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Thread: Nasty Bug (block -> ql crash -> disabled account)

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    *insect
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    Nasty Bug (block -> ql crash -> disabled account)

    Someone has to report the bug, I as an insect feel obligated to do it

    After the big update there are a few database problems, like the problem with played maps stats

    I _suspect_ this sudden horde of blocked players may also be a database bug, as the scheme is very similar:
    block a player -> ql crashes -> remove the block -> your own account gets disabled.

    For examples - check these threads:
    http://www.quakelive.com/forum/showt...t-it-everytime

    http://www.quakelive.com/forum/showt...s-thread/page2

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    *americannon
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    Still broken!

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    *americannon
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    OSX. I knew about the bug too but thought it would be fixed by now (years?). It used to work as expected. The blocklist can also be cleared by logging in with another computer...

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    Junior Member the_spider is on a distinguished road
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    Well, let me guess: Windows - blocklist works; Linux - blocklist broken; OSX - blocklist broken. Hmmmm.... CR/LF conversion problem?

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    Junior Member the_spider is on a distinguished road
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    *ping* *ping* *ping*
    Wazzup? No one uses Linux anymore? Not even the devs? No fix for blocklist problems, weird bot movement etc. in Linux client? *Whimper* ...so sad... the penguin is dead... or?

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    *insect
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    That's 1 year old thread, I unblocked someone lately without any problems (in Windows).

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    This is a Linux specific issue that happens when you unblock a player. There is currently no preventative fix for this, but if you experience this issue we can fix it for your account. You will need to open a support ticket.

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