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Started by Diego Andrés, February 18, 2009, 01:08:19 PM
QuoteAn Error Has Occurred!Unable to load the 'manual' template.
Quote from: CerebralJam on January 19, 2016, 06:05:12 PMI think... I'm getting closer to the problem!I casually clicked on my 'help' button today to find it giving me an error where it used to serve up the files no problems...QuoteAn Error Has Occurred!Unable to load the 'manual' template. so I did a search here for the error and came up with this thread: http://www.simplemachines.org/community/index.php?topic=443279.msg3114911#msg3114911Now, the advice started by asking the person to check their site with domain/SMF/index.php?theme=1When I do this, the help files ARE there and the menu for the quiz also works.Could be something to do with my using Anecdota20bp - back in 2009 Curve wasn't around? and upgrading over the years (a few) then having to do the large upgrade recently? 'If' I can understand what this person did - and I can't - not sure what they mean by remove help files (?)... But - does this mean, I should uninstall my old theme (Can I make a back up of the css so that I don't have to do all the tweaking again?) then make the new theme based on Curve? I've forgotten how to do all this stuff but this might well be my issue. Back then (2009) the choices were default, classic, core, Babylon.If only I could get my brain to work and 'ding' Like this though.Could somebody babystep me through this painslessly so that I don't fiddle too much and make another fine mess? Thanks in advance. I'm feeling light at the end of the tunnel.
Quote from: lemur21 on February 24, 2016, 06:03:14 PMDaveJo,Was this ever updated (?)/changed to allow administrators' scores to be counted (especially if they didn't *create* the quiz; but merely downloaded them)?I love the idea of this -- but, I'm probably the person who'd be most interested in it (and I'm the admin). I don't love the idea of creating another account (because I can't be certain I'll remember to keep changing back) .....
Quote from: lemur21 on February 25, 2016, 09:20:16 AMDave - one other question then (a two-parter):I haven't installed any quizzes yet; so this is good ...So - I have a user that is inactive on the site. I can easily use that ID as the importer. My question though -- does that make this inactive user the only one who can access the quiz admin panel? Or, does the overall site admin still have administrative rights over the quizzes and the control panel too (even though the inactive member is the quiz importer?)
Quote from: lemur21 on February 25, 2016, 03:32:20 PMWonderful! That's perfect -- there's definitely at least one person on my site who will have no interest in this.I see in your signature - you have quizzes available (I need to register on your site). And, earlier in this thread, you had a 10-pk of quizzes available. How many packs of quizzes exist currently? Do you (or does anyone) maintain a site where all user-designed quizzes are maintained?It does sound super-easy, so I expect I will be able to launch it on my site, soon!