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7.5.2 Discussion #224559
03/23/09 11:15 AM
03/23/09 11:15 AM
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Rick  Offline OP
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You can use this topic to discuss the 7.5.2 release.

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Re: 7.5.2 Discussion [Re: Rick] #224562
03/23/09 11:22 AM
03/23/09 11:22 AM
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Nice job continuing to move ahead with updates. smile

Re: 7.5.2 Discussion [Re: Mitch P.] #224567
03/23/09 12:21 PM
03/23/09 12:21 PM
Stephan  Offline
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Thanks for the quick fix!

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Re: 7.5.2 Discussion [Re: Stephan] #224568
03/23/09 12:35 PM
03/23/09 12:35 PM
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Jake  Offline
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Thanks for the quick fix to the 7.5.1 bugs.

Question: I'm already at 7.5.1. Is there a list of changed files that I can upload to get to 7.5.2 without having to go through the whole upgrade process?

Thanks!

Re: 7.5.2 Discussion [Re: Jake] #224569
03/23/09 12:44 PM
03/23/09 12:44 PM
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Ruben  Offline

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When you download the zip file in the install folder is a file called upgrade_changes.txt.
It will list all the files changed by version


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Re: 7.5.2 Discussion [Re: Ruben] #224571
03/23/09 01:41 PM
03/23/09 01:41 PM
Robje01  Offline
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Great fixes, thanks Rick..


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Re: 7.5.2 Discussion [Re: Robje01] #224572
03/23/09 02:01 PM
03/23/09 02:01 PM
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Thank you, Rick!


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Re: 7.5.2 Discussion [Re: SteveS] #224573
03/23/09 02:13 PM
03/23/09 02:13 PM
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Is it safe to upload yet?

Re: 7.5.2 Discussion [Re: JAISP] #224576
03/23/09 02:26 PM
03/23/09 02:26 PM
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Ruben  Offline

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Originally Posted by JAISP
Is it safe to upload yet?


Are you chicken!!! laugh

Myself I am going to wait a few days. Just because I don't have much for issues.


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Re: 7.5.2 Discussion [Re: Ruben] #224579
03/23/09 03:00 PM
03/23/09 03:00 PM
ntdoc  Offline
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Mine went fine but it's basically a test forum for this one so not a lot of data to manipulate.

Re: 7.5.2 Discussion [Re: Ruben] #224595
03/23/09 05:00 PM
03/23/09 05:00 PM
driv  Offline

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Originally Posted by Ruben
Myself I am going to wait a few days.


Cluck cluck errr cluck??? wink


Jus' jokin Rubin smile

I upgraded to 7.5.1 last night and then upgraded to 7.5.2 at about the same time tonight.

No worries (AFAIK! wink )


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Re: 7.5.2 Discussion [Re: driv] #224597
03/23/09 05:05 PM
03/23/09 05:05 PM
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Ruben  Offline

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Heh Heh Heh


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Re: 7.5.2 Discussion [Re: Ruben] #224646
03/23/09 09:11 PM
03/23/09 09:11 PM
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Thanks Rick smile


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Re: 7.5.2 Discussion [Re: AllenAyres] #224656
03/24/09 04:38 AM
03/24/09 04:38 AM
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M.Kel  Offline
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If I am forced to believe the changelog, this bug: https://www.ubbcentral.com/forums/ub...Icon_not_flashing_since_.html#Post224521 say's "fixed" but didn't make it into the 7.5.1 and the 7.5.2. release :-(

Re: 7.5.2 Discussion [Re: ntdoc] #224657
03/24/09 06:57 AM
03/24/09 06:57 AM
nims2  Offline
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Great job! I see my fix made it to the release wink. Where can I cash my cheque tongue.

Re: 7.5.2 Discussion [Re: HotSpotOutdoors.com] #224778
03/25/09 09:10 AM
03/25/09 09:10 AM
Flaming Carrot  Offline
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Hi all,

How would I go about applying to be a beta tester for version 8? Although my php/mysql skills are pretty shoddy I think I could offer some helpful input on the html/css side of things. As you can see from my forums (link below) I've customised ubbthreads' templates quite a bit in the past...

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Cheers,
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Re: 7.5.2 Discussion [Re: Flaming Carrot] #224783
03/25/09 11:11 AM
03/25/09 11:11 AM
JAISP  Offline
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I'm not sure I would even qualify.

I run multiple versions of the Linux operating system and own my own little data center. My regular forum does on average of 250 posts a day with an average of 187 active members on a monthly basis with over 600 registered users. I'm generating over 39,000 page views per month on average as well.

