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Post by martin » 2008-03-21 15:51

This is a test...
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Post by martin » 2008-03-21 15:52

Another test...

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Post by redmn » 2008-03-21 16:09

Hi Martin.

Nice !
The attachment is correctly readable.

Good Easter.

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Re: Test

Post by DeanoX » 2008-03-21 16:10

Martin,

It seems forum updates are underway. :)

The RSS feed is acting up, I am assuming due to changes you are making.

http://www.hmailserver.com/forum/rss.php?t=1
No input file specified.

Just thought I would mention it, as I use the RSS feed daily.

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Post by martin » 2008-03-21 16:32

DeanoX wrote:The RSS feed is acting up, I am assuming due to changes you are making.

http://www.hmailserver.com/forum/rss.php?t=1
No input file specified.

Just thought I would mention it, as I use the RSS feed daily.

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Does it work for you now? I suspect that the ID's may have changed though.. :-\

General discussions are now ID 7.

(I was using a "mod" for PHPBB before which is no longer working with the new version. So have installed another one)

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Re: Test

Post by DeanoX » 2008-03-21 16:52

Martin,

I think it may be working now?

http://www.hmailserver.com/forum/rss.php?t=0
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The rss feed in firefox, just shows, empty.

I will keep an eye on it.

And what exactly are the syntax options, i.e, t=0, t=1 etc,.

I've figured out that t= is for topics, but how can it simply return, every new message posted, in all forums? use, http://www.hmailserver.com/forum/rss.php only?

What are all the supported options or syntax for usage of the rss.php script?

I use it daily, and find it an exceptional add on for hMailServer forums.

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Post by martin » 2008-03-21 17:00

DeanoX wrote:Martin,

I think it may be working now?

http://www.hmailserver.com/forum/rss.php?t=0
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The rss feed in firefox, just shows, empty.
That's because there's no forum with ID 0...
And what exactly are the syntax options, i.e, t=0, t=1 etc,.
T is for forum - not for topic (such as general discussions, scripting and so on), for some reason. If you open up one of those forums here, you'll see the ID in the link in the URL. For example, "General discussions" has the ID 7: and http://www.hmailserver.com/forum/viewforum.php?f=7

I've figured out that t= is for topics, but how can it simply return, every new message posted, in all forums? use, http://www.hmailserver.com/forum/rss.php only?
Yes..

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Re: Test

Post by DeanoX » 2008-03-21 17:10

Martin,

Got it.

It is now working.

Thank you, your efforts and hard work, are very, very appreciated.

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Post by Kaan1983 » 2008-03-21 17:17

Man I want the old forum back. That had styleeee ;)

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Post by SorenR » 2008-03-21 17:23

Kaan1983 wrote:Man I want the old forum back. That had styleeee ;)
It was lacking a lot of nice features.
With a little effort it could look like this (my other favorite forum) --> http://www.audiclub.dk/forum/index.php
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Post by martin » 2008-03-21 17:44

I almost agree with Kaan... this is almost to flashy.. I think I could live without the colors for example.. =)

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Post by DeanoX » 2008-03-21 17:45

Martin,

New problem.

Whenever I select an entry from the rss feed, I get taken to, http://www.operacesky.net/

???


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Post by martin » 2008-03-21 17:55

Should work now. The authors of the script had left their own site in it.. have replaced it...

Have also removed the color palette and the font size editor. I have a feeling it will be abused... ;)

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Post by DeanoX » 2008-03-21 17:59

martin wrote:Should work now. The authors of the script had left their own site in it.. have replaced it...

Have also removed the color palette and the font size editor. I have a feeling it will be abused... ;)
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Post by SorenR » 2008-03-21 18:08

martin wrote:I almost agree with Kaan... this is almost to flashy.. I think I could live without the colors for example.. =)
Here's a nice clean style --> http://www.phpbb3styles.com/viewtopic.php?f=45&t=921

Hmm.. you need to limit image sizes or they will scew (no typo!) the layout completely. Here's a hack that will automate image resizing --> http://www.phpbbhacks.com/download/3957

There is a lot of good stuff in this version, easier overview (active posts/new posts), markings for which threads one has responded to, ability to upload files/log and to include eg. screen shots in replies. Those are the obvious ones ;-)
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Post by Kaan1983 » 2008-03-21 18:37

martin wrote:I almost agree with Kaan... this is almost to flashy.. I think I could live without the colors for example.. =)
Well the newer version the better but let's give a chic and nish look..

Do we really need to see if a person is online or not? Next to his name? Cause we can see that in the forum page..

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Post by Kaan1983 » 2008-03-21 18:39

I think the grey fits but not the blue, let's make it dark and light grey?

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Post by Kaan1983 » 2008-03-21 18:42

Hehehe Martin, we are friends from now on :lol: ur on my list now :mrgreen:

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Post by martin » 2008-03-21 18:44

I think the grey fits but not the blue, let's make it dark and light grey?
You're talking to a person who are partly color blind. And there's a lot of different blue and grey and etc areas on this page. A bit tricky to understand which part you mean. :)

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Post by Kaan1983 » 2008-03-21 19:14

HEHE really?

