[RC1] Music Page 2.0.0

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[RC1] Music Page 2.0.0

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Name:Music Page
Version:2.0.0
Demo:http://avlhpf.org/phpbb/music.php
Download:http://avlhpf.org/music200.zip

This MOD has been submitted for validation. Note that this is not the same as the MySQL version. This *should* work with all database systems supported by phpBB.
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Post by subavlhpf »

As I said, "I'm updating in a few" JUST for that.

Sorry, but at the moment, I was being yelled at to "c'mon" by my mom.

ADDING SONGS (using PhpMyAdmin):
-Open PhpMyAdmin
-Browse to your phpbb database
-Browse to phpbb_music (replacing "phpbb_" with your table prefix)
-Click insert.
--For "name", enter "<Artist>: <Song>"
--For "link", enter whatever you want (no spaces or other characters that you wouldn't normally put in a URL!)
--For "code", enter the Embed code you got from GoogleVideo or Youtube or whatever.
-Insert it
-Browse to <forum>/music.php and ensure that your song shows up... it should show up immediately!
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Post by alberto0o »

Thanks but how install this now?
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Post by subavlhpf »

just use easymod. if you installed the other one, uninstall it with easymod and reinstall it

to install with easymod: copy the files to <forum>/admin/mods/music (youll need to create the music directory under admin/mods/)

to install by hand: follow the instructions in the file!


BUG!!!!BUG!!!!BUG!!!!
You MUST remove the "DROP TABLE" statement from the SQL actions before installing this MOD!!!!!!!!!

THIS MOD DID NOT WORK ON MY SECOND TEST INSTALL! PLEASE TELL ME IF IT WORKS FOR YOU USING OR NOT USING EASYMOD!
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Post by barsenal »

Have you got this mod functioning correctly yet?
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Post by subavlhpf »

Everything works correctly, except for < in the SQL is turned to < > is turned to > and quotes are "

I think the SQL works if you add it in PhpMyAdmin instead of using EasyMOD -- I believe the problem is a bug in EasyMOD that converts the characters before adding them, which is not desirable.

Do NOT run the DROP TABLES statement.

Other than that, it works fine.

If desired you can just not run the SQL and add your own songs instead. Much easier, and I'm probably the only one who likes the default songs, anyway. ;)
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Post by barsenal »

Thanks for the quick reply. I'll install SQL manually and try that first.
Great mod by the way. 8)
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thanks!
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Post by MitchSchaft »

I've got my eye on this one :twisted: .
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Post by cybernet »

the letters are 2 big I wish to increase the letters what should I do ? :?
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I dont follow you...
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Post by cybernet »

you don't understand english or you don`t understant what I mean :?:
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Post by subavlhpf »

Im not sure what you mean. Do you want to make the letters smaller? bigger?

(by the way, im an american, i do understand english... ;))
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