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Quote from: ZBWDO on October 01, 2010, 03:03:44 AMAny idea why "There is one member awaiting approval." seems to be stuck on my index page, even though there is no one in queue to be approved? Thanks!
Quote from: snoopy_virtual on October 01, 2010, 08:15:05 AMQuote from: ZBWDO on October 01, 2010, 03:03:44 AMAny idea why "There is one member awaiting approval." seems to be stuck on my index page, even though there is no one in queue to be approved? Thanks!I suppose you haven't read this tread.
Quote from: snoopy_virtual on August 27, 2010, 12:28:47 PMQuote from: Syrion on August 23, 2010, 11:01:46 AMHi snoopy_virtual,Thanks for creating this mod, appearently it blocked a couple of dozen spammers already in the last couple of days.Anyway, I may have found a bug, I get the message "There is one member awaiting approval." while no one actually is.Any idea what may cause this?That's a known bug.If you search inside this thread you will find it has been reported a lot of times and even some people have written some work-around.If you check also our "road map": http://custom.simplemachines.org/mods/index.php?mod=1547#post_roadmap you will see it is already in the list of "Things to do in the near future".
Quote from: Syrion on August 23, 2010, 11:01:46 AMHi snoopy_virtual,Thanks for creating this mod, appearently it blocked a couple of dozen spammers already in the last couple of days.Anyway, I may have found a bug, I get the message "There is one member awaiting approval." while no one actually is.Any idea what may cause this?
Quote from: EL34xyz on October 01, 2010, 08:42:24 AMOk SnoopSinged up with Honey potInstalled it on the serverGot my Http:BL access keyJust waiting for new Http:BL version and then I will be ready to go
Quote from: ZBWDO on October 01, 2010, 03:22:27 PMMy apologies. I *thought* I had. I'm generally pretty darn good about that. The only thing I can think of was that I might have had a misspelling in my search, or otherwise screwed it up. My apologies, and thanks very much.
Quote from: snoopy_virtual on September 28, 2010, 10:27:54 AMCan you look inside the folder of the Theme you are using and see if you have inside it any of these files?ManageMembers.template.phpRegister.template.phpIf you have any of them the installation process is slightly different than normal.In the mean time I will continue thinking to see if I find out any more things I can suggest to sort your problem.
Quote from: geekartist on October 03, 2010, 10:40:31 AMI did post a response to everyone's questions but I haven't gotten a response yet.etc...
Quote from: snoopy_virtual on October 03, 2010, 07:42:07 PMQuote from: geekartist on October 03, 2010, 10:40:31 AMI did post a response to everyone's questions but I haven't gotten a response yet.etc...Sorry geekartist, I have been too busy and forgot to answer you.I have been looking at your profile and I have seen you are very new here in SMF, so may be you still don't understand completely how it works.I think you have misunderstood our question. I will try to explaining more slowly, now that I know you are new here.Inside the Themes folder there are all the Themes installed in your forum, but that doesn't mean you are using all of them. The normal situation is you have a bunch of Themes installed but you only use one of them.One of the Themes you have installed (for sure) is the default Theme.You can un-install if you want the rest of the Themes, install more new Themes, modify any of the other Themes, etc, but you can never un-install the default Theme. It always need to be there (even if it's not the Theme you are using) or SMF will stop working.Inside the default Theme there are a lot of files (all the template files SMF need to work properly), but inside any of the other Themes usually there are only a few of them. (At least always the index.template.php, the css file this particular Theme is using and maybe a couple more of template files this Theme needs to work).When SMF needs to use a template file, it always looks first inside the Theme you are using to see if it's there. If it's there, SMF will use it. If it's not there SMF will use the file inside the default Theme instead.When you install or un-install a mod, normally you will always do it using the automatic system (what we call the SMF Packages Manager) because it's the easiest way and normally it will display an error message if there is a problem with the installation or desinstallation before you actually complete the process, so you are sure it's going to be OK to do it.But when you install a mod with the Packages Manager it will always do all the changes needed to the Source files, root files, etc, but inside the Themes it will only change the default Theme.If you are using a Theme that is not the default (like almost all of us do) you will need to manually do the required changes to your template files, and these changes can be found always on the mod's page at the top right corner. Just underneath the "Download this mod" sign, where it says: "Manual Install Instructions for SMF".Now again:Can you tell us the name of the Theme you are using?Can you look inside the folder of the Theme you are using and tell us if both files are there?
Quote from: geekartist on October 03, 2010, 08:13:31 PMNow that you've explained the situation with the manual instructions, I think I see what to do now. That box on the right was a little counter-intuitive for me...I thought all it was was just a download box for the mod. The parse part was what threw me. Granted, I've been sick the past couple of days and not quite functioning at full capacity, so please pardon my momentary dim-wittedness. I should have clued in on "parse"...heh.
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Quote from: crustybum on October 04, 2010, 06:26:24 AMI cant se a control that will allow mods ect to use this, or do they automatically see the "check this member"?
Quote from: snoopy_virtual on October 03, 2010, 09:40:18 PMHold on a second:If you are using the default Theme the installer should have done everything already for you automatically.If it hasn't, there was something wrong with the installation.If you have no problem reading code, maybe it would be better if you use the "parsed" instructions to check exactly what instructions the installer has actually done and which ones it has missed, so you can fill the blanks.Alternatively, just in case this parsed instructions are not complete (I don't know really because I have never use them) there is another way to do it (the way I normally do it when I am installing a new mod that I don't know):