Hi again! This is kinda weirding me out a little but maybe I just never noticed before and it's always been this way? As the subject of this post suggests, I'm having a weird problem where the user: namespace is acting strangely. In the footer it says the file is "403.shtml.txt" even when I'm on something that in the URL bar says it's user:myusername?
The page is here if you want to look. I also noticed that in the footer of the site where it says who last edited it shows up as a red (uncreated) link, but in the header when I'm logged in it does not, and both go to the very much created page. This is happening too on an older wiki install of mine that I've not putzed with so I'm not sure it's anything I've gone and done. Though maybe? I don't seem to have any extensions that meddle with users in anyway, the ones I've downloaded are formatting related (wrap, plugins to improve tables, etc).
Also of note is when you go to edit the page the edit URL is [...]/403.shtml?do=edit not [...]/user:lightwaltzed?do=edit like you might expect, and if you try to make a user:main page or any other page in that namespace or even try to just go to such a place by typing it in the URL bar it all comes back to this one 403 page that I can edit and it will show what I put there but is apparently the entirety of the namespace, while also not being in the namespace (neither literally nor in the breadcrumbs).
Any help on this mystery would be appreciated. I swear the user namespace used to work fine for me. Thank you for your time.