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PortaMx 1.5 released

Started by feline, 29. May 2012, 12:53:59

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sanax

#15
30. May 2012, 06:28:43
Quote from: feline on 29. May 2012, 23:25:19
check all files and folder on /Themes/default/PortaMx/
or
copy all these folder and files from the archive to you server
Clear your browser cache and reload the site.


Hi fel

I check the folders on my server and the folders of our download. Every folder and file are different and kinda afraid to copy files. Attached is an image of the problem in the Block Manager.



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feline

#16
30. May 2012, 12:50:24
I can't see any problem .. download works without problems (FF 11)
Many are stubborn in relation to the path, a few in relation to the target.

feline

#17
30. May 2012, 13:04:36
Quote from: sanax on 30. May 2012, 06:28:43
I check the folders on my server and the folders of our download. Every folder and file are different and kinda afraid to copy files. Attached is an image of the problem in the Block Manager.

All files and folder exist on your server? (also all the subfolder?)
All css files exists?
Browser cache cleared and site reloaded?
SMF file cache cleared?
Many are stubborn in relation to the path, a few in relation to the target.

bancherd

#18
30. May 2012, 15:59:13
Well, I tried using IE on Windows7, and FF(latest one) and chromium on Ubuntu12.04....can not download.  :(

sanax

#19
30. May 2012, 17:13:56
Quote from: feline on 30. May 2012, 13:04:36
Quote from: sanax on 30. May 2012, 06:28:43
I check the folders on my server and the folders of our download. Every folder and file are different and kinda afraid to copy files. Attached is an image of the problem in the Block Manager.

All files and folder exist on your server? (also all the subfolder?)
All css files exists?
Browser cache cleared and site reloaded?
SMF file cache cleared?


Very strange! I checked in FF and the icons show up! I clean out the SMF cache but it still doesn't show up in IE 8... ??? Seems to me it's a browser issue!

feline

30. May 2012, 20:05:06 Last Edit: 25. Jun 2012, 08:45:32 by feline
fucking IE ... seems like this ugly browser have a problem with compressed CSS  >:(
copy the attached css files to the desired position on your server (overwrite existing)

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Many are stubborn in relation to the path, a few in relation to the target.

feline

#21
30. May 2012, 20:23:13
Quote from: bancherd on 30. May 2012, 15:59:13
Well, I tried using IE on Windows7, and FF(latest one) and chromium on Ubuntu12.04....can not download.  :(

It's a win7 problem or what else?
As you see on the download, many user have download PortaMx and I have also tested.

Alternately you can test a download via our Package Server;
Name: PortaMx File Server
URL: http://docserver.portamx.com
Many are stubborn in relation to the path, a few in relation to the target.

sanax

#22
30. May 2012, 20:30:37
Quote from: feline on 30. May 2012, 20:05:06
fucking IE ... seems like this ugly browser have a problem with compressed CSS  >:(
copy the attached css files to the desired position on your server (overwrite existing)


Thank you, fel... I feel your pain, as a programmer, with IE! I have also several problems when updating to IE 9! Just had to go back to IE 8...

I will copy the files and report back!

epa

#23
31. May 2012, 02:21:02
Very nice, how do I become a charter member?


edit:

never mind, just saw how to. Will be doing it soon.

antechinus

#24
06. Jun 2012, 00:26:44
Nice one. I'm going to try it on 2.1 Alpha, just for fun. :)

And yeah, death to IE.
Using Internet Explorer 6 on the internet is like urinating in a public swimming pool.
It's rude, there's no excuse for it, and anyone who does it should be ashamed of themselves.

tragidy

#25
19. Jun 2012, 16:57:58
Quote from: feline on 30. May 2012, 20:05:06
fucking IE ... seems like this ugly browser have a problem with compressed CSS  >:(
copy the attached css files to the desired position on your server (overwrite existing)


Was the main package file repacked with these versions to keep compatibility or should all users download these css files to have compatibility with inferior browsers.
Open source Matters, the GNU License(s) are among the most valuable text ever created by mankind.
Support all open source projects when possible as their concepts are paving the future. ~ tragidy

portamx

#26
19. Jun 2012, 19:46:12
we will develope a update next days ...