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Everything posted by TCattitude

  1. http://www.google.com/webmasters/+1/button/index.html We just add it to our forums. It's easy, You should consider it for 3.2
  2. Thank you for this hook. Really. Suggestion: an option to exclude pinned topics from this topic protection.
  3. Geek, three things: .- In MUDD settings, i tried to add myself to the "Debug Members". But nothing is saved. Nothing. Not event a single username nor multiple (comma separated). To me, nothing is saved in that field. .- Then i reinstalled MUDD to see if my problem (with debug members) persist or not. Uninstalled the App, reupload files, do the install process again (let the system delete existent tables in the process). The setting was still not saving the usernames in there. Nothing. But i realize that, in two days, no MUDD report was generated. Don't know if have to do with the previuos reinstall or not, but i solved it going to System -> Report Center -> Plugin Manager -> MUDD -> Edit Settings. Then changed "Groups that can submit reports" from only Admins to Every Group on the board... and it's working again. (Make sense in some way; to be able to generate the hidden report, i think groups need permission to send a report from that plugin. Don't know if just having admin group in there was a problem derivate from my MUDD reinstall or not) .- XHTML (valid) embed the flash file. (I'm using a self-made skin that validates :) ) I changed all the "object" code in Templates -> skin_mudd -> flashCookie, from the default to this: <object type="application/x-shockwave-flash" data="{$this->settings['board_url']}/public/eng<if test="$debug">_debug</if>.swf?hash={$this->member->session_id}" width="<if test="$debug">200<else />0</if>" height="<if test="$debug">200<else />0</if>"> <param name="movie" value="{$this->settings['board_url']}/public/eng<if test="$debug">_debug</if>.swf?hash={$this->member->session_id}" /> <param name="allowScriptAccess" value="sameDomain" /> <param name="allowFullScreen" value="false" /> <param name="FlashVars" value="memberid={$this->memberData['member_id']}&amp;hash={$this->member->session_id}&amp;fk={parse expression="md5(IPS_UNIX_TIME_NOW)"}" /> </object> ...and MUDD it's still catching members fine ;) Thanks again for this mod :thumbsup:
  4. Shrek the third :retard:

  5. Thanks for this update, The Geek... really ;)
  6. Geek, take your time. It's glad to have you here at IPB forums ;) (say as a converted too)
  7. Mark, sure, you can bump the amount of data per cycle, it's not hard if you have server access. We did it, and instead of 1000 or 2000 per cycle, we did cycles of 10000 and 15000. But if, for example, every 2000 cycle takes 30 seconds to complete, bumping it to 4000 per cycle does not mean 30 seconds for that too. It increase, maybe to 45 or 50 seconds per cycle, but increace the time too. And with 16M posts... that extra seconds become minutes, and then hours... and days. A lot of days. Until now, i'm really happy with Invision. Our servers (load balanced) are running much more lighter than we was using vB. The only big problem it's that the importer/converter it's not really thinked and prepared to run on big-boards with a lot of data. Really (and that was not the only problem we faced with the converter). It's not a problem only affect you, guys. vB does not have a ssh converter/impex also, just the web based. Having 1M posts or more can make the conversion process a really tricky and not pleasant thing. If the idea it's to bring here new not-happy-people-with-vB-InternetBrands-thing, like me, it's definitely worth thinking how to improve the conversion process for big-boards. Greetings ;)
  8. Akabane... and guest how much time for 16M posts. We did it. A holy PITA. But we did it.
  9. May i ask when? I ask that, because we are a big-board with our new invision's licence in hand (ready to install), and one of our (two) biggest concerns it is in fact the database size (10GB now). Being able to use some sort of ssh script to import from vBulletin to Invision will be definitely a plus for us. Greetings.
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