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Hello,

So this is an issue i've been battling over the past 3-4 days while in my route to setting up my community. I have a ubuntu 16.04 distro with a lamp stack setup and re-setup my IPB 3.4 software. (I understand 3.x is considered deprecated but it's what my community is setup with and my members are content with it). I have been setting up hooks over the past few days to add some aesthetic to my community only to come across a display issue. 

I am not entirely sure on the cause (as there is nothing of relevance in my apache error logs nor in google dev console) but several hooks do not display properly which is noted in the pictures below

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As you can see, several hooks are missing some form of text output and make it look as if something is hung up and still attempting to load. The hooks all work as intended however, I just do not know which rules I am toggling, or as noted in the first image a user info field is missing its title.

 

Any possible input is welcomed as i'm constantly exhausting the next thing that I can think of.

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Hello,

Looks like you have a problem with lang cache.

Try to recache langs (ACP - Look and Feel - Manage Languages - Click on Recache all..)

Check also permissions on cache/lang_cache folder (ACP - Support - Diagnostics - Permissions Checker)

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52 minutes ago, newbie LAC said:

Hello,

Looks like you have a problem with lang cache.

Try to recache langs (ACP - Look and Feel - Manage Languages - Click on Recache all..)

Check also permissions on cache/lang_cache folder (ACP - Support - Diagnostics - Permissions Checker)

Fantastic. This did just the trick. I wasn't aware of the permissions checker tool. A quick question... is leaving those aforementioned dirs "writable" unsafe?

Thanks for the quick reply and help once again! 

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