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Nelson58 31 Mar 2013 18:43

Quote:

Originally Posted by squidsk (Post 2413391)
It's been less than a week since you first posted about this, for a mod that you are getting free of charge, and you're complaining about not getting support?!?!

Yes, I'm complaining. Gonna do something about that? Didn't think so.
It's listed as a supported mod, if it isn't it should be listed as unsupported, so we know not to expect any support for issues like this that arise.

Vbresults may have a solution. Whether it works or not, it's a lot more productive then trial and error removal of other mods that I need. When/if I find the culprit using your "method", what then? Disable a mod I need? That makes no sense. Your post is a waste of bandwidth.

Welcome to my ignore list.

Nelson

Nelson58 31 Mar 2013 18:54

Quote:

Originally Posted by vbresults (Post 2413150)
This should fix it -- replace the admincp/glowhostspamomatic.php file with the one attached.

I deleted several users using the mod with your replacement mod and the error no longer comes up!!

Looks like success! Thank you sir!!

Just for curiosity sake, what did you change in the new file that made the difference?

SteveLV702 02 Apr 2013 02:00

Should bring this mod to vb5 :)

sapgaurav 02 Apr 2013 10:44

will it work with vb5 too? i tried but show error

Fatal error: Call to a member function show_errors() on a non-object

rcull 02 Apr 2013 17:01

I just did an instal and didn't notice what to do with vblang_glowhostspamomatic210_ro.xml

squidsk 02 Apr 2013 18:58

Quote:

Originally Posted by rcull (Post 2413870)
I just did an instal and didn't notice what to do with vblang_glowhostspamomatic210_ro.xml

Unless you want the mod showing up in romanian, don't do anything.

rcull 03 Apr 2013 02:19

Sounds like a good option to me!

It seems to have stopped posting problems dead! GREAT!
I am still having successful registrations though. Most registrations await email confirmation. Should this mod be combined with a country block mod? The registrations are virtually all from China and Viet Nam

How are others dealing with this.

Syxguns 03 Apr 2013 03:04

Quote:

Originally Posted by squidsk (Post 2413391)
Disable your other products one at a time until you find the culprit.

I agree. Be sure to clear all cookies, history, and cache when testing.

Syxguns 03 Apr 2013 03:25

Quote:

Originally Posted by rcull (Post 2413982)
Sounds like a good option to me!

It seems to have stopped posting problems dead! GREAT!
I am still having successful registrations though. Most registrations await email confirmation. Should this mod be combined with a country block mod? The registrations are virtually all from China and Viet Nam

How are others dealing with this.

Admincp > settings > user banning options

rcull 03 Apr 2013 03:47

Mmmmm.....

I don't see "User Banning Options". I wonder if I screwed up the GlowHost instal!

On another look in the stats, GlowHost is missing there too!

Syxguns 03 Apr 2013 04:05

Quote:

Originally Posted by rcull (Post 2413992)
Mmmmm.....

I don't see "User Banning Options". I wonder if I screwed up the GlowHost instal!

On another look in the stats, GlowHost is missing there too!

The user banning is in vbulletin. In the Admincp usually the first option is settings. Mine is a couple down because of a couple of mods. Open Settings and select "Options" then scroll down the list to "User banning options"

You may ban e-mails and ip address. Be careful not to ban one that is legitimate. You may also ban an entire block by using a "*" (without quotes) as the last number.

vbresults 03 Apr 2013 04:32

Quote:

Originally Posted by squidsk (Post 2413391)
You can safely ignore that warning, it isn't even an error, as it has no effect. Given not many people are complaining about that warning its likely something in your (and their) setup, more precisely another product/add-on is causing a mild conflict. Disable your other products one at a time until you find the culprit.

That warning actually had a big underlying problem. It encased a large amount of code necessary for deletion to work, and when that warning line broke, all the code under/inside it broke too, which is why it didn't work for Nelson and the others reporting the issue.

Another product did not cause this conflict, and the reason you aren't experiencing this problem is because this problem was introduced in a recent release. You probably didn't upload the latest files to the correct directory and inadvertently averted this problem.

Quote:

Originally Posted by Nelson58 (Post 2413409)
I deleted several users using the mod with your replacement mod and the error no longer comes up!!

Looks like success! Thank you sir!!

Just for curiosity sake, what did you change in the new file that made the difference?

That foreach statement and it's closing brace -- there was no reason for it to be there, probably set in by accident.

Chadi 03 Apr 2013 19:12

Quote:

Originally Posted by Chadi (Post 2412299)
Hey,

Noticed somewhat a bug that I hope can be rectified.

In the auto-moderation bad words, I have these

Quote:

viagra
http
www
[url
[img
.org
.net
.com
[dot]
.me
.us
However, they must be alone in order to trigger the mod to act upon the post. For example, if user posts something.com or [url=something].. it does not work.

How can this be fixed?

Hey folks would appreciate help on this. Thank you

GlowHost.com 03 Apr 2013 19:59

Those are "bad words" not "bad partial matches."

...or am I misunderstanding your question?

Chadi 03 Apr 2013 20:08

Isn't there a way to automatically block a post even using partial keywords from the list? That's my concern.


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