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My forum has been lost or shut down with thousands of posts , its happened before and admins here were able to restore it , can anyone help ?


http://godsofdestructi.noonhost.com

Thanks very much if you have the time
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phpBB Support Forum / Re: AOK Forum - The Prop Den
« Last post by NoHumorMan on April 27, 2019, 01:50:53 pm »
Okay, the member has signed up again - Vadernsons - http://thepropden.aokforums.com/vm3222.html

If there is a way to connect his account to the Mickxc deleted account I would really appreciate it.  I didn't save the link to the former account's profile page, so hope you can find it.  If it is not possible, please let me know.

EDIT: looked in my browser history and found the page.  Of course, when loading it, it no longer leads to the member page, but in case you need it for linking the accounts: Mickxc - http://thepropden.aokforums.com/vm2342.html
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phpBB Support Forum / Re: AOK Forum - The Prop Den
« Last post by NoHumorMan on April 26, 2019, 06:26:25 pm »
Cool.  I'll see if I can figure out how to contact the user, as that info is removed as well.  I'll post again once I've talked to him and had him sign up again.
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phpBB Support Forum / Re: AOK Forum - The Prop Den
« Last post by ForumMate on April 26, 2019, 06:21:16 pm »
No way to undelete might be able to reregister the user then we can their memberid to the old member id for posts.
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phpBB Support Forum / Re: AOK Forum - The Prop Den
« Last post by NoHumorMan on April 26, 2019, 06:10:06 pm »
Hello.  I made a mistake when wanting to change a member's username.  I deleted the account.  Is there a way to undelete it?  The account's posts were all retained, so I'm really hoping this is possible.

The account in question had the username: Mickxc

If there is no way to undo this, I understand.  Just thought I'd ask.
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phpBB Support Forum / Re: AOK Forum - The Prop Den
« Last post by NoHumorMan on June 03, 2018, 05:42:11 am »
I didn't do any of those posts, a user did.  And I don't think anything different was done. Simply copy the link and post it in the post window and submit.

I've tried fixing the link, and while it works when I preview the post, it no longer shows up as a link when the post is submitted.  I've tried doing the same thing with pasting other links into posts and they work.  But for some reason this particular one doesn't.
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phpBB Support Forum / Re: AOK Forum - The Prop Den
« Last post by ForumMate on June 02, 2018, 07:26:38 pm »
How did you make that post did you do anything differently?
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phpBB Support Forum / Re: AOK Forum - The Prop Den
« Last post by NoHumorMan on June 02, 2018, 06:56:10 pm »
Hi support.  I found an issue when checking out a topic a few days ago, but forgot to present it to you until now.

In post 6 in this thread for some reason the link posted won't actually show up as a link in the thread, but the link posted in post 8 in the same thread does.  I have tried to edit the link in post 6, but it still won't show up as a link.

This is the thread: http://thepropden.aokforums.com/darth-vader-anh-dome-mount-vt5214.html

And this is the link to the page that was linked to in post 6 that doesn't work: http://thepropden.aokforums.com/recently-found-anh-vader-vt2025.html

Also, I can see that the support forum doesn't abbreviate/shorten the links - is there a setting we can use on our forum that will do the same?
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phpBB Support Forum / PHPBB3 BBCode Help
« Last post by x2sln on March 10, 2018, 05:03:19 am »
Hi All,

Appologies if this is in the wrong area!

Ive trying to create an 'inline' in post event count down timer, ideally using BBcode so forum users can create countdown timers to certain events.

What i have so far pretty much works however some of the maths isn't quite right, and so while most dates show up correctly some don't and I'm at my wits end trying to work out where ive gone wrong! Can someone have a look and point me in the right direction - to be clear - the code I'm using is not my own.

