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Timer Extension repeating in the extensions list

edited March 2006 in Vanilla 1.0 Help
(this post, moved from "extensions category")

Got a weird problem in the "extensions".
I installed vanilla and modified only one thing:

In appg/init_internal.php file, changed line 92 from this:
To this:

I did exactly the same thing for init_external.php
Otherwise, vanilla won't work with my name-base virtualhost Apache setup.

Now when I click "manage extensions" I get several entries of the same extension: "timer"
So on ALL PLACES, where there should be other extensions, it's the timer extension. The list just goes on like:

Timer [enable]
Timer [enable]
Timer [enable]
Timer [enable]

En when I "enable" it, the whole list enables.
Anyone any idea?

Using PHP5.


  • Options
    MarkMark Vanilla Staff
    I'd look into this one:
  • Options was actually in the documentation.
    ...I feel stupid. *grinnn*

    And it works ! thanx !
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