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LJ v. 1.1-beta [Jun. 13th, 2002|09:18 pm]
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Where can I find updates to something released as v. 1.1-beta? I downloaded it last September. Its features are that it flashes in the system tray when your friends update...and in the history you can get the entry ID. LJ's entry ID system must have changed...because now it fetches a really low number which is of no use to me. Can I find an update which works somewhere?
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From: xenofalcon
2002-06-13 07:27 pm (UTC)
Your best bet is to use Google to search for it. If you do find it, give me a hollar so I can put it on the Downloads page. That is, of course, assuming that it's still being maintained.
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[User Picture]From: klayzen
2002-06-13 07:43 pm (UTC)

i dunno if this helps, but i think this might be it?

because LJ went to clustering, each user has individual itemids for their own journal. if you only have 400 odd entries, your itemids are only gonna go up to 400 odd.

it's a bit different if the entries are public, becuase then they run it through a hash value (so hackers can't just punch in ?journal=klayzen&itemid=1, then 2 then 3 etc. and step through my journal). I think the rest of the details might be in the docs?
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[User Picture]From: jingoro
2002-06-13 07:57 pm (UTC)

Re: i dunno if this helps, but i think this might be it?

Why would we care if hackers went up serially? They still can't read protected entries without appropriate access?
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[User Picture]From: klayzen
2002-06-13 08:31 pm (UTC)

Re: i dunno if this helps, but i think this might be it?

that's why they only hash the public ones :) if you use custom security )(or friends? not sure), you get the itemid # == journal entry #.

i also think it was pre-emptive to avoid the problem with stupid people: "here's your #10, the next one i can see is #12, Y R U CHEATING ON ME OMG I HATE YOU!!!!~~~~"
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From: forcefullyglad
2002-06-13 10:15 pm (UTC)
Well, there is still easy ways to find out if you've been filtered out of entries, you just click to the next entry or back and it gives the old error message.

Sometimes if I haven't anything to hide from my friends I'll make an empty private entry just in case anyone does that they'll think I'm being all secretive ;)
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[User Picture]From: jingoro
2002-06-14 04:41 am (UTC)
Ah, that last reason does make good sense. Thank you. Knew there had to be a reason.
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From: p1x13
2002-06-23 12:53 pm (UTC)

Re: i dunno if this helps, but i think this might be it?

You can see on the calendar if there are entries you cannot access....

As my ex knew before the "why did you hide that post from me" confrontation.... lol
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[User Picture]From: sema
2002-06-13 10:40 pm (UTC)
The last version can always be taken from here ljwin32_sema
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