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Rod, here's another FYI.
I was going to search something on Central this morning. I typed my query into the "find" box and got the pop-up shown above, after clicking the "Go!" button. I'm using Firefox, and was not signed into my Asylum account, if that means anything.
This must get beyond aggravating for you, chasing these needles in haystacks.
Edit: The pop-up happened after I clicked the "go" button, not before as I said originally.
Edits: 03/25/17Follow Ups:
I just bought another three SSL certificates and set up the one for db.audioasylum.com. As soon as I change the links on the menus, the forum pages should sow a complete 'Secure' message.
As usual, it's a scary message that means absolutely nothing. It should be resolved later today as it also requires installing the certificates, adding a dedicated IP for that domain and then editing all the links that call the search to add an 's' to http.
I'm unable to start a new thread anywhere on the Asylum. (Same thing on videoasylum.com.) That's why I'm using this reply to contact you. I can't see any other way.
I no longer have a 'new thread' form appearing at the bottom of the page of any forum's thread view. I've tried a couple different browsers, and also private/incognito mode to disable any script blockers. I can't see anything local that may be blocking it. I've tried logging out/in, no change.
We switched the new topic posting to a separate page to ensure that it would be fully secure. Sorry, more than a few people were confused because the post dialogue at the bottom disappeared when a new topic was posted causing the menus and other library snippets to be updated for the hmtl cache for the Classic view.
Just a simple idea of what you could do. I think the 'Post New Message' button/link would be best set it off on its own and then given an ID attribute so that it can easily be styled uniquely. It should probably also be labeled something like 'Start New Thread'.
The sea of buttons should probably be set out and styled as a list to make it more flexible. You can throw in the [ and ] using CSS's :before and :after pseudo-elements in the stylesheet. To remove them, I just made them transparent.
Ok, thanks. Wow. You buried it in just about the last place I'd look.
I was more concerned about letting you know that it was happening then I was with the actual pop-up.
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