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Support / Re: Keep a 'Tally' in a block?
« Last post by VladTepes on May 22, 2017, 10:14:01 PM »
OP updated with exact usage.

I have got the various files now (haven't had a chance to look at them as yet - work firewall issue  ;D ) but hopefully it wouldn't be a MAJOR problem for someone familiar with PHP / html5 to get this up and running.  I just need to find that "someone"   8)

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Support / Re: Keep a 'Tally' in a block?
« Last post by VladTepes on May 22, 2017, 05:55:05 PM »
I though that would likely be the case.

I am hoping to get my hands on some or all of the files which were involved - seems there was some php, some html and that possibly some of the output was done in flash.  Obviously a different means will need to be found to do what the flash component used to do.

I am unsure as to whether there were actually any changes to the SMF database. Hopefully not.

If I am able to recreate it, I think that doing so as a TP block might be a good way to do it?  OR would an SMF mod (official or otherwise) perhaps be a better approach?

I'm no coding expert, just rank amateur so I am hoping there might be someone out there wants to take this on voluntarily as a bit of a project.

Anyway I'll have a look at the files if/when I can get them and go from there.
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Support / Re: Keep a 'Tally' in a block?
« Last post by illori on May 22, 2017, 03:16:56 AM »
you would need to find a 3rd party script to do what you want. by default TP does not have a block that can do what you want.
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Support / Re: help me understand error related to TP?
« Last post by illori on May 22, 2017, 03:16:03 AM »
looks to me like someone just trying to put in a value in the URL that does not exist and is not correct and as a result it gave an error. i would not worry about it unless it keeps happening from the same ip address.
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Support / Re: help me understand error related to TP?
« Last post by VladTepes on May 21, 2017, 11:09:49 PM »
What's in line 1039 of File: /home/brynn/public_html/forum/Sources/TPortal.php
and what is it related to?

(eg can you see from the area of that file what that might be a response to?)  It is likely that the code will show where it is getting a variable from, that may in turn lead to what caused it.

I'm a rank amateur too, but that's where I'd start looking.
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Support / Keep a 'Tally' in a block?
« Last post by VladTepes on May 21, 2017, 10:57:26 PM »
I was on a forum where they had a 'tally' feature.

It was an SMF 1.x forum and worked kind of like a poll.. sort of.

Basically it had a list of options with a tally being kept against each, and users could add to the total tally throughout the year. 

It was/is a hunting forum and the feature allowed us to keep a tally of the number of feral animals culled by members, by state, during the year.

Say I shoot 30 rabbits in Qld - I then go into the and select those options / complete the relevant fields.

It would create a spreadsheet with this data, and from that some graphs which could be viewed on the forum.

If anyone could point me in the right direction for this, it would be appreciated....

Cheers

P.S. I don't want this to degenerate or become a discussion of anyone's feelings on hunting etc.  It's a programming issue so let's keep it at that please :)
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Support / help me understand error related to TP?
« Last post by brynn on May 21, 2017, 02:11:54 PM »
Hi Friends,
I never have understood very well, the different kinds of errors that show up in the SMF Error Log.  But I've got one critical error which has me worried.  It looks like maybe someone tried to hack into TP. At least that's my newbie interpretation. (Newbie as far as the error log.)

I apologize if this is really an SMF problem.  I'm not sure how to tell.  But since TPortal.php is the affected file, it makes me think it's about TP.

Here's the info you request:

Link to my site: https://forum.inkscapecommunity.com/index.php
SMF version: 2.0.13  (I just noticed there's an upgrade, but it gives me some errors on installation, and I need to try and fix those.  I used to have help with that, but not anymore.  So it will take me a little time to sort it out.)
TP version: 1.2
Default Forum Language: English
Theme name and version: Aqua Style 2.0
Browser Name and Version: Firefox 53.02 (32-bit, although I'm not sure why it's not 64-bit...I'll have to investigate)
Mods installed: around 40 mods, could make a list if really necessary
Related Error messages: not sure which part you need, see below for whole thing

The user shown is Guest, with an IP address.

 -- May 16, 2017, 08:32:55 AM
 -- 6af5026145a777d4cc9376977682d3cc
 -- Type of error: Critical

 -- https://forum.inkscapecommunity.com/index.php?cat=1;p=12121121121212.1
 -- Wrong value type sent to the database. Integer expected. (start)
Function: doTPcat
 -- File: /home/brynn/public_html/forum/Sources/TPortal.php
 -- Line: 1039

Is that something I need to be worried about?  Is there something I should do about it?

Thank you very much  :)
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Support / Re: Custom Forms
« Last post by illori on May 19, 2017, 03:19:33 AM »
that makes a post in the "form"mat defined. i dont think that is what the op wants.
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Support / Re: Custom Forms
« Last post by Lesmond on May 18, 2017, 04:49:11 PM »
Would this help "Custom Form Mod" http://custom.simplemachines.org/mods/index.php?mod=1279 I have not tried it though.
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Support / Re: Custom Forms
« Last post by illori on May 16, 2017, 03:10:36 PM »
could you not use SMF's built in custom profile fields to store the data you want in each users profile?
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