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  • Floris
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    Originally posted by Monkeypuppet
    I do appreciate your quick support, but even great support needs some sleep.

    MP
    2:45 .. ok
    I'll continue tomorrow then I guess. I am sure there are enough support personal left over to .. give support. Steve, Cary, Jake, Zachery, Martin, etc ..

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  • Monkeypuppet
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    I do appreciate your quick support, but even great support needs some sleep.

    MP

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  • Floris
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    I'll go to bed then. But don't complain if you don't get support as quickly as usual then

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  • Monkeypuppet
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    OK, I missed the sql query part of your message, I ran those and now everything seems to be working, I even asked one of the members online and he confirmed that it was working now.

    Thanks (once again) for you help, now go to bed.

    MP

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  • Floris
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    PM me the URL to your forum, and your full admin account. I will register as a user and check some settings out for you. perhaps we are simply overlooking something .. simple.

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  • Monkeypuppet
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    All of those look correct, still when logged in as admin, the images show in sigs, when logged in as a reg. user they dont. At least not for me, perhaps it's just my personal user settings? Can that be? I will ask on the board if others are seeing images.

    Thanks again for all your help.

    MP

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  • Floris
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    A few things you can walk through:

    Admin Control Panel > vBulletin Options > vBulletin Options > User Registration Options > Default Registration Options > Display Signatures [x] / Display Images [x]
    Make sure the checkbox is checked. So users who register by default see signatures and images.

    Admin Control Panel > vBulletin Options > vBulletin Options > User Profile Options > Allow Signatures : Yes / Allow [IMG] Code in Signatures : Yes.
    Make sure both options have yes selected so signatures are allowed, visible and so are [img] codes used in signatures.

    Admin Control Panel > Usergroups > Usergroup Manager > Registered usergroup > General Permissions > Can Use Signatures : Yes.

    Admin Control Panel > Import & Maintenance > Execute SQL Query > Automatic SQL Query > ON - Display Signature / ON - Display Images
    Run both queries (Seperatly ofcourse) to update all the users.
    (Remember? First we set this for new (future) users and now we update existing users).
    Note: In order to get permission to execute sql queries, you must add your unique userid to the config.php for the variable $canrunqueries



    ps
    Sleep?
    It is only 2:00 in the night. I'll sleep when all support questions are answered.

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  • Monkeypuppet
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    new install of 3.0.3 - no hacks installed.

    I have the permission set in usergroup - Registered Users to allow img in sigs. Where else would I need to set this up?

    MP

    PS- Floris, do you ever sleep?

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  • Floris
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    Which version of vBulletin are you running and do you have any hacks installed? Are you sure the permissions are setup correctly for all the usergroups?

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  • Monkeypuppet
    started a topic image in sig

    image in sig

    Wierd problem, at least I can't figure it out.

    images are allowed in sigs, but the only time the image shows is for the admin, reg. users only see the text.

    What's wrong here?

    Thanks
    MP
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