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Re: 7.5.2 Discussion [Re: Mark S] #225837
04/17/09 12:46 PM
04/17/09 12:46 PM
Mark S  Offline
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Originally Posted by Mark S
Any chance for this weekend? 7.5.3


Only asking don't shoot me


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Re: 7.5.2 Discussion [Re: Mark S] #225853
04/17/09 06:33 PM
04/17/09 06:33 PM
Gizmo  Online Tapedshut
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Posts: 16,956
Portland, OR; USA
Doubtful, Rick wants as few releases between now and v8 as possible; so since the current bug's aren't *show stoppers* and theres just a handful, it can be put off slightly as to ensure we don't have to have a 7.5.4 tongue


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Re: 7.5.2 Discussion [Re: Gizmo] #225856
04/17/09 06:41 PM
04/17/09 06:41 PM
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Tombstone, AZ
For me, since I'm having zero problems with 7.5 I'll probably just wait for the release of v8.0.


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Re: 7.5.2 Discussion [Re: GregK] #225857
04/17/09 07:04 PM
04/17/09 07:04 PM
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Rick  Offline OP
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Posts: 10,177
Aberdeen, WA
I do plan on getting 7.5.3 out by the end of the month, probably within the next week or so.

Re: 7.5.2 Discussion [Re: GregK] #225858
04/17/09 07:07 PM
04/17/09 07:07 PM
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Posts: 2,654
My problems only began with 7.5 so I'll upgrade as often as possible in the hope that those problems will be mitigated.

That said, it looks like I am the only one with this problem so I wouldn't worry about upgrading.

I've done it a few times recently and the upgrade path is (touch wood) very smooth.



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Re: 7.5.2 Discussion [Re: Rick] #225866
04/18/09 02:38 PM
04/18/09 02:38 PM
Mark S  Offline
Joined: Jul 2006
Posts: 4,722
Liverpool : England : UK
Originally Posted by Rick
I do plan on getting 7.5.3 out by the end of the month, probably within the next week or so.


That's fine by me. . .
Just like to plan upgrades with time to spare at a weekend.

I hope you get yours sorted Driv frown


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Re: 7.5.2 Discussion [Re: ntdoc] #226019
04/25/09 09:08 AM
04/25/09 09:08 AM
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searching  Offline
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Joined: Jan 2004
Posts: 12
Is there a way to increase the maximum replies to a post?

Re: 7.5.2 Discussion [Re: searching] #226020
04/25/09 10:38 AM
04/25/09 10:38 AM
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Rick  Offline OP
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Posts: 10,177
Aberdeen, WA
Hmm, there is no limit to the number of replies to a post. Do you mean the number shown on each page?

Re: 7.5.2 Discussion [Re: Rick] #226023
04/25/09 01:45 PM
04/25/09 01:45 PM
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Joined: Jan 2004
Posts: 12
I have a group of people who use the PM feature to respond to on ongoing discussion. There are 2200+ nested replies. When we installed the update there is no longer a place to submit a reply. It says we have exceed the 100 replies. Here is the message:

This topic has reached it's maximum length of 100 posts. You cannot add any more posts to this topic.


Is there a way around this?

Re: 7.5.2 Discussion [Re: searching] #226024
04/25/09 03:21 PM
04/25/09 03:21 PM
Ruben  Offline
Joined: Dec 2003
Posts: 5,920
Lutz,FL
Originally Posted by searching
I have a group of people who use the PM feature to respond to on ongoing discussion. There are 2200+ nested replies. When we installed the update there is no longer a place to submit a reply. It says we have exceed the 100 replies. Here is the message:

This topic has reached it's maximum length of 100 posts. You cannot add any more posts to this topic.


Is there a way around this?

Yes you just need to edit your permissions in the control panel.
Control Panel Site Permissions
There are now three permissions for private topics.
they are in each of the three columns about the middle of the screen.
When you expand each option you will see a note for what the permission is for.


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Re: 7.5.2 Discussion [Re: Ruben] #226031
04/25/09 04:35 PM
04/25/09 04:35 PM
Gizmo  Online Tapedshut
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Posts: 16,956
Portland, OR; USA
226019 should be split into its own topic in the how do i forum... None of us mods have access to this forum to do maintenance...


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Re: 7.5.2 Discussion [Re: Gizmo] #226062
04/27/09 09:19 PM
04/27/09 09:19 PM
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Posts: 115
I know that I mentioned this before in another forum and it was possible, but can secure ssl logins and CP be implemented? It just needs a way of specifying a second path for the CP and login scripts.

Most proper hosting uses a second https directory rather that a shared directory.

Then it's a matter of activating a checkbox use secure ssl logins and cp. A new box to set the https path both web and absolute path. Anyone using shared can use the same absolute path.

Only need to copy in a second https only the files mentioned.

When you look today with most ISP stopping plain mail logins and FTP and other forums like vbulletin offering secure CP and logins the feature should be available.

Thanks!

Re: 7.5.2 Discussion [Re: aus-city] #226063
04/27/09 09:50 PM
04/27/09 09:50 PM
Gizmo  Online Tapedshut
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Joined: Jun 2006
Posts: 16,956
Portland, OR; USA
Actually, a "proper" host would generally allow SSL on the same directory as the standard web path; at least in my experience of both working for a webhost and maintaining several servers for users...

The SSL directory can be anything they choose the path to be, and, imho, should be the standard web directory...


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Re: 7.5.2 Discussion [Re: Rick] #226138
04/30/09 01:17 AM
04/30/09 01:17 AM
AllenAyres  Offline
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Joined: Dec 2003
Posts: 2,046
Texas
Originally Posted by Rick
I do plan on getting 7.5.3 out by the end of the month, probably within the next week or so.


oi, 23 hours.... smile


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Re: 7.5.2 Discussion [Re: AllenAyres] #226152
04/30/09 07:38 AM
04/30/09 07:38 AM
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Rick  Offline OP
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Posts: 10,177
Aberdeen, WA
Hospital time with kid has kinda sidetracked that schedule a bit frown

Re: 7.5.2 Discussion [Re: Rick] #226174
04/30/09 12:43 PM
04/30/09 12:43 PM
AllenAyres  Offline
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Posts: 2,046
Texas
ouch, I hope they're ok.


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Re: 7.5.2 Discussion [Re: AllenAyres] #226178
04/30/09 03:36 PM
04/30/09 03:36 PM
GregK  Offline
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Posts: 402
Tombstone, AZ
Hey Rick, any update on the munchkin? Hope the little on is doing OK.


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Re: 7.5.2 Discussion [Re: GregK] #226195
04/30/09 07:55 PM
04/30/09 07:55 PM
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Rick  Offline OP
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Joined: Jun 2006
Posts: 10,177
Aberdeen, WA
He's finally home from the hospital after a few days, so things are getting better. Also, it keeps me away from every sick person going to the hospital thinking they have Swine Flu. wink

Re: 7.5.2 Discussion [Re: Rick] #226198
04/30/09 09:38 PM
04/30/09 09:38 PM
GregK  Offline
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Posts: 402
Tombstone, AZ
Thanks for the update. Having raised a couple of kids, I know how it can frazzle your nerves when you put kid and hospital into the same sentence.


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Tombstone, AZ
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