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ians wrote
run0 wrote
i dont think so since brennor released his first and wanted to compare with ians' but he hadnt shown his


I think you need to reread this topic, that's totally untrue. This item was discussed many times in the past and no one had posted anything until I did so, the code brennor posted is only a version of what I posted.


Which is what I said here:

Rayvenhaus wrote
Andreas wrote
Rayvenhaus - if we are currently using the code provided here for our Subforums, will that be compatible with the integrated Subforums in the CORE?


I am currently talking with both Brennor and ians. Brennors code appears to be made from part or all of ians code. If so then the mod released here must be sanctioned by ians or ians must release his code to me before we can go any farther. If the talks take to long, we'll go another way which means that the code here will not be compatible.


Again, the bottom line... I'm still waiting on your decision on your code ians.

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ah, well my mistake opening my ignorant mouth :X

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run0 wrote
ah, well my mistake opening my ignorant mouth :X


I know it was an innocent comment but it's a touchy subject Very Happy

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Well, I can see that this thread has run it's course.

Subforums is one of the highest rated requests in the current survey so we will be working on that one. Which way it goes, what code is used all depends on several things.

One thing to remember. DF is open source. GPL'd. If you post code here that is a modification to the code base of DF, then, by that nature, it is also open source. If someone takes that code and give you credit for it and then mods it again, that is also open source and that is how open source works.

If I remember correctly ians, Brennor did give you credit for the code you posted. He also gave you credit again when he put the package up for download. He also backed off when you questioned it.

So lets drop it and move forward. I am going to working Subforums to the core of CPGBB (Or whatever it will be called). Whether it's your code, Brennors code, a combination of both your codes or something entirely differnet is up to both of you. You know the address to my inbox. Smile

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t31os thx for the fix works great

ok i question . ive made a forum and added a lot of forums to it as subforums . now i dont want people to be able to post in the first forum , if i lock it it shows locked and i may discourgae ppl from clicking on it

any ideas how i can create a container for the subforums without the above problem ?

just came to me , ive made it admins only can start post , thx for listening Smile

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Ok, don't know if this has been posted or not I read through all the thread so here goes.

I see theres and admin function but I do not see anything different am i doing something wrong the subforums work if I manually do the change in the DB

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It could be added to default already aswell Smile

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Eestlane wrote
It could be added to default already aswell Smile


in 9.2 RC2? How?

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dragonflycms.org/Forum...html#52936

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Eestlane wrote
http://dragonflycms.org/Forums/viewtopic/p=52936.html#52936


thanks, i thought it's included in the core so that i wont have other task to take care when upgrading...

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I must have missed this raised somewhere but haven't been able to find the answer. So sorry if I'm asking what's already been answered, but

At the top of a DF board with subforums you see:

Moderators: Array

eg: dragonflycms.org/Forum...orum/f=43/

Does anyone know how to fix that?

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Sorry for a shameless bump, but I'm sure that someone must have already solved this? If not I will try my best but it would be a shame to bust a gut for nothing.

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OK, I guess I found a fix.

Open modules/Forums/viewforum.php
Search for
$forum_moderators = ( count($moderators) ) ? implode(', ', $moderators) : $lang['None'];
change $forum_moderators to $forum_moderators2
Now search for
'MODERATORS' => $forum_moderators,
and change $forum_moderators to $forum_moderators2 again.

That should do it.

The problem was, that the $forum_moderators was defined as array before(in case of subforums only I guess), so it can't just simply have a string value.

Also, it would be nice if you would make a bug report of it and also give the fix, then it would be fixed in next version.

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Thank you very much! Really appreciated. I will do the bug report now.

Olive Net
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Management for sub-forums and other forums options (getlink and external url forum title) have just been introduced in CVS along few small changes that should improve scalability.

[edit]As per roadmap they will be moved in 9.2 branch as well[/edit]

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