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MrFisc last won the day on June 17 2019

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  1. Hey MrFisc I am getting a weird PHP error with the integration I have a screenshot of it and have messaged you with it. I can post it here if you would like. Unsure why this is an issue. 

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      MrFisc

      Send me a PM and I’ll take a look with you

  2. Sorry you’re having this issue. Send me a PM and I can try to help you resolve it.
  3. I sent you a DM, sorry for the trouble
  4. This was corrected in version 3.0.2 which is now live on the marketplace. If you have further issues I encourage you to use the GitHub issue tracker as I'm much more active there (it's also publicly accessible).
  5. Thanks for letting me know. Can you send me a PM so I can assist further?
  6. I figured it out. My confusion was around the `csrfProtected` property. I needed to add it to any Controller that uses the Node due to the nodes reliance on an `\IPS\Helpers\Form`.
  7. I've read that too. It's still totally unclear what I need to do with my node subclass. Do I just add the `public static $csrfProtected = TRUE;` to the top of the class? Do i need to add `\IPS\Session::i()->csrfCheck();` to the `saveForm` function? But that doesn't make any sense, since it's using the `\IPS\Helpers\Form` class and not creating my own URL (so i can't use `->csrf()` on any URLs). I assume it's calling `$form->values()` before calling `saveForm`?
  8. I use `\IPS\Node\Model` to manage some things in my application, yet any time I save the form I get a CSRF error. I looked into the Security Considerations documentation and it only mentions that calling `$form->values()` will automatically handle CSRF, but it also only explains how to use CSRF for URLs, which aren't used with `\IPS\Node\Model` subclasses. The nodes example also doesn't mention anything about CSRF.
  9. I will take a look at this on my end, thanks for the heads up. I'll shoot you a PM when the issue is resolved.
  10. I realized i made a mistake after uploading a new version of my application that I need to correct. How can i cancel the "review" process so that i can upload the proper file?
  11. All of the following testing was done on a production style ICS installation without `IN_DEV=true` or the developer toolset installed. It was just a naked ICS 4.5 installation with only my application installed as a third party application. The hook in question: //<?php /* To prevent PHP errors (extending class does not exist) revealing path */ if ( !defined( '\IPS\SUITE_UNIQUE_KEY' ) ) { exit; } class ts3integration_hook_AppLogo extends _HOOK_CLASS_ { /* !Hook Data - DO NOT REMOVE */ public static function hookData() { return array_merge_recursive( array ( 'appmenu' =>
  12. What's New in Version 3.0.0 Updated for Invision Community 4.5 Please report any issues you encounter on the official bug report GitHub Repository https://github.com/nathan-fiscaletti/TeamSpeak-Integration-Issue-Tracker/
  13. What's New in Version 2.0.9 Change Log: Added support for clubs in Group Association
  14. What's New in Version 2.0.8 Change Log: Added a new warning message to the snapshot section of the application Fixed an issue with group association forms not submitting
  15. What's New in Version 2.0.7 Change Log: Fixed an issue with Tasks getting locked Please note that you will need to update the intervals for your tasks in Profile Settings -> Run as Task -> Cache For and in Server Groups -> Auto Sync -> Run as Task -> Task Frequency Fixes SyncTeamSpeakInBackground returned a NULL offset bug
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