tried with ES smilies
With chrome emojis, works fine.
No big deal, just thought you'd like to know...
was anything fixed in any of hte notifications systems?
we've had a significant increase in posting the last several days, which is good, but it's a lot more than we've had in a while. it's been where i could easily read all new posts each day, and answer questins, etc., and have time to also check each new member for spammity stuff, b ut theres enough new posts and replies that i can't even keep up with that.
So the horizontal color bar at the top is you execution time legend?Just FYI for everyone.
We're taking a short break from working on the site for a bit because we're working on building an innovative debugging tool that will make Xenforo ( and other software ) loads easier to work on.
Here is a proof of concept output of the execution flow so far, from this tool we're building.
The top is code running our in-house PHP ultra high performance framework.
The bottom is what the PHP framework underlying Xenforo is doing while being asked to do roughly the same work.
The depth, which looks like mountains, represents how many function calls were chained together. The Xenforo framework can go down to 64 function calls deep, whereas we max out at 5 with our framework.
The reason i provide this visual is to show the degree of how much additional work is involved in debugging Xenforo which eats up our time and makes our lives hard.
Basically we are making some power tools for working on this system before we get much deeper into it so that we can counter the negative effects of working on this this very high complexity system.
We should be back in motion in a week or two with upgrades and fixes for Xenforo.
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So the horizontal color bar at the top is you execution time legend?
And the stalactite waterfall's color coding shows execution time for the chained function calls?
I noticed that using quotes vs no quotes provide slightly different results, although not necessarily with the same logic as I would have expected. I can't tell if it's grabbing the exact term or providing results where the term is also part of a word or phrase. I was expecting the former.You're great at breaking things, AW!
That one setting - 'word stemming' was causing 'ups' to also search for 'up'..
..apparently it is not very smart and yep, that setting's got to go.
Give it another go?