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Started by rtil, September 19, 2011, 03:38:50 AM
// This cannot happen! if (!isset($_SESSION[$verificationOptions['id'] . '_vv']['count'])) fatal_lang_error('no_access', false);
Quote from: Norv on September 27, 2011, 03:19:40 AMI would do the following, to be sure: dump the settings table of a new 2.0/2.0.1 installation, into a file, and do the same with the settings table of your live forum. If you wish, you can compare them yourself, or you can PM me the dump of your live installation settings table, to take a quick look.If that doesn't help, then we can try to take a look at permissions too (sounds unlikely though). Also, during attempted registration, does the page show any js errors or other errors in the browser console?
Quote from: rtil on September 23, 2011, 04:00:10 PMwhen users tried to register with my security question, after registering it would just take them to an error page that saidQuoteAn Error Has Occurred!You are not allowed to access this sectionwhen i turned the registration question off, this didn't happen anymore.however, now my forum is being flooded with spambots because CAPTCHA just doesn't show up (blank image). so i have no registration security at the moment.this is my forum link: http://www.thebackalleys.com/forum/i have no mods that interfere with CAPTCHA or registration questions.any ideas as to why a security question would cause an error?the question was "what is 5+3?" with the answer "8".when i enabled security question, it gave me 4 rows of questions with no options to add or remove rows. i left the rest of the rows blank.
QuoteAn Error Has Occurred!You are not allowed to access this section