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  • hmmm, good point mark. html is way better than bbcode, so i approve. sounds good to me,
  • MarkMark Vanilla Staff
    rick - bang on. I hope someone else writes the bbcode plugin though. I couldn't be less interested :)
  • i personally hate bbcode and wish that more boards would utilize html.
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  • Not sure where to post this.

    Found a bug in which the "GetRequestUri()" function adds an additional "://" before the host name.

    The following files (version 1.1.8) seem to be the key in tracking down this bug:

    - "/library/Framework/Framework.Functions.php" on line 582 the "GetRequestUri()" function adds "://" to the "HTTP_METHOD" configuration variable although this variable already has the full http method defined ("/conf/settings.php" line 13).

    It has been suggested in the forums [] that the "HTTP_METHOD" variable be corrected in the settings file, in my experience, and apparently others' as well, this corrects the problem.

    - "/setup/installer.php" on line 115 and 327 where the installer defines the "HTTP_METHOD" variable for the settings file. Perhaps the variable should only be set as "http" or "https" without the trailing colon and slashes.

    This could have an effect on the "BASE_URL" and "FORWARD_VALIDATED_USER_URL" variables, which can be easily corrected by modifying the "$BaseUrl" variable in the installer file on line 116 to add the "://" there.
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