upgrades, new features etc? I note that back in February Melon said that sounds had been ordered and they hoped to have them installed in a few weeks. Clearly that didn't happen so I take it there was a problem there?

I'm not nagging, honest! Just curious...

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<waves>

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ecumaniac

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Would a Windows-using cafe denizen please help me out? My personal Mac has died [Waterworks] and I can't work out how to install the cafe on the windows laptop I'm using as a stopgap.

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I've just clicked the "Live Chat Cafe" link at the top of the boards. Depending on your browser, you may be prompted to allow pop-ups or perhaps an Active-X control (I can't recall which).

If still no luck, then you may need to manually install Java. Try www.java.com and click the "Free Java Donwload" button. then try the Live Chat Cafe link again.

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ecumaniac

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Drat, I've got a permissions error. Might be blocked on my work laptop. No cafe for me [Waterworks]

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Bean Sidhe
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I've recently done a full restore on my laptop, and now can't open faverolle. I get 'windows doesn't know how to open this file' and none of the downloads MS offers fix the problem. Any ideas?
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Japes

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Am in the cafe for the first time in weeks, as have been having phone/internet problems at home... and am all alone! [Waterworks]

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Japes

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Apologies. I've just realised I posted on the wrong thread.

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Wesley J

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... and crashed. [Frown]

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Alex Cockell

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Ship developers - this is actually a critical request.

IT appears that Ubuntu's managers have decided to remove Sun Java from their reporistories in Ubuntu 10.04 (the next release of their Linux distribution).

This will immediately put Ubuntu users up on a sandbar as GNU Java is not up to the same place... as soon as they upgrade.

Please could you ensure the cafe works fully with GNU Java (opengdk, I think) as well as Sun's? At least until Sun's product comes back in some form..

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Café development for issues affecting more than three people are slow going. I suggest avoiding Ubuntu build 10.04 if the Café is really that important to you.
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Doublethink.
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I believe it is nearly a year since we were told they were going to put sounds on.

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Doublethink.
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Sorry I didn't say hello when you came in pæse, I was on another window.

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