Announcement

Collapse
No announcement yet.

The following errors occurred with your submission

Collapse
X
 
  • Filter
  • Time
  • Show
Clear All
new posts

  • [Forum] The following errors occurred with your submission

    Hi all, I've recently updated to the latest vBulletin software. Now whenever I try to post or reply to comments I get the following, even though I've more than 1 character in the message box.

    "The message you have entered is too short. Please lengthen your message to at least 1 characters."

    Hoping you guys can help.

    Cheers
    Garret

  • #2
    check min in admin panel

    Comment


    • #3
      Hi Hawk2, I've already checked the settings and it's as it was before all correct. I've changed the values and still the same problem.

      Comment


      • #4
        and how many are you putting in the post at a time

        Comment


        • #5
          Hi Hawk2, the message I'm trying to send is

          "Hi James, hows things mate?"

          My settings are

          Minimum Characters Per Post
          If this number is set to a value greater than 0, users must enter at least that number of characters in each new post.

          Note: setting this to 0 will not completely disable the minimum characters per post check. Users must always enter at least 1 character.
          Maximum Characters Per Post
          Posts that contain more characters than the value specified here will be rejected with a message telling the user to shorten their post.

          Set the value to 0 to disable this function.
          Maximum Characters Per Thread/Post Title
          Thread and post titles will be limited to this number of characters. Please choose a value larger than 0 and less than 251.

          Comment


          • #6
            Sorry the Minimum is 1, Maximum is 0 & third Maximum is 250

            Comment


            • #7
              Message Posting and Editing Options you looking at this in the admin panel

              Comment


              • #8
                Yep

                Comment


                • #9
                  I figured it out, VB4: Supercharged. Disabled and it works fine.

                  Cheers for your help.

                  Comment


                  • #10
                    Quick Reply
                    If you enable Quick Reply, a box will appear on the showthread.php page allowing users to reply to the current thread without needing to load the full newreply.php page.

                    When Quick Reply is enabled, you may specify whether or not users must click the Quick Reply icon in order to start typing in the Quick Reply editor.

                    If you choose not to require a click, the system will not know to which post a user is replying, making both the threaded and hybrid display modes nonsensical.

                    We strongly recommend that you set the option to require a click if you use Quick Reply and have Threaded Mode available on your forums.

                    Note: Quick Reply will be automatically disabled if you require Human Verification when posting.
                    Yes, Click Not Required


                    Quick Edit
                    By enabling Quick Edit, a click on the Edit button in a post will open an editor within that post via AJAX if the visitor's browser is compatible.

                    Users may use the full editor by clicking the 'Go Advanced' button in the inline editor.
                    Yes
                    Multi-Quote Enabled
                    If this option is enabled, an additional button will appear on posts. A user may click as many of these buttons as they wish. Once they click a reply button, the content of each of the selected posts will be quoted and shown in the reply window.
                    Yes
                    Multi-Quote Quote Limit
                    Enter a value to limit the number of quotes that can be created with Multi-Quote, once this limit is reached the user will be unable to add any more quotes.

                    Note: The Quote BB code can still be entered manually, this is not a limit on the number of quotes in a post.
                    5
                    Minimum Characters Per Post
                    If this number is set to a value greater than 0, users must enter at least that number of characters in each new post.

                    Note: setting this to 0 will not completely disable the minimum characters per post check. Users must always enter at least 1 character.
                    5
                    Maximum Characters Per Post
                    Posts that contain more characters than the value specified here will be rejected with a message telling the user to shorten their post.

                    Set the value to 0 to disable this function.
                    200000
                    Maximum Characters Per Thread/Post Title
                    Thread and post titles will be limited to this number of characters. Please choose a value larger than 0 and less than 251.
                    85
                    Ignore Words in [QUOTE] Tags For Min Chars Check
                    Setting this option to 'YES' will cause the system to not count words in [QUOTE] tags towards the total number of characters posted.

                    The primary use for this is to prevent users posting messages with enormous quotes and a single short word of their own.
                    Yes
                    Automatically Quote Post / Thread Title
                    Setting this to 'Yes' will automatically fill the title field of new posts with either the thread or the parent post title, prefixed by 'Re: '.

                    The user may specify their own title if they want to do so.
                    No
                    Maximum Images/Videos Per Post
                    When a new post is submitted or edited vBulletin will check the number of images, smilies, and videos in the text and reject it if the number is greater than the value specified here.

                    Set the value to 0 to disable this function.
                    15
                    Prevent 'SHOUTING'
                    Prevent your users 'shouting' in their thread titles/message text by changing all-uppercase titles with at least this many characters to capitalization only on the first letters of some words.

                    Set the value to 0 to disable this function.

                    Disable this for some international forums with different character sets, as this may cause problems.
                    3
                    Minimum Time Between Posts
                    You may prevent your users from flooding your forum with posts by activating this feature.

                    By enabling floodcheck, you disallow users from making another post within a given time span of their last posting. In other words, if you set a floodcheck time span of 30 seconds, a user may not post again within 30 seconds of making his last post.

                    Administrators and moderators are exempt from floodcheck.

                    Recommended: 30 seconds. Type the number of seconds only. Enter 0 to disable this function.
                    30
                    Time Limit on Editing of Thread Title
                    Specify the time-limit (in minutes) within which the thread title may be edited by the user whom started the thread.
                    5
                    Time Limit on Adding a Poll to a Thread
                    Specify the time-limit (in minutes) within which the thread may have a poll added to it.
                    10
                    Time Limit on Editing of Posts
                    Time limit (in minutes) to impose on editing of messages. After this time limit only moderators will be able edit or delete the message. 1 day is 1440 minutes.

                    Set the value to 0 to allow users to edit their posts indefinitely.
                    10
                    Time to Wait Before Starting to Display 'Last Edited by...'
                    Time limit (in minutes) to allow user to edit the post without the "Last edited by..." message appearing at the bottom of the edited post.
                    2
                    Log IP Addresses
                    For security reasons, you may wish to display the IP address of the person posting a message.
                    Display, but require administrator or moderator
                    Post Edit History
                    Enable this option to log the previous versions of posts when they are edited. Click the '?' for more information on specific cases where edits will not be logged.

                    This will increase the amount of disk space used by vBulletin for database storage.
                    Yes
                    Auto-Save Content
                    While users are writing messages, the in progress content can be automatically saved in case the user's browser crashes or the user mistakenly leaves the page. The time between automatic saves is set in seconds. 20 seconds is the minimum value that will be accepted. If you wish to disable auto-save, set this value to 0.
                    60

                    Comment


                    • #11
                      hope this helps

                      Comment


                      • #12
                        Hi Hawk2, I figured it out, VB4: Supercharged (Mod). Disabled and it works fine.

                        Cheers for your help.

                        Comment

                        widgetinstance 262 (Related Topics) skipped due to lack of content & hide_module_if_empty option.
                        Working...
                        X