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  • Ip-Watch
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    i'll be waiting

    thanx "thetakerfan"...

    i'll be waiting for this line....

    but P L E A S E make it as soon as you can...

    it's like a matter of life to me...

    thanx again....

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  • thetakerfan
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    Originally posted by Ed Sullivan
    I don't think you can remove it - you probably have to *change* it so it works.
    I'll find the exact line later I guess, but what I did was import the whole templates.sql file before messing with the line, except for the ones that cause problems, then comment out the line, import the ones that you didn't already import, and uncomment the line
    atleast I think thats what I did

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  • Ip-Watch
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    Guys..

    i'm still asking...

    how can i import from PHPMYADMIN...

    what is the steps...in details if possible...

    thanx

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  • Wayne Luke
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    People put color codes in their templates?

    Wow.... I just made replacement variables for all of them and put those in my templates. Then if I wanted to change a color, it was one change and very simple.

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  • Mike Sullivan
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    I don't think you can remove it - you probably have to *change* it so it works.

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  • thetakerfan
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    you have to remove a certain line in one of the phpmyadmin files, I don't remember which one, just comment out the line in dbimport(or something like that) with the eregi(I think) its towards the top

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  • Freddie Bingham
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    It's the color codes you may have in your templates that cause the problems, especially the codes that *will* be in the options template.

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  • John Harrison
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    So to import it correctly you remove all #'s

    Except the #'s for colour codes right?

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  • Mike Sullivan
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    It imports every thing fine except for lines with #.

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  • John Harrison
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    How can someone release such a thing that cant import correctly?

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  • Freddie Bingham
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    You may think it went fine if you used phpMyAdmin to do it but have fun when you try to import it

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  • Ip-Watch
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    Hi..

    i've made the exporting of the "template" table and every thing went fine...


    BUT

    I HAVE NO IDEA HOW TO IMPORT IT IN A NEW INSTALLED VB

    please i neeeeeeeeeeeed help

    thanx

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  • thetakerfan
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    From everyone that I have talked to, phpMyAdmin has serious errors on exporting
    Open the SQL file and there is probably an error, get rid of all of them, its easy using the replace function
    And there is a problem with importing the templates because any color codes etc cause problems using the "#"
    I posted a temp. fix for this in the MySQL forum I believe, so go look there, I forget what it is you have to edit

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  • TechTalk
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    Originally posted by WWW
    TechTalk!

    After I download the file, how can I upload it again?

    Thanks
    From phpmy admin click on your database then click the "browse" button and choose the .sql file that you downloaded. Click "go" and if all is well you will see "your query has been executed successfully"

    Be sure to drop the original table before importing a new one (unless you used the "add drop table" feature when you dumped the db.

    ~Chris

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  • WWW
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    TechTalk!

    After I download the file, how can I upload it again?

    Thanks

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