Page 9 of 10

Re: Please post all bugs in our Mantis bug tracker, NOT here

Posted: Thu Dec 12, 2013 11:27 pm
by xander
Flitzpiepe wrote:
xander wrote:That is the page for creating a forum account. The tracker is here: http://bugs.introversion.co.uk/login_page.php . I believe that the page is protected by .htaccess, so you will need to give it your forum credentials to get to the tracker login page. You will then have to create a tracker account, as well.

xander


From the link i posted you come to an overview where the mentioned link from you can be find - and if i visit this page, entering my forum credentials, i get the mentioned error ...

Frankly, I don't know which stage of the authentication is failing. As I said, when you try to access the tracker, you first have to use your forum credentials to get through the first round of authentication, then you have to create a new account for the tracker. Can you provide screenshots of the authentication dialogs that you are filling out and the errors that you are getting?

xander

Re: Please post all bugs in our Mantis bug tracker, NOT here

Posted: Fri Dec 13, 2013 10:59 am
by Flitzpiepe
xander wrote:
Flitzpiepe wrote:
xander wrote:That is the page for creating a forum account. The tracker is here: http://bugs.introversion.co.uk/login_page.php . I believe that the page is protected by .htaccess, so you will need to give it your forum credentials to get to the tracker login page. You will then have to create a tracker account, as well.

xander


From the link i posted you come to an overview where the mentioned link from you can be find - and if i visit this page, entering my forum credentials, i get the mentioned error ...

Frankly, I don't know which stage of the authentication is failing. As I said, when you try to access the tracker, you first have to use your forum credentials to get through the first round of authentication, then you have to create a new account for the tracker. Can you provide screenshots of the authentication dialogs that you are filling out and the errors that you are getting?

xander


I visit your link, enter my credentials, get this error:

Image

Re: Please post all bugs in our Mantis bug tracker, NOT here

Posted: Mon Dec 16, 2013 3:34 am
by _alphaBeta_
Just something to try. It's happened in the past.
_alphaBeta_ wrote:Does your password have any "unusual" characters in it? Try changing your forum password to standard alphanumeric characters with no spaces etc. Way back when I think the portal had issues with special characters, even though the forum accepted them. Just an idea.

From earlier in this thread.

Re: Please post all bugs in our Mantis bug tracker, NOT here

Posted: Mon Dec 16, 2013 12:26 pm
by Flitzpiepe
_alphaBeta_ wrote:Just something to try. It's happened in the past.
_alphaBeta_ wrote:Does your password have any "unusual" characters in it? Try changing your forum password to standard alphanumeric characters with no spaces etc. Way back when I think the portal had issues with special characters, even though the forum accepted them. Just an idea.

From earlier in this thread.


My initial password had only normal characters in it, nothing else. Have changed it - won't work either :/

Is there a different way to search the bug database for a bug/report one?

Re: Please post all bugs in our Mantis bug tracker, NOT here

Posted: Wed Dec 18, 2013 7:31 am
by Flitzpiepe
Flitzpiepe wrote:
_alphaBeta_ wrote:Just something to try. It's happened in the past.
_alphaBeta_ wrote:Does your password have any "unusual" characters in it? Try changing your forum password to standard alphanumeric characters with no spaces etc. Way back when I think the portal had issues with special characters, even though the forum accepted them. Just an idea.

From earlier in this thread.


My initial password had only normal characters in it, nothing else. Have changed it - won't work either :/

Is there a different way to search the bug database for a bug/report one?


Noone which can help me here? ...

Re: Please post all bugs in our Mantis bug tracker, NOT here

Posted: Fri Dec 27, 2013 2:51 am
by ATSgaming
Hi,
I'm new to Introversion. I bought Prison Architect and posted up a new bug on Mantis. http://bugs.introversion.co.uk/view.php?id=3215. The bug I'm currently having a problem with is that when the prisoners get arrested, they are never Ever taken back to their cells, or put into solitary confinement. So I'm wondering if anyone else is having the same problem as me.

Thanks! :D

Small bug when saving game for first time.

