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Aug 21 2023
It looks like The Obey Me Wiki was never closed or deleted from Miraheze? The redirect to obeymewiki.com seems to be gone now, but obeyme.miraheze.org pages are still live and showing up in some search results.
Jul 10 2023
The move seems to have been a success and nothing is missing or broken, so yes it would be fine to delete the wiki from Miraheze now. Thank you.
Jul 4 2023
Jun 22 2023
My wiki (obeymewiki) is having the same problem.
Jun 14 2023
Jun 9 2023
The second attempt also resulted in status "Failed."
After waiting a few hours, the Status of the image dump has changed to "Failed" and is a non-existent file of 0 bytes.
Jun 8 2023
Jun 4 2023
I apologize, I asked this here on phabricator because I didn't think this would be considered a "general support" question, but a request to change my wiki's system settings. I don't fully understand what I seem to have found in trying to research this myself, but it seems like this should be possible by using MediaWiki API?
Jun 1 2023
This issue is continuing to consistently happen on my wiki. Not a single mp4 file added since this error started has been able to generate a thumbnail image.
May 26 2023
May 23 2023
I forgot to mention this before, but this is something being experienced by multiple uses on my wiki, with various browsers uses and both on PC and mobile.
May 17 2023
May 2 2023
My wiki (obeymewiki) is also having this problem with no thumbnails appearing for videos. If I try to preview a missing thumbnail I get this message:
Apr 6 2023
Mar 23 2023
Mar 17 2023
Mar 16 2023
Feb 28 2023
Oh, thank you! I checked the "Special:ManageWiki/extensions" and configuration options for Visual Editor, but when I didn't find anything there, I didn't think to check on the general settings page.
Feb 6 2023
Dec 18 2022
Oh, I didn't realize this was a change I could make myself. Thank you very much for the help!
Dec 1 2022
Thank you very much!
Nov 29 2022
Nov 20 2022
Well I don't get the exact same error message anymore, but now I'm having this new error message continually popping up:
I do seem to have stopped running into that error on the wiki, so thank you!
Nov 19 2022
Nov 9 2022
The reason I noticed the image missing is because I visited a page the image was used on and it wouldn't load, no matter how many refreshes or purging of the page I tried, so I checked it's file page and got that error. But the image appears on that page now, so good I guess?
I have found another missing image, this time with a different error message.
Nov 4 2022
Oct 3 2022
It isn't fixed still. Sometimes loading of pages is just insanely slow, but repeatedly for the past hour I keep getting 503/502 errors.
Aug 8 2022
Jul 4 2022
That's unfortunate; I guess I'll just stick to the player having a play/pause button and little else so that it can fit within the tables we use. Thanks for letting me know.
I don't have a MediaWiki account so I'm just going to post this here.
Jul 2 2022
Oh, thank you. I assumed that because the example website for the DarkMode extension was Miraheze that is was an extension maintained here.
Jul 1 2022
Jun 27 2022
I'm still figuring out how this extension works, but maybe this issue has something to do with the class "client-dark-mode" not being added to elements with the class "p-navbar" when using the dark theme. Both the header and footer navigation use this class.
Jun 26 2022
Jun 23 2022
Jun 22 2022
It does looks like the Tweeki skin works now, or at least using it doesn't break the wiki. There still seem to be display issues, like the fixed footer not being fixed anymore and CSS styles not working the way they did before the update. I guess my wiki will just stick to the Chameleon skin, though it's good to know if something else happens with that skin then we'll have a backup skin.
Well if that's the case, I wish they would have made it optional for audio files to either open in a new window as before or play inline, because now the only way to make the player fit in my sortable tables is to gut the controls and put it in a div with overlap hidden.
Jun 21 2022
No worries, and thank you very much!
Jun 20 2022
Sure! This is a page that uses a lot of audio files that are in a table: https://www.obeymewiki.com/wiki/Majolish/Background_Music
Jun 19 2022
This is an issue my wiki is still having. Our license is set to CC BY-NC 4.0, but on edit pages the text above the "save changes" button reads as "Please note that all contributions to The Obey Me Wiki are considered to be released under the Creative Commons Attribution Share Alike (see The Obey Me Wiki:Copyrights for details)."
Jun 18 2022
Thank you so very much! Now I can get to work formatting the Chameleon skin to be our stand-in until our original skin is hopefully available again.
I tried using it again and it still does not work. I get this error, which I can't tell if it's the same error or not:
Jun 16 2022
Okay, well I guess hopefully having found the only other culprit and it not being another upstream issue is good news. I had no idea the update was going to cause such major problems for my wiki.
Okay thank you, that did work and now the site is back up again.
I was able to get to the skins by the extensions page and then get to the Special:ManageWiki/settings page to change the default skin to Chameleon, but this this error returned:
What should I do then? If it's another skin causing the error, would removing all but the basic skins fix it? Then I could at least test other skins, and if installing a skin again causes the error to return, as least I'd know which skin is the problem.
Okay this is really bad. The skin we use is broken, but I also can't even try using and editing other skins to find a new one to use in the meantime.
I've encountered another error when trying to change the skin by visiting Special:Preferences
Oh...well that's bad. I had a nightmare like this. Oh crap. Is it possible to temporarily revert the MediaWiki update just for our wiki? At least until I have the time to scramble and try to get another skin working properly?
Thank you. Would it be possible to have an estimate of when - if fixed - we will be able to change our wiki back to the tweeki skin? While it's very good the wiki itself is accessible again, much of the content is broken or missing, as it depends on using the tweeki skin.
That would be a great help, thank you.
I can't access the wiki to do so. Every single page shows that error.
Okay, thank you. Is there anything that can be done in the meantime so the wiki is at least accessible to its users?
May 26 2022
Alright, thank you for the assistance!
May 1 2022
I see, thank you! I'll do that.
I've noticed that this extension has been added to the list of available extensions, but with "Requires: Permissions - managewiki-restricted"
Apr 29 2022
Oh I'll try that, thanks.
Okay, thank you.
All I did to get the error was visit the Special:Moderation page when there was a pending edit, try clicking the "edit" button to make changes, and then I get the error.
Apr 26 2022
Thank you so much!
Apr 25 2022
I'm sorry I don't mean to rush anyone and I know people are busy, but could someone please help with this? I'm having a lot of trouble running my wiki because half the special pages I rely on to monitor things don't work, they're just too outdated.
Apr 24 2022
Apr 23 2022
Apr 22 2022
Apr 17 2022
@Reception123 Thank you very much!
Apr 16 2022
I haven't had that happen before, but I found this guide that might help? https://windowsreport.com/browser-storage-mega-full/
I see, I didn't know about patrolling SocialProfile pages being an issue. That's really unfortunate. I was indeed able to edit the user pages by going to Special:EditProfile. Seems odd that the regular edit button doesn't work, or even give any message as to why it isn't working. SocialProfile seems to have some strange complications for a stable extension, but thank you for helping with it.
Apr 15 2022
Apr 13 2022
Thank you for importing all of the wiki pages so quickly, but what about all of the images that also need to be imported? They're all contained in the second link I listed. Do I need to create another task for those?
Apr 11 2022
Mar 31 2022
Mar 30 2022
I do have the PageTriage extension, but while the Special:NewPagesFeed lists regular content pages, it doesn't seem to list new templates, talk pages, or user pages, as all of those - including the unpatrolled pages - are not listed.
Oh, well that's disappointing. What should I do about the missing "mark as patrolled" link for my wiki then? I'd assumed it was related to the skin my wiki uses, but changing to different skins didn't fix the issue.