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Version 444 Anonymous Board owner 06/23/2021 (Wed) 22:25:58 Id: 8287cf [Preview] No. 1089
https://youtube.com/watch?v=0OmOQs0ziSU [Embed]
This whole vid is great. Watching a ton of this stuff was a decent whack of my vacation.
windows
zip: https://github.com/hydrusnetwork/hydrus/releases/download/v444/Hydrus.Network.444.-.Windows.-.Extract.only.zip
exe: https://github.com/hydrusnetwork/hydrus/releases/download/v444/Hydrus.Network.444.-.Windows.-.Installer.exe
macOS
app: https://github.com/hydrusnetwork/hydrus/releases/download/v444/Hydrus.Network.444.-.macOS.-.App.dmg
linux
tar.gz: https://github.com/hydrusnetwork/hydrus/releases/download/v444/Hydrus.Network.444.-.Linux.-.Executable.tar.gz

I had an ok week getting back to speed. There's some new help regarding the new PTR accounts and I fixed some bugs.

accounts and help

If you use the PTR, you may have seen a note appear on the public account that it is now 'read only' and can now only download updates. If you would like to upload tags, siblings, or parents, please generate your own account either by clicking the popup button you get when trying to upload, or just hit up the PTR on services->manage services and click the easy button there. This pretty much completes the long project me and the guys running the PTR have been working on: moving all uploading users to their own still-anon-but-seperate accounts so the janitors can work through groups of petitions and undo future mistakes without it all being merged together in one account. I have given both of these pages a complete pass to represent the changes and updated screenshots etc... to be more modern:

https://hydrusnetwork.github.io/hydrus/help/access_keys.html
https://hydrusnetwork.github.io/hydrus/help/privacy.html

The privacy page now compiles the various conversations I have had with users over time and most recently about this account change, and my current understanding of exactly how private a hydrus repo is (really good), and what you can do to make it almost perfect, even against esoteric problems or an untrustworthy administrator (basically using a VPN is always a good idea when you are doing anything fun online, and don't tag your private photos on the PTR with your real name lol). I have tried to be comprehensive and even tried to imagine some advanced future problems, so it is a long read, but I'll try to keep updating all my thoughts to there so it can be a good reference point in future. If you are interested in this stuff, please read it and let me know what I have missed or if you have any other ideas!

Also, if you are a Linux user and get OOM (out of memory) crashes, please check the new thorough user-written guide linked in this new 'running' section here:

https://hydrusnetwork.github.io/hydrus/help/getting_started_installing.html#running
https://hydrusnetwork.github.io/hydrus/help/Fixing_Hydrus_Random_Crashes_Under_Linux.md

all misc otherwise this week

I rewrote a heap of thread-UI object interactions that should improve stability on some Linux flavours and also get rid of the 'QtDeadWindow' errors some users have seen (usually in manage tags).

The new popup message button that fills in subscription gaps would sometimes not assign the correct downloader (usually when the button was opening a new page). This should be fixed!

A variety of error reporting is more reliable and presents better text.

An odd error when loading the downloader .png files is fixed, so if you were unable to import new downloaders in the past few weeks, please try again and let me know how you get on!


Anonymous Board owner 06/23/2021 (Wed) 22:26:37 Id: 8287cf [Preview] No.1090 del
full list

- gave the 'access keys' and 'privacy' help pages a complete pass. the access keys section talks about the read-only shared key, and how to generate you own account, and the privacy section now compiles, as comprehensively as I could, our various discussions about multiple accounts, what you shouldn't upload to the PTR (basically your own name lol), self-signed https certificates, and what information is actually stored on an account
- expanded the 'getting started - installing' help page with a 'how to run the client' section, including bundling the excellent Linux virtual memory guide written by a user
- fixed the new 'fill in subscription with gap downloader' button, which was initialising with the wrong downloader at times (usually on the first gap downloader opened, when it opened a new page with it)
- you can now set 'all known files' for the tag autocomplete in 'write' contexts (e.g. manage tags dialog) when not in advanced mode
- cleaned up how a variety of delayed UI calls are registered and present information about themselves. every UI job now has a nice human name for debug purposes. this should improve program stability and clear some odd rare errors when closing some dialogs (this mostly affected certain linux users)
- when an asynchronous UI job fails with a dead window, or if fails to publish to its window for a non-dead reason and then the window dies before that failure returns, the error handling code now catches and silences the error. an example of this would be clicking 'refresh account' on review services, then closing the window before the lagging job raises 'connection failure'
- when windows are rescued from off screen, their frame key is now stated in the popup note
- if your version of OpenCV is unable to load PNG files, your client should now be able to load serialised object PNGs (like those in the downloader system) correctly (the same PIL fallback for regular media files now works for deserialisation too)
- the hydrus log path is finally month-zero-padded, ha ha ha
- misc cleanup and label fixes

next week

I got caught up in some behind the scenes admin work this week (mostly fun updating my IDE to python 3.8), and the help docs, which I really wanted to fill out, so I regret my actual changelog is so light. Should be back to full steam next week. I'll hammer away at the reports and profiles I have of lagging UI and get back to grinding at multiple local file services.


Anonymous 06/24/2021 (Thu) 21:27:34 Id: a315a8 [Preview] No.1091 del
Does the watcher support watching twitter profiles? If not what do you recommend for scraping twitter.


Anonymous Board owner 06/30/2021 (Wed) 07:30:20 Id: a85949 [Preview] No.1092 del
>>1091
Try the 'subscriptions' system:

https://hydrusnetwork.github.io/hydrus/help/getting_started_subscriptions.html

For twitter, which can be pretty quick, I recommend setting the 'checker options' on the subscription so it checks at least once a day.


Release Tomorrow! Anonymous Board owner 06/30/2021 (Wed) 07:30:38 Id: a85949 [Preview] No.1093 del
I had a great week mostly working on optimisation and cleanup. Busy clients should be a bit snappier. I also fixed some bugs!

The release should be as normal tomorrow.



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