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solo71

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Posted on: 2008/4/23 19:30
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#11

Re: [MULTIMENU] Navigation and menu manager - version 2.0 for test

Do you mind give me an admin access?

wishcraft

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Posted on: 2008/4/23 20:26
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Re: [MULTIMENU] Navigation and menu manager - version 2.0 for test

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Runeher wrote:
Ok... deleted the directory, went to imagemanager and the directory was created again... however... chmod is set to 0777, yet it's not writable...


Yeah that is the only problem in creating directories on some services through the apache php client... Apache generally operates in a different user group than your actual username like the one you use to access FTP

Sometime there are conflict where the owner of the directory, in this example apache, prevents you from uploading directories or files to that folder.
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Posted on: 2008/4/23 20:27
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Re: [MULTIMENU] Navigation and menu manager - version 2.0 for test

So, there is nothing we can do about that?

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Re: [MULTIMENU] Navigation and menu manager - version 2.0 for test

It doesn't happen in all example, generally what causes this is an unexperienced network engineer. What Rune will have to do is talk to his hosting provider and find out if he can be included into the apache user group or have a user group type that bridges the two.
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Runeher

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Posted on: 2008/4/23 21:08
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#15

Re: [MULTIMENU] Navigation and menu manager - version 2.0 for test

I got it to work... . I completely removed everything... installed it again... deleted the directory and made it manually, chmodet and voila...

nice interface!

One of the most useful modules to xoops!!


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solo71

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Posted on: 2008/4/24 6:03
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Re: [MULTIMENU] Navigation and menu manager - version 2.0 for test

Does the module correctly write (and update) all the cache files? Check it...

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Posted on: 2008/4/25 2:40
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#17

Re: [MULTIMENU] Navigation and menu manager - version 2.0 for test

MM is one of the "must-have-can't-live-without-and-wouldn't-if-I-could" modules. Thanks for the update. Is there a menu item weight feature in this version? That's the only thing I have really missed.

Jere
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solo71

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Re: [MULTIMENU] Navigation and menu manager - version 2.0 for test

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jfmoore wrote:
"must-have-can't-live-without-and-wouldn't-if-I-could"


I was looking for a slogan for my module, but I think I found it - lol!

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jfmoore wrote:
Is there a menu item weight feature in this version? That's the only thing I have really missed.


Yes, and that was the most delicat part, on many points about this module (not to say crutial).

Check on the link form the "position" case. I have replaced the traditionnal "weight" form by a "position" one where you can decide where you want the new link to find his position.

This can eventually be set on the main list page as well.

I know this part can be enhanced on many points, but so far, I think it suits the needs, and may avoid manu manipulation errors.

Runeher

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Posted on: 2008/4/25 12:04
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Re: [MULTIMENU] Navigation and menu manager - version 2.0 for test

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Does the module correctly write (and update) all the cache files? Check it...


I found no trace of it...

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solo71

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#20

Re: [MULTIMENU] Navigation and menu manager - version 2.0 for test

Sorry, check this...

Take one of your menu, and go on index page. Select the 'Dyn Vertical' template.

Then go on your server in the 'uploads/multimenu/cache' directory. Check wether the module has created a list of template files with .css and .js extensions...