So for the last 3 posts: mines are blue(#DCE1E5), yours is grey(#E0E2F1)

I'd say you can make yours maybe something like #D1D6D9 instead of #E0E2F1 (RGB)

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Post by martin » 2008-03-21 19:35

Yupp, really. I see the difference between red and green and so on but .. grey and blue is one of those I'm having problems separating.

Did some changes now.. I think your suggestions were to dark...

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Post by Kaan1983 » 2008-03-21 19:51

You can simply adjust the RGB code in grey scale as folows:

#RRGGBB
if you keep RR=GG=BB then you will anyway have a grey color. For exanple #303030 is a really dark grey but #909090 is lighter and so on so forth...

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Post by martin » 2008-03-21 19:58

Yeah, I know... Used to do web pages a couple of years ago.. :)

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Post by Kaan1983 » 2008-03-21 20:05

heh sorry:)

Either I get used to or you changed the color but it seems better to me... But there r still too much blue I believe :D

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Post by SorenR » 2008-03-21 20:08

martin wrote:Yupp, really. I see the difference between red and green and so on but .. grey and blue is one of those I'm having problems separating.

Did some changes now.. I think your suggestions were to dark...
You still need to do something about the empty banner space at the top.. ;-)
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Post by martin » 2008-03-21 20:12

You're right, the page is far to wide.... ;-)

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Post by ^DooM^ » 2008-03-21 21:15

I like it :)
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Post by Greta » 2008-03-22 11:43

Where is now the link read all?

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Post by ^DooM^ » 2008-03-22 12:26

I don't remember a read all link.

If you mean view new posts it is at the top right of the site under user control panel.
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Post by martin » 2008-03-22 13:10

Maybe you mean the "Mark all posts as read". That's just above the list with forum posts, to the right.

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Post by Kaan1983 » 2008-03-22 13:12

I want the old look baaaccckk:D

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Sad..... :)

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Post by Kaan1983 » 2008-03-22 16:21

Is that it? Is this the last design? Noooo :cry:

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Post by martin » 2008-03-22 16:22

What's wrong now? Does it matter that much to you? :)

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Post by Kaan1983 » 2008-03-22 17:49

For sure it matters man I'm a member here :D

these seperator bars between the posts are kinda too thick and blue :)
I'd say..

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Post by redrummy » 2008-03-22 19:02

There's just no pleasing some people... ;)

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Post by Kaan1983 » 2008-03-22 19:23

redrummy wrote:There's just no pleasing some people... ;)
Yes u r right :roll:

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Post by Kaan1983 » 2008-03-22 23:59

Thank you man, way better ;)

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Post by GotNet » 2008-03-23 01:59

So is "Mark topics read" possible by forum visit as in the past? Didn't find a panel setting.

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Post by minsik » 2008-03-23 02:21

GotNet wrote:So is "Mark topics read" possible by forum visit as in the past? Didn't find a panel setting.
yes, on top right hand side, changes depending on top level or inside a category.

I had to look for it too.
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minsik wrote:
GotNet wrote:So is "Mark topics read" possible by forum visit as in the past? Didn't find a panel setting.
yes, on top right hand side, changes depending on top level or inside a category.

I had to look for it too.
Same here.. ;-)

It says "Mark forums read" and looks like a column headline.
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SorenR wrote:
minsik wrote:
GotNet wrote:So is "Mark topics read" possible by forum visit as in the past? Didn't find a panel setting.
yes, on top right hand side, changes depending on top level or inside a category.

I had to look for it too.
Same here.. ;-)

It says "Mark forums read" and looks like a column headline.
Actually, I was looking for a setting to mimic the old mode where the forum was marked as read without clicking "marked as read".

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Post by Kaan1983 » 2008-03-23 18:39

GotNet wrote: Actually, I was looking for a setting to mimic the old mode where the forum was marked as read without clicking "marked as read".
Yeah, this is also what I miss. But I was scared to bring it on :D

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Post by ^DooM^ » 2008-03-23 22:33

That was one thing that annoyed me about the old site. Sometimes I would goto the forum then get called away, I would return some time later to find all the previous messages had been marked as read and I would have to search for the new messages.

I prefer to mark them myself :)
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Post by Kaan1983 » 2008-03-24 00:06

Yeah actually such user like you --answering questions of many others-- would prefer the current option; However, I'd prefer the old one since I got no idea about the questions :D

For example I have no idea what PostgreSQL is:) It sounds like databasing from ancient times though :) so I dont even click the subject :)

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Post by Slug » 2008-03-24 15:33

I know I'm a bit late here, but I like the new look.

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Post by mattg » 2008-03-25 02:51

The search function is different...

I tried to search for "error log in database" and the search got outright rejected, but if I change to "error log written in database" I get 39 hits...

(I was actually looking to see if the error log is actually already written to the database somewhere rather than just a log file, so that I could query the database for specific events and full details about a specific message etc - but didn't see this anywhere, I know that I could load the log files into a database each day, but...)

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Post by mattg » 2008-03-31 03:00

Still on the search function,

there seems to be a very large gap in what is actually searched.
There appears to be no forums posts that are searchable between 17/11/05 and 28/3/08. A lot of stuff that I know that I have seen, I can't find, like how to make a plain text only e-mail and strip all attachments for one account only...

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Re: Test

Post by martin » 2008-03-31 11:48

I'll try to re-create the index. Think it hung during the process of it.

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