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if you have forms (like Commerce product forms) which are easy to fill out in less than X seconds (where X is the value configured in Honeypot's timestamp protection configuration), you need to either exclude those forms from Honeypot's protection (don't enable the 'protect all forms' option), or disable Honeypot's timestamp protection by setting the value to 0.




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I had this problem, and when it is triggered the count keeps multiplying. I don't know why it was triggered but it said it was 4 (for example) seconds, and then the next try made it 16 seconds and that went too 80 seconds. This is just an example, I had it at 240 in no time before I realized what was triggering it, thats why I found this ticket in the drupal webmaster's section and moved it over here.


@MGParisi: That's a basic way of deterring bots from posting forms (especially more than one or two in a short amount of time). Typically, the time limit should be set low enough that a normal user would take at least that many seconds to fill out the form.


ie, an anonymous bot (or user) triggers the time limit warning, and now each subsequent non-bot user trying to submit the form triggers the "try again in # seconds" message, and each one of them pushes the time limit up and up.


I saw "There was a problem with your form submission. Please wait 242 seconds and try again." when I install Drupal Commerce and when I click on Add to cart.Then I go to admin/config/content/honeypot and uncheck Protect all forms with Honeypot problem gone!


I know this issue is closed, but I'm having the same problem and I"m curious as to why the module works this way? I have set the time limit to 8 seconds, yet when an anonymous user tries creating an account, they are getting the message to wait for hundreds or even thousands of seconds if a bot has hit my site hard.


Shouldn't it just reset back to the x seconds once the form has been submitted too early? With this approach of the time doubling or whatever it is doing, Honeypot seems unusable for Anonymous users (even to create an account) when anonymous bots are hitting your site.


Have got this issue myself. I have "protect all forms" turned off and my timeout set to 5 seconds - although the error messages consistently says to wait 12 seconds. I only have the registration form and password reset form enabled - if you turn it off for the reset form, you don't get the message - but obviously the form is then unprotected.


Typically, a form submitted without any values would be classified as a spam submission, so the 58 second wait period seems reasonable. However, you can disable time limit checking if you want, using the suggestion in the original issue summary at the top of this issue (disable time limit).


Action currently not possible due to spam protection. Please wait a few seconds and try again. Action currently not possible due to spam protection. Please wait a few seconds and try again.note the gap between these two events


Hi, I am currently working on developing on a game on which I am working since long time. I know and I can create a delay using clock but can you Devs please import a new function in controlas delay and a number box attachable to it. So we can create a delay between two procedures or function.Please look ahead for this.


@Hrishikesh_Salokhe You can use the GetMillis procedure in clock. You can make two varibles, one for current milliseconds timestamp say currentMillis and another to compare the current Millis previousMillis. Once the comparison is done, update the variable previousMillis with the value of currentMillis. In this way, you can set delay of certain milliseconds.


This method is regularly used in embedded system codes, where you have a single hardware timer. Using a complete delay (aka pause), it halts the whole program. On the other hand, by creating routines for comparing milliseconds, you can set variable delays. Even in the above case, if the delays require a sync, then using millis comparison would be helpful.


I haven't used the Megaboom for 6 months, took it out of storage and used it for the last couple of days while I was working outside (still had battery that lasted two days). Once it went flat, I plugged it in to charge overnight, the white light was flashing as normal. In the morning, I tried to turn it on and it said "Critical battery, please charge". While charging, if I try to turn it on, it just says "Charging, please wait". It still won't work no matter how long I leave it charging, though the white light is still flashing as normal. Is the battery toast? I did use it outside on a day with a lot of fog


Issue I'm having is I plug it in to charge an my light comes on an starts blinking likes it charging an it gives me a message about having critical low battery then after a few seconds the light goes out an it never charges. Anyone have this


Wait for a while. If the machine is not ready in 5 minutes, turn off the power and make sure the main power indicator turns off. Wait at least 10 seconds, and then turn on the power again. If the machine is still not ready in 5 minutes, contact your service representative.


Wait for a while. If the message does not disappear in 5 minutes, turn off the power and make sure the main power indicator turns off. Wait at least 10 seconds, and then turn on the power again. If the message remains displayed for more than 5 minutes, contact your service representative.


