Discuss: phpBB 3.3.1 Release

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Thanks for the hard work in the background.
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Good, except it literally destroyed my board
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qcz wrote:
Sat Aug 08, 2020 10:45 pm
Good, except it literally destroyed my board
Updating:
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Upgrading:
https://www.phpbb.com/support/docs/en/3 ... upgrade32/
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The Release Highlights show zero "Template Events", yet there are template changes (look in the styles folder). Why no mention?
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Template events does not equal template changes. Template events are used for extensions.
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I already did. The issue was fixed by deleting an extension and purging the cache.
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qcz wrote:
Sat Aug 08, 2020 10:45 pm
Good, except it literally destroyed my board
Same. It complains about files that are present on my installation but not in the package. But the files don't even exist.
It pretty much just breaks my installation and that's about it. :(
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Hi,
Before updating, it is recommended to make a backup of the phpBB files. In the event of a problem, all you have to do is delete the update files and put the backup files back.
And wait for the bug to be fixed.
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Thanks team for all the effort in getting this one completed and released.

I've downloaded the update and have been localhost (CentOS 8) testing the update from 3.3.0 to 3.3.1 and things have gone smoothly. Some Notable Bug Fixes that my membership have been waiting for, particularly the Delete marked PMs in UCP issue, will be well received by my members.

I do have one question about the change in styles/prosilver/theme/stylesheet.css to use ?hash= syntax and the impact to Knowledge Base - How to change your board logo. Once the changes have been made to
  • /styles/prosilver/theme/colours.css
  • /styles/prosilver/theme/common.css
how does one ensure the CSS caching recognizes these files have been changed when one makes the changes to change the board logo?
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Modify the hash value for the files you have changed in stylesheet.css. This can be as simple as appending a 0 or any other alphanumeric character to the hash.
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Marc wrote:
Sun Aug 09, 2020 4:20 pm
Modify the hash value for the files you have changed in stylesheet.css. This can be as simple as appending a 0 or any other alphanumeric character to the hash.
Thanks.

BTW, I would suggest that although they are tagged as minor, the following are new or improved functionality that admins might want to advise new members about: There might be others but those are the ones I'm most familiar with.
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Previously the database upgrade scripts were in /phpbb/db/migration/data. Where are these changes located now?
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Hello

First of all thanks for the update

When updating from 3.3.0 to 3.3.1 i lost my site, but update was succesful
I have downloaded and uploaded the update 330 to 331 version, but our site is now gone
Still have access FTP , any help would be appricated thank you

( Its not the update but 100% sure its on my end this issue )

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Please open a support topic.
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Crizzo wrote:
Tue Aug 11, 2020 1:14 pm
Please open a support topic.
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