Quick reply for phpBB3

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Re: Quick reply for phpBB3

Post by Théonaute » Sun Jan 10, 2010 9:08 pm

rxu wrote:
Théonaute wrote:You can't use $user->data here because if an admin or mod edit this post, he will see his own groups
There's nothing to do with post edit here, QR is just for posting ;) Unless I'm missing something in your MOD.
You're right.
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Re: Quick reply for phpBB3

Post by Ephemeraboy » Mon Jan 11, 2010 8:34 pm

hm..
if this MOD support for 3.0.6..
please
tell me what must I do then...
thx very much...
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Re: Quick reply for phpBB3

Post by rxu » Tue Jan 12, 2010 1:52 pm

Ephemeraboy wrote:if this MOD support for 3.0.6..
Please notice that 3.0.6 has it own built-in quick reply.
And regarding this particular MOD - yes, it works with 3.0.6 with limitations of using CAPTCHA (if you do use it for reply).

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Re: Quick reply for phpBB3

Post by frenzoo » Wed Jan 20, 2010 7:17 am

Excuse me, I have tried to install the QR mod under phpbb3.0.2

I have made all the changes stated in QR_phpBB3.xml
And I have run the bug fixed install.php to install afterwards

It said in my browser that the module is installed successfully.
However, when I go back to the forum to check, it have no changes made (there is no quick reply functionality)

Then I check the ACP.
I go to system -> module management -> ACP -> General -> Board Configuration, it shows Quick Reply module there and that it is enabled.

That means the quick reply is actually enabled according to the ACP setting. However, I cannot use the quick reply function when I go to my forum.

May I ask what can I do in such case?
Thanks

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Re: Quick reply for phpBB3

Post by rxu » Wed Jan 20, 2010 2:04 pm

Please, check if quick reply is enabled in your UCP/Board preferences/Edit display options/ tab.
And do you use some custom style?

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Re: Quick reply for phpBB3

Post by frenzoo » Thu Jan 21, 2010 5:13 am

Hi, rux.

Thank you for your reply.

I have done the following:

Go to the ACP -> System -> Module Management -> User Control Panel -> Board Preference -> Edit Display Option. Then I click "edit", enable all the things there and submit.

Afterwards, when I log in to my forum again, I can see that there is edit display option in the user control panel. But there is not any option for enable quick reply. I can only see:

Display images within posts:
Display Flash animations:
Display smilies as images:
Display signatures:
Display avatars:
Enable word censoring:

Display topics from previous days:
Display topics ordering by:
Display topic order direction:

Display posts from previous days:
Display posts ordering by:
Display post order direction:

Have I done anything worng?
And for the "custom style" you mention, what is it? Is there anyway I can check?

Thank you very much for your attention

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Re: Quick reply for phpBB3

Post by frenzoo » Thu Jan 21, 2010 10:11 am

Hi, rux.

We have noticed that one of our previous colleges have changed the previous code a bit, causing incompatibility.

Now the problem is solved.
Thank you very much for your attention and time.
Thanks

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Re: Quick reply for phpBB3

Post by frenzoo » Thu Jan 21, 2010 10:58 am

Excuse me, I have a new problem.

I finally can enable the quick reply in UCP.
However, when I click the submit button, my FireBug complains that the function "checkForm" is not defined.

May I ask where can I find the function checkForm? Which JS file should I look at?
Because I really cannot find a JS file the contain the implementation of the function checkForm

Thank you very much

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Re: Quick reply for phpBB3

Post by frenzoo » Thu Jan 21, 2010 11:14 am

Excuse me, sorry that I have made quite a lot of post here, But I am new to phpbb and I have something that I do not understand and want to ask.

in the quick reply.php, the form has the action attribute having the value of {S_POST_ACTION}
Is {S_POST_ACTION} a variable?

If yes, where can I find the value of such variable?

Thanks very much

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Re: Quick reply for phpBB3

Post by rxu » Thu Jan 21, 2010 2:07 pm

frenzoo wrote:FireBug complains that the function "checkForm" is not defined.
You can just find the following row in quick_reply.html

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<form id="postform" method="post" action="{S_POST_ACTION}" onsubmit="return checkForm(this);" name="postform"{S_FORM_ENCTYPE}>
and delete the entry of onsubmit="return checkForm(this);" there, getting the final code like

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<form id="postform" method="post" action="{S_POST_ACTION}" name="postform"{S_FORM_ENCTYPE}>
This is a kind of bug.
frenzoo wrote:Is {S_POST_ACTION} a variable?
If yes, where can I find the value of such variable?
That's a common phpBB3 templating basis. You can find an assignment of that placeholder in includes/quick_reply.php

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'S_POST_ACTION'			=> $s_action
and for $s_action

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	$s_action = append_sid("{$phpbb_root_path}posting.$phpEx", "mode=$mode&f=$forum_id", true, $user->session_id);
	$s_action .= (isset($topic_id) && $topic_id) ? "&t=$topic_id" : '';

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Re: Quick reply for phpBB3

Post by frenzoo » Fri Jan 22, 2010 9:18 am

Thank you very much for explaining.

After I make a quick reply message and click "submit" in my forum page, I get redirected to posting.php
which said the posting of the message is successful.

Afterwards, it automatically redirect me to
http://242.www.luke.frenzoo.com/jasperD ... 63&p=68883

which result in 404 not found

I think the link should be
http://242.www.luke.frenzoo.com/jasperD ... 63&p=68883

instead of
http://242.www.luke.frenzoo.com/jasperD ... 63&p=68883

I have taken a look into the forum/posting.php but still cannot find the correct place to edit the link.
May I ask where is the place that I should edit the link ?

Thank you very much for your attention

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Re: Quick reply for phpBB3

Post by frenzoo » Fri Jan 22, 2010 11:32 am

Thanks.

I finally managed where I should change the path and solved the problem. Thanks

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Re: Quick reply for phpBB3

Post by hojko » Sun Jan 24, 2010 1:43 am

When I am wrote post and somebody send new post before my clicking to send it, phpBB notice error: "The submitted form was invalid. Try submitting again." When I am refresh this sending, it's notice: "At least one new post has been made to this topic." I am using 3.0.6 and alternative template (AvalonBlue). How can I fix it? Thanks.

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Re: Quick reply for phpBB3

Post by rxu » Sun Jan 24, 2010 3:36 am

Do you get the same behavior with the stock styles (prosilver/subsilver2)?

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Re: Quick reply for phpBB3

Post by hojko » Mon Jan 25, 2010 4:13 am

rxu: Yep.

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