Re: 7.5.2 Discussion [Re: JAISP] #224803
03/25/09 02:46 PM
03/25/09 02:46 PM
Gizmo  Offline
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I believe all beta testers are selected by Rick; at this point i think we've got a pretty large group of testers already...


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Re: 7.5.2 Discussion [Re: Gizmo] #224808
03/25/09 03:13 PM
03/25/09 03:13 PM
JAISP  Offline
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As I recall, cant find it as the search function is BROKE again, that Rick said that his beta testing staff has dropped off recently and these latest releases have not been tested as much as the previous versions. He also stated that he was thinking of recruiting new beta testers.

I believe you have posted in on this conversation as well Gizmo as you replied to one or two of my posts in that thread.

Re: 7.5.2 Discussion [Re: JAISP] #224810
03/25/09 03:16 PM
03/25/09 03:16 PM
Gizmo  Offline
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I have several recommendations then if that's going to be the case; but I haven't heard anything official...


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Re: 7.5.2 Discussion [Re: JAISP] #224811
03/25/09 03:17 PM
03/25/09 03:17 PM
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Ruben  Offline

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HERE is the post by Rick referencing beta testers.


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Re: 7.5.2 Discussion [Re: JAISP] #224830
03/25/09 08:19 PM
03/25/09 08:19 PM
SD  Offline
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Originally Posted by JAISP
As I recall, cant find it as the search function is BROKE again, that Rick said that his beta testing staff has dropped off recently and these latest releases have not been tested as much as the previous versions.


you sir, are correctamundo.. matter of fact there are 'beta testers' who really don't test at all and it's been that way for quite awhile..

2c

Re: 7.5.2 Discussion [Re: SD] #224838
03/26/09 03:33 AM
03/26/09 03:33 AM
Mark S  Offline
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I just wish i had the time frown


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Re: 7.5.2 Discussion [Re: Mark S] #224840
03/26/09 05:01 AM
03/26/09 05:01 AM
Flaming Carrot  Offline
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Well, in my case it would be more to do with checking over the template files/css styles than actually beta testing on a range of hardware, as I believe version 8 will move away from table based layouts to more modern display methods. But anyways, the offer is there.

Keen to get some jQuery loveliness bolted onto ubbthreads too and lose those pesky popup windows in favour of lightboxes, for example.

Re: 7.5.2 Discussion [Re: Flaming Carrot] #224847
03/26/09 09:18 AM
03/26/09 09:18 AM
Gizmo  Offline
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I beta test each release; have been busy with the divorce lately so i haven't posted much at either forum to signify that though... Plus I keep the tots in line here wink hehe...


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Re: 7.5.2 Discussion [Re: Gizmo] #224852
03/26/09 12:58 PM
03/26/09 12:58 PM
Stan  Offline

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is there a way to just install the modified files? it seems like a complete install everytime.

EVEN if there was another zip that had those files we have to delete everytime..

Or is there an easier way?


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Re: 7.5.2 Discussion [Re: Stan] #224855
03/26/09 01:17 PM
03/26/09 01:17 PM
ntdoc  Offline
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You could use a differencing tool to confirm and update only changes but that might be just as time consuming as running the update. Also from time to time there are DB structure changes that just replacing new files would not make that change and the average user wouldn't know how to make the change or might accidentally do it wrong and break their site.

Even doing the file change difference can be done wrong if you're not careful. So even though there may be some users that can handle it there are probably many more that can not and it might open a can of worms for support trying to maintain different packages.

Re: 7.5.2 Discussion [Re: SD] #224857
03/26/09 01:23 PM
03/26/09 01:23 PM
ntdoc  Offline
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Originally Posted by Sirdude
matter of fact there are 'beta testers' who really don't test at all and it's been that way for quite awhile..2c


Well suppose one has to clarify that as I certainly don't recall any documentation requiring any specific feedback, code check, input, etc when Rick has added testers. Yourself and a couple others really go the extra mile and do a LOT compared to most of the rest of us though and I'll give you that in spades, but to say that others don't test at all is possibly a bit inaccurate, but then again that's my own perception and I could be wrong.

I've tested many things myself but I know I don't always provide frequent feedback, so if Rick wants or requires a more structured tester then I think that should be clarified.

Re: 7.5.2 Discussion [Re: ntdoc] #224861
03/26/09 01:48 PM
03/26/09 01:48 PM
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Rick  Offline OP
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Once 8.0 is getting close to an actual private beta then we'll probably look at the current group of beta testers, clarify what we need and maybe add a couple new ones if needed. We'll definitely need active testers that have some time since there will be a lot of testing to do.

