Upgrade package 1.1
Written on 10/22/10 at 15:02:48 by On
We would be releasing upgrade package v. 1.1 Sunday 24:00 GMT for beta testers.

On

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 Re: Upgrade package 1.1
Written on 10/23/10 at 23:35:47 by Woo Hoo
Is that different than what is being used here?

 Re: Upgrade package 1.1
Written on 10/24/10 at 00:05:53 by On

Woo Hoo said 25 seconds ago.:
Is that different than what is being used here?



Yes, very different. Why? you don't like the colors here? lol

 Re: Upgrade package 1.1
Written on 10/26/10 at 16:45:02 by Jack Deth
No... it sucks... and shoot the camel.

 Re: Upgrade package 1.1
Written on 10/27/10 at 02:15:32 by Woo Hoo
LOL! Woo Hoo!

 Re: Upgrade package 1.1
Written on 10/29/10 at 14:56:19 by On
DON'T TOUCH MY CAMEL! tongue


One new feature I can recall is integrated facebook comment box, it is VERY popular! Which made me thinking that maybe we can make it optional for having only facebook comments/forums etc.:

http://www.morsmal.org...external linkgi-bin/index.cgi?action=viewnews&id=1751&lang=uk_english

 Re: Upgrade package 1.1
Written on 10/29/10 at 18:38:06 by Jack Deth
Could be an option, but really we should be focusing more on keeping comments onsite as well...  I know you can integrate a facebook based comments section within a site that would leave the comments there nicely...

the "share" rss button needs a better location, alot of work needs to be done on the interface of each page, articles suck big time.  needs a major cleaning... the design is fubared.

Meanwhile...  I am installing 1.1 package above on themeapp.com to see if it works

 Re: Upgrade package 1.1
Written on 10/31/10 at 22:21:09 by On

Jack Deth said 2 days and 3 hours ago.:
Could be an option, but really we should be focusing more on keeping comments onsite as well...  I know you can integrate a facebook based comments section within a site that would leave the comments there nicely...

the "share" rss button needs a better location, alot of work needs to be done on the interface of each page, articles suck big time.  needs a major cleaning... the design is fubared.

Meanwhile...  I am installing 1.1 package above on themeapp.com to see if it works



Some hidden functions in articles:
- Its possible to decide where the short frontpage summary will cut text. By simply adding: [END_SUMMARY] where you want the summary to stop. I added this function because its rather silly to auto cut text in front page- it seems very unprofessional. Either way it does not mess anything for those preferring to use the old auto-cut.
- You can also decide the size of the video from youtube:
[video h= w=]blabla[/video]
- Having a video as frontpage "main photo". Is possible too, but still requires some changes-- at moment you will need to add some code into a .vid file and dump it in the images/topics/new/ folde
- Very advanced setting for language articles. Yes now its possible to edit the article languages too! We are actually the first multilingual automated CMS doing it insitu! cool.

One function not added yet, you may see at http://morsmal.mobi...external link

What does it do? It auto generate thumbs from news and more... you could actually update nwebapp site directly from your mobile! And yes it also collects photos from remote site nearly the same way Facebook does it!

 Re: Upgrade package 1.1
Written on 11/02/10 at 11:53:39 by Flex
You all are doing a good job on web-app ^^.

one thing I dont like is that javascript window that blanks out the hole page in the instant messager when you have a new message and i think there are a few other spots that do that too.

I dont know if there is a setting for this pet-peeev but I like the main menu on the side when I view other parts of the site.

If you need any help with javascript I can offer my skills. I see there are some errors in IE and maybe FireFox that I could fix.

 Re: Upgrade package 1.1
Written on 11/03/10 at 20:59:35 by Woo Hoo

On said:
Some hidden functions in articles:
- Its possible to decide where the short frontpage summary will cut text. By simply
adding: [END_SUMMARY] where you want the summary to stop. I added this function
because its rather silly to auto cut text in front page- it seems very
unprofessional. Either way it does not mess anything for those preferring to use the
old auto-cut.
- You can also decide the size of the video from youtube:
[video h= w=]blabla[/video]
- Having a video as frontpage "main photo". Is possible too, but still requires some
changes-- at moment you will need to add some code into a .vid file and dump it in
the images/topics/new/ folde
- Very advanced setting for language articles. Yes now its possible to edit the
article languages too! We are actually the first multilingual automated CMS doing it
insitu! .



