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Started by M-DVD, December 31, 2008, 07:31:43 AM
Quote from: LinuxFanatic on October 08, 2010, 10:53:03 AMOkay I'll try it again ...
Quote from: carbonize on October 08, 2010, 02:15:13 PMWell I installed this and tested by having it check a list of accounts that had 0 posts. I noticed it marked a friend of mine as a spammer so I checked his details on the Stop Forum Spam website. Both his IP and email address returned no results from their database so all I can think of is it blocked him because of his user name which is Sean. Sorry but classing a user as a spammer based on user name is stupid and seems to results in a lot of false positives. Unless I am missing something and it wasn't the user name it was blocking on.
QuoteIf MOD Stop Spammer is enabled, every time we check a member:Check their username: Check their email: Check their IP:By default, every time you check a member with MOD Stop Spammer it will check their username, email and IP. If you are getting too many false positives because of their usernames you can turn that option off. We wouldn't recomend you to turn off the another 2 options (to check their email and IP) unless you know what you are doing.
Quote from: snoopy_virtual on October 08, 2010, 06:16:28 PMI suppose yes, NetBuM is installing it via the package manager. Look at the link:action=admin;area=packages;sa=install; etcThat's inside the package manager, so is doing it properly there.So if the installation is not working it must be something else wrong inside NetBuM's forum, but I cannot figure out what.I will think about it for a while. In the mean time just a few questions for NetBuM:You said you are trying to install the mod on SMF 2.0 RC2, but I have just checked your forum and it's 2.0 RC3Was it a typo?Did you upgrade lately from RC2 to RC3?Since you upgraded it have you installed any other mods via the package manager without errors?Have you ever installed any other mods without errors since you started your forum?You also said you "tried to Parse for a manual install but and error comes up".What error?What parsed instructions are you using?
Quote from: NetBuM on October 09, 2010, 12:27:46 PMI did about a month or two ago update to Theme "The Killing SMF2", by Akyhne Now that I think of it maybe it could be a problem with the theme. I remember having this type of problem before when I was running SMF 1.10 or thereabouts. When I upgraded to run the SMF 2.0 RCxx the problem went away. I may revert back to the previous version of this theme and see if that helps.
Quote from: NetBuM on October 09, 2010, 12:27:46 PMWhen I tried to parse I got the following message:An Error Has Occurred!Sorry, but the modification could not be parsed.
Quote from: NetBuM on October 09, 2010, 01:25:24 PMThe theme version RC2 and I tried it but no go. Will give your suggestion a read.
Quote from: butchs on October 09, 2010, 09:26:31 AMTry to search the topic???
Quote from: carbonize on October 09, 2010, 02:05:10 PMQuote from: butchs on October 09, 2010, 09:26:31 AMTry to search the topic???People shouldn't have to search for what should be in the description/instructions.
Quote from: flutter on October 20, 2010, 04:13:39 AMI've been using this for ages on my old site. Now trying to install it on the new one and I get a test failed on Themes/default/ManageMembers.template.php Themes/default/Register.template.phpThe parse feature isn't working and I can't get the code I need to insert to get the mod working.
Quote from: flutter on October 20, 2010, 10:41:28 AMJust installed 2.0 and now I can't get this mod to work at all. I'll be lost without it. Just came back on this. I downloaded it again, my version was about a year old and wouldn't have been able to work with the most recent 2.0 yet
Quote from: flutter on October 20, 2010, 10:41:28 AMSnoopy, your project honeypot one, is that compatible with this or do I have to choose? I'd love both