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Plugins / Re: Calendar Plugin
« on December 15th, 2014, 11:01 AM »
Thought I'd get back to testing this now.
There are two bugs as far as I can see.
  • The highlighted input field, which I'm guessing is supposed to contain a calendar, is empty
  • Once I click "Post", a new page comes up, telling me "An Error Has Occured!" and "Topic ID is missing."
As a result, no event or thread is made.
This does not get logged in the Error Log.

I've gone over the Plugin Settings, and as far as I can tell, my user (testing with the admin at the moment, actually) has permission to create events.
Tested on Firefox and Chrome, just to make sure.
Archived fixes / [AeMe] Re: Playlist is broken
« on July 22nd, 2014, 10:32 PM »
Can't reproduce it on my own install, using latest build.
Let's start with what I do know how to do, so this doesn't make me look like a complete idiot ::)
I know how to code (java, C, assembly, perl, bash) and use functions from different APIs.

I haven't done any web-related coding though, so I'm unsure of how to get the output I'm looking for. That is; how do I display the return value in a usable manner? I do understand what you're asking for, and realize that it's probably less than five lines of code, but if you could whip up a test for me, I'll be glad to run it for you :)
Features / Re: Weaving feedback
« on June 11th, 2014, 01:31 PM »
I like the more airy feel of Weaving, but I would prefer a slight tweak. I find it difficult to separate the different boards/topics in the forum view. This is "fixed" in the other skins, by alternating the background color on every second item in the list. Without this, it gets a bit difficult for me to read through at a glance, and I therefore prefer the other skins.
Purging the cache solved it, of course.
I've read it so many times on this forum, but still I managed to completely forget it.

Jot this down as PICNIC or PEBKAC then :whistle:
Thanks @foo for this post, thus providing the hints I needed to get my old SMF forum imported into my Wedge install.

However, I'm now facing a new problem, and I'm not sure where the error really lies.
After the import, whenever I generate a new page (as an admin user), I get a new entry (or two) in the Error Log of one of the following types:

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8: Undefined index: homepage
Line: 71
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8: Undefined index: homepage_desc
Line: 87

The error manifests as a missing menu item as well as a missing page in the Admin panel (see attached images).
I do have a custom homepage entry, but I've checked the database, and it's unaltered since before the import.

Any help in correcting this would be greatly appreciated.
The Pub / Re: Translation
« on May 27th, 2014, 12:32 PM »
I've started working on a translation to Norwegian bokmål.
Is that just silly of me? I.e. are things still very much in flux, text-wise?

Also, I see you're using Transifex to facilitate translations. I guess that means all the work is (or at least can be) web-based?
Plugins / Re: Calendar Plugin
« on May 25th, 2014, 11:09 PM »
I've confirmed the fix on my install :cool:
The calendar menu item is now in the Home menu.
Archived fixes / Re: Wrong width on home menu
« on May 25th, 2014, 12:28 PM »
Quote from madfitz on May 25th, 2014, 12:25 PM
Same here.

I also have 'Calendar' in the menu list but the 'Media Gallery' text overhangs the menu exactly like that.
Yeah, just want to note that I too have the Calendar plugin installed, but even if I disable that, the menu width issue is still there.
Plugins / Re: Calendar Plugin
« on May 24th, 2014, 10:53 PM »
After some of the changes in the Wedge core, the menu item for the Calendar is suddenly located to the far left. Shouldn't it come after the default items?
Archived fixes / Wrong width on home menu
« on May 24th, 2014, 10:43 PM »
Hi, whenever there's only the items "Media gallery" and "Members" in the home menu, the width of the menu is too small, and the text overflows. (See attached picture.)

This only seems to happen on my Wedge installation, and regardless of which skin I'm using, so I don't understand what's causing it. Everything looks just fine here on
(click to show/hide)
Quote from Nao on January 29th, 2014, 03:58 PM
Okay, I can (finally!) reproduce this all the time... Under Opera 20 Developer, with web platform disabled.
Take a topic that only has me in it (hello!), such as Plugin Revs or New Revs.
From the homepage, open it in a new tab by middle-clicking it.
*Wait for it to load*. This is important!
Then switch to it. Problem reproduced.
If you switch to the new tab as soon as you launch it, then the script will apply proper dimensions to the user box. If you don't, then it will screw up.
Which is really, really odd because topic.js has pagevisibility events that are specifically there to avoid this problem... :-/

Can anyone confirm, maybe..? With Chrome, or Firefox, or anything?

I too have noticed this bug from time to time, but never saw the steps to reproduce it consistently. Thus all I can confirm right now is that the above steps do not cause it to manifest. At least not anymore. At least not on Firefox 29.0.1. At least not on my computer.

I'm sure that was incredibly helpful ::)
Archived fixes / [Install] Re: Error 500
« on May 15th, 2014, 11:54 PM »
I'm not getting quite the same error, so it should perhaps go in another thread, but I simply uploaded the newest revision files (29fdcaa) via FTP, and now I'm getting the following error, trying to view the main page:

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Fatal error: Can't use function return value in write context in <redacted>/gz/app/Subs.php on line 2344

Which refers to the middle of these three lines:

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// Remove the home separator if not needed.
if (empty(reset($menu_items['home']['items'])))

I'm using the "Wireless" skin, if that's important.
Archived fixes / Re: Menu bug
« on May 15th, 2014, 01:54 PM »
Quote from madfitz on May 15th, 2014, 11:01 AM
Someone please explain (in simple terms, like I was a 5 year old) what the problem is: for users and for Nao?
In short (and as I see it - all errors of interpretation are my own.)

The problem from a user perspective:
The webpage looks different.

The problem from @Nao's point of view:
Some people are willing to give up on Wedge because of a cosmetic change, which users could easily customize to their own preference. Some users are fickle and focus merely on the bling, not on all the (tons of) stuff beneath the hood.
Archived fixes / Re: Menu bug
« on May 12th, 2014, 08:56 AM »
I like it. I think it's a cleaner look.
Allowing people to adapt it for their own purposes seems like a good plan to me.