Might be old, but still made me laugh. 😉
Took me a while to figure out what went wrong.
With the new Firefox (v3) and the wordpress update, I was no longer able to see my WordPress stats on my dashboard.
Every (WordPress) login attempt, to see the stats, resulted in… Well nothing. I just kept getting back to the login page. No error.
Actually, I have “third-party cookies disabled” on all my browsers; I don’t like to have cookies from sites I do not visit. And this was the cause of the problem.
Simply add an exception for “*.wordpress.com” and you’ll be able to view all your stats again. 🙂
Been using it from time to time, and so far it has been great!
Maybe I’ll post some mini review about it some day.
Anyway, here’s a interview with one of the developers/leaders.
And a nice mail from them (reply to an idea of mine):
PS Bedankt voor de inspiratie voor blog post van twee weken terug op de next web:
(Zie TUINSLAK onderaan ergens)
In short: search my nick on the page.
/me feels famous. Great for my ego. 😉
Today I had to reinstall Bootcamp, and thus create a new Windows partition.
Trying the Bootcamp setup wizard, I got the same error as I had before – “Your disk cannot be partitioned because some files cannot be moved”.
I tried to Zero-Out-Data, overwriting all deleted data on the disk with 0’s. Yet this did not seem to solve the problem.
After deleting some big files, like my heroes & 24 episodes, I tried again. Still nothing.
I then remembered I had WoW Wrath of the Lich King installed (7ish Gb). Deleting the WoW folder and trying again, did solve the problem. I didn’t even have to zero-out-data again.
So, basicly, deleting big files (folders?!) seems to solve the problem too.
Is mine & is working. Happy again.
Mobistar also said the warranty is two years. No matter what Apple says.