Ah didn't know Admins needed to be in the moderator group as well... sorry about that...Mixstar wrote:Are you a member of the moderator group as well because you need to be.
Sorry, but what it this supposed to change to the matter ? Do you know the meaning of that dot here ?Brf wrote:Try removing the leading dot on that cookie domain.
By "screw", you mean, change don't you, like a mod does change something to phpbb, or?Brf wrote:since SEO screws with all of your URLs.
Correct but if it's wrong it's wrong even if this isn't the problem.dcz wrote:Do you know the meaning of that dot here ?
Being authorized is not the same as being logged, I assume that copt would have noticed if he had additionally been logged out.
I am using http://forum.cineastes.com (no www)dcz wrote:because he's actually using http://www.forum.cineastes.com, the dot is actually required in this case.
if you weren't, http://www.forum.cineastes.com would not work. So the www prefix is indeed set, and you would lose cookie based session on it if using forum.cineastes.com as a cookie domain (since you do not redirect that dupe).Cotp wrote:I am using http://forum.cineastes.com (no www)
I tried to add myself as super moderator for that specific forum but nothing changed. I mean I can go as far to the moderation panel. But when I click approve to approve the message I get the error message I mentionned above.dcz wrote:So cotp, you tried to be a global moderator, but did you actually tried to be a moderator of the particular forum these threads are in ?