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- Mar 10 2016, 7:10 PM (269 w, 5 d)
Jul 5 2017
One of our engineers is having a similar issue with slightly different error, running "arc install-certificate" would always fail with the following error:
May 18 2017
@avivey If you follow the steps in my description, you should be able to reproduce the problem. I'm also attaching a screenshot which indicates that a maniphest was reopened from "Accepted" to "Resolved" twice because the merge commit msg also contains the original commit msg "... fix T...."
@avivey I updated description to include version info, repeatable and steps to reproduce, is there anything else you guys need?
May 17 2017
@epriestley I see, tried the same steps and it doesn't play directly within chrome. Thanks for investigating.
@chad The first video still doesn't play in Chrome (Version 58.0.3029.110 (64-bit); seems working in FF and safari now.
This is what I see in chrome (Version 58.0.3029.110 (64-bit))
@avivey I no longer run into this problem, please feel free to close this bug.
@epriestley not sure if the current phabricator install has been upgraded to lastest code that contains this fix yet, but the first video included in this bug which is a mov file still doesn't play. If I download it, it works, so the mov file itself is working.
Mar 7 2017
@avivey Thanks! my php version is PHP 5.5.9, would you recommend upgrading? I didn't find anything in my php error log though, any suggestion where else I could look into to find out the cause?
Feb 16 2017
Jun 23 2016
Jun 1 2016
@chad Just want to follow up, does my latest comment explain my use case? is there any recommended workaround or future change that could help me with that?
May 24 2016
I see. Thanks chad.
May 23 2016
@chad Sorry that I didn't explain that clear enough in the description, here is what I'm trying to accomplish:
May 20 2016
Mar 12 2016
Not sure if this is the right place to request for this, in an earlier build, the cards have username of the task owner on it, which is convenient to do a quick search using Ctrl+F to find tasks by a particular username. In the latest stable build, usernames on the cards are replaced with user photos instead, which makes Ctrl+F by username impossible. I understand that "Advanced Filter" is a workaround, but it is less convenient.