Xandaros

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  1. It is indeed, though it does require a cache clear, at least in Firefox. In this case, I'm blaming the browser for this behaviour. The header contains the content type and it shouldn't use a cached version over the new one. In any case, you might want to update last-modified and etag to fix it. Or not. I doubt this affects many people, to be honest.
  2. Alright, I'm gonna bump this. I don't understand how this is still not fixed a month later. Guys, your download does not work. Unless you know how to circumvent it, you cannot download the Linux client. And it's such an easy fix. Let me reiterate: The download doesn't work!
  3. Well, the website claims it is text/plain: $ curl --head https://client.wurmonline.com/client/wurmlauncher.tar.gz HTTP/2 200 server: nginx date: Fri, 09 Oct 2020 08:15:06 GMT content-type: text/plain content-length: 3553204 last-modified: Thu, 11 Jul 2019 11:30:25 GMT vary: Accept-Encoding etag: "5d271dd1-3637b4" accept-ranges: bytes So if other browsers properly download the file, they are actually going against what the web server tells them. I did actually download the file with wget and had trouble extracting it. Interestingly, I just tried it again and it worked. I'll assume I did something wrong, then and the file is fine. The Content-Type header needs fixing, though.
  4. Hello, When clicking the link for the WurmLauncher.tar.gz on the download page, the browser opens it as a text file instead of downloading it as a file. The problem seems to be that the text server sets the Context-Type header to "text/plain" instead of something more sensible like "application/octet-stream". I also noticed that tar was unable to extract the file directly. Using something like "tar xf WurmLauncher.tar.gz" just resulted in tar: This does not look like a tar archive tar: Skipping to next header tar: Exiting with failure status due to previous errors Even if I specify the compression explicitly by using "xzf", tar was unable to extract the archive. Running gunzip first and then using tar to extract the now uncompressed tarball did work, though. I can't really explain what is going on here, but maybe you know more than I do. This is with GNU tar.
  5. Maybe the e-mail should include the server the deed is on to avoid any such confusion.
  6. I did join a deed on Epic at some point to finish my personal goals, when those were still a thing. I have no idea which server that was or what the deed was called, though. Apart from that brief excursion, I exclusively play on Freedom.
  7. So I received an e-mail yesterday warning me that my upkeep is down to 30 days. It mentioned the deed by name, but it wasn't my deed. It mentioned a villager, who was not part of my deed. (Presumably part of the other deed) When I logged in today, I checked the upkeep and I had about 4 months left. The character name was correct, though. In the e-mail: Character name: Xyonado Deed name: Morden Villager name: Elentari Actually: Character name: Xyonado Deed name: Amethyst Wharf I have multiple villagers.
  8. My new drake hide set which I won at this impalong
  9. I've not even considered that graphics might be an issue. I honestly don't care. Ships can look like they have set sails all the time for all I care, but if I could park my boat in less than 20 minutes, that would be great. +1
  10. How about a three-way option: All, Wild Only, None But yes, +1 PLEASE let me turn this off...
  11. I can also offer a lingonberry cog as prize if you want it.
  12. Are affinity meals going to be provided? I'd like to reserve rooms for Xyonado and Donitayo. I'll be doing Carpentry, Fine Carpentry, Ship Building and Masonry. I also have a vyn priest who is currently at 63 channelling. I hope to have him at 70 by the start of the impalong.
  13. Unmarked deeds: Portowy Jar [1190/170] Strathmore
  14. If you build a bridge alongside a stone wall and, when going up the bridge, touch the wall, you get teleported under the bridge. The horse stays on the bridge, but you cannot leave the bridge. If you then dismount, you find yourself completely under the bridge and you might not be able to get out. I put a stool next to my bridge to be able to get out if I get stuck. Without a vehicle nearby, it is impossible to escape. Here's a video of it happening: