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Type Action Description1. Extract Tree ./Themes 2. Extract Tree ./Themes 3. Extract Tree ./Sources 4. Extract Tree ./tp-downloads 5. Extract Tree ./tp-images 6. Extract Tree ./tp-files 7. Execute Modification ./index.php Test successful8. Execute Modification ./Sources/Load.php Test successful9. Execute Modification ./Themes/default/index.template.php Test failed10. Execute Modification ./Themes/babylon/index.template.php Test successful11. Execute Modification ./Sources/Subs.php Test successful12. Execute Modification ./Sources/ManagePermissions.php Test successful13. Execute Modification ./Sources/Security.php Test successful14. Execute Modification ./Sources/Errors.php Test successful15. Execute Modification ./Themes/default/Help.template.php Test successful16. Execute Modification ./Sources/Profile.php Test successful17. Execute Modification ./SSI.php Test successful18. Execute Modification ./Sources/BoardIndex.php Test successful19. Execute Modification ./Sources/QueryString.php Test successful20. Execute Modification ./Sources/Subs-Post.php Test successful21. Execute Modification ./Sources/Admin.php Test successful22. Execute Modification ./Sources/Post.php Test successful23. Execute Code SMF1/tp_install.php
Quote from: DarkAngel612 on February 07, 2011, 12:32:35 AMeven if you are using a custome theme it should be looked at...do you have edits in the default index.template file?that is sometimes why mine will give that errorcheck the readme or the installer file for manual edits to see what is needed in that file then add it in manually
Find: if (in_array($context['current_action'], array('search', 'admin', 'calendar', 'profile', 'mlist', 'register', 'login', 'help', 'pm')))
Replace With: if (in_array($context['current_action'], array('search', 'admin', 'calendar', 'profile', 'mlist', 'register', 'login', 'help', 'pm', 'forum', 'tpadmin')))
Find: $current_action = 'search';
Add After: if (isset($_GET['dl'])) $current_action = 'dlmanager'; if (isset($_GET['board']) || isset($_GET['topic']) || $context['current_action']=='forum') $current_action = 'forum'; if ($context['current_action']=='tpadmin') $current_action = 'admin';
Find: // Show the [help] button.
dd Before: if($settings['TPortal_front_type']!='boardindex') // Show the [forum] button. echo ($current_action=='forum' || $context['browser']['is_ie4']) ? '<td class="maintab_active_first"> </td>' : '' , ' <td valign="top" class="maintab_' , $current_action=='forum' ? 'active_back' : 'back' , '"> <a href="', $scripturl, '?action=forum">'.$txt['tp-forum'].'</a> </td>' , $current_action=='forum' ? '<td class="maintab_active_last"> </td>' : '';
Quote from: Kindred on February 07, 2011, 04:32:03 PMcustom themes often use custom menus.... You need to duplicate your existing menu designs with the new url/text
// Show the [home] button. echo '<li', $current_action == 'home' ? ' class="chosen"' : '', '><a href="', $scripturl, '">' , $txt , '</a></li>';if($settings['TPortal_front_type']!='boardindex')
Quote from: An0nymousHelper on February 07, 2011, 04:50:04 PMOk thanks, um here is my code for my home button. If you can change it to say forums and then i guess i would just take the code that you modify and paste it below the Home one since i wan't it right beside the home button. Please correct me if i am wrong. Code Select Expand// Show the [home] button. echo '<li', $current_action == 'forum' ? ' class="chosen"' : '', '><a href="', $scripturl, '?action=forum">' , $txt['tp-forum'] , '</a></li>';Thanks again!
// Show the [home] button. echo '<li', $current_action == 'forum' ? ' class="chosen"' : '', '><a href="', $scripturl, '?action=forum">' , $txt['tp-forum'] , '</a></li>';
Quote from: IchBin™ on February 07, 2011, 07:15:09 PMThat is a bug I fixed for the next release. The bug was that it shows to guests if the ungroups members was checked. If you uncheck the ungrouped members it should not show to either group.
Quote from: DarkAngel612 on February 10, 2011, 11:21:54 PMare you sure that site has the same version of smf/tp that you do? i just tried it on my site and the only way for a guest to not see a block is to uncheck both guest and ungrouped...whether or not it would affect my member I have no clue since they are in one group or another, I have no ungrouped members.