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paulstraw commented on issue refile/refile#229
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@Sudrien, that's definitely a viable setup for someone who's running a single server with a writable filesystem, for sure! This issue is more for p…

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10.10.x here. I'm seeing the same issue, only on retina displays. I'm running Pixi 3.0.2, so it doesn't seem to be specific to Pixi 2, either.

paulstraw commented on issue refile/refile#229
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This issue unfortunately makes Refile near-unusable in a lot of situations. Namely, anyone running on a PaaS who isn't paying a lot of money for be…

paulstraw commented on issue refile/refile#209
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(This might not really be relevant to #209, but I felt weird commenting on #180 because it's closed. Sorry, everyone!)

paulstraw commented on issue refile/refile#209
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For what it's worth, I'm seeing issues similar to what's described in #180 using both CloudFront and CloudFlare (infrequently-requested assets tend…

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Body/integrator min/max velocity
paulstraw commented on issue refile/refile#118
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Hey all, just checking in on this issue. I just saw #119 and @jnicklas' comment on it. Is anyone already working on this? I'd be happy to tackle it…

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Addendum: It's actually best to never reference @current_user for that exact reason. The only reason it's set to an instance variable is to "cache"…

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@seanwash this works because of Ruby's implicit returns. In this case, calling the current_user method is preferable to referencing @current_user, …

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What is the best way to have 2 different select styles?
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Probably the quickest way to do that right now is have a wrapper div around your select, and style based on a class of that div. Something like this:

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Hey @Ricardonacif, is there a particular reason you closed this? As far as I can tell, it's still a valid issue, no?

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I'm seeing the same issue, and forcing redis-rb 3.2.0 fixes it for me as well.

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Can't edit homepage when GitHub Revisions is enabled
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I think what might be going on is that the instructions are incorrect. I had to copy _config/github_revisions/github_revisions.yaml from the repo to