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    Any idea what would cause the online members page not to display fully, as seen here?
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  • #2
    It appears the style sheet is not loading. I guess I need a solution to resolve that.
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    • #3
      As a guest, I can't see the content on the page. The content that does show doesn't have any rendering issues.
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      • #4
        I see the issue on your site now. Someone else mentioned this earlier, wondering if there is a bug, though I don't think anything changed in 5.3.4 with online users.

        Basaiclly the number of users per page isn't consistent...it will say users 1-10 of 50 but on page 1 you get four, page two you get eight, or other random amounts.

        I'm not sure I have a site with enough guests to replicate it on. We could probably do it here but someone will need to enable it so guests show on the page.
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        • #5
          Now I donít know. Iím on a different network and it appears to display correctly. The previous network had sophos firewall on it and it was acting up. You wouldnít think that would affect it, but thatís the only difference is see.
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          • #6
            Yep, something funky. The pages on the online members is weird too. Itís like the focus is off.
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            • #7
              I still see the issue, but it's less obvious now...all pages are right except for the first which shows 8 users instead of 10.

              It's not firewalls, something isn't right. Until I have another site I can replicate it on, I'm struggling, But, you could try logging a bug.
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              • NumNum
                NumNum commented
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                I’ll do a jira when I get home

            • #8
              Do you have it set to only show guests? As it says there is one member but there's no sign of them.
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              • NumNum
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                I’m the invisible member

            • #9
              I have the default settings. I only made it visible to visitors today so you could see it.
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              • #10
                Something isn't right...could you please try editing the module, set this to no, then save all the way out:
                Display Guest (non-registered user) activity on Who's Online?

                Then clear the cache in AdminCP > Maintenance > Clear System Cache
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                • #11
                  I did the above as described. Went to display and it only showed me, cleared system cache, still only showed me, reverted back the setting and it is still skewed.
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                  • #12
                    I would turn the invisibility off and see if that corrects the numbers. Then we will know if it's that.
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                    • #13
                      I turned off invisible mode / set Display Guest (non-registered user) activity on Who's Online? to no / saved all the way back out / cleared system cache / still only showed me / reverted back to show guests / still doesnt show 10 results.
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                      • #14
                        http://tracker.vbulletin.com/browse/VBV-17979
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                        • #15
                          It appears to be working correctly when I look.

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