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SMF 2.0.x Support / Re: how do i remove the viewed...
Last post by landyvlad - Today at 02:26:52 AM
Quote from: Kindred on June 02, 2023, 07:36:01 PMAs usual, when you ask for help,  we refer to all of your previous refusals to maintain the copyrights....

Yep. Pick one.
If you @comesee are so miserable to remove the credit for the work of the many people who have worked on simplemachines, then you neither deserve nor should receive any support via these official forums (that's my view).
Modifications and Packages / Re: SMF Gallery
Last post by landyvlad - Today at 02:18:19 AM
Hmm continuing issues - if I remember I'll post on your forum from home when I get there.
"SMFHacks" is flagged as a dangerous website and blocked by the work firewall.
Probably just the name I suspect.  ::)

Or maybe the IT people are vbulletin fans.  :laugh:  :laugh:  :laugh:  :laugh:  :laugh:
SMF 2.0.x Support / Re: Does it really matter if I...
Last post by landyvlad - Today at 02:09:28 AM
192 mods?  What on earth do you need 192 mods for?

Since most 2.0 mods don't use hooks, I'm absolutely astounded that you got that many to work without crashing the whole lot, and that updates on the mods haven't caused issues with compatibility.  Or do you not update the mods either.

The answer to your question though is that you can continue to use it for, more or less, as long as you like but it ultimately won't be supported forever.

Though very unlikely to be a problem for years yet, as PHP versions evolve you may eventually not be able to have a 'low enough' PHP version available with your host to run 2.0.19  but that's certainly a long term issue.

Certainly there's no rush for you to change.

I would encourage you to keep a 2.1 version going so you can see what 2.1 mods there are and see what can be replaced in your existing set up with new mods available.

With 2.1's included functions plus 2.1 mods now (and developing) I'd be very surprised if you can't get a forum doing what you want to do with far fewer mods than that.

Also I'm really curious and would love if you'd post here a list of all the mods you are using :)  Please.

SMF 2.1.x Support / Re: Enable compressed output
Last post by PrimalPrime - Today at 01:42:07 AM
I figured this out. I turned off zlib.outputCompression in PHP options and the checkbox was then already enabled upon page refresh:

SMF 2.1.x Support / Enable compressed output
Last post by PrimalPrime - Today at 12:41:13 AM
So I checked with my host and the required zlib library is installed. But when I click to enable compressed output, the change isn't saved. Compression still isn't enabled. This is happening on two sites.

Thank you
SMF 2.1.x Support / Maximum file size of images t...
Last post by PrimalPrime - Today at 12:38:34 AM
QuoteMaximum image size that the SSL image proxy will cache: bigger images will be not be cached. Cached images are stored in your SMF cache folder, so make sure you have enough free space.

Could someone explain this to me? If I plan to host really big images, what should I set this to?
Theme Site Themes / Re: Fusion
Last post by Diego Andrés - Yesterday at 11:11:09 PM
Quote from: smartmouse on Yesterday at 05:42:13 PM
Quote from: Diego Andrés on Yesterday at 05:17:28 PMThese would need to be performed by hand after installing the patch.

I know, but how to figure out what is the line that the installer is looking for?
I can't find those block of codes or anything similar in that file...

I just checked the index.template.php file of this theme and it doesn't have those.
You can safely install with errors for this single file on Fusion theme as there's nothing to do.
Theme Site Themes / Re: NameX
Last post by Diego Andrés - Yesterday at 11:08:31 PM
This would improve #1
strong, b  {
font-weight: 900;

This will work for #2
#personal_messages #postmodify ~ div.windowbg {
padding: 15px;

Will be included in the new package next week.
SMF 2.1.x Support / Re: Wrong value type sent to t...
Last post by live627 - Yesterday at 10:53:57 PM
Quote from: user58389239 on Yesterday at 02:50:07 PMsince upgrading to 2.1.3.
ah ha! a clue. From 2.0.x?