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Support / Re: Regenerate thumbnails error
« on: April 26, 2012, 04:43:00 am »
Posted an update to fix this issue
2.1.3.1
Fixed bug in SMF 2.0 with the downloads regenerate function.

All working OK now thanks VB

152
Support / Re: Buy Credits
« on: April 26, 2012, 04:13:23 am »
Credits should be automatically added. Check the file permissions on downloadsipn.php/downloadsipn2.php in the root of your forum. If you visit that file in the web browser you should not get an error.


Yep that would be the problem.

The default permissions are 666 after install, I have now changed them to 755. When I got to the file now, in my browser, it just comes up with a blank page, which I'm guessing is correct.

Thanks for the info.


EDIT: I have just had an error appear via email that say "INVALID IPN DETECTED‏" As i didn't know this original problem was to do with IPN, I have just read, in another thread, that changing the permissions to 644 seemed to have worked for someone else before.

My site at present is not available maybe it's a failsafe on the server side that shuts it down as it's also saying "cmd=_notify-validate
" error...I'm not sure if it see's that as a threat to the server, but I will change permissions to 644 when i get access.

153
Support / Regenerate thumbnails error
« on: April 25, 2012, 05:30:30 am »
Hi when I go to run this I get the following error

Code: [Select]
Fatal error: Call to undefined function Downloads_ReGenerateThumbnails2() in /home/gamezfi1/public_html/Sources/Downloads2.php on line 211

Line 211 is

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$subActions[$sa]();
any ideas?

Thanks

154
Support / Buy Credits
« on: April 25, 2012, 03:27:07 am »
A couple of members on my site have used the 'Buy Credits' facility. I have a number of packages set up using my existing Paypal account.


When a member buys credits via a package should the credits automatically be added to the members credit total once the transaction has completed?


If the answer is yes mine didn't, on both occasions I had to manually add the credits myself to each member. Is there anything that might have caused this not to happen?

Regards

Dave

155
Support / Re: Multiple servers for downloads
« on: April 17, 2012, 01:54:36 pm »
I didn't understand a word of that but I would like to have my files go to different servers too?

Does anyone have any idea where I could read about it or better still does anyone know how to do it?

Thanks

156
Support / Re: Disable upload progress!!
« on: April 17, 2012, 01:46:07 am »
Great did you raise the memory limit in your php settings? Just wondering what settings you changed.

Yep that's what I did.

My web host doesn't normally let people have access to the php.ini but as I have 6 sites with them they let me have it in my root, so after reading a bit about php last night it was then I found out that the default 'memory_limit' is 128M so I just raised that to 170 which is 10M above my max upload.   

157
Support / Re: Disable upload progress!!
« on: April 16, 2012, 03:00:27 pm »
Create a test php file called  test.php
Inside it put
Code: [Select]
<?php
phpinfo
();
?>

Upload it to your site then run it via the browser and search for upload_tmp and should tell  you the path.


Unfortunately for me it says 'No Value' and there is no other instance of that directory in the window. I have also tried the php info on my cPanel too but there is nothing about it in there.

I managed to change the directory info in 'whileuploading.php' to look for C:\php\upload_tmp and it actually worked...just once though....but it hasn't worked since.

It's very frustrating



An update.

Ok I have now got it working 3 times in a row with different size files upto 55MB.

What did I do?

In 'whileuploading.php' I changed the line;

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//$tmpdir = 'C:/WINDOWS/TEMP'; // your PHP temporary upload folder ( without last slash )
to

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//$tmpdir = ''; // your PHP temporary upload folder ( without last slash )


by removing the directory location php looks for the default upload_tmp_dir.

I then found out that the 'memory_limit' must be bigger than the max_upload limit, by changing these the upload indicator now works

Thanks for the tips

Dave

158
Support / Re: Disable upload progress!!
« on: April 16, 2012, 01:05:55 pm »
Create a test php file called  test.php
Inside it put
Code: [Select]
<?php
phpinfo
();
?>

Upload it to your site then run it via the browser and search for upload_tmp and should tell  you the path.


Unfortunately for me it says 'No Value' and there is no other instance of that directory in the window. I have also tried the php info on my cPanel too but there is nothing about it in there.

I managed to change the directory info in 'whileuploading.php' to look for C:\php\upload_tmp and it actually worked...just once though....but it hasn't worked since.

It's very frustrating

159
Support / Re: Disable upload progress!!
« on: April 16, 2012, 03:06:17 am »
It should be in the spot where it says "Unable to find server informations"
The basic byte counter using a file in the php upload directory to monitor the file upload progress.


Can you tell me where would the default 'php upload directory' be?

I did look at the code in 'whileuploading.php' and changed the part that mentions ''C:/WINDOWS/TEMP''. When I change from / to \ in the line that's when I get a line that says 'Uploading 134.78kb' (not exactly that amount) but it doesn't move, just stays on the same figure untill the upload is complete.
Do you think that line should be user edited to point to a specific folder?

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<?php
// PUBLIC SETTINGS
//$tmpdir = 'C:/WINDOWS/TEMP'; // your PHP temporary upload folder ( without last slash )
// for this method is better set this folder in a dedicated one
// to be sure that in that folder there isn't any other php temporary file

Thanks for keep looking at this by the way it's good to know that you guy's do give support and it really does make all the difference to us users of your mods.

Dave

160
Support / Re: Disable upload progress!!
« on: April 15, 2012, 02:46:34 am »
Ok well all I see is what is seen in the image attached.

You have read what I put in the first post so where could the problem be that I'm not seeing that the same as your screenshot. I will try various options in the meantime like, disable my anti virus, and different browser etc to see if it helps, if I find anything I'll let you know

161
Support / Disable upload progress!!
« on: April 14, 2012, 10:33:51 am »
Can someone show me a screenshot of where this is meant to be please?

I am using SMF2.0.2 with the latest 2.1.3 version of this software and I cannot see the upload progress anywhere, even if I tick the box in settings which should disable and then untick it.

I have reverted back to using the default theme in case it's something to do with my custom theme, I have also enabled and checked that popups are allowed in case it's meant to be a popup.

I don't have any problems uploading files at all, from the smallest right up to 155MB (160MB is my limit for both 'Post Max Filesize' & 'Upload Max Filesize ' which I set in my php.ini), but what I do have a problem is that I cannot tell if the file is uploading or not or how far it is through the process.

Any help is much appreciated.

Thanks, Dave

162
Support / Re: Just a couple of tweaks please.
« on: April 13, 2012, 01:48:53 pm »
2. Haven't built that yet but probably could add an option to allow users to control amount of credits used.

Thanks

163
Support / Just a couple of tweaks please.
« on: April 13, 2012, 07:14:36 am »
Great mod.

I had a read through the topic and could not find what I'm about to ask...if I missed it sorry.

1. Is there a way to remove some credits from a member, not all, just some. For example if a member uploads a file and is then credited with some points...it is not possible, as far as i can see at the moment, to remove points gained if the file is no longer useful or out of date. I don't really want to go into the database tables to do this...I'm not saying I couldn't do it...I'd just rather not.
Ok found out that by puting a minus in front removes credits.

2. In this topic someone asked about uploaders choosing the amount of credits for the download of the file apart from Admin, has this been looked at yet please? as I would like the same option.

Thanks for any help

Regards

Dave

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