I just registered for an account using your suggested password and got the error message “Password does not pass complexity requirements.”
Might be related to #103
What do you mean with “your suggested password”.
The codeberg registration procedure offers a button that suggests a strong password and another that uses the strong password that it suggested.
In both cases of trying to register, I did that, and in both cases, your suggested strong password was not complex enuf.
I guess what @hw means is that the complexity requirements are displayed now if a password does not meet them.
That was the case before, too.
Is the problem clear now?
By the way, despite getting the error message, I do now seem to have an account, and am logged in.
To be honest, we are not sure what page you refer to. Can you please send a screenshot of the page in question?
The attached screenshot was from firefox, while I registered using chrome. The firefox registration page does not seem to offer the suggested strong password,and I am now logged in, so won’t have access to that page in chrome until I log out, which I can do, if it will help.
Seem possible that the suggested password is a chrome feature?
@hw good to close the issue. I checked it out, and it is a chrome “feature”, altho I don’t know why their strong password failed your complexity test. Regardless, I will access codeberg from firefox from now on...I just checked and I can log in from firefox.
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