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Started by live627, June 09, 2010, 09:29:56 PM

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IDunc



IDunc

Can anyone help? I want to get this working with Ultimate Profile on SMF 2.0 RC3.


ascaland

I have now just updated the Activity in Profile modification to version 1.1. This addresses and fixes the issue with the Ultimate Profile mod for both SMF 1.1.x and 2.0 RC3.

IDunc

Thanks a bunch Project Evolution!


ascaland


Modelistis

#25
I have installed this on SMF 2.0 RC3 and in Profile where it should appear "Current Activity:" it on shows the two dots ":" otherwise it orks fine.
Any tips?

P.S. - I´m using Portuguese language pack.

ascaland

Hmmm, oddly enough I parsed the mod to double check but it isnt it.
Perhaps its the language pack. Can you post it here?

Modelistis

Quote from: Project Evolution on June 25, 2010, 02:19:32 PM
Hmmm, oddly enough I parsed the mod to double check but it isnt it.
Perhaps its the language pack. Can you post it here?

Solved !  :P

I tried to change language pack to English and then to Portuguese again and it´s working now....

Many thanks for the mod!  :D

ascaland


Cal O'Shaw

Hello,

Any chance you might consider adding the ability to set permission to see by group?  It would be handy for Admin/Global Moderators, but a number of our members might decide this is somehow "spying", ignoring that they can get this info from the Who's Online panel (I know, I know, but there you are, yes?)

Grazie,

Cal

steve51184

any chance of an option for members to disable it for there profile?

ascaland

Hmmm, im considering these ideas for a version 1.2.

ZOR0

Hi, I just set up everything. Was great, except I had the same problem as the guy above. Only ':' shows up in the profile, and then the action. I don't think it's recognizing whatever it's supposed to from the profile.english. So I went in there and changed the profile.template from:

echo '<dt>', $txt['current_activity'], ': </dt>

To simply:
echo '<dt>', 'Current Activity', ': </dt>

It works that way, but I don't know if that was the best solution. Can anyone tell me?

ascaland

Quote from: ZOR0 on August 25, 2010, 02:25:00 PM
Hi, I just set up everything. Was great, except I had the same problem as the guy above. Only ':' shows up in the profile, and then the action. I don't think it's recognizing whatever it's supposed to from the profile.english. So I went in there and changed the profile.template from:

echo '<dt>', $txt['current_activity'], ': </dt>

To simply:
echo '<dt>', 'Current Activity', ': </dt>

It works that way, but I don't know if that was the best solution. Can anyone tell me?

Odd... I did test this and it worked fine. Are you in the same position with Modelistis aka, language packs and such.

ZOR0

Nope. Default theme, no language pack, and I'm running 2.0 RC3.

I think it's fine though, unless inserting it directly this way ruins the mod, or does something similar.

live627

action=profile;u=364
8: Undefined index: current_activity
File: /public_html/Themes/default/Profile.template.php
Line: 144

iamher

Quote from: ZOR0 on August 25, 2010, 02:25:00 PM
Hi, I just set up everything. Was great, except I had the same problem as the guy above. Only ':' shows up in the profile, and then the action. I don't think it's recognizing whatever it's supposed to from the profile.english. So I went in there and changed the profile.template from:

echo '<dt>', $txt['current_activity'], ': </dt>

To simply:
echo '<dt>', 'Current Activity', ': </dt>

It works that way, but I don't know if that was the best solution. Can anyone tell me?

I'm only getting the : as well.. I tried the codes above, but it screwed it up.. probably did something wrong though LOL

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divecall

How we can add more actions? (like chess-mod or arcademod) or something ?

ascaland

Quote from: divecall on June 09, 2011, 05:21:14 PM
How we can add more actions? (like chess-mod or arcademod) or something ?

Im not sure what you mean, but this retrieves the user action from the Who's Online so you would have to edit that feature rather than this mod.

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