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Started by dschwab9, September 26, 2004, 10:51:06 PM

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bodyboard_jerez

Hi, I have the 1.1.2 version and this Tips and Tricks doesn't runs for me...

Please, could you help me? Thanks a lot "!"
Thank you to everybody of the SMF forum !!! Great help and free service !!

bodyboard_jerez

Quote from: bodyboard_jerez on May 28, 2007, 11:04:29 AM
Hi, I have the 1.1.2 version and this Tips and Tricks doesn't runs for me...

Please, could you help me? Thanks a lot "!"

Somebody does this trick runs on 1.1.2 version? How please?
Thank you to everybody of the SMF forum !!! Great help and free service !!

Kolya

For SMF 2.02 to exempt the admin from upload size limits and file extension checks: Basically just add !$user_info['is_admin'] && to all these checks...

In Sources/Post.php:
FIND:
if (!empty($modSettings['attachmentSizeLimit']) && $_FILES['attachment']['size'][$n] > $modSettings['attachmentSizeLimit'] * 1024)
fatal_lang_error('file_too_big', false, array($modSettings['attachmentSizeLimit']));

$quantity++;
if (!empty($modSettings['attachmentNumPerPostLimit']) && $quantity > $modSettings['attachmentNumPerPostLimit'])
fatal_lang_error('attachments_limit_per_post', false, array($modSettings['attachmentNumPerPostLimit']));

$total_size += $_FILES['attachment']['size'][$n];
if (!empty($modSettings['attachmentPostLimit']) && $total_size > $modSettings['attachmentPostLimit'] * 1024)
fatal_lang_error('file_too_big', false, array($modSettings['attachmentPostLimit']));

if (!empty($modSettings['attachmentCheckExtensions']))
{
if (!in_array(strtolower(substr(strrchr($_FILES['attachment']['name'][$n], '.'), 1)), explode(',', strtolower($modSettings['attachmentExtensions']))))
fatal_error($_FILES['attachment']['name'][$n] . '.<br />' . $txt['cant_upload_type'] . ' ' . $modSettings['attachmentExtensions'] . '.', false);
}



REPLACE with:
if (!$user_info['is_admin'] && !empty($modSettings['attachmentSizeLimit']) && $_FILES['attachment']['size'][$n] > $modSettings['attachmentSizeLimit'] * 1024)
fatal_lang_error('file_too_big', false, array($modSettings['attachmentSizeLimit']));

$quantity++;
if (!$user_info['is_admin'] && !empty($modSettings['attachmentNumPerPostLimit']) && $quantity > $modSettings['attachmentNumPerPostLimit'])
fatal_lang_error('attachments_limit_per_post', false, array($modSettings['attachmentNumPerPostLimit']));

$total_size += $_FILES['attachment']['size'][$n];
if (!$user_info['is_admin'] && !empty($modSettings['attachmentPostLimit']) && $total_size > $modSettings['attachmentPostLimit'] * 1024)
fatal_lang_error('file_too_big', false, array($modSettings['attachmentPostLimit']));

if (!$user_info['is_admin'] && !empty($modSettings['attachmentCheckExtensions']))
{
if (!in_array(strtolower(substr(strrchr($_FILES['attachment']['name'][$n], '.'), 1)), explode(',', strtolower($modSettings['attachmentExtensions']))))
fatal_error($_FILES['attachment']['name'][$n] . '.<br />' . $txt['cant_upload_type'] . ' ' . $modSettings['attachmentExtensions'] . '.', false);
}


FIND:
// Check the total upload size for this post...
$total_size += $_FILES['attachment']['size'][$n];
if (!empty($modSettings['attachmentPostLimit']) && $total_size > $modSettings['attachmentPostLimit'] * 1024)
{
checkSubmitOnce('free');
fatal_lang_error('file_too_big', false, array($modSettings['attachmentPostLimit']));
}


REPLACE with:
// Check the total upload size for this post...
$total_size += $_FILES['attachment']['size'][$n];
if (!$user_info['is_admin'] && !empty($modSettings['attachmentPostLimit']) && $total_size > $modSettings['attachmentPostLimit'] * 1024)
{
checkSubmitOnce('free');
fatal_lang_error('file_too_big', false, array($modSettings['attachmentPostLimit']));
}

michaeloeser

Doesn´t seem to work for me. I´m the main and only administrator of my forum and although I made the changes to Post.php I´m not able to upload more and bigger files as defined in the attachment settings. Using SMF 2.0.2.

