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May 3 2019
Does this work for you? @tempest
Apr 23 2019
@Patrick I have set it to a temporary redirect now (302). In my tests in Firefox, the request is not being cached (server sends back the 302 each time according to Nginx logs)
Apr 19 2019
Works great! Thanks @mig5!
Apr 18 2019
I suggest not permanent redirection, otherwise browsers may cache old version.
Edited above comment a few times to fix syntax
Added this to /etc/nginx/sites-enabled/download.whonix.org.conf:
Apr 17 2019
Apr 15 2019
Another approach might be to use Nginx redirects (and a shell script or something, to maintain changes as new versions come out), so that URLs like https://download.whonix.org/ova/current/Whonix-XFCE-current.ova redirect to https://download.whonix.org/ova/18.104.22.168.4/Whonix-XFCE-22.214.171.124.4.ova . Useful?
It doesn't strike me as too hard to just add a 'current' symlink pointing to the latest release?
Apr 13 2019
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Nov 5 2018
Tracker updated at https://github.com/jthingelstad/foreground/issues/182
Oct 4 2018
No, not action buttons. But it's cool that this works now. Didn't know that's possible.
Darn, I see the top nav does click to drop but no links are usable in the drops.
Oct 3 2018
Oct 2 2018
I went ahead and toned down font-size on h tags a bit. Looks better although <h3> might need to drop a touch more, 1.5 instead of 1.6.
- style="width:800px'" fixed using https://www.whonix.org/wiki/Special:ReplaceText (long time user, awesome extension) Pages such as the https://www.whonix.org/wiki/Bridges no longer needlessly let mobile users to scroll empty content on the right which is good.
Oct 1 2018
Just a note, I change the mouseover pointer to cursor: text; just as the current textareas.
I see. No idea what's doing that. Could you try please to figure out
what's doing this?
Hutchy68 (Tom Hutchison):
Hutchy68 added a comment.> Not fixed: > > There is too much white space on the left and the right side of any wiki page. (I always have to zoom in to 130% - 150% to use all the space of the screen.) (That is in a maximized desktop browser window.) Sorry, I was misunderstanding your request. I set the `max-width` to 100%. Most website use a container with a max-width hard set to a number of pixels which is what Foreground does out of the box. You might find the 100% great on lots of pages, maybe not so on others. That would be your call. Anyway, the 100% is now set.
Sep 30 2018
There is too much white space on the left and the right side of any wiki page. (I always have to zoom in to 130% - 150% to use all the space of the screen.) (That is in a maximized desktop browser window.)
For CodeSelect multi line test: