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I can't find the admin tool

edited June 2006 in Vanilla 1.0 Help
I want to delete hidden discussions and I've read that you can do this with the admin tool. However I don't know where the admin tool is? Thanks.

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    Its the clean-up extension. I dont think it works with v1 though. Which ver are you running?
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    I'm running v1. Minisweeper, you always seem to respons to my posts withinn 30 minutes! Thanks.
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    I carry a pager with me which alerts me when people ask questions on here. As i say the clean up extension isnt working on v1 yet (i dont think, i'm sure mark would correct me) so you wont be able to do it at the moment but it will almost certainly be updated in the near future.
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    Thanks. I'll just wait for it to come out.
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    marklbishop, where did you look for the clean up extension? And where did you get your copy of v1 from? It appears that the cleanup extension is in the SVN and has been fixed up for v1 use it's just not been put in the addons dir yet. If you want to grab it get it from here: http://lussumo.com/svn/vanilla/trunk/extensions/Cleanup/default.php (use at your own risk though :P
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    I got my copy of v1 from http://lussumo.com/svn/vanilla/trunk on June 9th. I give this a try later today. Thanks.
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    Minisweeper is attached to Lussumo by the hip.
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    edited June 2006
    Actually, now I see that the clean up tool is an extension that comes with v1. All I had to do was turn it on. Oops. But when I try to clean up the comments (not the discussions, that works fine) I get this error: <quote> Error Message An error occurred while attempting to remove hidden comment blocks. Affected Elements CleanupForm.Constructor(); The error occurred on or near: You have an error in your SQL syntax. Check the manual that corresponds to your MySQL server version for the right syntax to use near 'in (8,9,10,11,12,13,0)' at line 1 </quote>
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    There seem to be a lot of mysql errors popping up lately. I wonder if it's related to marks recent changes atall? Or maybe just the cleanup extension wasnt quite converted for v1 use properly?
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