why would you go to all that trouble?DJ Andre wrote:Thanks for the update.
I did run into an issue, but it's an issue that I've experienced before.
What I do is zip the stk folder on my computer. Transfer the zip file to the root of phpBB3. I then unzip the file using Cpanel. But when I try to view the stk directory, I get an error page. What I need to do is change the files inside stk to CHMOD 644, for some odd reason they are all set to CHMOD 666. The folders seem to be correct, they are all CHMOD 755.
Just thought I'd let you know. I know we've discussed this before. So you may want to add it in your FAQs this workaround if people can't login to the STK directory.
Yes, I drag and drop the folder, but then it takes time to transfer each and every file inside that folder and etc.Lumpy Burgertushie wrote:have never used flashxp but if you have to upload/transfer one file at a time then I would be looking for a better ftp program. with most, you simply drag and drop complete folder or groups of folders all at one time.
Thanks for the update.Noxwizard wrote:Discuss the release of the Support Toolkit 1.0.7-PL1 here.
Didn't that happen with phpBB where we went from 3.0.7 to 3.0.7 PL1?t_backoff wrote:Why did the Support Team go with PL1 instead of 1.0.8? Not enough bug fixes?
Basically. There were just a few small important changes I wanted to push out, but nothing major.t_backoff wrote:Why did the Support Team go with PL1 instead of 1.0.8? Not enough bug fixes?
Except that was because of a security problem and not just bug fixes.*Daniel wrote:Didn't that happen with phpBB where we went from 3.0.7 to 3.0.7 PL1?
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