Version 0.16.47

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Version 0.16.47

Postby FactorioBot » Thu May 31, 2018 7:45 am

Bugfixes
  • Fixed wall related consistency check related to modded walls with altered collision boxes. (60677)
  • Fixed inconsistent train direction when reversing in a train vehicle that is not a locomotive. (60633)
  • Fixed that having more than 6 products didn't fit the ui, as it wasn't wrapped. (60636)
  • The system data path is removed from the log when it's automatically uploaded by the crash reporter.
  • IP addresses are no longer hashed in the log file. All IP addresses are removed from the log when it's automatically uploaded by the crash reporter.
  • Fixed crash when placing an entity with title while backers list was emptied.

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Re: Version 0.16.47

Postby Aeternus » Thu May 31, 2018 9:29 am

Recently reported bugs fixed quickly again. Nice to see the good work continue :)
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Re: Version 0.16.47

Postby Gergely » Thu May 31, 2018 12:42 pm

FactorioBot wrote:Bugfixes
  • The system data path is removed from the log when it's automatically uploaded by the crash reporter.
  • IP addresses are no longer hashed in the log file. All IP addresses are removed from the log when it's automatically uploaded by the crash reporter.

Oh no... it's happening.

:shock:
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Re: Version 0.16.47

Postby SuperSandro2000 » Thu May 31, 2018 6:35 pm

Gergely wrote:
FactorioBot wrote:Bugfixes
  • The system data path is removed from the log when it's automatically uploaded by the crash reporter.
  • IP addresses are no longer hashed in the log file. All IP addresses are removed from the log when it's automatically uploaded by the crash reporter.

Oh no... it's happening.

:shock:

GDPR? :lol:
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Re: Version 0.16.47

Postby Gergely » Thu May 31, 2018 8:03 pm

SuperSandro2000 wrote:
Gergely wrote:
FactorioBot wrote:Bugfixes
  • The system data path is removed from the log when it's automatically uploaded by the crash reporter.
  • IP addresses are no longer hashed in the log file. All IP addresses are removed from the log when it's automatically uploaded by the crash reporter.

Oh no... it's happening.

:shock:

GDPR? :lol:

Just... why? I mean, none of these changes make any sense!
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Re: Version 0.16.47

Postby SuperSandro2000 » Thu May 31, 2018 9:46 pm

Gergely wrote:
SuperSandro2000 wrote:GDPR? :lol:

Just... why? I mean, none of these changes make any sense!

Actually they do. You get a lot more control over your privacy even if you life in the US.
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Re: Version 0.16.47

Postby Gergely » Thu May 31, 2018 10:20 pm

SuperSandro2000 wrote:Actually they do. You get a lot more control over your privacy even if you life in the US.

This is the second time in 24 hours that someone guessed it wrong.

I am an EU citizen.

Do I write in English that good despite it not being my native language?
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Re: Version 0.16.47

Postby Jap2.0 » Thu May 31, 2018 10:55 pm

Gergely wrote:
SuperSandro2000 wrote:Actually they do. You get a lot more control over your privacy even if you life in the US.

This is the second time in 24 hours that someone guessed it wrong.

I am an EU citizen.

Do I write in English that good despite it not being my native language?

We never said that you lived in the US. Additionally, the quality of your English has nothing to do with it - the US isn't the only country to have English as its official language, and I know plenty of people in the US who speak poor English.
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Re: Version 0.16.47

Postby deer_buster » Fri Jun 01, 2018 3:34 am

Jap2.0 wrote:and I know plenty of people in the US who speak poor English.


this...
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Re: Version 0.16.47

Postby bobingabout » Fri Jun 01, 2018 8:09 am

Gergely wrote:
SuperSandro2000 wrote:
Gergely wrote:
FactorioBot wrote:Bugfixes
  • The system data path is removed from the log when it's automatically uploaded by the crash reporter.
  • IP addresses are no longer hashed in the log file. All IP addresses are removed from the log when it's automatically uploaded by the crash reporter.