Follow the message that appears and wait until the machine has shut down. Do not turn on the power while this message is displayed. If the power has been turned on, follow the message that appears. For details about turning on and off the power, see "Turning On/Off the Power", Getting Started.


My application normally responds to button clicks with sub-second performance, but there were a few operations where users can initiate quite long-running transactions (e.g. up to 15 seconds long in one case where it was hitting an eBus interface thousands of times).


Actually, there is a non apex application that is writing data into my oracle database and invoking my apex application to see the newly written data. Now the problem is, it is taking about 6-10 seconds for the non apex app to write data into my database. So when it invokes my apex app, the page report shows no data found error and after a few seconds, when I reload the page, it shows the data successfully. So this is due to latency in writing data into my apex app. Hence, I want to show a spinner for 6-10 seconds when the page is invoked so that this time will be consumed to write data into DB and after 6-10 seconds, the page must show the data. I am using Apex 4.2. Please help


Sometimes, when you try to access your website, or somebody else, in different devices, there is this message that keeps appearing in regarding to some bot verification:"To help us keep this website secure, please wait while we verify you're not a robot! It will only take a few seconds...Loading..."


Stop printing, and then press and hold the Pause button for 3 seconds. Finally, select the correct ink cartridge in the printer driver according to the actual ink cartridge set on the printer. See Updating the printer driver information. If you want to continue printing, press the Pause button.


For Windows, check the Media Type setting in the Main menu. Make sure it is correct for the paper you are using. See Making Settings on the Main Menu.For Mac OS X, check the Media Type setting in the Print Settings selected in the Print dialog. Make sure it is correct for the paper you are using, see Page Setup.Make sure the printable side of the paper is face-up.Run the Head Cleaning utility to clear any clogged ink nozzles. For Windows, see Cleaning the print head. For Mac OS X, see Cleaning the print head.You can also clean the print head nozzles using the control panel. To clean the print head nozzles, press the Menu button for 3 seconds.Check the Paper Feed value. Reduce the value to improve light banding, and increase it for dark banding. For Windows, Paper Configuration. For Mac OS X, see Paper Configuration.Check the Ink check light. If necessary, replace ink cartridges. See Replacing Ink Cartridges. Vertical misalignment or bandingTry one or more of these solutions:


Make sure that the ink cartridges do not exceed the expiration date. The expiration date is labeled on the outside of the ink cartridge. For Windows, check the Media Type setting in the Main menu. Make sure it is correct for the paper you are using. See Making Settings on the Main Menu.For Mac OS X, check the Media Type setting in the Print Settings selected in the Print dialog. Make sure it is correct for the paper you are using. See Page Setup.Run the Head Cleaning utility to clear any clogged ink nozzles. For Windows, see Cleaning the print head. For Mac OS X, see Cleaning the print head.You can also clean the print head nozzles using the control panel. To clean the print head nozzles, press the Menu button for 3 seconds.Check the Ink check light. If necessary, replace ink cartridges. See Replacing Ink Cartridges.Select Standard as Platen Gap in the Paper Configuration dialog box. For Windows, see Paper Configuration. For Mac OS X, see Paper Configuration.Blurry or smeared printoutTry one or more of these solutions:


For Windows, check the Media Type setting in the Main menu. Make sure it is correct for the paper you are using. See Making Settings on the Main Menu.For Mac OS X, check the Media Type setting in the Print Settings selected in the Print dialog. Make sure it is correct for the paper you are using. See Page Setup.If the paper you are using is not supported by the printer driver, make the paper thickness setting in the SelecType mode. See CUSTOM PAPER.Make sure your paper is dry and the printable side is face-up. Also, make sure you are using the correct type of paper. See Paper for specifications.Ink may have leaked inside the printer; wipe the inside of the printer with a soft, clean cloth.Run the Head Cleaning utility. For Windows, see Cleaning the print head. For Mac OS X, see Cleaning the print head.You can also clean the print head nozzles using the control panel. To clean the print head nozzles, press the Menu button for 3 seconds.[Top] 041b061a72


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