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offline john-gr
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 censored words
 Posted on: 08/19/06 at 08:17:34

censored words is not work with greek lang.





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offline bantychick
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 Re: censored words
 Posted on: 08/19/06 at 08:54:29

I remember this bug. How did this bug get lost?
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offline john-gr
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 Re: censored words
 Posted on: 08/19/06 at 09:01:53

good question.





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offline Jack Deth
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 Re: censored words
 Posted on: 08/19/06 at 16:32:56

was the bug with censored words ever fixed?

the one where if you put in a word like "tooth" and someone writes "toothless" then it censors the whole word and not just the tooth part...  like "t**th" and not "t**thless"

maybe that fix caused problems with the greek language?



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offline bantychick
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 Re: censored words
 Posted on: 08/19/06 at 16:38:59

No I think the Greek bug is an old one if I remember right. Right John?

We didn't mess with the word splitting censoring yet.
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offline john-gr
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 Re: censored words
 Posted on: 08/26/06 at 20:10:38

is a greek bug or bug for other lang except english?





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offline bantychick
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 Re: censored words
 Posted on: 08/27/06 at 01:50:43

I think it is for languages with non-english characters (other than a-z).
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 Re: censored words
 Posted on: 08/29/06 at 12:05:48

Yes, right, the part-time-word-bug was fixed by using the word delimiters:

s/\b$word\b/$censored/gi


About the Greek Problem:

[*] which character is used as seperator in the censor it screen? is it the = ? Or maybe it's something else?

[*]casesensitiveness is not defined for other characters than a-zA-Z, so that the /i flag is no use. With different language-special-characters you would have to ADD all variants to the censor-admin-screen

[*]could you provide a screenshot of when the censorit didn't work? I might come up with something.


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offline abywn
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 Re: censored words
 Posted on: 08/29/06 at 16:23:09

I'll try to create a censorproblem here with the german δφό and see if it will be filtered out.

The german word for bear is BΔR and I am curious if it is filtered out.
[list]
  • bδr ?
  • BΔR ?
  • bΔr ?
  • bδr?
  • BΔR?
  • bΔr?

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    offline abywn
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     Re: censored words : SOLUTION
     Posted on: 08/29/06 at 16:29:12

    The Solution to this problem simply is:
    as I mentioned above



    casesensitiveness is not defined for other characters than a-zA-Z, so that the /i flag is no use. With different language-special-characters you would have to ADD all variants of that character to the censor-admin-screen

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