It has been months since I had stopped using XF, so I just can't get myself to bring my add-ons to XF2 due to the lack of interest on my part.
Especially since I won't be using them myself.
After all, in the first place I made them because I liked the idea and wanted to use them myself.
@jim83 If you don't mind, please DM me URL to the website that you tested the tool with. I tried to test another customer's site but there were no warning/errors at all, neither related nor unrelated to the add-on.
@Lemminator Then I guess it's as simply as making the function returning void instead of false eh. It seems to have been fixed on your site, but maybe you can try this one too: https://github.com/BobbyWibowo/EH_SocialShare/blob/master/upload/library/EndlessHorizon/SocialShare/Listener2.php...
@Nirjonadda I see. I was expecting that XF2 would call the legacy uninstall method on upgrade, but now that I think about it, that'd be rather silly in a sense. Oh well, just look at the Install.php file of both add-ons then look up their uninstall() function. There you'll be able to find the...
No plan to port this to XF2 as of yet. As for database, this add-on adds 2 columns to xf_thread table and adds a new table called xf_advog_log.
You can see the queries used in /library/EndlessHorizon/AdvOG/Install.php, line 63~ for the columns and line 69~ for the table.
No plan to port this to XF2 as of yet. As for database, this add-on adds a column to xf_user_option table. Here's the query being used on installation:
ALTER TABLE xf_user_option ADD COLUMN ehss_display ENUM('', 'standard', 'floating_l', 'floating_r', 'none') NOT NULL
Unexpected 'if'? That's odd. AFAIK, it would generally output such error if the previous line wasn't properly closed (with ;) or something along that line.
Have you compared the entire file with the one in the git repository? There should be a button somewhere at the top right of the code...
@jim83 Yes, you can change that.
Just look for a template named "EHAOG_open_graph_meta" and find the line which adds the tag for avatar. Then comment the line with <xen:comment> or something like that.
I intentionally made it so that it would add avatar before the default logo because...