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Module doesn't limit comments 12 years 6 months ago #8691

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standard, black and compojoom

Module doesn't limit comments 12 years 6 months ago #8692

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I had the same problem as this myself... I just can't remember what the problem was! :(
I see you have tried all the CSS variations... and just from looking at your site, you obviously have everything as it should be... so this is something stupid that is being overlooked.

At least it seems that way.
I will digg in on my site and check if I can remember.. :huh:

Module doesn't limit comments 12 years 6 months ago #8693

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My Module settings looks like this.

And my comment.class.php file is 115,473 bytes .
It was at 115,465 bytes.

Hehe, I know, but I can't see the changes that were made to this file... so file size is the only way I can see they are different... :dry:

I assume it is the same for you?

Module doesn't limit comments 12 years 6 months ago #8698

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This doesn't have anything to do with the template.
Nils it is working for you because i've fixed this problem in RC1 (the problem was existing only with beta2a), but really don't understand ant encounters this problem.

Ant are you willing to provide me with backend and ftp access to your website???

Module doesn't limit comments 12 years 6 months ago #8702

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Yes there is definitely something more to it, perhaps a bad upgrade/database table. I can't reproduce the error at all, I did the following steps to make sure the RC1 and the mod_comments from the Download section don't have this bug:

(1) Clean install of Joomla 1.5.11
(2) Installed com_comment RC1
(3) Installed mod_comments 4.0 alpha3

Didn't change any settings at all from their defaults (in the module, component or even Joomla config); the Module text correctly cuts-off as it should. So it's something else causing it.

Module doesn't limit comments 12 years 6 months ago #8715

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Ok, I'm going to uninstall completely the component and the module. Which db table I need to import after a clean install to resume all the comments?

Module doesn't limit comments 12 years 6 months ago #8717

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This is the second upgrade to RC1 that has had problems. Can you please try these things first? This looks like a bug.

(1) Please give us following information:

Joomla version : ?
JoomlaComment version : 4.0 RC1 (already know)
Upgraded from JoomlaComment: ?
PHP version : ?
MySQL version : ?

Joomla!, PHP and MySQL version can be found under Help > System Info in the Joomla backend. MySQL should just be listed as 'database version'

(2) Try clearing your Joomla cache first and also your browser cache, refresh the page and see if that fixed it

(3) I will assume the versions are OK and if (2) did not work, then it is probably a bug. Do me a favor so we can track this down:

(a) I assume your database prefix is the default of jos_ in this guide but it may be different on your site. Before uninstalling anything, in phpMyAdmin or whatever database frontend you use, export all the following tables:
jos_comment
 jos_comment_captcha
 jos_comment_joomvertising
 jos_comment_setting
 jos_comment_voting
Take jos_comment, the first one, and keep this - this is the comment backup!

(b) ZIP all the other tables (jos_comment_*) and send them to me/us to investigate - there is an E-Mail address "hidden" from spam in my signature.

(4) Now you can go and uninstall JoomlaComment. It doesn't matter if you leave uninstall complete mode to NO - if you do, just manually go into phpMyAdmin again and drop all those jos_comment* tables.

(5) Reinstall and clear caches, test. Meanwhile we will see if we can track the bug as soon as I can see if the tables are OK.

Module doesn't limit comments 12 years 6 months ago #8719

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Hi

those are the informations:

Joomla version : 1.5.15
JoomlaComment version : 4.0 RC1 (already know)
Upgraded from JoomlaComment: 4.0 Beta
PHP version : 5.2.9
MySQL version : 5.0.89-community


(2) Try clearing your Joomla cache first and also your browser cache, refresh the page and see if that fixed it

I did it a few times without fix

I can give you admin login if you want. Send me PM please

Module doesn't limit comments 12 years 6 months ago #8740

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Complete uninstall (db tables too).
Deleted all the files.

Installed RC1 and module
imported old comments

module doesn't limit comment again.

(Modern template, the only available)

Module doesn't limit comments 12 years 6 months ago #8747

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Hi ant,

I have had a quick look but could not figure it out so far. There is another bug in the comments module though and i'd like to fix this first so I know it's not related.

Module doesn't limit comments 12 years 6 months ago #8753

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I just uninstalled your mod_comments so I could install a new version I just finished, but the uninstallation was dirty and now I can't reinstall it :(

My mistake... sorry. You will need to delete modules/mod_comments/ folder manually via FTP or cPanel File Manager. Then try installing the new mod_comments from this ZIP - compojoom.com/images/fbfiles/files/mod_comments_2010_02_04.zip

Module doesn't limit comments 12 years 6 months ago #8755

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Installed but It seems don't fix the issue. It limits fine title but commnent not.

Module doesn't limit comments 12 years 6 months ago #8760

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I don't know what to say - I'm absolutely stumped. This makes no sense whatsoever, I've triple checked the code and it makes no sense why it does this only on your site...

Daniel will have to take over here as soon as he becomes available - I'm out of ideas :s

Module doesn't limit comments 12 years 6 months ago #8821

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Would you send me a PM with login and ftp details?

Module doesn't limit comments 12 years 6 months ago #8852

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Hi Daniel,

My site has the same problem with comments being listed in their entirety. This is an upgrade from 3.26.

Unfortunately, I can't send you the link to my site. I've installed 4.0RC1 only as a response to being blacklisted on Google due to inadvertently serving malware. I'm trying to clean out and upgrade everything for better security.

Anyway, I'm eager to hear the solution to this.

Also, I can't get the comments to appear at the bottom of any page, but that's a topic for another thread. (If you know of a thread that has a solution for this, please send me the link).

Thanks,
Damon

To Clarify: I meant to say that in the module, the 10 comments shown are shown in full.

Module doesn't limit comments 12 years 6 months ago #8865

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Daniel,

I'm wondering if this module issue is somehow caused by my customized css (from 3.26) interfering with the new module or new css? Just a thought.

Module doesn't limit comments 12 years 6 months ago #8927

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Hi
no news?
it's a big problem, the module is too large for the home page with the entire comments.

Module doesn't limit comments 12 years 6 months ago #8928

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Hey there ant,
I tried to connect to your server with the ftp data, that you have given to Jonus, but I get only:
530 Login authentication failed

could you PM me a new ftp connection data?

Module doesn't limit comments 12 years 6 months ago #8929

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wait. I don't understand. This here: www.mbnews.it/attualita/109/12265-monza-...joscclean=1#josc1390 is jcomment and not joomlacomment.

Module doesn't limit comments 12 years 6 months ago #8930

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Hi Daniel
yes, I just have brought the site to jcomment to fix the module issue. the client does not have intentional to attend

best regards
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