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Re: Predator Joined Mambo!
  • 2005/5/8 0:33

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I think what is important is our community move forward as a whole. This is an open source project. People are free to come and go as they please, even devs. We may not like it when this happens, but that's life.

One day I hope to leave my mark on this community. Right now I don't know squat about php, html, or css but I've got ambition, and until I can code or theme or help other newbies I will use the work of others that have gone before me.

Thanks for all the free coding, product, and answers you guys give us. I hope to be one of you guys soon.

don (el paso)



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Re: [Need help!] Presenting XOOPS at the PHP Spring Conference
  • 2005/5/1 20:52

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I like what I am seeing and the spirit of cooperation too! Keep up the great work guys. I can't wait to hear how things turned out and to look at a finished product.

don (el paso)



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What mods is best suited for an online charactor sheet?
  • 2005/5/1 5:00

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Hi guys,

I am working on an dungeons and dragons rpg gaming site for some friends. Is there a module that would act like an online charactor sheet? You know something to keep track a players characters and allow the players to make changes and download when needed. I don't know how many times my friends wife cant find her charactor sheets.

don (el paso)



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Re: I need your experience
  • 2005/4/13 3:54

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cplus,
You could try smart partner or smart client. Might be what you're looking for.

don (el paso)



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Re: User's keep having to log back in.
  • 2005/4/2 10:37

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Hey... that fixed my problem too! I was just strolling by minding my own business and bam!

I was wondering what caused that. Well anywho it doesn't seem to be a problem for me now.

don (el paso)



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Re: Control of module positioning
  • 2005/3/28 7:54

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mickbriz,

I was pointing out how to change the order that blocks appear on a page. You do that in Control Panel Home using the system admin block/ blocks admin. I misunderstood what you were asking. I am going to take another stab at an answer but later. I want reason out my response before I stick my other foot in my mouth

don (el paso)



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Re: Control of module positioning
  • 2005/3/27 6:53

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mickbriz,

The order a module appears on a page is determined by setting the weight of the module in blocks administration. In the weight colum number the forum 1 and recent topics 2. You will find the blocks admin in the control panel under system admin block.

Don't forget to hit the submit button at the bottom of the Blocks Administration page after making changes.

Make sense?

don (el paso)




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