Indeed, tt-rss is great for giving us the correct setting.
I don’t see why ttrss can’t use relative paths in the code everywhere, but after reading a bunch of your other forum posts, I can tell that you know what you’re doing so I won’t argue.
The fighting was a bunch of trial and error to try to find some combination that works: changing SELF_URL_PATH, nginx location string, nginx proxy_pass string, editing physical files on the html volume, etc. In the end, I gave up and left the tt-rss subdirectory because the only other way for me to fix it is to create my own custom dockerfile, which isn’t worth it for a cosmetic change.
I thought it was a developer question since it’s about why the code was written a certain way.
Curious. I hate long signatures with graphics, famous quotes, and nonsense too, but a simple “thanks, [name]” just seems polite for an introductory post that requests free help from a stranger. Now I wonder what the typical etiquette rule is for other forums around the internet. Looks like some Discourse board operators like them, and some don’t.
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“ah yes an excellent idea.” fox in reply to Jeremy11one, 2020
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upgraded thumb screws on the back
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