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  • I don't know how it is possible either

    as mentioned in earlier posts:
    its an article
    the issue happens for attachments in an article
    it happens for thumbnails served by a widget (code posted earlier)
    VB is set to serve https
    other pages - such as the forum itself (as opposed to the cms) work fine

    I can give you admin rights if you wish...

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    • Originally posted by sandy771 View Post
      I don't know how it is possible either

      as mentioned in earlier posts:
      its an article
      the issue happens for attachments in an article
      it happens for thumbnails served by a widget (code posted earlier)
      VB is set to serve https
      other pages - such as the forum itself (as opposed to the cms) work fine

      I can give you admin rights if you wish...
      Our hosting forum https://forumweb.hosting/ is running with which you are mentioning here.

      But didn't see these errors, except some PHP 7 alerts in log file.


      Thanks
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      • Hmm I may have sorted it, I'll post back if more issues

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        • Parse error: syntax error, unexpected '*' in /home/xxxxx/domains/xxxxx.be/public_html/includes/functions.php on line 1576
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          • Originally posted by bollie View Post
            Parse error: syntax error, unexpected '*' in /home/xxxxx/domains/xxxxx.be/public_html/includes/functions.php on line 1576
            You'll need to give us more information:

            What php version?
            What page is this being displayed on?
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            • Originally posted by bollie View Post
              Parse error: syntax error, unexpected '*' in /home/xxxxx/domains/xxxxx.be/public_html/includes/functions.php on line 1576
              The code of text on that line is:

              PHP Code:
                          if (intval($profilefield_value) & (2**$key)) 
              the ** operator was introduced in PHP 5.6.0 so if you are using PHP 5.5.x or lower you would get a syntax error I suppose. Make absolutely sure you are running PHP 5.6.0 or higher.

              2**$key raises $key to the power of 2 ($key squared), it was previously done by the pow() function it seems.
              Last edited by Joe D.; Sat 22nd Apr '17, 1:40am. Reason: See Paul's comments below.

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              • Originally posted by bollie View Post
                Parse error: syntax error, unexpected '*' in /home/xxxxx/domains/xxxxx.be/public_html/includes/functions.php on line 1576
                The minimum php version for 4.2.5 is php 5.6, which as indicated above, you do not appear to be running.
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                • Originally posted by Joe D. View Post
                  2**$key raises $key to the power of 2 ($key squared)
                  Actually, its the other way round, $key squared would be $key**2.
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                  • Joe D.
                    Joe D. commented
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                    Thanks, makes more sense now.

                • 4.2.5 Release Candidate 2 was released earlier today.

                  This is the final RC version before the full release, due the second week of May.
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                  • Originally posted by Paul M View Post
                    4.2.5 Release Candidate 2 was released earlier today.

                    This is the final RC version before the full release, due the second week of May.
                    Has been changed something about user groups?

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                    • Can you be a little more specific than that ?
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                      • Yes. I have installed the mod VSa advanced forum statistics in my forum, and with lastest RC 2 the statistics are showing to guests, when it is configured to don't show to them. In RC1 works fine.



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                        • Ah... ok. I think I know what that is.

                          That is fixed, and should work in the final release ok.
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                          • Originally posted by Paul M View Post
                            Ah... ok. I think I know what that is.

                            That is fixed, and should work in the final release ok.
                            Ok, thanks!

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                            • The final version of 4.2.5 was released earlier today.

                              This concludes the 4.2.5 releases, and most likely will be the last vB4 release.
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