OK, when using Firefox 37.0.1, I am running into some odd issues.
If I am not logged in, I can click on the heading for a forum, the page will go translucent for a second or two, then the page changes to the new page, and the translucent effect goes away.
If I am logged in, I click a heading for a forum, and the page goes translucent, and dies. It never moves beyond that point.
I can click on the Read More link, for the latest post in a forum, and I can see that post. But, if I try to click on one of the breadcrumb links, I get the same result - the screen goes translucent, and I am stuck.
I have tried it in Chromium, Midori, Opera, Vivaldi, and Epiphany. All of them work as they should, the problem seems to be limited to Firefox. I just got Palemoon re-installed, and it does work. I figured with it being joined at the hip to Firefox, it would not. Perhaps it being so far behind Firefox development is the trick.
Yes, I cleared cache, and that made no difference. And no, I will not stop using Firefox.
@los.0.logs pretty much nothing has changed my opinion of NodeBB. This platform sucks! And that is as polite as I can make it. I’ve an unused XenForo license I am sorely tempted to renew and donate to the Antergos project, just so YOUR community members don’t have to put up with this pig-in-a-poke platform.
You know, I saw your frustrated post, asking people with problems to post appropriately. I feel your pain, I really do. Trust me, it is just as excruciatingly painful for forum members to find help, as it is for Antergos devs to provide it. If there were just some way of establishing proper moderator permissions (which have yet to happen after what, 2 or 3 WEEKS?!?), then maybe those of us you promoted to that status could be helping you out. Know how long it takes to grant a user moderator permissions in XenForo? It’s a single mouse-click, and you’re finished. No need to SSH into any server directories, to issue some arcane CLI commands, because you can do it all in a GUI.
I get it. You tried doing a new Web site (which is coming together nicely, BTW). But you did that at the same time you were trying to downgrade a phpBB3 forum into this flippin’ NodeBB nightmare, which was at the same time you were trying to get Minimal ISO images released, which was at the same time you were trying to get Cnchi 0.8 wrapped up, and then along came GNOME 3.16, and on, and on.
You got caught in a perfect storm.
So, howzabout we have a real discussion on how we can move forward, with making this a better place for everyone?