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scasmar

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Posted on: 2012/6/24 8:17
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#91

Re: News 1.67 RC 1 ready for testing

My English is very bad, so I will try with google translator.

off topic: Sport is the only thing that gives us some joy lately the Spanish jejeje

Cesagonchu

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Posted on: 2012/6/24 8:33
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#92

Re: News 1.67 RC 1 ready for testing

Thank you!
This will help XOOPS and Spanish that support it

Off Topic :

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Posted on: 2012/6/24 13:41
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#93

Re: News 1.67 RC 1 ready for testing

One error :

Use of undefined constant _AM_MODULEADMIN_FOOTER assumed '_AM_MODULEADMIN_FOOTER' in file /modules/news/admin/admin_footer.php ligne 22

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Posted on: 2012/6/24 15:45
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#94

Re: News 1.67 RC 1 ready for testing

It seems like Kris fixed one bug in Revision 9700, but has introduced another one:

It should be "_AM_MODULEADMIN_ADMIN_FOOTER" instead of "_AM_MODULEADMIN_FOOTER"

It's fixed now in XOOPS SVN.

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Posted on: 2012/6/24 19:13
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#95

Re: News 1.67 RC 1 ready for testing

Thank you Mamba

A member of frxoops made ​​a change in :

news/templates/blocks/news_block_top.html

Please see here.

What do you think of it?

Anonymous

Posted on: 2012/6/24 20:16
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#96

Re: News 1.67 RC 1 ready for testing

Nice to see the module news is being worked on again. Is the news_block_top.html change supposed to solve blank page issues? I hope so !

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Posted on: 2012/6/24 20:57
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#97

Re: News 1.67 RC 1 ready for testing

Quote:
What do you think of it?

I don't see much difference, except adding the "Read more" link.

I understand that he had some issues, but I wonder if this was caused by the Block template, or by the theme that he used? What kind of theme did he use? I would like to be able to reproduce the problem so I can better understand it.

Maybe he can provide a screenshot of the problem?

Also, using HTML tables is not very popular and in general it is recommended not to use them, so I am also not sure about the approach he took, but maybe some designers could advise on this?
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