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Forum (phpBB) functions missing / broken

Sat Oct 13, 2018 1:13 am

How did you mark my post solved? I can't find any such feature?
i the upper right corner of the post you will find 4 icons - one of them toggles solved/unsolved.
well only yesterday i discovered the feature :-)

1) So I (apparently my account) have none of these, any OS any Browser, I only have "Report", "Quote" and "Post ID".

<ul class="post-buttons">
	<li><a href="/app.php/post/x/report" title="Report this post" class="button has-tooltip icon-button report-icon"><span>Report this post</span></a></li>
	<li><a href="./posting.php?mode=quote&amp;f=x&amp;p=x" title="Reply with quote" class="button has-tooltip icon-button quote-icon"><span>Quote</span></a></li>
	<li><a class="icon_post_target" href="#px" title="Post #x">#x</a></li>

2) However for this post (itself) I do see a Solved button, any OS any Browser.

3) I also can't see Quote references (poster, link to original post), only the quoted texts, I know this has been working before.

4) I addition the forum has some broken/removed mod leftovers ucp.php?i=165 this ucp.php?i=ucp_karma&mode=karma and ucp.php?i=ucp_boardwatch&mode=boardwatch

Is it somehow just me or how about the rest of you?
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Re: Forum (phpBB) functions missing / broken  [SOLVED]

Sat Oct 13, 2018 11:19 am

Regarding 1) and 2), only the OP (original poster, i.e. the author of a topic) can mark one of the posts of that topic, including his own ones, as a solution. Maybe administrators can as well, but not ordinary users.

Regarding 3) and 4) I did not get what you're talking about, probably because I haven't seen it elsewhere so I'm not missing it here.
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