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SMF 2.1.x Support / Re: adjustment on Malay langua...
Last post by Dzonny - Today at 09:33:44 AM
Quote from: iqbalresources on Today at 09:23:01 AMI'm still editing current version of malay language, via my localhost. But felt a bit disorder too since still need to know the real original english version, instead of current malay version that i'm edited.
That's why using our translation software would be good, you'd see original English version on one side, and translated string on another.
Translating in plain text is not the best way, but if you want to test things out that's fine.
#2
Quote from: Doug Heffernan on Today at 09:02:08 AM
Quote from: Dave J on Today at 08:58:26 AMThanks but I had a problem with it, so I'd still like a correct version that will install from the Package manager please

By the looks of it the mod author has not been active for quite some time. Their last post was 3 years ago.

We can but ask Doug  ;)
#3
i've looking some of files in malay translation, somehow feels better if i can help with refining for more accurate. i give an example :

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1) word 'Pengurus'. The more accurate word for Administrator actually 'Pentadbir', as 'pengurus' if direct translation would become 'Manager', 'urus'='manage', 'pengurusan'='management'. 'admin'='tadbir'.'Administrator'='Pentadbir'. 'Administration'='Pentadbiran'. 

2) Home = Utama

3) Edit Bahasa (language) = more accurate into Sunting Bahasa. 'Edit'='Sunting'.


I'm still editing current version of malay language, via my localhost. But felt a bit disorder too since still need to know the real original english version, instead of current malay version that i'm edited.
#4
SMF 2.1.x Support / Re: Registration Error
Last post by Doug Heffernan - Today at 09:15:34 AM
Try to undo the changes you did first. If you have not made other manual edits to that file, or said file has not been modified by a mod, you can overwrite it with a fresh copy.

Quote from: FredT on Today at 09:04:14 AMThe error seems since day 1 of installation

There is no error code in the logs, except this:

index.template.php (Line 508)
Type of error: Undefined


<li class="floatright"><a href="', $scripturl, '?action=help">', $txt['help'], '</a> ', (!empty($modSettings['requireAgreement'])) ? '| <a href="' . $scripturl . '?action=agreement">' . $txt['terms_and_rules'] . '</a>' : '', ' | <a href="#top_section">', $txt['go_up'], ' &#9650;</a></li>

I can maybe try to copy a fresh index.template.php over it beacuse I did some changes to the template, but not in Line 508 or anywhere near this line.

But it seems I get this line 508 error codes en mass, basically with every page reload
#5
SMF 2.1.x Support / Re: Registration Error
Last post by FredT - Today at 09:04:14 AM
The error seems since day 1 of installation

There is no error code in the logs, except this:

index.template.php (Line 508)
Type of error: Undefined


<li class="floatright"><a href="', $scripturl, '?action=help">', $txt['help'], '</a> ', (!empty($modSettings['requireAgreement'])) ? '| <a href="' . $scripturl . '?action=agreement">' . $txt['terms_and_rules'] . '</a>' : '', ' | <a href="#top_section">', $txt['go_up'], ' &#9650;</a></li>

I can maybe try to copy a fresh index.template.php over it beacuse I did some changes to the template, but not in Line 508 or anywhere near this line.

But it seems I get this line 508 error codes en mass, basically with every page reload
#6
SMF 2.1.x Support / Re: "you do not have access to...
Last post by Steve - Today at 09:03:40 AM
Cool beans. Marking solved then.
#7
Quote from: Dave J on Today at 08:58:26 AMThanks but I had a problem with it, so I'd still like a correct version that will install from the Package manager please

By the looks of it the mod author has not been active for quite some time. Their last post was 3 years ago.
#8
Thanks but I had a problem with it, so I'd still like a correct version that will install from the Package manager please
#9
SMF 2.1.x Support / Re: Registration Error
Last post by Doug Heffernan - Today at 08:57:58 AM
Did you check the error log? What is your php version? When did this start to happen, today? What was the latest change/modification made to the forum prior to this happening?
#10
SMF 2.1.x Support / Re: Registration Error
Last post by FredT - Today at 08:49:02 AM
Ok, good idea. I will disable Forum Spam and retry

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PS: I completelly removed the "Stop Forum Spam" Mod.
I logged out/ in and out again.

Then I made my new test user again.

-He got no email after registering
-He got the blank page again after clicking "register"

I reloaded the blank page and I got:

An error has occurred
Your session timed out while posting. Please go back and try again.

I go back to "Sign up"/ Register page again and would have to fill out all again would would lead to a double registration because the user is alrady in my admin menu and waits to be approved.


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