Some host processes were killed unexpectedly due to a configuration error, causing some dynamic files like Airio DB files to not be saved.
This is quite unfortunately and more so because I noticed I didn't back up those files So there's nothing to be done at this point.
Will make sure to back those up as well.
SSL has been added to lfsworld.net, *.lfsmanual.net and img.lfs.net now.
I think I've updated all links pointing there.
I'm not enforcing it hard (always redirecting to https) on www.lfsworld.net yet though, because I need to assess usage of e.g. pubstat in the different applications it's being called from. Not sure they can all handle a redirect and / or ssl. So that means plain http lfsworld will still work for now.
Hm I cannot seem to reproduce this.
Take note that you cannot rate your own files or when you're not logged in. But as you make the comparison between browsers and mention weirdness with opera, I guess that's not the case?
I've moved the "user/" part into the user editable field so that you can now include "channel/" in your YouTube name. Not really ideal, but it needs to be this way for now as old accounts with "user/namehere" may not work with "channel/namehere" so it's not a drop in replacement unfortunately.
I am sorry to hear about this.
I can see two failed payment attempts registered to you today. If you do see one of these registered on your card, then that is a so called "ghost reservation". It was an authorisation request that made it through to your bank, but because on our end it's not registered as authorised, we will not send the "settle" command to actually transfer the funds, with the result that this authorisation on your card will be reverted soon. This can take a few days though.
I do not know why it went wrong however. Perhaps a temporary error somewhere along the line. Or maybe you closed your browser before you returned to our website?
In any case, feel free to try again at a later time.
For more details, please contact us at https://www.lfs.net/mailus , like kristofferandersen suggested. Perhaps we can then provide a bit more detail on these failed payment attempts.