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UPDATE phpbb_config SET config_value = '2.2.16' where config_name = 'sf_version'; INSERT INTO phpbb_config (config_name, config_value) VALUES ('sf_max_size', 0); INSERT INTO phpbb_config (config_name, config_value) VALUES ('sf_new_post_notifications_only', 0); DELETE FROM phpbb_config WHERE config_value = 'sf_smartfeed_title_explain';
You are not understanding me.MarkDHamill wrote:The SQL changes to go from 2.2.15 to 2.2.16 are in the upgrade instructions. They only apply to MySQL. AutoMod is database independent.
Look for similar instructions in upgrade instructions for other versions.
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Seems to be correct.Pixel8r wrote:I have started phpMyAdmin have selected the correct database, do I just copy the code supplied above into the Run SQL query/queries on database box and hit go?
Further to this the ideal solution appears to be, adjust the pm_unread flag to 0 but leave the pm_new flag at 1, remember to also adjust the user_unread_privmsg column on the users table.bcooksley wrote:There is an issue with Smartfeed's ability to display PM's in feeds, which causes them to not be visible in UCP if not previously viewed.
This is because they are not processed by phpBB's PM system, which will only deliver a message if it is new.
How to fix this:
Not mark messages as read when showing them in a feed.
The code only suggests it includes new or unread ones and then adjusts the status so they are not new and read, adjusting the new flag breaks phpBB's handling of private messages. Also not adjusting the user_unread/new_privmsg counters will display bogus values to the user when they login.MarkDHamill wrote:The assumption is if you select the "Add my private messages" option to the feed that you will have read them, and consequently they are no longer new nor unread. I could add a checkbox in a future version to allow the option to leave them unread. I have this for my Digests mod. I will likely add this in a future version since it bothers some.
That is an interesting idea... I think I might try that!sbloomer wrote:I am considering using this MOD for my forum to post to twitter using twitterfeed.
Has anyone used this mod for this purpose?