Posted: Fri Dec 27, 2013 4:11 pm
by Terro1888
This may have been picked up before but when you change the name of your save when first saving the keyboard still controls the game in the background. i.e WASD still moves the camera around. Not really a big issue but just something to polish. =) (Alpha 15)

Thanks,

Terro1888

Re: Please post all bugs in our Mantis bug tracker, NOT here

Posted: Fri Dec 27, 2013 4:47 pm
by _alphaBeta_
ATSgaming wrote:Hi,
I'm new to Introversion. I bought Prison Architect and posted up a new bug on Mantis. http://bugs.introversion.co.uk/view.php?id=3215. The bug I'm currently having a problem with is that when the prisoners get arrested, they are never Ever taken back to their cells, or put into solitary confinement. So I'm wondering if anyone else is having the same problem as me.

Thanks! :D

If you've already reported the issue, this isn't the ideal place to discuss it. This was just an announcement thread pointing the community to the Mantis bug tracker, and has evolved a little to discuss its implementation. All told, it looks like you resolved it yourself per your comments in Mantis.

Terro1888 wrote:This may have been picked up before but when you change the name of your save when first saving the keyboard still controls the game in the background. i.e WASD still moves the camera around. Not really a big issue but just something to polish. =) (Alpha 15)

Thanks,

Terro1888

This was one of the first bugs reported: Mantis Artifact ID 39. The Mantis tracker actually has a very robust search mechanism, and I'll venture a guess that it would be helpful to the developers to add your findings to an existing report instead of making new ones. Duplicates can be very distracting.

Re: Please post all bugs in our Mantis bug tracker, NOT here

Posted: Fri Dec 27, 2013 6:59 pm
by Master-Guy
Alpha 16 issue:
Steam workshop uploading of mods does not work

http://bugs.introversion.co.uk/view.php?id=3221

Re: Please post all bugs in our Mantis bug tracker, NOT here

Posted: Thu Jan 09, 2014 10:13 am
by Flitzpiepe
Finally, i can login - whatever it was - i am glad to now have access to mantis. The bug i had was found during that time: Steam problem - a short question: If i found issues like Steam does not delete all local game content allthough it is intended to do that - is this a bug for the database? Who is Careholder for that? Valve?

Re: Please post all bugs in our Mantis bug tracker, NOT here

Posted: Wed May 21, 2014 7:15 pm
by WarpedPerspectiv
When I try to log in to get to the tracker, it simply clears the Username and Password fields and leaves me on the login form.

Re: Please post all bugs in our Mantis bug tracker, NOT here

Posted: Sun May 25, 2014 1:16 am
by Reef
I don't have permissions to do stuff properly myself, so I tag issues with Duplicate or Resolved instead.

http://bugs.introversion.co.uk/search.p ... g=Resolved
http://bugs.introversion.co.uk/search.p ... =duplicate
http://bugs.introversion.co.uk/search.p ... bug+report
http://bugs.introversion.co.uk/search.p ... ABugReport

There is like 3000 or so bugs to consider. If we are ever going to get to the bottom of the barrel, those issues need to be linked and their status needs to be changed.

Re: Please post all bugs in our Mantis bug tracker, NOT here

Posted: Sun May 25, 2014 1:20 am
by RGeezy911
In my opinion, a few dedicated people should be given the rank of "updater" on Mantis. I would gladly go through the list and mark duplicates.

Re: Please post all bugs in our Mantis bug tracker, NOT here

Posted: Sun May 25, 2014 3:19 pm
by Reef
RGeezy911 wrote:In my opinion, a few dedicated people should be given the rank of "updater" on Mantis. I would gladly go through the list and mark duplicates.

The number and level of dedication of people in question is not important - their qualifications are.

The way we do it now (with issue notes and tags) is inefficient, because every operation must be done twice: once by a Reporter-level user and a second time by someone with the proper permissions. Developers approve the bug triaging instead of fixing bugs.

Re: Please post all bugs in our Mantis bug tracker, NOT here

Posted: Fri May 30, 2014 12:28 pm
by prokaryote
It seems like I can't login with my forum credentials. I always get the error "Failed to authenticate user. Did you type in your username / password correctly?" that is also shown when I just type in random words. My password only consists of numbers and letters (capital and non-capital), but is relatively long.