phpBB 3.2 Discussion

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Re: phpBB 3.2 Discussion

Post by murnauvsbuñuel » Wed Feb 06, 2008 9:12 am

will be useful how cosmetic that each user could set from his UCP-->Board preferences-->Edit display options, If is available, choose preferred profile position: left or right (or above?). And the admin can set from ACP what is the profile position by default.

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Re: phpBB 3.2 Discussion

Post by statm1 » Wed Feb 06, 2008 9:15 am

Naa. I think the profile position should be up to the style author.

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Re: phpBB 3.2 Discussion

Post by Rotsblok » Wed Feb 06, 2008 1:43 pm

Make it so that when a user has a user note that moderators/admins will be informed of it when the user is posting by a small icon or so.. It will make the usernote more useful then they are now.
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Re: phpBB 3.2 Discussion

Post by Raimon » Wed Feb 06, 2008 1:53 pm

EXreaction wrote:Deleting a style is completely different than deleting the template/theme/imageset.

You have to remember that other styles can use the same template/theme/imageset, and, IMO, deleting them is rather pointless...
Yes, that true, but what about if you install a style to see if it match with your need, you never going to use the imageset/theme/template of the style that you are install just for a demo.
Perhaps a check box with if you would deleted the hole style components , and maby a check if other styles use the imageset/theme/template of the style that you would deleted , so the administrator can choose what he want to deleted, and if it is possible to deleted it.

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Re: phpBB 3.2 Discussion

Post by Dog Cow » Sat Feb 16, 2008 6:39 pm

Sorry if this has been said before, but are the phpBB 3.1 SVN files any different from the 3.0.0 release? How much work has been started?

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Re: phpBB 3.2 Discussion

Post by Prince of area51 » Sat Feb 16, 2008 6:52 pm

Dog Cow wrote:Sorry if this has been said before, but are the phpBB 3.1 SVN files any different from the 3.0.0 release? How much work has been started?
Try this:

viewtopic.php?f=3&t=29327&start=0&st=0&sk=t&sd=a

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Re: phpBB 3.2 Discussion

Post by statm1 » Sat Feb 16, 2008 7:14 pm

Dog Cow wrote:Sorry if this has been said before, but are the phpBB 3.1 SVN files any different from the 3.0.0 release? How much work has been started?
Theres been alittle work done on it. PHP4 support is already gone. But most everything so far has been backported into what will be the 3.0.1 release except for support for PHP4 obviously. Theres been some database work as well as performance enhancements to make viewforum load alot faster. Thats about it so far. But its very,very early in 3.1 development. I wouldnt say they are even close to the amount of work they are going to put into 3.1.

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Re: phpBB 3.2 Discussion

Post by Martin Blank » Sun Feb 17, 2008 9:36 pm

PHP4 was EOL'ed at the end of 2007, with even critical security fix support ending in August 2008, and PHP6 is due out sometime later this year. Those still on PHP4 really should upgrade.
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Re: phpBB 3.2 Discussion

Post by Dog Cow » Mon Feb 18, 2008 8:39 pm

Actually, I needn't have bothered asking... :x

In the 3.1 docs/ directory there is a changelog.

For the curious, here it is:
Changes since 3.0.0
[Change] Migrate phpBB to PHP versions >= 5.1
[Change] Validate birthdays (Bug #15004)
[Fix] Allow correct avatar caching for CGI installations. (thanks wildbill)
[Fix] Fix disabling of word censor, now possible again
[Fix] Allow single quotes in db password to be stored within config.php in installer
[Fix] Correctly quote db password for re-display in installer (Bug #16695 / thanks to m313 for reporting too - #s17235)
[Fix] Correctly handle empty imageset entries (Bug #16865)
[Fix] Correctly check empty subjects/messages (Bug #17915)
[Change] Do not check usernames against word censor list. Disallowed usernames is already checked and word censor belong to posts. (Bug #17745)
[Fix] Additionally include non-postable forums for moderators forums shown within the teams list. (Bug #17265)
[Change] Sped up viewforum considerably (also goes towards mcp_forum)
[Fix] Do not split topic list for topics being promoted to announcements after been moved to another forum (Bug #18635)
[Fix] Allow editing usernames within database_update on username cleanup (Bug #18415)
[Fix] Fixing wrong sync() calls if moving all posts by a member in ACP (Bug #18385)
[Fix] Check entered imagemagick path for trailing slash (Bug #18205)
[Fix] Use proper title on index for new/unread posts (Bug #13101) - patch provided by Pyramide
[Fix] Allow calls to $user->set_cookie() define no cookie time for setting session cookies (Bug #18025)
[Fix] Stricter checks on smilie packs (Bug #19675)
[Fix] Gracefully return from cancelling pm drafts (Bug #19675)
[Fix] Possible login problems with IE7 if browser check is activated (Bug #20135)
[Fix] Fix possible database transaction errors if code returns on error and rollback happened (Bug #17025)
[Change] Allow numbers in permission names for modifications, as well as uppercase letters for the request_ part (Bug #20125)
[Fix] Use HTTP_HOST in favor of SERVER_NAME for determining server url for redirection and installation (Bug #19955)
[Fix] Removing s_watching_img from watch_topic_forum() function (Bug #20445)
[Fix] Changing order for post review if more than one post affected (Bug #15249)
[Fix] Language typos/fixes (Bug #20425, #15719, #15429, #14669, #13479)
[Fix] Style/Template fixes (Bug #20065, #19405, #19205, #15028, #14934, #14821, #14752, #14497, #13707, #14738)
[Fix] Tiny code fixes (Bug #20165, #20025, #19795, #14804)
[Fix] Prepend phpbb_root_path to ranks path for displaying ranks (Bug #19075)
[Fix] Allow forum notifications if topic notifications are disabled but forum notifications enabled (Bug #14765)
[Fix] Fixing realpath issues for provider returning the passed value instead of disabling it. This fixes issues with confirm boxes for those hosted on Network Solutions for example. (Bug #20435)
[Fix] Try to sort last active date on memberlist correctly at least on current page (Bug #18665)
[Fix] Handle generation of form tokens when maximum time is set to -1
[Fix] Correctly delete unapproved posts without deleting the topic (Bug #15120)
[Fix] Respect signature permissions in posting (Bug #16029)
[Fix] Users allowed to resign only from open and freely open groups (Bug #19355)

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Re: phpBB 3.2 Discussion

Post by statm1 » Tue Feb 19, 2008 10:01 am

Alot of that was moved to 3.0.1dev at the same time it was commited to 3.1.. So very little of it is 3.1 exclusive.

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