As far as I understand it, when you imported from Phorum that may well have allowed the existing Phorum passwords to work in phpBB, but they would very likely be in a different format to the passwords that phpBB.
However, phpBB does have a similar authentication system to us in that whenever a...
We've sort of killed two birds with one stone in this fix.
The User rebuild job (which runs for all users after import) now calculates the active warning points.
The underlying issue here was that we were setting the warning_points in XF to the same as vBulletin ipoints and then later on...
Which version of phpBB are you importing from?
I believe the forum_posts_approved field (and possibly the other one mentioned) was introduced in phpBB 3.1. It was previously named forum_posts.
If you're importing from an earlier version of phpBB then really this is expected and we would...
If you’re running over SSL then you should be running the image proxy as it is as otherwise you wouldn’t be able to prevent insecure content warnings.
It’s non sensical to provide an image over two different URLs so really it’s their own metadata and a lack of image proxy that’s the problem.
That's not strictly true.
The proxy is significant as having image proxy enabled entirely mitigates the issue, as it does here.
While the secure version of the URL is part of the open graph spec, we don’t necessarily aim to support it and it isn’t required. Over time I suspect it will become...
There’s no need to rename either of them.
The install directory is password protected already.
A common approach is to secure them both with a password.
I deliberately didn't mention that simply because we explicitly advise against it in the code:
// We do not recommend trying to extend this class or the tags/functions it defines. Doing so may interfere
// with the upgrade process. If you must do so, it should not be part of an add-on. It should...
Guests have a user_id of 0, this condition is short hand for "User ID is greater than 0" so it would exclude guests.
FWIW if you're checking for a user group it would be:
I mean, @Brogan wasn't even interacting with you or commenting on the suggestion. He was simply making a light hearted joke about the claim that @DragonByte Tech made that no one corrects US English to UK English online.
And I'm not trolling anyone. It's just a statement of fact, to make clear...
If you disable the permission "Change privacy of own album" then any new personal albums created going forward will come from the "Default personal album view privacy" option and they will not be able to change it.
If you want overall control then you probably want to disable personal albums...