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Marco

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Posted on: 2012/1/4 21:12
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#1

Re: Problem with news1.66 and xoops 2.5

@trabis
Quote:

You can fix your problem by editing language/yourlanguage/global.php and change
define('_SHORTDATESTRING', 'd/m/Y');
into
define('_SHORTDATESTRING', 'd-m-Y');

you imagine we have to change all translation for all modules, depending on the version of xoops we use?
it's perhaps time to fix this in the core, xoops 2.5.4 is more than 2 months old , now.
thanks
marco
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Marco

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Posted on: 2010/11/4 5:56
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#2

Re: What's the official XOOPS bug report channel?

adding a ticket on the Xoops sourceforge bug tracker is the best way, you can add attachments too
+
if your fix is linked to a bug explained in a forum thread, adding a post with the link to the SF ticket is an advised good practive !

thanks in advance for your fixes !

marco
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Marco

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Posted on: 2010/10/3 12:57
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#3

Re: How to edit templates

to edit, click on the left hand side menu in the template manager page, and scroll down to find, within the theme, your module's template.
we'll see if we can improve the help text, so people can better understand
marco
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Marco

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Posted on: 2010/8/27 5:52
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#4

Re: Restricting cache size

make use of the xoopscare module, it's dedicated for that purpose
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Marco

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Posted on: 2010/8/24 11:28
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#5

Re: Restricting cache size

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Is it possible to have automatic cache celaning with Xoops Care?

yes ! it's the solution
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Marco

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Posted on: 2010/7/18 18:13
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#6

Re: Allow anonymous users to send private message

such a feature is not recommendable, since it permits bots to overload the PM module (so the website server) with spams/queries, even with captcha.
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Marco

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Posted on: 2010/5/25 17:43
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#7

Re: What a ranker!

well, that's the same again and again, years after years, and make me laugh
Please remember that catz was leading a release few months before (he made a lot at rewriting some old classes, and at cleaning code), and one day we had no news from him (i was supposed to help him by testing). that's life !
Hopefully some found a solution to continue things, and trabis arrived as core dev. Hopefully catz seems to get better :
what is cool is that he is back again !

if DJ and trabis can work together for finalizing quickly 2.4.5, it will be great. IMHO, trabis can lead alone the core dev on 2.4x.

What is cool is that DJ is about to show the new branch code made by his own, so this new API code should have some integrity. Let's be confident in his work, and wait a little (only few days, no ?? ). Then we'll have a lot to do at testing.
I would suggest some experimented module devs to work closely with DJ on X3 finalization (catz?), because xoops is nothing without a module...The same with theme designers...

marco
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Marco

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Posted on: 2010/5/9 11:09
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#8

Re: WF-Modules

Quote:

I deleted the wrong database and was unable to recover it.

hehe, generally, when john has backup mistakes, it says us catz is about to start a great period of creativity. welcome back john !
marco
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Marco

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Posted on: 2010/2/20 15:53
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#9

Re: GZip compression?

yes, it seems it works for you
perhaps can you put the testing url in this post
marco


Marco

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Posted on: 2010/2/20 11:27
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#10

Re: GZip compression?

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coz I can't see any difference?

yep, me too,you'll find, in the given url, links to online testing tools, to check if the gzip works on your pages or not
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