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http://www.cambus.net/decoding-youtube-http-error-500-message/: The information is encoded in modified base64 for URL applications (base64url encoding), which differs from original base64 by the fact that the padding character ‘=’ is dismissed and the ‘+’ and ‘/’ characters gets respectively replaced by ‘-’ and ‘_’ characters. However, as ...
This happened to me, soon after I started using Trello. It turned out that they were having "a technical problem" - 15th Sept, on Twitter - and was fixed within an hour. However, nothing on the @TrelloApp twitter stream suggests there have been any problems today.
I was getting the same error message too. Clear your cookies and log in again - it should work then. I have provided a screen shot just so you know I am not making it up :) EDIT After a bit more digging it appears that there is an issue with Twitter. You can switch back to the old twitter but you have to use the link that appears in the blue banner at ...
The accepted answer isn't actually a solution. I ran into this problem recently, and I made a simple Chrome Extension that fixes the problem, at least for Google Calendar. It uses the webRequest API to shorten the URL automatically after you click the link. You can download it on the Chrome Web Store.
In my recent experience contacting friends who use GMX's xmpp service works pretty unreliable. Only friends with a gmx.net|gmx.com|gmx.de|gmx.at|gmx.ch address can be reached OK. They are routed via xmpp-gmx.gmx.net[22.214.171.124]. Friends with a ...
This is one of those generic error messages that are used to cover all sorts of issues. It allows the website or web app to provide a level of abstraction so that users only need to know that something is up and to either wait a bit before they retry or follow-up with support or the developers. It's deliberately vague because the user doesn't need to know ...
Refer the information about this error FIX: "414 Request-URI Too Large" Error Message from ISA Server and HTTP Error 414 Request URI too long
The problem appears to be related to the Flexo Facebook Manager Wordpress plugin you have installed: both the og:image and og:description meta properties in the Wordpress-generated HTML on your website are blank. What happens when you disable said plugin?
I think something is off with your university's mail system. I've tried sending mail using a custom From address and an incorrect password and it's been my experience that Google's mail system tells me that the remote server rejected my credentials via an error message delivered to my Gmail inbox. For example: Delivery to the following recipient failed ...
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