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Bug #67 Missing Language Definitions & Files - IRCChat
Project: Dragonfly 9.0 -> 9.0.2 Category: *Module Issues
Submitted: Sunday, December 05, 2004 (05:18:52) Modified: Sunday, December 05, 2004 (16:44:28)
Status: Closed Assigned to:
PHP Version: 4.3.9 HTTPD Server: Apache 1.3

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by: 64bitguy
This is just a heads-up that there are a couple of missing Language Definitions in the IRCChat module, plus at the present time, the module fails to include the required cpg_inst.php installation file. (Please see: for that file)

The missing language definitions include (from the admin module setup screen):
_IRC_CONFIG (at the top of the admin screen)
_IRC_SETUP (First setup options)
_IRC_ADDSERVER (Add server options)

These definitions do actually reside in the /language/english/ircchat.php file; however, they are not being seen by the admin functions.

Additionally, it should be noted that none of the default smilies appear at the bottom of the Popup window when actually running Chat as the entire "img" directory is missing from the included files on the CVS server.

I have figured out how to resolve my communications & chatroom background image problems:
After entering room, I was having a problem seeing the normal CPG page background image and any chat being echoed to the screen. This is resolved by doing a "/help" which would immediately display the server help commands over the CPG background image (which I couldn't see until running this command).

At that point, I could scroll up to see any of my own sent text (sent before doing the /help command), as well as any other room chat since being there, as well as new chat content in real-time from that point forward.

I'm not sure why this is necessary; however, I do know that if I don't do this, while I can see everyone's names in the room user menu, I would see nothing in the main chat window.

Finally, it should be noted that the server where the CPGNuke room is, does not support any numbers as the first characters in the user ID. My normal userid of 64bitguy would not work in this service. This could be problematic for any other users testing this solution that normally have a number as the first character. This isn't a bug, but may be useful to the documentation or as a note in the popup menu itself.

by: Trevor
This bug has been fixed in the CVS.

Snapshots of the sources are packaged every 6 hours; this change
will be in the next snapshot. You can grab the snapshot at the
Downloads section.

Thank you for the report, and for helping us to make CPG-Nuke CVS for 9.0 better.
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