We're now GDPR compliant

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We're now GDPR compliant

Post by jornmo » Saturday 02nd June 2018 4:54pm

Now we will bug you with those pesky 'I accept' this and that, and read all this and this :)

Enjoy 8-)

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Re: We're now GDPR compliant

Post by Got2BeFree » Friday 21st December 2018 6:48pm

This (GDPR) has been a PAIN in my butt! :x Even after jumping through all the hoops, I've been bugged by a pop up on every link I click. It worked ok at first, but after a few months the problems began. The only way I can log in, navigate, post, or reply is to open each link in a new tab. Each click has to be opened as a new tab.

I've tried clearing my browser cookies, clearing the board cookies from the link at the page bottom has done nothing to resolve this. Can someone please shake the db a little and hopefully that piece of stored data will fall out letting me start afresh? :lol:
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Post by Got2BeFree » Thursday 03rd January 2019 6:28pm

Any hope of getting this resolved?
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Re: We're now GDPR compliant

Post by Got2BeFree » Friday 04th January 2019 7:11pm

I've found a (temporary?) solution. Not sure why I started getting those popup notices months after I had accepted the cookie policy. I'd get the popup saying I needed to accept the policy, but there wasn't anything provided to accept. For fun and giggles I disabled my ad blocker, and low and behold a banner appeared before my very eyes allowing me to accept the cookie policy! Enabled the ad blocker again and all is still working correctly (for now).
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Re: We're now GDPR compliant

Post by stevedee » Friday 01st November 2019 4:29pm

Just stumbled over the "Gambas ONE cookie problem" when I picked up my wife's iPad to do a Gambas search. You can reproduce this by either using a computer on which you have never accepted cookies for this site, or by installing another web browser, or simply by deleting your GambasONE cookie.

The problem is that if a non-GambasONE user does a web search for (say) "Gambas did you know" the GambasONE site appears as one of the results in the search list. You can then open the link (that works fine) but if you try to select another page from that thread you get the "forum.gambas.one says You cannot access links on this board until you have accepted the Cookie Policy.".

There is no indication on how to accept the policy, and I believe the only way is actually to go to:-
http://forum.gambas.one
...and start from there by selecting the "I accept" link.

This problem may be losing traffic for Gambas ONE

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Re: We're now GDPR compliant

Post by cogier » Saturday 02nd November 2019 1:25pm

I am informed that this should now be fixed. The top man Jorno has been looking at this for me.

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Re: We're now GDPR compliant

Post by stevedee » Saturday 02nd November 2019 2:00pm

cogier wrote:
Saturday 02nd November 2019 1:25pm
...top man Jorno has been looking at this...
Thanks top-men Jornmo & cogier!
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Re: We're now GDPR compliant

Post by jornmo » Saturday 02nd November 2019 9:11pm

Hello good fellas!

I have been sort of absent for some time, caught up with life's twists and turns.
Sorry for the pesky GDPR-behaviour. It was due to a mis-configured plugin.
Please report back if you still have got issues.

Coiger - that sounds like something I hear when in Italy - buongiorno, pronounced bonn djorno, meaning good morning :lol:

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