Thanks, issue is fixed.
This release fixes a couple issues related to the opt-out preferences.
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Fix: The opt out checkbox would produce an error message instead of saving the preference
Fix: The opt out checkbox in the Preferences panel was not actually included in the release
This release fixes an issue in which the "Minimum posts" setting was being ignored.
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Fix: The "Minimum posts" setting was being ignored when deciding who to display on the map
Your site needs to run HTTPS in order for the map to work. Please make sure you redirect all HTTP requests to HTTPS and make that your site URL in the XF options.Where are the installation instructions for this mod? I can't find them anywhere. I installed the add-on, and all I get is a grey square.
Do I need to install the GeoLite2 DB or will it work without it? I see the CRON entry, and I've run it, but I get nothing.
Does this mod code the URL entered when downloading into it? I entered the URL for my production site, but I always install on my test server first, and it's not working. Any help appreciated.
Your site needs to run HTTPS in order for the map to work. Please make sure you redirect all HTTP requests to HTTPS and make that your site URL in the XF options.
So I turned on https and the map now shows up, thanks. BUT, I don't see any markers on it. How do I get the member locations to show up?
Regarding the custom location field, members can already drag and drop their own pins to set their real location - as this only uses rough IP address lookups, my location is showing up as London whereas I'm in Glasgow (my ISP's HQ is in London).
Can you link me to the mod so I can look into those features further?
You need to specify the full path, e.g.I try path, I try https:// URL based path to the folder the files are in and even to an actual named file...... Is there a hidden magic to the Geolite2 thing?
/home/dbtech/geoip/GeoLite2-City.mmdbor whatever the file is called. Either that, or store it in the internal_data folder so you only have to use
Yeah, either directly in the pop up for their own pin, or via the preferences page.