Any ideas?

Chalky

Quote from: michaeloeser on March 02, 2012, 04:19:05 AM
Doesn´t seem to work for me. I´m the main and only administrator of my forum and although I made the changes to Post.php I´m not able to upload more and bigger files as defined in the attachment settings. Using SMF 2.0.2.

Any ideas?

For me neither.  I'm using 2.0.2, just made exactly the edits shown above, but nothing happened...

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Kays

Hi, look in Subs-Post.php for the same set of checks and make the recommended change to those also.
Except, instead of !$user_info['is_admin'] use !$context['user']['is_admin']

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June 21, 2012, 04:50:59 AM #28 Last Edit: June 21, 2012, 10:51:23 AM by Elmacik
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dougiefresh

December 06, 2014, 12:06:02 PM #29 Last Edit: December 06, 2014, 12:39:39 PM by dougiefresh
Quote from: Chalky on March 17, 2012, 10:48:23 AM
Quote from: michaeloeser on March 02, 2012, 04:19:05 AM
Doesn´t seem to work for me. I´m the main and only administrator of my forum and although I made the changes to Post.php I´m not able to upload more and bigger files as defined in the attachment settings. Using SMF 2.0.2.

Any ideas?

For me neither.  I'm using 2.0.2, just made exactly the edits shown above, but nothing happened...
The reason it doesn't work is it's incomplete.  Modifications must be made to the Themes/default/Post.template.php as well.... 



In Sources/Post.php, find and replace:
Code (find) Select
$context['num_allowed_attachments'] = empty($modSettings['attachmentNumPerPostLimit'])
Code (Replace) Select
$context['num_allowed_attachments'] = ($user_info['is_admin'] || empty($modSettings['attachmentNumPerPostLimit']))

In Sources/Subs-Post.php, find and replace:
Code (Find) Select
function createAttachment(&$attachmentOptions)
{
global

Code (Replace) Select
function createAttachment(&$attachmentOptions)
{
global $user_info,


Code (Find) Select
if (!empty($modSettings['attachmentSizeLimit']) && $attachmentOptions['size'] > $modSettings['attachmentSizeLimit'] * 1024)
Code (Replace) Select
if (!$user_info['is_admin'] && !empty($modSettings['attachmentSizeLimit']) && $attachmentOptions['size'] > $modSettings['attachmentSizeLimit'] * 1024)

In Themes/default/Post.template.php, find and replace these:
Code (Find) Select
function template_main()
{
global

Code (Replace) Select
function template_main()
{
global $user_info,


Code (Find) Select
if ($context['num_allowed_attachments'] > 1)]]></search>
Code (Replace) Select
if ($user_info['is_admin'] || $context['num_allowed_attachments'] > 1)

Code (Find) Select
var allowed_attachments = ', $context['num_allowed_attachments'], ';
Code (Replace) Select
var allowed_attachments = ', (empty($user_info['is_admin']) ? $context['num_allowed_attachments'] : 100), ';

Code (Find) Select
if (!empty($modSettings['attachmentCheckExtensions']))
Code (Replace) Select
if (!$user_info['is_admin'] && !empty($modSettings['attachmentCheckExtensions']))

Code (Find) Select
if (!empty($context['attachment_restrictions']))
Code (Replace) Select
if (!$user_info['is_admin'] && !empty($context['attachment_restrictions']))




I've posted up a mod based on this thread with all my modifications (9 operations total) here: No Attachment Limit for Admins.  It hasn't been approved yet....

dougiefresh

It occurs to me that the admin check could be converted into a permission-based group thingy.....

dougiefresh


alastairbrian

Quote from: bodyboard_jerez on May 28, 2007, 11:04:29 AM
Hi, I have the 1.1.2 version and this Tips and Tricks doesn't runs for me...

Please, could you help me? Thanks a lot "!"

It also not working for my version 1.1.2

Kindred

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