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  • Zachery
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    np

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  • King Kovifor
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    Originally posted by Zachery View Post
    Try clearing your cache, it might be cached on some level. Also you can try editing and resaving the attachment permissions.
    Now, I really feel dumb. I should have checked PHP settings, not vBulletin settings. I have a PHP Maximum Upload size of 2.00MB. Upped that to 10MB and it works flawlessly now. Maybe vBulletin should have a feature to check that, and display a warning if an administrator sets it too high. I hate it when I do this stuff. =/ Thanks again Zachery!

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  • Zachery
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    Try clearing your cache, it might be cached on some level. Also you can try editing and resaving the attachment permissions.

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  • King Kovifor
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    Originally posted by Zachery View Post
    I'd ask that you start a ticket at that point if I need access.
    OK. I posted a video above, but heres the link if it gets brushed over: http://screencast.com/t/OWQ3OTExYmQ

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  • Zachery
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    I'd ask that you start a ticket at that point if I need access.

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  • King Kovifor
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    Would access be easier for you? I'll make a quick video tho. Showing settings, uploading, etc.

    Video:
    http://screencast.com/t/OWQ3OTExYmQ

    Showing limit as 10mb (in bytes). Goes to an article. Goes to add an Attachment, of size 2.4 MB (you can see it in the upload window). Shows the "error" message.

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  • Zachery
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    Can you post a screen shot or give me the exact error as to why?

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  • King Kovifor
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    Dumb. LOL. Now, I can't get attachments to want to work correctly. *hits head on wall* I've never had vBulletin hate me this much... I need to upload .pdf into CMS articles, mainly as it's going to be the only easy way for the group that owns the site to upload newsletters. I upped the limit from 2 MB to 10 MB, just to be safe. Yet, vBulletin keeps rejecting everything that's above 2MB. Thoughts on this?

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  • Zachery
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    Home is the root node, its not intended to be displayed. You can see this here on the vbulletin.com site.

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  • King Kovifor
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    Explained in screenshot. Basically, the "Home" section doesn't display in my navigation...

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  • Zachery
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    Can you show me a screen shot of what is happening and highlight what you expect to be happening? Just to make sure we're on the same page.

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  • King Kovifor
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    Ok. It was a "publishing" issue. For some reason, it was set to publish on February 27th, 2010. No idea HOW on earth that got in there, or why, because I never touched the dates. Thanks Zach. Still doesn't show in the section widget tho...

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  • Zachery
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    Are your sections all published?

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  • King Kovifor
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    Any ideas? I really need this to work, and it's failing miserably... =/

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  • King Kovifor
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    Unfortunately, that is checked. But it doesn't show under "Sections" either...?

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