Thanks John, I had been rushing trying to sort Heredia out. I have corrected the install file,and uploaded it.John T. Folden wrote: I was just looking at this and there's a mistake in the install instructions -
The instructions indicated for /language/en/acp/board.php is actually a variant (newer?) of the instructions for /includes/acp/acp_board.php.
Also, I think that it should be
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'legend3' => 'LINKS_FILTER_OPTIONS',
I have put the edit above 'legend3', as it makes it easier to search for the correct place to place the mod code, and doesn't seem to affect the code below it,despite being 'legend4'.
@Heredia21 I'm with John on this. We are trying to develop an anti spam mod, not customise your board for you, by correcting bugs in the unapproved mod you have installed. There is a conflict between that mod, and this. I would go further,and suggest it may be a security risk? When I was testing on your forum, I was clicking "preview", because I didn't want to start filling your board with rude spam words. That mod, has a bug, because it just posts what you want to preview anyway. When I pointed this out to you, you replied
My point being that the mod shouldn't post something that you only want to preview.It isnty quirky it is just a jquery quickreply. It posts whatever you post
everything slides up instead of reloading page. It is not previewing it is
posting. If you decide to refresh page itll look normal.
May I respectfully suggest, that you ask for even more help with that mod from its author.
We will continue to develop this mod, and may have more idea of why it causes the conflict at a later date. Until then, let's not get side tracked customising it for anybody.
@John Thanks for the language file I can see this mod taking off. In fact, I'd go further, and predict it, or something like it, becomes a core part of phpbb? If that's the case, the ability to add language support will become essential.
Anyway, now for the fun part, I'm off to check my logs Childish of me I know, but I love the thought of the spammers jumping through all the hoops we set up for them, only to delete themselves at the last hurdle, and save us the bother