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biomech

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Posted on: 2013/12/4 9:35
biomech
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#1

Re: [Request ] Module for Banners management

@rewarder :

Thanks for the tip.

After a lot of looking around, I found this blog post (Sep 2013 - http://www.openxconsultant.com/blog/2 ... ect-revive-adserver/?wt=2 ) saying that OpenX has sold OpenX Source to an open source developer who is now working on it as a separate open source project called "Revive". See the Revive project site here:

http://www.revive-adserver.com/

I'm going to give this one a go and see how it works.

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biomech

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Posted on: 2013/10/30 0:13
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#2

Re: [Request ] Module for Banners management

Thanks for the response.

I can't see where to create a Zone in the OpenAds interface.
(Using OpenAds 2.0)

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biomech

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Posted on: 2013/10/29 7:25
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#3

Re: [Request ] Module for Banners management

I started with OpenAds / OpenX when it was phpadsnew, and found that it worked well. Trying to install from scratch again now, though, and can't figure out why my banner isn't showing up.

I have "Activate Banners" = 'yes' in admin / Preferences, and have added a banner in the banners module with the JavaScript for the OpenAds banner in the HTML code for the banner, but the banner's not showing up.

Could it be the theme I'm using?
Also, could anyone point me to documentation for adding the JavaScript for OpenAds to the XOOPS banner module, so I can check to make sure I have it right?

Thanks,

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biomech

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Posted on: 2013/9/30 7:29
biomech
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#4

Re: [Request ] Module for Banners management

What's the latest on this? I see that some significant new banner management functionality is in the works for 2.6.0. Is anyone using 2.6.0 yet? How close is it to being usable on a production site? I'm planning to integrate 3rd party banners, but don't want to get it started on my 2.5.6 install if there are going to be significant changes in 2.6.0. (Should I wait, go ahead on 2.5.6, or install 2.6.0 ?)

Cheers,

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biomech

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Posted on: 2013/8/29 9:49
biomech
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#5

Re: extCal 2.37 Final is released

Thanks Mamba,

I took your advice and have come one step forward - the date now displays in correct format.

One problem remains - the month shown when I hover over a date is one month later than the name of the month shown at the top of the calendar:

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Kinda crazy. Is it possible to change a setting or hack the code somewhere?

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biomech

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Posted on: 2013/8/27 6:58
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#6

Re: extCal 2.37 Final is released

Still trying to get to the bottom of this.
I'm wondering if the source of the problem is in /include/calendar.js, or ... ?

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biomech

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Posted on: 2013/8/25 3:49
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#7

Re: extCal 2.37 Final is released

This solved the biggest part of my problem:



# commenting out Line 40 of /class/xoopsform/formtextdateselect.php :
#include_once XOOPS_ROOT_PATH . '/language/' . $GLOBALS['xoopsConfig']['language'] . '/calendar.php';

# and hardcoding the /language/english directory
include_once XOOPS_ROOT_PATH '/language/english/calendar.php';


The MiniCal "Submit event" link is now working as well, mysteriously.

I do still have a problem where, when entering the Start and End date for new events, when I click on the button "..." to bring up the Mini Calendar, the month number entered gets convoluted. For example, when I mouse-over the day "21" in the month of August, the date that appears at the bottom of the MiniCal is "2013/0108/21. Then, when I click on it, the date that gets put into the input box is "2013/0108/21".

Any idea the reason for the weird behavior?

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biomech

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Posted on: 2013/8/25 3:01
biomech
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#8

Re: extCal 2.37 Final is released



Still trying to get the Date fields in the add/edit event to display properly. I also noticed that in the Minical Block, the Submit Event link goes to http://www.kutaki.org/modules/extcal/view_new-event.php instead of new_event.php.

2.37_FINAL



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biomech

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Posted on: 2013/8/21 11:15
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#9

Re: extCal 2.37 Final is released

Only English. (The language/english/ folder is the only one I have.)


biomech

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Posted on: 2013/8/21 5:59
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#10

Re: extCal 2.37 Final is released

Quote:

Quote:

I still couldn't find the reason why my install (2.5.6, extcal_2.37_Final) was giving me '_CAL_TUESDAY', etc instead of the English values.


_CAL_TUESDAY is defined in "/language/english/calendar.php" file:

define('_CAL_TUESDAY',"Tuesday");

Maybe you don't have access to it? Or the file is missing?


The file seems to be there and I seem to have access to it.

Quote:

[quote]
The start and end dates are not displaying correctly, and the pop-up calendar is not getting the date variables, as you can see from the attached image:

It seems like you have very similar problems to those here

Possibly you're using some old translation of XOOPS where the definition for _CAL_FORMAT is missing.

Try to add this line:

define('_CAL_FORMAT',_SHORTDATESTRING);


to "calendar.php" files in all your local languages:

\language\XXX\calendar.php

If there is already a definition like this:

define('_CAL_FORMAT',"Y-m-d");

Just comment it out, and add the one from above.

Let me know if this worked for you.


I did have "define('_CAL_FORMAT',"Y-m-d");" in \language\english\calendar.php. I commented it out and replaced it with "define('_CAL_FORMAT',_SHORTDATESTRING);" as you suggested, but there was no noticeable effect.

Anything else I might check?

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