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claydoh
Re: Editors for blocks?
  • 2009/4/12 14:18

  • claydoh

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Sorry for the delay, and thanks for the assistance :)

I don't get any other errors. Using Trabis' code removes the error message, but I still just get a plain text input area with no controls.



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claydoh
Re: Editors for blocks?
  • 2009/4/7 19:29

  • claydoh

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NoticeUndefined variablerows in file /modules/system/admin/blocksadmin/blockform.php line 55
Notice
Undefined variablecols in file /modules/system/admin/blocksadmin/blockform.php line 56


the relevant lines:
$editor_configs['rows'] = $rows $rows 35;
$editor_configs['cols'] = $cols $cols 60;



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claydoh
Re: Editors for blocks?
  • 2009/4/5 22:11

  • claydoh

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This does work for me on my new 2.3.3 install. Am I missing something under my nose ;)



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claydoh
Re: XoopsGallery2 - Lets get the bugs out!
  • 2008/4/16 21:35

  • claydoh

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avtx30, the version you link to is the older, Gallery 1x version, and not the xoppsgallery2 module, which is based on the much more current Gallery 2x code.

though I find the 1.3x versions very stable, and the modifications to support php 5 are wonderful, the gallery2 code base promises many more features and tools. The image uploader alone is worth it for me. The overall module is currently overkill for my needs, however (personally speaking of course)



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claydoh
Re: Mastop Publish WYSIWYG Editor Broke
  • 2008/3/29 15:08

  • claydoh

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I am using it the same way you are, no commenting as it is unneeded where I am using it. Plus the menu blocks are useful as well. I had problems with the editor not working, until I realized tinymce didn't support the Konqueror web browser :( but that is rather minor as I use Firefox as well.

Thank you for the info !



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claydoh
Re: Mastop Publish WYSIWYG Editor Broke
  • 2008/3/27 2:20

  • claydoh

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If possible, could you post the fix?

others who come across the same problem would be able to find the fix much easier then ;)



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claydoh
Re: XoopsGallery 2.1
  • 2008/1/16 21:00

  • claydoh

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The second Download link has a 404 error, but the first still works :)

2.1 version of Xoopsgallery is based on newer (2.x) version of Gallery, while, the older version is based on the previous version. 1.3x is muc easier to install, and is stable, but has some security issues

2.x was not finished in that it is not easy to install. Not sure if this version has improved the install, but looking at the install.txt from the doc directory does explain all the steps. I never got around to installing it successfully, may try with this one



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claydoh
Re: Bad upgrade instructions
  • 2007/11/12 4:08

  • claydoh

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Quote:
Upgrading from XOOPS 2.0.16

1. Get the update package from the sourceforge file repository
2. Overwrite your existing files with the new ones


These are the instructions for upgrading from 2.0.16 to 2.0.17.1. Now I definitely agree that the instructions you are following need to be clarified, but they are for upgrading from a different version of Xoops


Quote:
Upgrading from XOOPS 2.0.14/2.0.15 (easy way)

1. Get the appropriate update package from the sourceforge file repository
2. Overwrite your existing files with the new ones
3. Access /upgrade/ with a browser
4. Follow the instructions to update your database
5. Delete the upgrade folder

Upgrading from XOOPS 2.0.14/2.0.15 (using the full package)
1. Move the "upgrade" folder inside the "htdocs" folder (it's been kept out as it's not needed for full installs)
2. Delete htdocs/mainfile.php, and htdocs/install
3. Upload the content of the htdocs folder over your existing files
4. Access /upgrade/ with a browser
5. Follow the instructions to update your database
6. Delete the upgrade folder



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claydoh
Re: Proposal: Towards A Sustainable Open Source Project
  • 2007/10/27 21:14

  • claydoh

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wow 10 page threads are hard to plow through :(

I received a PM from sailjapan about my nomination. I don't know how much I can help, especially if all the threads get this long

Honestly, I feel the more people who get involved in whatever fashion makes for a more robust Open Source community and project, and maybe once this is all done, more will stay in to do whatever they can to help out.

But, I must express my concerns if Damaster is involved in any way, and my nearly equal concerns about vaughan's responses.

I don't think I would be much use time wise at the moment, so in adding it all up, I must defer to those with more time and enthusiasm at the moment.



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claydoh
Re: Helping organize Xoops, join me on a messenger system
  • 2007/10/14 3:37

  • claydoh

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  • Since: 2003/6/6 0


I prefer the forums primarily, but I favor irc over IM as it is more public and you only have to have one protocol to manage :) . Most of the projects I have been involved with or use have a channel on freenode, from the small to the large.

Of course, if the channel is small and quiet....




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