[DBTech] DragonByte Member Map

[DBTech] DragonByte Member Map 2.4.1

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This version resolves an issue when loading options on certain pages other than the main AdminCP settings page.


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Fix: When viewing options from pages other than the "Settings" page, a server error could be generated
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!!! THIS VERSION REQUIRES XENFORO 2.2.0 AND PHP 7.2.0 !!!

Coinciding with the release of XenForo 2.2.0, all XenForo 2.2 versions are now Gold 🎉 This is also the last version that will contain the XF 2.2 / PHP 7.2 warning in the release notes.


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No changes, version bump only
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!!! THIS VERSION REQUIRES XENFORO 2.2.0 AND PHP 7.2.0 !!!

This version contains coding style updates and changes for XenForo 2.2.0 / PHP 7.2.0.

It's now possible to auto-fill the location field by utilising the "Google Places" API. Furthermore, the geolocation feature has received some back-end changes to improve reliability and 3rd party support.

This version is flagged as a Beta version as it has not been tested on a live site.


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Feature: Autofill for the Location field (powered by Google Places)
Change: Switch geolocating fall-back WebService to a 3rd party alternative
Change: Rework GeoLocate service to be more extendable by other add-ons
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This version is a follow-up to the previous version, in order to address an issue where another change in the download format prevented the GeoIP2 database file from being read properly after it was downloaded.


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Change: Updated GeoIP reader
Fix: Fixed an issue that would prevent a valid GeoIP database file from being downloaded
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This version is a quick maintenance update to implement a new method of downloading GeoIP update data as a result of changes made by the provider of the geolocation data (MaxMind).


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Change: Implemented new method of downloading GeoIP data
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This version is a quick maintenance update to fix some reported bugs, as well as improved compliance with the XenForo Resource Guidelines.


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Change: Updated internal data path references to better support CDNs
Fix: Fixed a potential server error if the coordinates returned are incorrect
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This version makes changes to the way API lookups are handled in order to protect against invalid responses from APIs.

The new privacy-focused API calls made the response data more susceptible to invalid data being parsed, but hopefully these changes should resolve that permanently.


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Change: Add protection from invalid responses from various API lookups
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This version fixes an issue where a server error could be generated when the GeoIP lookup fell back to using the "Web Service" rather than the GeoIP functions or the GeoIP2 database.


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Fix: A server error could occur when falling back to a webservice lookup
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This version improves compatibility with core XenForo features by supporting the "HTTP Proxy" feature in XenForo. This feature is used by certain sites that may be the target of harassment / DDoS attacks, to mask the true IP of the server.

When making calls to 3rd party websites, such as MaxMind to download the latest GeoIP database, those HTTP calls would expose the true IP of the server.

For this reason, the HTTP calls in this product have been updated to support the HTTP proxy. Going forward, all DBTech products that make calls to 3rd party APIs will support the HTTP Proxy feature where possible.


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Change: Changed the way API calls are made, in order to support the HTTP Proxy feature in XenForo
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This version fixes an issue with saving the "Opt out of member map" setting when attempting to save it via the Privacy page.


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Fix: The "Opt out of member map" setting did not save on the Privacy page
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