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My Awards 2.4
#71
Well I have no idea. Never seen that happen.
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#72
(Mar 29, 2012, 01:01 AM)labrocca Wrote: Well I have no idea. Never seen that happen.

Well crap, ok then. Thanks
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#73
Awesome. Can't wait to use. Thanks!
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#74
This is probably the best plugin at the moment, I love this one!
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#75
I just noticed this...

myawards.lang.php
Code:
<?php
/*
*
* My Awards Plugin MyBB 1.6x
* By: Jesse Labrocca
* Website: http://www.mybbcentral.com
* Version: 2.0
*
*/

$l['aw_details'] = "Details";
$l['awards'] = "Awards: ";
$l['awards_head'] = "My Awards";
$l['awards_list'] = "Awards List";
$l['user_awards'] = "User Awards";
$l['awarded'] = "Recipients";
$l['user'] = "Username";
$l['name'] = "Name";
$l['reason'] = "Reason";
$l['date'] = "Date Given";
$l['award'] = "Award";
$l['description'] = "Description";
$l['noresults'] = "No awards for this user.";
$l['can_manage_awards'] = "Can Manage Awards?";
$l['none_given'] = "No results found for this award search.";

Isn't it suppose to end with "?>"?
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#76
The ending php tag is optional. If anything it helps reduce errors by removing it.
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#77
What happens if I get:
There was an unknown error uploading your image.
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#78
(Apr 06, 2012, 03:52 PM)MaDnEsS Wrote: What happens if I get:
There was an unknown error uploading your image.

That's likely caused by improper chmod of folders.
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#79
Correct, to 777 and it was fine, thanks!
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#80
This is a really great plugin and I love it! I recommend it to anybody that wants to use awards on there forum.
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