Forum Activity for @perrie

perrie
@perrie
06 Mar 2018 03:27:07PM
433 posts

Problems creating a no smiley quota


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Hi Paul,
Was going to say thanks.. but I don't see your post here.
perrie
@perrie
06 Mar 2018 02:59:11PM
433 posts

Problems creating a no smiley quota


Using Jamroom

I have watched the video over and over, but when I try create a no smiley quota, what happens is that the member that I want to put in there loses all site functionality. The smiley support function doesn't look exactly like the one on the video. How do I get this to work, where the profile that I want to put in there only loses their smiley functions?

Thanks!
updated by @perrie: 06 Jun 2018 04:04:07AM
perrie
@perrie
02 Jan 2018 10:58:54AM
433 posts

Modifying Notifications


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Is there a way to remove specific notifications from the drop down list? I can't seem to find a way. I would like to disable notification on comments and a few other items.
Thanks! :)
updated by @perrie: 05 Apr 2018 10:51:49AM
perrie
@perrie
16 Dec 2017 07:32:14AM
433 posts

No comments box on profiles, images or Private Notes for some users


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Most of the time, if clearing the cache doesn't work, it's on IE 10/edge. I have not found a fix for this yet.
perrie
@perrie
15 Dec 2017 07:22:35PM
433 posts

No comments box on profiles, images or Private Notes for some users


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Strumelia....

Shoooosh.. you'll give away my master, sinister plan that I have been working on with Boris and Natasha for months now. ;)
perrie
@perrie
15 Dec 2017 06:02:51PM
433 posts

No comments box on profiles, images or Private Notes for some users


Using Jamroom

OMG.. such a relief.. glad to know it wasn't just us.
perrie
@perrie
04 Oct 2017 02:37:36PM
433 posts

Google not finding site after going from http to https


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Michael, I did that already. But when I had google crawl the site, it said that it had a redirect due to that change. I am not sure how to proceed since I don't want to mess up anything and I was wondering what other members did, if anything.
My pageviews are way off and it many of most of my articles are not making it onto google like they did prior to the change, which is why I checked in the first place.
perrie
@perrie
03 Oct 2017 02:14:56PM
433 posts

Google not finding site after going from http to https


Using Jamroom

Does anyone know how to make the proper adjustment in google analytics so that google after switching from http to https? There is a lot of conflicting information but the one thing I know is when I have google crawl the site, they are getting some sort of redirect.
updated by @perrie: 03 Jan 2018 12:45:49AM
perrie
@perrie
02 Oct 2017 08:20:30AM
433 posts

Odd Problems


Jamroom Developers

Brian,

Would like to second TIG's thank you. It was far beyond your call of duty, especially on moving day. Thank you again!
perrie
@perrie
01 Oct 2017 03:36:13PM
433 posts

Odd Problems


Jamroom Developers

Looking for clues.

Have a db_create_item listener that has been working fine for weeks. Tracing a production problem and discovered that the listener is getting different information and it appears to be random. The information that is missing (on occasion) is that used for comment threading: comment_thread_id, comment_parent_id and comment_thread_level. The comment_module is jrDiscussion in all cases (of concern).

Threading is enabled, yet sometimes the information comes in $_data and sometimes not. This is new behavior. Here is an fdebug showing what I am talking about.

(2017-10-01T17:19:58-04:00.0.03866800 : 0.084)-(mem: 4MB)-(pid: 4244)-(ip: 75.132.107.114)-(user: TiG)-(uri: POST /comment/comment_save/__ajax=1)
Array
(
    [comment_module] => jrDiscussion
    [comment_item_id] => 34677
    [comment_profile_id] => 2
    [comment_text] => <p>placeholder</p>
    [comment_item_title] => Sophistry
    [_profile_id] => 112
    [_created] => UNIX_TIMESTAMP()
    [_updated] => UNIX_TIMESTAMP()
    [_user_id] => 111
)

(2017-10-01T17:38:36-04:00.0.70442900 : 0.159)-(mem: 4MB)-(pid: 12868)-(ip: 69.253.152.39)-(user: xxxx)-(uri: POST /comment/comment_save/__ajax=1)
Array
(
    [comment_module] => jrDiscussion
    [comment_item_id] => 34686
    [comment_profile_id] => 2
    [comment_text] => <p>...</p>
    [comment_thread_id] => 548517
    [comment_parent_id] => 548598
    [comment_thread_level] => 3
    [comment_item_title] => Who is Carmen Yulin Cruz?
    [_profile_id] => 11
    [_created] => UNIX_TIMESTAMP()
    [_updated] => UNIX_TIMESTAMP()
    [_user_id] => 10
)

The data provided to the listener in these cases should be identically structured. The database does contain these items (verified).

So does anyone have any ideas on what might cause $_data to be populated differently? To sometimes not include the threading fields stored in the database?
updated by @perrie: 02 Jan 2018 02:49:56PM
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