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And here's a valid example of blocks with same name, which is in use with 9.1: User Info. Multiple versions of User Info block, a small version with little info viewable only by Anonymous, version with who's online viewable by Registered, and potentially even fuller version viewable by Admins.

This will be disallowed under 9.2? Worse a 9.1 user upgrading will have to delete a block and recreate it each time they want to install a new module, then re-install. For what? Where's the benefit?

I'm changing Pro_News today so it can handle this hidden block issue, lest it's not addressed, so I can live with either outcome. But to be clear I am not opposed to preventing true duplicate blocks, or even deleting 1 instance of a true or even a presumed duplicate. However as implemented this code utilises one "duplicate" but displays the other "duplicate." I.e. it makes the (presumed) duplicate situation worse - that's what I was trying to get across.

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BrokenCrust wrote
There seems to be an issue with the credits page and blocks:-

includes\classes\blocks.php

* Notice line 36: Undefined index: credits
* Warning line 38: Invalid argument supplied for foreach()
* Warning line 46: array_merge_recursive() [function.array-merge-recursive]: Argument #2 is not an array


Fixed

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Also small issue with XHTML 1.1 compliance with nbbcode.php. CVS shows it as modified to be compliant, and it is when used singly as in Forums. But in Submit News where it is called twice, a warning is given for a duplicate definition of hr. Removing name=hr from the javascript for HR resolves this, and doesn't seem to cause any problems - at least with my limited testing.

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NanoCaiordo wrote
BrokenCrust wrote
There seems to be an issue with the credits page and blocks:-

includes\classes\blocks.php

* Notice line 36: Undefined index: credits
* Warning line 38: Invalid argument supplied for foreach()
* Warning line 46: array_merge_recursive() [function.array-merge-recursive]: Argument #2 is not an array


Fixed


Where is it possible to download the fixed blocks.php ??

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@layingback fixed the previously missed hr tag

@blue22deep its in our cvs repo

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OK I have been putting this off for a while waiting on modules and themes to be updated out there etc, but I was wondering how much of a hassle is it to upgrade and at the same time is it really something I need to do?

"I think not" said Descartes, and disappeared!

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Hi, can you put a download link for DragonflyCMS v 10?

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v10 is still in development and only available via CVS

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Hello

installed on a local site to test the cvs version,

but I have two problems that can not resolve

administration block is not displayed correctly
and administration of the forums showed me that option should show Admin.

I made changes to the site to suit my taste, was to rename the module Forums to Foros, but trying to return the name and still does not work for me,

What could be?

thanks
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