Im on PHPBB 3.2.0

BBCode Usage
Code: [Select]
[event={NUMBER1}/{NUMBER2}/{NUMBER3}]{TEXT}[/event]
HTML Replacement
Code: [Select]
<script language="JavaScript">
// February has 29 days in any year evenly divisible by four, EXCEPT for centurial years which are not also divisible by 400.
function daysInFebruary (year) {
return (((year % 4 == 0) && ( (!(year % 100 == 0)) || (year % 400 == 0))) ? 29 : 28 );
}
var Eventtext = "<strong>{TEXT}</strong>" ;
var Future = new Date('{NUMBER1}/{NUMBER2}/{NUMBER3}');
var Today = new Date();
var daysinmonth = { 1:31, 2:(daysInFebruary(Today.getYear())), 3:31, 4:30, 5:31, 6:30, 7:31, 8:31, 9:30, 10:31, 11:30, 12:31 };
var F_Year = Future.getYear();
var F_Month = Future.getMonth();
var F_Day = Future.getDate();
var years = 0;
var months = 0;
var days = 0;

while( F_Year  != Today.getYear()  ) { if ( F_Year < Today.getYear() ) { F_Year++; years--; } else { F_Year--; years++; F_Month++;} }
while( F_Month != Today.getMonth() ) { if ( years < 0 ) { months = Today.getMonth()-F_Month; break;} else { if ( F_Month < Today.getMonth() ) { F_Month++; months--; } else { F_Month--; months++; } } }
while( F_Day   != Today.getDate()  ) { if ( years < 0 ) { days = Today.getDate()-F_Day; break;} else { if ( F_Day < Today.getDate() ) { F_Day++; days--; } else { F_Day--; days++; } } }

if ( years > 0 ) {
if ( days < 0 )   { days = daysinmonth[F_Month]-Math.abs(days-1); months--; }
if ( months < 0 ) { months = 12-Math.abs(months-1); years--; }
}

if ( !years && !months && !days ) { document.write(" Today is " + Eventtext); }
else if ( !years && !months && days == 1 ) { document.write(" Tomorrow is " + Eventtext); }
else if ( !years && !months && days == -1 ) { document.write(" Yesterday was " + Eventtext); }
else {
var word_year = ( Math.abs(years) == 1 ) ? " year, " : " years, ";
var word_month  = ( Math.abs(months) == 1) ? " month, " : " months, ";
var word_day = ( Math.abs(days) == 1 ) ? " day" : " days";
var word_elapsed= ( Future > Today ) ? " until " : " since ";
var Output  = (years != 0) ? Math.abs(years) + word_year: '' ;
Output += (months != 0) ? Math.abs(months) + word_month  : '' ;
Output += (days != 0) ? Math.abs(days) + word_day  : '' ;
document.write(Output + word_elapsed + Eventtext); }
</script>

Help Line
Code: [Select]
[event=DATE]NAME THE EVENT[/event] Example : [event=2008/09/22]Next workday[/event]
testing this on todays date on my forum (Todays date been: 2018/03/10: YYYY/MM/DD) i get the following results (ive shown the event code infront of each for ease)

Code: [Select]
[event=2018/03/09][/event] Produces: Yesterday  - correct
Code: [Select]
[event=2018/03/10][/event] Produces: Today  - correct
Code: [Select]
[event=2018/03/11][/event] Produces: Tomorrow  - correct
Code: [Select]
[event=2019/03/09][/event] Produces: 1 year, 26 days - wrong
Code: [Select]
[event=2019/03/10][/event] Produces: 1 year, 1 month,  - 1 month out
Code: [Select]
[event=2019/03/11][/event] Produces: 1 year, 1 month, 1 day  - 1 month out

As you can see some dates work perfectly some don't - any help would be gratefully received



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phpBB Support Forum / Re: AOK Forum - The Prop Den
« Last post by NoHumorMan on July 19, 2017, 04:25:04 am »
Just a question: when uploading images using the forum based image hosting system, can it be done so that the picture shows up in the post instead of having to click on an attachment link to view it?
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