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Post count problem

Started by mantodeus, January 08, 2010, 06:30:21 AM

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mantodeus

Hi

I have one little problem,I don't know is it bug or it is just the way SMF works.So I have one board (lets name it General) and under that board 3-4 subforums.When I post in the subforums the post count is rising and appearing when I am in this General board.But when I am on my forum index I see that General display 0 posts,0 topics ? Why is this happening,any ideas ?

Regards

derby

Quote from: mantodeus on January 08, 2010, 06:30:21 AM
Hi

I have one little problem,I don't know is it bug or it is just the way SMF works.So I have one board (lets name it General) and under that board 3-4 subforums.When I post in the subforums the post count is rising and appearing when I am in this General board.But when I am on my forum index I see that General display 0 posts,0 topics ? Why is this happening,any ideas ?

Regards
Yes,Dat is how smf works
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feline

Go to Admin - Forum - Boards - Settings and check Count child's posts in parent's totals

Fel

mantodeus

Quote from: feline on January 08, 2010, 07:03:22 AM
Go to Admin - Forum - Boards - Settings and check Count child's posts in parent's totals

Fel

Perfect !! Thanks a lot

feline


derby

Quote from: feline on January 08, 2010, 07:03:22 AM
Go to Admin - Forum - Boards - Settings and check Count child's posts in parent's totals

Fel
hmmmm ::)
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mantodeus

This fixed the problem but if I post in the child of the child forum the post count still doesn't get updated.This is really strange.

KensonPlays

Maybe you can suggest a mod to include ALL child boards, like if you have a child board of a child board of a child board of a child board of a parent board, it will count posts from all of them...

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