Yeah! You are right. So i'll try to find old version of this extension that puts messages in order by date/time. I think will be useful an option of how to put posts in destination topic: by date or at end of topic.

Eretz wrote:

I noticed a problem o nthis extension :

When posts are moved, they automatically goes at the end of the destination discussion, not taking account of the date of posts.

I have the same problem, suddenly when i move posts from a topic to another it doesn't put them anymore in order by date/time; it puts them at the end of the topic and makes a mess. Anyone have any ideea?

I have this kind of trouble about time/time zone at user login. One of my users could not login into forum, he get the message:

You appear to have logged in successfully, however a cookie has not been set. Please check your settings and if applicable, enable cookies for this website.

The problem was that user's computer RTC was earlyer with about 3-4 minutes as I figured out from testing and the user confirmed. Very strange.... hmm hmm hmm

I got those smilies from PunBB 1.2 forum, from here I guess Anyway you can download from here.

I had PunBB 1.2.x with youtube movies, upgraded to 1.3.  Here is how I manage the youtube links movies:

Youtube BBCode example: [youtube][/youtube]

1. Modify $tags_without_attr = array('b', 'i', 'u', 'url', 'email', 'img', 'list', 'li' => '*', 'quote', 'code', 'youtube'); #add youtube in /extensions/pun_bbcode/bar.php

2. add youtube image button to /extensions/pun_bbcode/buttons/[your_style]/

3. In includes/parser.php modify function handle_url_tag replace:

if ($full_url == $link)
    return '[url]'.$link.'[/url]';
    return '[url='.$full_url.']'.$link.'[/url]';
if ($full_url == $link)
    if(strpos($link, '') === 0)
        return '[url]'.$link.'[/url]';
        return $link;
    return '[url='.$full_url.']'.$link.'[/url]';
this will not transform your youtube url into a href link before inserting message into db.

4. In includes/parser.php modify function do_bbcode  add (at the end of $pattern and $replace array):
$pattern[] = '#\[youtube\]http://(?:www\.)?\?v=([0-9A-Za-z-_]{11})[^[]*\[/youtube\]#is';
$replace[] = '<object width="425" height="350"><param name="movie" value="$1"></param><param name="wmode" value="transparent"></param><embed src="$1" type="application/x-shockwave-flash" wmode="transparent" width="425" height="350"></embed></object>';

5. If you have upgraded from 1.2 and used [youtube][/youtube] BBCode run this queries on the posts table:
- update `forum_posts` set `message` = replace(`message`, '[youtube][url]','[youtube]') WHERE message LIKE '%[youtube][url]%
- update `forum_posts` set `message` = replace(`message`, '[/url][/youtube]','[/youtube]') WHERE message LIKE '%[/url][/youtube]%''

See it in action

Hope this help. roll


(99 replies, posted in PunBB 1.3 additions)

Hi there!

Nice work with new version of PunBB!

Here you are romanian language pack only front end, not admin.

Keep on the good work!