Very nice. I've been real interested in the article section lately because of my pet
project. If your interested I'd like to show you some code to pagenate the articles.
It's a very simple approach and works very well.
Here's a screen shot:


Image URLX2    Image URLX4

Notice the page numbers near the bottom of the article.

 Re: Upgrade package 1.1
Written on 11/03/10 at 21:25:15 by On
I love this rate it!

Just one suggestion for improvement, go FB way. like/unlike or love/hate. Being a teacher, a parent and a FB user too, I learned that its best not to give humans to many options to choose from.

Now, how to implement "in situ" voting box? and in non dynamical cgi script? (yes its much easier in php), simply.. drop the entire thingy into and iframe! Your vote will be recorded and displayed instantly! cool

 Re: Upgrade package 1.1
Written on 11/03/10 at 23:16:48 by Flex
do you all want to add in a code download to your code tags? I made one for my AUBBC module and I can cut it out for you. It's realy simple and dynamic. you can see it all work at [url=http://www.4trvl.com/page/16/]Test List[/url]

 Re: Upgrade package 1.1
Written on 11/05/10 at 02:01:41 by Woo Hoo

Flex said 2 days and 2 hours ago.:
do you all want to add in a code download to your code tags? I made one for my AUBBC
module and I can cut it out for you. It's realy simple and dynamic. you can see it all
work at Test List



Do you have to be a member? Here's all I get:
You are not authorized for this action!

 Re: Upgrade package 1.1
Written on 11/05/10 at 02:09:33 by Woo Hoo

On said 2 days and 4 hours ago.:
I love this rate it!

Just one suggestion for improvement, go FB way. like/unlike or love/hate. Being a
teacher, a parent and a FB user too, I learned that its best not to give humans to many
options to choose from.

Now, how to implement "in situ" voting box? and in non dynamical cgi script? (yes its
much easier in php), simply.. drop the entire thingy into and iframe! Your vote will be
recorded and displayed instantly!



Yes, I think a "like" button will probably be better. I just reused the links/downloads
voting code because it was there. I guess the like button would be just as easy to do.

The real gem here is the ability to have multiple article pages. The pages work very
well and I made it so it doesn't keep incrementing the read count on every page. It's
hard coded in but having the page size under admin control shouldn't be a problem.

 Re: Upgrade package 1.1
Written on 11/05/10 at 11:23:38 by Flex

Woo Hoo said Today, 9 hours and 17 minutes ago.:
Flex said 2 days and 2 hours ago.:
do you all want to add in a code download to your code tags? I made one for my AUBBC
module and I can cut it out for you. It's realy simple and dynamic. you can see it all
work at Test List

Do you have to be a member? Here's all I get:
You are not authorized for this action!



I thought I set the page to Guest mode. Now any guest can see it scroll down to the code tags ^^. I had it set to Administrator view only because it comes up in the search and isn't apart of the sites content.

 Re: Upgrade package 1.1
Written on 11/05/10 at 14:56:11 by Woo Hoo
I think Web-APP should implement this module.

 Re: Upgrade package 1.1
Written on 11/05/10 at 23:24:51 by Flex

Woo Hoo said Today, 8 hours and 25 minutes ago.:
I think Web-APP should implement this module.



my next version would be the one you would want to use it has a bug fix.
v4.01 - 11/xx/2010

Fixed - Found a bug that converts the true text typed to the HTML code name.
All parts of the module where effected by this bug, in the code tag if the
author ment & #59 ; it would show ; . This also caused a long standing bug with
typing any HTML code name and saving it to a backend.
this fix removes the HTML code name regex in do_unicode and had to add/move two
filters in "script_escape to conver the & to an amp and ; to #59;" and
"html_to_text to conver amp to & and #59 to ;". This fix also helped in allowing
the regex's for highlighting subroutines to be made.

Addition/Fixed - had to add a null byte marker to escape_aubbc so the code tag's
highlighter can detect the escaped character and change it back.

