SMF 2.0.19 has been released! Please update. Read more.
Started by winrules, March 30, 2006, 02:21:25 PM
Quote from: TrueSatan on January 14, 2008, 09:22:35 PM@ JoeP Assuming you are running an English language only forum:You need to go to ACP>Server Settings and set your forum language to English and not English utf8 and to ACP>Features and Options>Basic Settings and uncheck Enable user-selectable language support. If you are using a theme other than the SMF default theme you will need to manually install the mod into that, custom, theme.
Quote from: TrueSatan on January 15, 2008, 04:41:49 AM@ TJTELLEZ9Your posting shows a failed file...as per the alert you must have seen at that point in your attempted installation you were advised not to proceed. Most of the time such fails can be dealt with by manual editing of the failed file but not always...sometimes the file will be difficult to edit due to changes made in it by another mod...or the mods already in the file may conflict with the one you wish to add. On rare occasions the rest of the edits the mod should make may not be done to the other files affected by the mod so a complete manual installation may be needed. You should not ignore the alerts SMF gives.
Quote from: TrueSatan on January 15, 2008, 11:10:14 AMOh boy I can see this is going to be a long posting...@ JoeP There are several things you can try:Create a "temp", sans quotes, directory in your Packages directory and CHMOD that to 777.ACP>Packages>Options uncheck Create Backup versions of replaced files with a tilda (~) on the end of their names and saveIf you are running on a 64 bit OS then via the Package Manager add mod attached to this posting. Sometimes XAMPP can produce odd results that wouldn't be there on a normal Internet server hosted environment...not often but sometimes.@ TJTELLEZ9Certainly...one of the more up to date versions is on SMF Helper where I co-admin:http://www.smfhelper.info/forum/package.php5@ kingkong2Not currently part of the mod...you will see it has been requested by other members and it may be something the mod developer might consider at a later date for a new version.BTW it would be simply impossible to answer all the PMs one would get here if one is known for providing support...and other members wouldn't benefit from the information given that way...it's not that any of us ask not to be PM'd to be unfriendly.
Quote from: TrueSatan on January 15, 2008, 11:24:30 AMActually I forgot to add the 64 bit fix (it's a bug fix created by Sarge).
Quote from: Inque187 on January 06, 2008, 06:29:57 PMHow would I include the forum account username in a link in a dropdown menu box link?Example:Code Select Expand[url=http://www.somewebsite.com/somedata.php?value=forum_account_name]View Data Page[/url]
[url=http://www.somewebsite.com/somedata.php?value=forum_account_name]View Data Page[/url]