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  • tides
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    Originally posted by Kengan

    you can use phpmyadmin open your vbbs databases, then find the table name "word" click Properties, click change and modify the "varchar" to 255.
    okay, I have accessed the table word.
    But I still there is no 'Properties', and there is also no any data with a datatype 'varchar'.

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  • Chen
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    wbonline, please enter your license information in your profile.

    tides, http://www.vbulletin.com/forum/showt...threadid=18558

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  • tides
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    Originally posted by Kengan


    you can use phpmyadmin open your vbbs databases, then find the table name "word" click Properties, click change and modify the "varchar" to 255.

    That's it !
    Er... what and where is "phpmyadmin"?
    Sorry for this stuby question....

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  • Kengan
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    Originally posted by tides
    Er... Can any tell me how to do that? Thanks.
    you can use phpmyadmin open your vbbs databases, then find the table name "word" click Properties, click change and modify the "varchar" to 255.

    That's it !

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  • tides
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    Er... Can any tell me how to do that? Thanks.

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  • Kengan
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    you need to change something with Databases ! eg. VARCHR !

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  • wbonline
    started a topic HOW CAN I serch for double-bytes character set

    HOW CAN I serch for double-bytes character set

    If a VBB2.0.X forum is be used in a double-bytes character set country(china,japen,korea......etc.),it's search function can not work normally when serching for some double-bytes character set string (chinese,japenese......),it often return a "not found " message .How can i reslove this problem? THANKS!!!!!!
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