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Started by Grudge, August 12, 2006, 06:09:49 AM
Quote from: drhamad on August 14, 2007, 01:20:43 PMI'm fairly certain that isn't your issue... I'm pretty sur ethey don't have to use the same e-mail address... but someone correct me if I'm wrong.
if (!empty($modSettings['paid_email'])) paidAdminEmail($txt['paid_error_subject'], $txt['paid_error_body'] . "\n" . "---------------------------------------------\n" . $text);
Quote from: meadwench on August 14, 2007, 02:10:24 PMI'd suggest completely removing the version of Paid Subs you're using now, and try a clean re-install. I know it works, so there must be something you missed in installing. Are you doing a manual install?
<search for> if (allowedTo('manage_bans')) $context['admin_areas']['members']['areas']['ban'] = array($txt['ban_title'], 'ManageBans.php', 'Ban');</search for><add after> if (allowedTo('admin_forum')) $context['admin_areas']['members']['areas']['paidsubscribe'] = array($txt['paid_subscriptions'], 'ManagePaid.php', 'ManagePaidSubscriptions');</add after>
Quote from: meadwench on August 14, 2007, 03:34:03 PMThe 2 files in the mod that have the file modifications are paidsubs_v0.16.mod, and paidsubs_v0.16DE.mod. That is where I found that info. The first file doesn't modify admin.php, and the second file does.
Quote from: meadwench on August 14, 2007, 03:52:42 PMI don't know. You should probably ask Grudge, since he wrote the program. I installed mine using the installer, so I didn't have to make that decision.