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Started by Ronald, Jul 20, 2019, 08:30 PM

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Ronald

Anyone know why myself and one member are being moderated. Sometime we'll make a post and it doesn't show, then I see it in a rose colour and have to ok the post, doesn't happen all the time, but quite often..

Any answers and solutions would be appreciated.

Bigguy

I just heard about this the other day. Either Gh or SM, not sure which now.

* Bigguy thinks there is something in the 2.1 board at SM.

Bigguy

I can't find it now but I thought there was something. I'll keep a look out. ;)

Bigguy


SychO

This I think hasn't been fixed for the next release

Ronald

Quote from: SychO on Jul 21, 2019, 01:11 PMThis I think hasn't been fixed for the next release

Hope so, I read about it on the support forum.

Thanks for the info SychO

SychO

I meant has been fixed but wrote **hasn't** instead lol

It has been fixed for RC3
https://github.com/SimpleMachines/SMF2.1/pull/5717

Ronald

Quote from: SychO on Jul 21, 2019, 03:30 PMI meant has been fixed but wrote **hasn't** instead lol

It has been fixed for RC3
https://github.com/SimpleMachines/SMF2.1/pull/5717

Good to know.. Just have to wait now for RC3

Bigguy


SychO

Maybe, but that doesn't mean you can apply that fix alone to your setup :P That is bad practice.

Bigguy

Is there more to it :ques  I understand it is bad practice to pick and choose your fixes but would this effect anything else in SMF if it was applied alone. :ques :dontknow

Skhilled

I've reported this in a post awhile back here. It appears to do it when you quote a post that has an attachment in it. It will even moderate the admin. I'm not sure if there's anything else that may trigger it. You weren't exact about what was being done that caused it.

SychO

Jul 22, 2019, 12:24 PM #12 Last Edit: Jul 22, 2019, 01:19 PM by SychO
Quote from: Bigguy on Jul 22, 2019, 08:54 AMIs there more to it :ques  I understand it is bad practice to pick and choose your fixes but would this effect anything else in SMF if it was applied alone. :ques :dontknow

Generally speaking, most pull requests relly on the pull requests which have been merged before them, so when you go and just pick that one while not applying all the other changes before it, you can end up breaking your installation. So it is better to just update all your setup instead of messing with it, unless you know exactly what you're doing with the code.

In this case however that pull request's changes wouldn't break anything if you applied them alone, but even so I don't recommend doing that.

Bigguy

Quote from: SychO on Jul 22, 2019, 12:24 PMGenerally speaking, most pull requests reply on the pull requests which have been merged before them
Aah, I get ya. ok.