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Re: Conversation with XOOPS Cube about potential collaboration on X3 development
  • 2010/11/22 11:52

  • bumciach

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  • Since: 2007/6/25


Great news! I have looked into XopsCube some time ago. I remember that there was some interesting ideas and I wished to see the merge of both those comunities somedays. So I think cooperation X3 and XC could bring a lot of positives.

Zend is also good direction. ZF is one of the best known and quite advanced php frameworks.



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bumciach
Re: XOOPS 2.5.x Translations
  • 2010/11/18 13:09

  • bumciach

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  • Posts: 153

  • Since: 2007/6/25


Excuse me Kris, but I have to ask. Why are duplicated strings (with smiles and imagemenager) in global.php? I know defines constants in module system are changed ... But since the strings have to be duplicated, it seems that all the constants in global.php should be prefixed with single '_' and not with '_AM', and a few are now. It's a bit inconsistent.



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bumciach
xnews and dojo toolkit
  • 2010/11/10 22:24

  • bumciach

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  • Since: 2007/6/25


Is dojo used by xnews module? Or it is planned in future version? Now it seems that it is completely unused.



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bumciach
Re: xoops_getmodulehandler()
  • 2010/10/11 8:15

  • bumciach

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  • Since: 2007/6/25


Do you change the name of the class also inside this file?



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bumciach
Re: Time & Date In Shoutbox
  • 2010/9/29 9:07

  • bumciach

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  • Posts: 153

  • Since: 2007/6/25


I suspect that this is about displaying the date / time of Shout. You need to edit the file /templates/shoutbox_shoutframe.html - best to copy this file to your theme and change it there (for details see Templates Overriding) or clone on the skin in the admin panel.
There find <($shout.message)> and in this area put <($shout.time)>. And test the place that best suits you.



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bumciach
Re: HTML 5 is coming
  • 2010/9/7 11:58

  • bumciach

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  • Posts: 153

  • Since: 2007/6/25


Many interesting info about HTML5 semantic, etc.

Headings vs HTML5’s outline



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bumciach
Re: Article information header AMS 3.0
  • 2010/9/7 10:21

  • bumciach

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  • Since: 2007/6/25


For information. Alternatively, to clone the default template, you can use the so-called Templates Overriding. (my preferred way)



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bumciach
Re: Updating and cleaning up the Wiki
  • 2010/9/7 8:56

  • bumciach

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  • Since: 2007/6/25


Good initiative!
Regardless of the tutorials in pdf, it is good to move at least some information from those files to the wiki. I am thinking, for example, XOOPS Module Structure Function (PDF). This will enable collaboration over documentation.



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bumciach
Re: Creating code snippet with CKeditor
  • 2010/9/2 11:25

  • bumciach

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  • Since: 2007/6/25


OK. I was looking for a little bit. This topic suggested to me what the problem.

I write posts in CKeditor and would like to show some pice of HTML code. Paste the code in the editor and special characters are converted to HTML Entities automatically. Everything is ok until I open the note for editing: HTML Entities are converted back again to html tags, so it are rendered by the editor.

Preg_replace in the method htmlSpecialChars of MyTextSanitizer class proved to be the culprit. It changes &amp; back to the &. This is useful when using DHTMLeditor or plain text to see the normal texarea tags or quote (instead of HTML Entities). But it spoils the WYSIWYG editors work in some cases.

Are there any work around this?



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bumciach
Creating code snippet with CKeditor
  • 2010/8/31 7:55

  • bumciach

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  • Posts: 153

  • Since: 2007/6/25


I remember in the old FCKeditor was an icon "insert code block" or something. Can anyone use such functions in CKeditor?
So far CKeditor served me very well. But I'm thinking about running something like techblog (many pieces of code to show) and such functionality would be useful.

Of course, I can use the DHTML editor, but it does not produce too structured html. In addition, these [bbcode] is a little dead end, IMHO. I prefer editors to support or full HTML or Markdown markup (easy to read even as plain text).




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