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guardian2k1
Re: Protest Thread to *REMOVE* Displayname Field From Xoops...

One thing I can't stand is being called a liar. Personally I think you are being stupid, in fact, I'm not going to waste my time on this because its a pointless argument that you seriously went the wrong way of dealing with.

Your argument carries no weight, no logic and is meaningless. XOOPS track record on security is pretty good considering it was originally a fork of postnuke. Anything that improves that record is welcome

As to the *we*, I don't see many backing you up on this.
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guardian2k1
Re: Protest Thread to *REMOVE* Displayname Field From Xoops...

I find this thread hilarious, stupid and a waste of peoples time. You can't remove a feature if its already been implemented in the core. Again, as I repeated in a previous post Xoops-2.2 is dead. If you feel this should be removed then I would suggest creating a patch for *those* that want to have this feature removed.

Most cms's I've tried have had a display name/login name. I don't see why XOOPS should be any different.
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guardian2k1
Re: Feeds from other sites in to yours?

Try xhld from Peak Xoops
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guardian2k1
Re: Protest Thread to *REMOVE* Displayname Field From Xoops...

I think if the new features of 2.2 bother you this much why did you upgrade? 2.2 is basically a floating version and will eventually be killed off when 2.4 is available for us. As for putting *protest* in the subject. I think is a little immature and not the way to go about things.

Just my 2 cents.
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guardian2k1
Re: Integration of fckeditor with 2.2.3

Download the editor from here Download Fckeditor. Upload to class/xoopseditor.
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guardian2k1
Re: can any1 confirm (prob on xoops.org)

From about 12:00AM to 6:00AM this morning trying to view Xoops.org became impossible with errors showing that it couldn't connect to the Database:(
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guardian2k1
Re: Moving news items into new categories

hmm, this is gonna be fun. Article No.1 out of 2,674. See you next year:P
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guardian2k1
Moving news items into new categories

Is there a way to move news articles into different categories without having to manually edit each article and specify a new category?
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guardian2k1
Re: Web host directory

Probably wflinks is your best bet but would require quite a number of fixes. mylinks possibly struggles to handle more than 300 directories from what we've experienced.

Both are available in the module repository.
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guardian2k1
Re: HTML/Static pages problems with Xoops 2.0.13.2

We use content to manage static pages and add them to the main menu. I don't have a direct link to the module unfortunately. If you download the community pack and upload the content module directory ONLY to your modules directory and install. You can build custom pages using fckeditor which is built in WYSIWYG editor Content Module
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