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Thanks guys.I also know videos uploaded don't always play.I think the first thing to do is get the install script working with new versions of PHP.One of my hosts I use said they adding PHP 5.6 by the end of Feb 2015, which should help.I am pretty sure osDate 2.6.5 once installed works on PHP 5.5, just need to test it.
I still don't understand why the PHP guys make so many changes and php versions and leave the developers (and users!) behind with non compatible software..
$osDB->query('delete from ! where userid = ? or ref_userid = ?', array(BUDDY_BAN_TABLE, $userId, $userId) );
$osDB->query('delete from ! where username = ? or ref_username = ?', array(BUDDY_BAN_TABLE, $username, $username) );
Thank you for your posts Below is a brief list of what need to be fixed, from above replies.Install script doesn't work with PHP 5.5.x+Plugin menu not being created in user viewVarious plugin don't work such as Auto Generated Profile and othersPayPal problemEdit picture don't workUploaded Videos don't playUpdate to latest Smarty 2Test osDate works on PHP 5.5.x +
Hi Guys, have been gone for awhile in a very remote area and trying to catch up on things since I was living with download speeds of 1.04mbs and upload speeds of 0.02mbs. Yes those are the real speed test numbers.Do you think that it might be good to have a locked topic so when small fixes are found and posted those fixes could be copied to locked area so everyone can keep track of what is fixes have been found and will be added to the next version?
Hi,I think each bug should have it own post, so no multi bug reporting in one post.The reason being, I think it can someones confuse the issue, with members are talking about multiple bugs in a post.I also like scvoyager for small bugs, where a release is not needed
The security side of osDate has fallen behind, in the way it stores password as MD5.In the past I setup password salting, so it adds a bit to the password then hash it, along with blowfish encryption.This does cause an issue, if the admin forget their password, as they would not be able to login to phpMyAdmin and set a new one.But I did come up with a password reset script for the admin, that they could upload, when needed.Also I am starting to looki into Two-Factor login