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aerograf

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Posted on: 8/8 13:56
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#21

Re: Xoops modules translations

Done


Cesagonchu

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Posted on: 8/7 23:28
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#22

Re: Xoops modules translations

- Newbb 5.0 Final for XOOPS 2.5.10

Thanks in advance for your translations!


Mamba

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Posted on: 8/3 22:42
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#23

Re: New design for german XOOPS site

Very cool! Nice job!!!
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Yurdal

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Posted on: 8/1 16:37
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#24

Re: New design for german XOOPS site

Looks nice:)


goffy

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Posted on: 8/1 13:21
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#25

New design for german XOOPS site

Hi together

https://www.myxoops.org/ got a new design

Any comments/critics/suggestions are welcome.

If you find bugs then please let me know


zyspec

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Posted on: 7/31 18:25
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#26

Re: Upgrade my own modules to 2.5.10 and Xmf

You might want to look at WgGallery (https://github.com/ggoffy/wggallery) - it uses some of the XMF features, PHP namespaces, uses the "common" admin GUI, etc.

It would be a good starting point to help you understand how to implement some of the newer XOOPS 2.5.x features. After that you can browse some of the recently edited modules in the GitHub modules repositories to see other examples.


dejadingo

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Posted on: 7/30 20:28
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#27

Upgrade my own modules to 2.5.10 and Xmf

I'm currently upgrading my own handful of simple modules to Xoops 2.5.10. Some are pretty old, and I would like to have a consistent admin side as well as position them to move forward easily in future.

Can someone point me to an existing module that takes full advantage of Xmf that I can use as an example? It can even be something working with the upcoming new Xoops version. I just want to see a complete basic implementation.

Thanks,
Sherry


goffy

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Posted on: 7/30 5:11
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#28

Re: Warning with xoInboxCount

hi geekwright

many thanks for help and explanation


geekwright

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Posted on: 7/29 23:30
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#29

Re: Warning with xoInboxCount

Here is a quick review of the problem Goffy experienced for anyone following along.

This will NOT work and triggers the warning:
<{if xoInboxCount}> ... <{/if}>


This will work:
<{xoInboxCount assign="unreadCount"}> <{if $unreadCount}> ... <{/if}>


The output of xoInboxCount goes straight to the page output. Using the assign parameter assigns the count to variable that can be used with the "if" function.


goffy

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Posted on: 7/29 5:46
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#30

Re: Warning with xoInboxCount

sent



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