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Re: Tapatalk 2 with TPF & iPhone

Post by jdaw1 » 11:52 Thu 08 Jan 2015

My tapatalk has now started showing pictures of, ahem, a certain nature. Some, indeed, unnatural.

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Re: Tapatalk 2 with TPF & iPhone

Post by djewesbury » 14:34 Thu 08 Jan 2015

Are these loosely classifiable as gentlemen's literature? If so, I warned you…
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Re: Tapatalk 2 with TPF & iPhone

Post by jdaw1 » 16:24 Thu 08 Jan 2015

It is not just the Port that is crusted.

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Post by djewesbury » 16:26 Thu 08 Jan 2015

And are these shown as being from an account called 'Regina'?
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Re: Tapatalk 2 with TPF & iPhone

Post by jdaw1 » 16:33 Thu 08 Jan 2015

Worryingly, “regina · The Port Forum”.

Ahh, now I understand. We have a Scunthorpe problem. Clicking “See More” leads to a thread entitled “2013 Künstler Hochheimer, which might be confusing some algorithms.

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Post by djewesbury » 16:36 Thu 08 Jan 2015

And what would be the confusion with '2013 Georg Breuer Auslese'? I'm not convinced. Künstler is a common name and also the German word for 'artist'; I think other things would come up first before the things we are seeing. And the images are meant to be ones that are extracted from the forum itself, not ones dredged up from elsewhere on the internet.

I would like a 'See Less' button.
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Re: Tapatalk 2 with TPF & iPhone

Post by jdaw1 » 16:45 Thu 08 Jan 2015

djewesbury wrote:And what would be the confusion with '2013 Georg Breuer Auslese'?
Please sir, whence comes the question? ‘See More’ leads to the linked thread, rather than one for, say, a less mis-readable name. I agree that it is a perfectly reasonable German word — but it is where ‘See More’ leads. Does the “full body” description of the wine further confuse the algorithm?

And no, I don’t know what to do about it.

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Re: Tapatalk 2 with TPF & iPhone

Post by djewesbury » 16:48 Thu 08 Jan 2015

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djewesbury wrote:And what would be the confusion with '2013 Georg Breuer Auslese'?
Please sir, whence comes the question? ‘See More’ leads to the linked thread, rather than one for, say, a less mis-readable name. I agree that it is a perfectly reasonable German word — but is it where ‘See More’ leads.

And no, I don’t know what to do about it.
I currently see 7 images that are linked with the name 'regina' and which all have similar content. One of them leads to the TN you mentioned, but one leads to the TN I mentioned. So I'm not certain this is algorithmic confusion. Which makes me worried about security.
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Re: Tapatalk 2 with TPF & iPhone

Post by jdaw1 » 16:55 Thu 08 Jan 2015

djewesbury wrote:I currently see 7 images that are linked with the name 'regina' and which all have similar content. One of them leads to the TN you mentioned, but one leads to the TN I mentioned. So I'm not certain this is algorithmic confusion. Which makes me worried about security.
Ahh, I didn’t realise that they lead to different places.

Edit: and you quoted before I edited.

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Re: Tapatalk 2 with TPF & iPhone

Post by jdaw1 » 21:06 Sat 10 Jan 2015

I have examined all the images uploaded by users to :TPF:, of which the worst was Derek mooning. So the images are not coming from there.

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Post by DRT » 20:46 Fri 23 Jan 2015

Is anyone else still seeing this welcome screen each time TapaTalk is launched?
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Post by djewesbury » 21:40 Fri 23 Jan 2015

Yep.
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Post by Glenn E. » 22:12 Fri 23 Jan 2015

Nope.
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Re: Tapatalk 2 with TPF & iPhone

Post by PhilW » 22:35 Fri 23 Jan 2015

Nope, but I didn't get your Apple-pron either.

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Post by djewesbury » 22:48 Fri 23 Jan 2015

PhilW wrote:Nope, but I didn't get your Apple-pron either.
Did you see Derek mooning?
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Re: Large bottle sizes: a campaign

Post by djewesbury » 13:01 Sun 25 Jan 2015

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Are you aware that 95% of the last post does not display in Tapatalk? Suspecting something was wrong I hit 'quote' and saw the concealed text.
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Re: Large bottle sizes: a campaign

Post by DRT » 13:13 Sun 25 Jan 2015

djewesbury wrote:Are you aware that 95% of the last post does not display in Tapatalk? Suspecting something was wrong I hit 'quote' and saw the concealed text.
Another triumph for those clever guys at TapaTalk. What a shambles.
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Re: Large bottle sizes: a campaign

Post by djewesbury » 13:14 Sun 25 Jan 2015

Quoted comments are displaying worse than ever nowadays in Tapatalk; you can basically forget about nested quotes.
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Re: Large bottle sizes: a campaign

Post by jdaw1 » 13:44 Sun 25 Jan 2015

djewesbury wrote:Quoted comments are displaying worse than ever nowadays in Tapatalk; you can basically forget about nested quotes.
Tapatalk is not optimised for triple-depth lists inside nasty legalese. It’s horrible in print; worse at a proper computer; and pointless on a small screen. Go get a drink.

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Re: Large bottle sizes: a campaign

Post by djewesbury » 13:55 Sun 25 Jan 2015

jdaw1 wrote:
djewesbury wrote:Quoted comments are displaying worse than ever nowadays in Tapatalk; you can basically forget about nested quotes.
Tapatalk is not optimised for triple-depth lists inside nasty legalese. It’s horrible in print; worse at a proper computer; and pointless on a small screen. Go get a drink.
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Re: Large bottle sizes: a campaign

Post by Glenn E. » 19:22 Sun 25 Jan 2015

It displays for me...
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Re: Large bottle sizes: a campaign

Post by djewesbury » 19:23 Sun 25 Jan 2015

Glenn E. wrote:It displays for me...
Can I just point out that Glenn's posts saying how well Tapatalk works on Android devices don't display properly on my phone.
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Re: Large bottle sizes: a campaign

Post by DRT » 19:40 Sun 25 Jan 2015

djewesbury wrote:
Glenn E. wrote:It displays for me...
Can I just point out that Glenn's posts saying how well Tapatalk works on Android devices don't display properly on my phone.
There is no one called Glen on my Tapatalk :roll:
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Re: Tapatalk 2 with TPF & iPhone

Post by jdaw1 » 20:56 Sun 25 Jan 2015

Preceding few posts moved by jdaw1 from Large bottle sizes: a campaign.

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Re: Tapatalk 2 with TPF & iPhone

Post by Glenn E. » 06:52 Mon 26 Jan 2015

djewesbury wrote:
Glenn E. wrote:It displays for me...
Can I just point out that Glenn's posts saying how well Tapatalk works on Android devices don't display properly on my phone.
That's because you're using it wrong.
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