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  1. I've been looking for this for ages. Thank you! I ended up doing this, to maintain aspect ratio of the thumbnails: .ipsQuote_contents .ipsImage, .ipsQuote_contents p .ipsImage { float: left; max-height: 80px; margin: 0 5px 5px 0; }
  2. If there is already a setting to disable editing of topic titles per-forum, I can't seem to find it. I've looked in permissions for the subforums I want to modify but haven't been able to find anything. Can somebody point me in the right direction? If not part of core, is there a plugin available?
  3. This is a 404. Has this been moved? EDIT: found it:
  4. Where is this setting in ACP? I can't find it.
  5. Sorry for the delayed response. It spits out the error regardless of URL. Main forum page, topics page, admin CP... everything. Nothing in uploads/logs/. Sorting by date on that directory, the last file modification was yesterday. Nothing gets logged in either the Error Logs or System Logs page of the admin CP. I don't know where else to look at this point.
  6. I'm getting the same here as well. I have a 120 minute limit on inactivity, but I'm getting disconnected every 5 minutes or so. Using Safari on macOS Sierra.
  7. Our forum: IPB 4.1.14.3 On a VPS running CentOS 5.9 Plesk 12.5.35 PHP 5.5.38 We're wanting to install the 4.1.15 upgrade. The installer finally gave us the news we'd been dreading: that PHP 5.6 would be required, which wasn't available in our version of Plesk. We contacted our VPS provider and they manually added PHP 5.6.26 and registered it with Plesk so we could use it. The issue we're seeing though is that as soon as we change the existing forum (again, on 4.1.14.3) our forum craps out. Just spits out: Fatal error: Call to a member function execute() on null in /var/www/vhosts/modsquadhockey.com/httpdocs/forums/system/Db/Db.php on line 411 What am I missing, here? Obviously the long term goal here is to upgrade the VPS with a newer OS, etc. We're already in communication with them on a migration plan. But in the mean time, we really want to get the forum patched for security reasons.
  8. Tried it again, still 500 error. *shrug*
  9. The images in this post seem broken.
  10. Upgraded theme version? or IPB version? I had no issues updating the forum software (we're on 4.1.13.2). The issue happens when I try to upload a newer version of our theme.
  11. I got a 500 error when I tried the "upgrade new version" of the existing theme.
  12. Agreed. Thank you for letting me know it exists
  13. Can you point me in the direction of the documentation on a diff tool? I have a theme I purchased from a 3rd party and every time they come up with an update I have to re-do the modifications to it (both CSS and HTML/PHP modifications). Is there a way to make this process suck less?
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