Addition - Perl subroutine highlighting for the code tag highlighter


I was testing it and wrighting the doc's

 Re: Upgrade package 1.1
Written on 11/09/10 at 19:27:51 by On

Flex said 4 days and 20 hours ago.:
Woo Hoo said Today, 8 hours and 25 minutes ago.:
I think Web-APP should implement this module.

my next version would be the one you would want to use it has a bug fix.
v4.01 - 11/xx/2010

Fixed - Found a bug that converts the true text typed to the HTML code name.
All parts of the module where effected by this bug, in the code tag if the
author ment & #59 ; it would show ; . This also caused a long standing bug with
typing any HTML code name and saving it to a backend.
this fix removes the HTML code name regex in do_unicode and had to add/move two
filters in "script_escape to conver the & to an amp and ; to #59;" and
"html_to_text to conver amp to & and #59 to ;". This fix also helped in allowing
the regex's for highlighting subroutines to be made.

Addition/Fixed - had to add a null byte marker to escape_aubbc so the code tag's
highlighter can detect the escaped character and change it back.

Addition - Perl subroutine highlighting for the code tag highlighter

I was testing it and wrighting the doc's



Thanks for reporting this.
1. where is the bug
2. what is the fix?

On

 Re: Upgrade package 1.1
Written on 11/09/10 at 19:40:41 by On

Woo Hoo said 4 days and 4 hours ago.:
I think Web-APP should implement this module.



Can you make it working "in situ" without jumping the page to a new page every time a vote s submitted?

 Re: Upgrade package 1.1
Written on 11/10/10 at 10:26:58 by Flex

On said Today, 14 hours and 20 minutes ago.:
Thanks for reporting this.
1. where is the bug
2. what is the fix?

On



Web-app has the same bug in the code tag and most likely the exact same for the rest of the bbcode tags.

code:

Test 1 = [[b]]sdfsdfds[[/b]] <- was an escaping bug in aubbc
the above is a web-app bug!

Test 2 HTML = mailto:
What I ment for the above is:
&#109;&#97;&#105;&#108;&#116;&#111;&#58;  



For Test 1 I ment with no space's in "" "[ [ b ] ]sdfsdfds[ [/ b ] ]" .

Test 2: Why this bug happens is not converting ; with &. those 2 are kinda hard to convert if you try to convert one at a time in the script_escape method of aubbc, this is why the regex for those two are in the same regex. This bug you will be fighting the bbcode if you try to edit a post with this stuff in it!

http://search.cpan.org...external linksflex/AUBBC-4.01/
v4.01 - 11/08/2010

Fixed - Bug that converts the true text typed to the HTML code name. All parts of the module where effected by this bug, in the code tag if the author ment & #59 ; it would show ; . This also caused a long standing bug with typing any HTML code name and saving it to a backend. this fix removes the HTML code name regex in do_unicode and had to add/move two filters in "script_escape to conver the & to an amp and ; to #59;" and "html_to_text to conver amp to & and #59 to ;". This fix also helped in allowing the regex's for highlighting subroutines to be made.

Fixed - had to add a null byte marker to escape_aubbc so the code tag's highlighter can detect the escaped character and change it back. In do_all_ubbc All markers get removed before the message is returned because FireFox can see the null bytes as an error.

Addition - Perl subroutine highlighting for the code tag highlighter. Had a problem making this till this version because a HTML code name can look like &TheName; and a Perl subroutine looked the same till ; got converted.

Addition - AUBBC::make_image($align,$src,$width,$height,$alt) this is useful enough to mention once.

 Re: Upgrade package 1.1
Written on 11/10/10 at 11:38:28 by Flex
The escaping bug that web-app has is differnt and I'm kinda supprised web-app has a bug there too.

The other bug is actualy very commen for BBcode's and some BBcode's never find it. I knew about the bug for a long time but haven't done anything till I did more testing on the code tag and wanted to make a subroutine highlighter. tongue

 Re: Upgrade package 1.1
Written on 11/23/10 at 02:35:41 by Woo Hoo
Some missing tags for AUBBC?

I was just looking at your ubbc module and really think it's great but couldn't find a
few extras that I think would make it more complete.

For my ubbc routine I like to include:
teletype text (tt)
text-align: justify (justify)
font-family: Courier New (fixed)
as well as other font faces
marquee (move)

I also use a highlight ubbc but that works with a css class :p

These are just suggestions. Other than that I think you got a pretty solid ubbc module.