Re: 7.5.2 Discussion [Re: ntdoc] #224868
03/26/09 02:25 PM
03/26/09 02:25 PM
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Originally Posted by ntdoc
Originally Posted by Sirdude
matter of fact there are 'beta testers' who really don't test at all and it's been that way for quite awhile..2c


Well suppose one has to clarify that as I certainly don't recall any documentation requiring any specific feedback, code check, input, etc when Rick has added testers. Yourself and a couple others really go the extra mile and do a LOT compared to most of the rest of us though and I'll give you that in spades, but to say that others don't test at all is possibly a bit inaccurate, but then again that's my own perception and I could be wrong.

I've tested many things myself but I know I don't always provide frequent feedback, so if Rick wants or requires a more structured tester then I think that should be clarified.


then you are prolly one beta tester i wasn't referring to.. i can't find 'ntdoc' in there anywhere in my post laugh

2c

Re: 7.5.2 Discussion [Re: SD] #224869
03/26/09 02:26 PM
03/26/09 02:26 PM
Mark S  Offline
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Are we having a 7.5.3 ??


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Re: 7.5.2 Discussion [Re: Stan] #224872
03/26/09 02:32 PM
03/26/09 02:32 PM
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Ruben  Offline

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Lutz,FL
Originally Posted by Stan
is there a way to just install the modified files? it seems like a complete install everytime.

EVEN if there was another zip that had those files we have to delete everytime..

Or is there an easier way?

I always use the upgrade script. By the time you go thru the upgrade_changes.txt file and then go thru the altertable files it would be done already.

Looking at your homepage you are on 7.5 and 7.5.2 does alter the tables.


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Re: 7.5.2 Discussion [Re: Ruben] #224875
03/26/09 02:42 PM
03/26/09 02:42 PM
Stan  Offline

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There are some things that are just so great about ubbthreads.

One that I am not that fond off is that I would have to buy a license for every site..

I use another package, and when ever there is an upgrade, I click a button, my CP has all the ftp stuff, and it updates the software, I think of that everytime I update threads...


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Re: 7.5.2 Discussion [Re: Stan] #224877
03/26/09 02:46 PM
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Maybe one day we will get to that point??


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Re: 7.5.2 Discussion [Re: Stan] #224880
03/26/09 03:10 PM
03/26/09 03:10 PM
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I'm guessing that you're referring to maybe on in like a Fantastico or other CPANEL/PLESK control panel that has certain Web Script applications that it installs.

Not sure what the licensing model is or how they get selected to be in there. Maybe something to do with fully free? Not sure.

Re: 7.5.2 Discussion [Re: ntdoc] #224881
03/26/09 03:12 PM
03/26/09 03:12 PM
Stan  Offline

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It is inside the CP of SMF forums... one click a few seconds. and it is updated...


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Re: 7.5.2 Discussion [Re: Gizmo] #224882
03/26/09 04:05 PM
03/26/09 04:05 PM
usrbingeek  Offline

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Burlington, VT
Originally Posted by Gizmo
I beta test each release; have been busy with the divorce lately so i haven't posted much at either forum to signify that though... Plus I keep the tots in line here wink hehe...
Ditto. Same exact issues here but as I just signed our papers my time is opening up now.

Re: 7.5.2 Discussion [Re: usrbingeek] #224884
03/26/09 04:10 PM
03/26/09 04:10 PM
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gliderdad  Offline
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I always test mine too. When I know its working on my test site I bring it to my live site to test in an open environment. Going in for surgery soon, but I have the time.

Last edited by gliderdad; 03/26/09 04:16 PM.
Re: 7.5.2 Discussion [Re: Stan] #224887
03/26/09 04:47 PM
03/26/09 04:47 PM
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Rick  Offline OP
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Originally Posted by Stan
I use another package, and when ever there is an upgrade, I click a button, my CP has all the ftp stuff, and it updates the software, I think of that everytime I update threads...


While we will be doing some stuff via internal FTP in version 8, permissions, etc. doing upgrades this way is a bit tough. If we were free software it would be easy peasy. Since we're not, there would need to be some sort of authentication layer so a bit more involved.

Not saying that it's out of the question that we'll do that someday, it's just there would be a few extra hurdles for us.

Re: 7.5.2 Discussion [Re: Rick] #224893
03/26/09 05:06 PM
03/26/09 05:06 PM
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Originally Posted by Rick
Originally Posted by Stan
I use another package, and when ever there is an upgrade, I click a button, my CP has all the ftp stuff, and it updates the software, I think of that everytime I update threads...


While we will be doing some stuff via internal FTP in version 8, permissions, etc. doing upgrades this way is a bit tough. If we were free software it would be easy peasy. Since we're not, there would need to be some sort of authentication layer so a bit more involved.

Not saying that it's out of the question that we'll do that someday, it's just there would be a few extra hurdles for us.

I'll just be happy when the blogs hit. wink


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