451

(5 replies, posted in PunBB 1.4 bug reports)

But... Currently in UTC+1 there isn't DST. Turn it off.

452

(154 replies, posted in Supported extensions)

http://punbb.informer.com/extensions/1. … pun_pm.zip

453

(4 replies, posted in PunBB 1.4 troubleshooting)

Here next update:
http://punbb.informer.com/forums/topic/ … alization/

PS.
Please, share your translation for the community.

454

(4 replies, posted in PunBB 1.4 troubleshooting)

You can update the translation to the latest version...
http://punbb.informer.com/forums/topic/ … s-136-140/

455

(16 replies, posted in PunBB 1.4 additions)

A very good idea, thanks!

456

(9 replies, posted in Feature requests)

I'm not sure that they will do anything for this project...  Happily we have FluxBB.

457

(17 replies, posted in PunBB 1.4 additions)

Where?

I don't like THIS chat.

459

(3 replies, posted in Discussions)

No, but it is recommended to make a "new installation".

whywhywhy wrote:
SuperMAG wrote:

though yor ftp console, or even cpanel, download filezilla if you dont have ftp console.

Im 14 and mum doesn't allow me to download anything.
Is there any online FTP?
The one im using only gives me this:

Perms
rw-r--r--
rw-r--r--

If you are using Firefox, you can use FireFTP addon.
And WTF? Download IS package (like COMODO, which is free), and if you have brain your computer will be safe.
Download managers in browsers allow also only opening (not downloading) files. Do so with (if it exist) portable version of X software.

Try in CSS, info-lastpost class.

SuperMAG wrote:

i am not talking about you, you are doing the best you can, but punbb doesn't have the same support they had few years ago before the fork.

I agree.

463

(9 replies, posted in Feature requests)

You can write it in PHP.

464

(4 replies, posted in Discussions)

Propably no.

465

(115 replies, posted in Supported extensions)

Give us a screen of posting new topic page.

It's not my business, but for what?

467

(2 replies, posted in Discussions)

You should find the code for navigation in template files (you find your navbar classes, find there in CSS file of your style and copy too).

468

(1 replies, posted in Discussions)

This may interest you: http://punbb.informer.com/forums/topic/ … ygenblack/
Or if you want your own theme you should learn CSS and then use Firebug (or another tool with his functionality, the tools that are in standard of all modern web browsers should be OK) and scan code, and then find it in your style file.

469

(6 replies, posted in PunBB 1.4 troubleshooting)

Have you tried to disable it?...

In extensions/kt_stylish_announcement is a "css" folder. You can edit there announcement for every style other.

471

(6 replies, posted in General discussion)

Read PHP Manual. Write, write, write... And base on ready applications, like PunBB, Joomla, etc.
Analyze their code. Then choose one of the most popular frameworks (test all), like Symfony2, Zend, Yii, KohanaPHP, CakePHP, or a  Laravel.

472

(4 replies, posted in Discussions)

What this "digest" do?

473

(8 replies, posted in Discussions)

It's a crypto-ad smile. NJN won't help with your problem.
I'll create an extension for it, please wait tongue.

If you want full compatiblity with newer PHP version, you should update to PunBB 1.4.

475

(6 replies, posted in PunBB 1.4 troubleshooting)

This is a bug in WYSIWYG editor. Remove it.