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javelin
Forum upgrade
  • 2006/5/22 12:37

  • javelin

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  • Since: 2004/3/11


I'm sure I should know the answer but I'm having severe brainfade.

The site is 2.0.13.2
the forum version is 1
I want to upgrade the forum so I uploaded newbb2 and tried 2.3 but each time when I click on the upgrade I end up with half the modules vanishing and no forum.

Have reinstalled the backup and am back to normal now.

What on earth am I doing wrong?
I might not be very clever but I can lift heavy weights!



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javelin
Re: advice for handling pdf documents
  • 2006/2/11 0:24

  • javelin

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Come on Shine,

I'm almost dead holding my breath for your solution
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javelin
Re: advice for handling pdf documents
  • 2006/2/8 15:13

  • javelin

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  • Since: 2004/3/11


I cant speak for what jharis is wanting but I have a site athttp://www.suffolksocialcare.org

This lists all the policies used by social care for Suffolk county council in the UK.

If you click on one of the sections you get a list of policies in that subject and clicking on the item will download the policy.
I would like to have the pdf appear as part of the site instead with the option of a full download for printing etc.

Hope that clarifies my request

I might not be very clever but I can lift heavy weights!



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javelin
Re: advice for handling pdf documents
  • 2006/2/8 11:14

  • javelin

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I’m trembling with barely contained anticipation

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javelin
Re: advice for handling pdf documents
  • 2006/2/8 10:25

  • javelin

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  • Since: 2004/3/11


I have the same issue.

Have got a number of pdf files that I would like to incorporate into the site rather than having them as a straight download or open up in a separate window.

Vaguely remember seeing an article on this subject some time ago butmy searches have not turned it up yet.

Sorry only 1 beer left have drunk the other two

I might not be very clever but I can lift heavy weights!



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javelin
Re: voting in 2.2.3
  • 2005/11/26 11:57

  • javelin

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Many thanks,

I've put in a feature request on the module dev forge and will install AMS.

Cheers
Mike
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javelin
Re: voting in 2.2.3
  • 2005/11/26 11:12

  • javelin

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1.4, as supplied with the "community pack"

The only option I can find is in the News prefs which is either rating on or off.
There appears to be no option to dissalow Anonymous to rate unlike for comments where you can specifically dissallow Anonymous.
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javelin
Re: voting in 2.2.3
  • 2005/11/26 10:53

  • javelin

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  • Since: 2004/3/11


Clean install of 2.2.3

Is it possible to stop Anonymous from "rating this story" but allow registered to do so, whilst allowing anonymous to viewing rights to News stories.

If yes - a quick sentance of how would be great.

If No - then is this a mistake that will be fixed in future or is it intentional?

I would be nice to have clarification either way.
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javelin
voting in 2.2.3
  • 2005/11/25 4:57

  • javelin

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I've allowed anonymous to view news but not to comment unless logged in.
However how do I stop anonymous from being able to rate a news item?
All I seem to be able to do is either turn rating on or off for all.

Cheers
I might not be very clever but I can lift heavy weights!



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javelin
Re: 2.2.3 link
  • 2005/11/23 23:44

  • javelin

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  • Since: 2004/3/11


Sods law - it's working now!
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