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  • necie_r
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    Thank you! Thank you! Thank YOU!!!

    Originally posted by Cadellin View Post
    1. AdminCP > Languages & Phrases > Search in Phrases
    2. Enter the phrase variable into the search using these settings
    3. Click Find4. Click "Edit" next to the result saying "started_by_x_y_z_a"
    5. Press "Copy Default Text"
    6. Remove "{5}" from the text which is now in the Translation Box
    7. Remove "{5} from any other translations also listed.

    Hope that helps Let me know if you get stuck.
    Thanks so much for this fix. You should be on the vBulletin payroll. Your contribution has saved them money (because I sure as heck was going to have a few of their support guys tied in knots until this crap was fixed!!!). Thanks again!

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  • Tauhid
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    There is another solution that someone from skinbox helped me upon:

    For your style's search_threadbit template, find:

    {vb:rawphrase started_by_x_y_z_a, {vb:link member, {vb:raw thread}, null, 'postuserid', 'postusername'}, {vb:raw thread.postusername}, {vb:raw thread.startdate}, {vb:raw thread.starttime}}

    and then replace it with:
    {vb:rawphrase started_by_x_y_z_a, {vb:link member, {vb:raw thread}, null, 'postuserid', 'postusername'}, {vb:raw thread.postusername}, {vb:raw thread.startdate}, {vb:raw thread.starttime}, {vb:stylevar dirmark}}

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  • Cadellin
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    Originally posted by Da_Vinci View Post
    That worked a treat, thank you very much.
    Glad to be of assistance

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  • Da_Vinci
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    That worked a treat, thank you very much.

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  • Cadellin
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    1. AdminCP > Languages & Phrases > Search in Phrases
    2. Enter the phrase variable into the search using these settings
    Originally posted by Search Settings
    Search for Text: started_by_x_y_
    Search in Language: All Languages
    Product: All Products
    Search Translated Phrases Only: No
    Phrase Type: GLOBAL
    Search in: Phrase Variable Name
    Case-sensitive: No
    Exact Match: No
    3. Click Find4. Click "Edit" next to the result saying "started_by_x_y_z_a"
    5. Press "Copy Default Text"
    6. Remove "{5}" from the text which is now in the Translation Box
    7. Remove "{5} from any other translations also listed.

    Hope that helps Let me know if you get stuck.

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  • Da_Vinci
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    Sorry to sound dumb, but how do I go about doing that?

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  • Cadellin
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    Originally posted by Da_Vinci View Post
    Do I need to add a new phrase or just edit an existing one?
    Adding a translation for each of your installed languages should be suffient to fix the problem.

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  • Da_Vinci
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    Nice to see an official bug fix!

    Do I need to add a new phrase or just edit an existing one?

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  • Cadellin
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    Incidentially I can't see how this is anything other than a bug. Styles don't effect the language phrases as far as I'm aware.

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  • shooterdfl
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    Originally posted by Cadellin View Post
    Sorry napy8gen - now I follow you. Adding a translation without the {5} fixed the problem for me. Thank you for your assistance.
    Same here, thanks to both of you.

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  • Cadellin
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    Originally posted by napy8gen View Post
    the phrase is started_by_x_y_z_a

    <span class="label">Started by&nbsp;<a href="{1}" class="username understate" title="Started by {2} on {3} {4}">{2}</a>{5},&nbsp;{3}&nbsp;{4}</span>
    Sorry napy8gen - now I follow you. Adding a translation without the {5} fixed the problem for me. Thank you for your assistance.

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  • napy8gen
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    the phrase is started_by_x_y_z_a

    <span class="label">Started by&nbsp;<a href="{1}" class="username understate" title="Started by {2} on {3} {4}">{2}</a>{5},&nbsp;{3}&nbsp;{4}</span>

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  • Cadellin
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    Not to doubt you but what phrase is required between the username and the comma? I had got the Username HTML Markup mod installed which might have caused it but uninstalling had no effect.

    Any other ideas folks? I'm fresh out myself.

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  • napy8gen
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    I think ARG:5 is no longer there. there is no 1, 2, 3, 4. It is something related to the phrases on that threadbit.

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  • Cadellin
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    Same here unfortunately. I've reverted my threadbit template and repaired/optimised tables as well as resetting all the counters which wouldn't cause perminiant damage. No joy.

    Does anyone know what [ARG:5 UNDEFINED] means?

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