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Old 17 May 2015, 18:14
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Arrow [Solved] Prevent Double Posts issue

Today I realized an issue with standard Message Posting Doublepost

Before updating my forum to vb4.2.0 i was using Doublepost Prevention v4.1.0.7 I uninstalled it. But Vbulletin's (Message Posting Doublepost) does not make thread unread, only changes the time inside the post and out side it shows the started time.
Timestamp Update is checked. If I install again the v4.1.0.7 and disable vb's all works fine.

Any clue? If I keep Doublepost Prevention v4.1.0.7 is there a problem?
Actually today I installed MarkFL mod Mark Thread Unread On Edit this fixed my problem some how.
But I wiil not use Marks mod for all usergroups.

Thanks for any help

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Old 18 May 2015, 03:54
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If I enable the "Message Posting Doublepost Options" checking on my dev site (with "Timestamp Update" set to "Yes"), and then use of of my dummy accounts to double post, here is the post:



Note the timestamp of 11:41 pm.

Now, when I go to the Forum Display page for the forum containing the thread which contains the above post, I see:



And then when I go to the home page, I see:



Note that the timestamp has been correctly updated in all 3 places.

Can you provide similar screenshots so we can see what happens on your forum?
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Old 18 May 2015, 10:36
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This is when started post 13:02
post1.jpg

New merged post here, time changes inside 13:10
post2.jpg

Same image as first above, it does not change when we see out of post.
Even if I press F5 several times, even with other test users and all browsers.
13:02
post1.jpg

If I install Doublepost Prevention v4.1.0.7 where is for vb4.1.12 woks fine in my vb4.2.0
All timestamp than updated in all places.

Maybe a problem when I uninstall this mod it uninstalls some code from the vb's standard Message Posting Doublepost?? Really its crazy, I have tried disabling many other mod I use but nothing to show that it conflicts, there are other to disable but I must close forum to make the test. Thanks for the answer and for your help testing to you're site.
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Old 18 May 2015, 15:48
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That's odd, and unfortunately I have no idea why this is happening on your site. I doubt it has anything to do with the version of vB you are running. I also doubt that the add-on you mentioned is removing any code from your core files.

I highly recommend setting up a local server/dev site on your hard drive for making such tests. However you choose to run a test for add-on conflicts, try adding the line:


Block Disabled:      (Update License Status)  
Suspended or Unlicensed Members Cannot View Code.

to the top of your "config.php" file and see if the issue persists.
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Old 18 May 2015, 17:59
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I have a test site duplicated from my on line one. Problem does not exist when i use Doublepost Prevention v4.1.0.7 as mentioned above, all works fine. i disabled one by one all mods, nothing changed, This issue came up only using default vb's Message Posting Doublepost and this is standard to vb4.2.0 an on.
Any way this weak i will revert me test forum to vb4.1.12 and update it again. Than i see again if there is any luck.
Thank you for advices.

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