 Re: Upgrade package 1.1
Written on 11/27/10 at 12:29:07 by Flex

Woo Hoo said 4 days and 9 hours ago.:
Some missing tags for AUBBC?

I was just looking at your ubbc module and really think it's great but couldn't find a
few extras that I think would make it more complete.

For my ubbc routine I like to include:
teletype text (tt)
text-align: justify (justify)
font-family: Courier New (fixed)
as well as other font faces
marquee (move)

I also use a highlight ubbc but that works with a css class :p

These are just suggestions. Other than that I think you got a pretty solid ubbc module.



Some of those are tags you can just add-in through "Build your own tags" the "marquee (move)" would have to be secured but I bet AUBBC is one of the most secure BBcodes since I convert Back-slash \ to &#92; . Hackers like to convert javascript to unicode and bypass BBcode security.
The "text-align:" is done with left, right and center tags but I do see some what of a need to make a tag that combines "font-family:", font-size: and Font-color. It would reduce the text the database holds since those three would be in one tag.

I think AUBBC is the best BBcode you can find on CPAN but I made it and most will see that comment as bias although it does have more settings, more built-in tags, faster then the others and security I cant hack to this day....
At the end of the day there isn't another module I would want to use to do BBcode but I made it for myself then released it to CPAN for others to use if they want.

 Re: Upgrade package 1.1
Written on 12/08/10 at 01:03:30 by Jack Deth
Finally found some free time to get back and reply on this topic...  Upgrade Package 1...

I installed it on themeapp.com and it looks like its working fine...

there is some issue with the theme sometimes on some machines where it loads the older theme files... not sure why but if you select standard from the theme menu it fixes the bugs...  makes no logical sense to me why unless I had the site set to use another theme which is still installed in the themes folder and that was never updated to standard...  even though all other themes are not accessible.

Another issue...  there is code in the package that is specific to the morsmals site that the upgrade came off of...  this package in its own is not very useful for anyone but testers as it is branded in the code...  so once all the branding is removed...  it might be of use...  there seem so be some other issues here and there...


but the most important thing I believe is that it actually makes the site "FEEL" more stable and run quicker...

hopefully this could turn into a complete full package clean from branding and including the installer plus an old-school standard install file...  or 2 package...  classic install...  or quick install package.

Has anyone else tried this package out on a site?



UPDATE: I seem to have fixed the standard theme bug I found on my site by resetting the standard theme to standard, which is what it was set to in the first place...  so obviously somewhere there was an error still set to some other theme...

not sure if the left and right blocks are loading correctly as I get a morsmal facebook bock on the right side which I CANT FIND IN THE SITE MEANING CORE CODED CRAP...  CMON ON...  CLEAN A BITCH UP BEFORE RELEASING IT FOR TESTING :P :)

 Re: Upgrade package 1.1
Written on 12/08/10 at 23:23:17 by Woo Hoo
Maybe we should call it morsmal-APP.

 Re: Upgrade package 1.1
Written on 12/09/10 at 19:32:54 by On
Sorry.. was sure I deleted all the morsmal hardcoded stuff oops

 Re: Upgrade package 1.1
Written on 12/18/10 at 21:03:16 by On
Do you have a clean upgrade package?

I want to update it and:
1. release it
2. Change the site here

 Re: Upgrade package 1.1
Written on 12/24/10 at 16:17:48 by Jack Deth
a Clean Upgrade package?  only the one you linked to here which is probably the first post on this thread...

I also need this upgrade package for another site...  they need the forums cache fixes ASAP!!!!

They are running 1.0 and still lose their forum.tmp file regularly...

This upgrade also needs to be compatible with all 1.0 versions from the first release as well...  once its finalised, should just make it official 1.1 and we can move on from there...

but it needs a classic installer as well!!!  as well as a final 1.1 package and we can build off of it...  or just sit here with our thumbs up our butts remembering what Web-App used to be...

 Re: Upgrade package 1.1
Written on 01/04/11 at 03:02:24 by Woo Hoo
Yes, get rid of the new installer crap and just go with the good old one.

 Re: Upgrade package 1.1
Written on 02/13/11 at 06:26:10 by Jack Deth
Any news on this???

time for a clean fresh install pack...    a simple upgrade package and more!!!


My websites are temporarily down as I transition to a new host in the near future...

once that happens the fun begins!!!! :)

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