Oh no... it's happening.

:shock:

GDPR? :lol:

Just... why? I mean, none of these changes make any sense!

According to the GDPR, IP Address is considered personal Data.
System path? well, Windows system path is always in C:/Windows/System, so... not so much, but the user data path can include your name, and I don't know about other operating systems.
Either way, it's a step forward.
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Re: Version 0.16.47

Postby dasiro » Fri Jun 01, 2018 8:47 am

bobingabout wrote:
Gergely wrote:
SuperSandro2000 wrote:
Gergely wrote:
FactorioBot wrote:Bugfixes
  • The system data path is removed from the log when it's automatically uploaded by the crash reporter.
  • IP addresses are no longer hashed in the log file. All IP addresses are removed from the log when it's automatically uploaded by the crash reporter.

Oh no... it's happening.

:shock:

GDPR? :lol:

Just... why? I mean, none of these changes make any sense!

According to the GDPR, IP Address is considered personal Data.
System path? well, Windows system path is always in C:/Windows/System, so... not so much, but the user data path can include your name, and I don't know about other operating systems.
Either way, it's a step forward.


windows system path is relative and refers to %windir%\system32 and by default goes to c:\windows\system32 but while installing windows you can choose a different partition ie when you're multibooting different (windows) operating systems. When bad programmers hardcode paths like these, you're in a world of trouble to get it fixed :?
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Re: Version 0.16.47

Postby ratchetfreak » Fri Jun 01, 2018 9:19 am

Or the "system path" is really the installation directory, this is often the steam library which is itself somewhere in C:\users\accountName\ or it's in another directory in there when manually unpacked.
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Re: Version 0.16.47

Postby Twinsen » Fri Jun 01, 2018 10:21 am

What I meant by system data path was the user data directory, that is typically "c:\Users\<user>\AppData\Roaming\". I removed it to calm down all the people who think the windows username is a breach of privacy.
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Re: Version 0.16.47

Postby luc » Fri Jun 01, 2018 7:27 pm

Thanks for removing it! I typically removed mine from logs whenever i post them. If you have multiple online identities that you want to keep separate... this is something that makes it easy to link them. The vast majority of internet users won't ever post any sort of log online, so unless your username is "user", it's probably fairly unique.
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Re: Version 0.16.47

Postby ChurchOrganist » Sat Jun 02, 2018 6:09 pm

So are trains completely back to normal now??
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Re: Version 0.16.47

Postby youdoomt » Sun Jun 03, 2018 8:43 pm

Twinsen wrote:I removed it to calm down all the people who think the windows username is a breach of privacy.


More than that, keeping it would/could be against the GDPR laws, because the <user> part, could potentially be personal information, and gathering it via a pre-checked option would then be illegal.

I've spent 1.5 hours of work time on a on A "E-Learning" course, and I can say, working with things that have just the slightest personal information incorporated,it requires a decent amount of thought and time.
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Re: Version 0.16.47

Postby bobingabout » Mon Jun 04, 2018 7:47 am

Twinsen wrote:What I meant by system data path was the user data directory, that is typically "c:\Users\<user>\AppData\Roaming\". I removed it to calm down all the people who think the windows username is a breach of privacy.

If this is the directory you meant, then it does make sense that you removed it for the 25th may 2018 GDPR Compliance.
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Re: Version 0.16.47

Postby Twinsen » Mon Jun 04, 2018 10:54 am

The extent to which the windows username is personally identifiable data depends strongly on how you interpret the law text. Just because it could be your real name, religion, gender does not mean it is. You can't rename your CPU to your street address and then sue us.
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Re: Version 0.16.47

Postby blackris69 » Mon Jun 04, 2018 4:30 pm

Twinsen wrote:You can't rename your CPU to your street address and the sue us.


I thought that was very funny Twinsen.
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Re: Version 0.16.47

Postby ChurchOrganist » Mon Jun 04, 2018 4:46 pm

ChurchOrganist wrote:So are trains completely back to normal now??


I take it that's a no then??????
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