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  1. 5 points
    IPS a publié le 18 avril 2018 une nouvelle version de sa suite communautaire. Il s’agit d’une mise à jour de sécurité et il est recommandé à tous les clients de mettre à jour dès que possible. Changements clés Il s’agit d’une version de maintenance de la branche 4.2 pour résoudre des problèmes de sécurité. Comme IPS prépare la version 4.3, prochaine version importante, ils ont effectué un large audit de sécurité. IPS a décidé d’appliquer les améliorations de sécurité à la branche 4.2. Vous pouvez donc en bénéficier dès maintenant, si vous ne souhaitez pas passer à la branche 4.3 pour le moment. IPS souhaite remercier newbie LAC pour son aide. -------------------- Source : Release Notes
  2. 3 points
    La beta 2 est disponible https://invisioncommunity.com/release-notes/430-beta-2-r73/
  3. 2 points
    Hello, pour info et futur sujet: IPS 4.2.9 Idem 4.2.8: Sécurité Pour ceux qui ne souhaitent pas passer tout de suite à la 4.3 mais tout de même corriger des failles
  4. 2 points
    Il y a plusieurs endroits. Dans le PCA : Membres > Modérateurs > Journal des modérateurs > Paramètres de purge Membres > Administrateurs > Journal des connexions au PC Admin > Paramètres de purge Membres > Administrateurs > Journal des administrateurs > Paramètres de purge Mais à la vue de la taille de tes tables, je pense qu’il n’y a pas grand chose à faire, car les tables volumineuses sont la table des messages et l’index de recherche. Donc à moins de purger les vieux sujets, il n’y a pas de gain substantiel possible.
  5. 2 points
    Bonjour, pour commencer, il faudrait poster au bon endroit et effectivement indiquer la bonne version de ta communauté. Je déplace donc le sujet. Pour répondre un peu plus à ta question, il faudrait connaître la taille des différentes tables pour voir s’il y a des optimisations possibles. Tu peux déjà regarder du côté des journaux. Y-a-t’il une purge automatique de ces derniers ?
  6. 2 points
    Le problème avec les étiquettes et les préfixes est normalement enfin résolu sur IBF
  7. 2 points
    Ce n’était pas dispo, je viens de l’ajouter.
  8. 1 point
    Voici ce qui pourrait expliquer qu'il n'y a pas encore eu d'annonce officielle: Source: https://invisioncommunity.com/forums/topic/445021-43-auto-upgrade-not-working/?do=findComment&comment=2738913
  9. 1 point
    Le problème ne viendrait-il pas de ton navigateur ? Parce que sur IBF nous n’avons pas de problème avec les accents (hormis toi).
  10. 1 point
    Ce n'est pas une communication officielle telle que je l'attendais, mais j'ai trouvé ceci ==> 4.3.0 - Release Notes Un peu light Ah... ce post a été mis à jour: Invision Community 4.3
  11. 1 point
    La version finale semble disponible, même si aucune annonce officielle n’a été faite pour le moment. Comme d’habitude, il est conseillé d’attendre un peu et de laisser les autres essuyer les plâtres. D’autant plus que la traduction n’est pas du tout prête : il reste environ 2700 chaînes à traduire, sur les 3225 initiales.
  12. 1 point
    Ça marche en ajoutant du code car le code existant ne suffisait apparemment pas. Par contre, la réindexation a pris de très nombreuses heures compte tenu que les premiers messages dataient de... 2003. En tout cas, merci aux appuis techniques ici, ça m'a bien aidé à débroussailler. Sur certains mot de 3 lettres, j'ai plus de 1200 occurrences... C'est vous dire si c'est utile.
  13. 1 point
    Manque les '' $INFO['sql_utf8mb4'] = 'true';
  14. 1 point
    Ou a supprimer le code via l'édition du thème. Cela se trouve dans le modèle "updateWarning" Mais perso, je ne le ferais pas
  15. 1 point
    Bonjour, non, un coffre fort numérique offre un environnement sécurisé et une traçabilité bien meilleurs que ton serveur web mutualisé.
  16. 1 point
    Bonjour, il n’y a pas moyen de le faire disparaitre, sauf à effectuer la mise à jour. Ce bandeau est visible uniquement des administrateurs.
  17. 1 point
    j'ai pas voulu dire tu la ajouté j'avais quand même un doute
  18. 1 point
    Cela a l'air d'être le cas vu la capture précédente mais... tu as bien un dossier datastore à la racine de ton site ? (chmod 755)
  19. 1 point
    C’est pourtant assez simple de faire un changement de masse. Pour les dossiers, tu sélectionnes tous les dossiers qui sont à la racine. Tu indiques chmod 755, tu coches « récursion dans les sous-dossiers » puis « appliquer uniquement aux dossiers ». Pour les fichiers, tu sélectionnes tout ce qui se trouve à la racine (fichiers et dossiers). Tu indiques chmod 644, tu coches « récursion dans les sous-dossiers » puis « appliquer uniquement aux fichiers ». Ne pas oublier que le fichier conf_global.php doit avoir un chmod à 444.
  20. 1 point
    Bonjour, le réglage du chmod est de ton ressort, éventuellement avec l’aide de ton hébergeur. Je n’ai pas vérifié le chmod sur notre installation de test, car c’est un peu spécifique à chaque hébergeur. De plus en ce qui me concerne, je suis passé par le système de mise à jour intégré, je n’ai donc pas uploadé moi-même les fichiers.
  21. 1 point
    Merci @cybero Je ne l’avais pas encore vu.
  22. 1 point
    Ce qui suit implique à mon avis trop de droits pour être applicable sur du mutualisé basique (variable système), à voir selon les droits que tu as avec ton hébergement Sinon se rapprocher de ton hébergeur pour demander si la modif est possible (Je pense que modifier ce paramètre implique plus de ressources pour indexer... peut-être pas dispo selon l'offre) Bref ! De ce que j'ai lu cela se configure dans le fichier my.cnf et ajouter le paramétrage suivant (Pour MyIsam) [mysqld] ft_min_word_len = 3 Il faut ensuite redémarrer le service et mysql ET lancer une réindexation
  23. 1 point
    Je ne pense pas qu' IPS soit responsable pour le coup (à moins que tu ne sois hébergé chez eux) Suite réflexions et recherches sur ce sujet La doc MySQL indique (ici) qu'une variable sert pour ce genre de choses (En fait 2... selon le fait que tu utilises MyIsam ou InnoDB) De mon côté j'ai les valeurs suivantes (Interrogation via la boite à outils Mysql de PCAdmin par exemple) Je t'invite à vérifier la valeur de ces variables pour ton hébergement Comme indiqué plus haut, la valeur par défaut est 4...
  24. 1 point
    Oui probablement à l'offre ''performance'' Mais dans mon offre pro je possède aussi 3x400Mo de disponible du coup techniquement ils peuvent les fusionner avec ma base de 2Go. MAIS voudront-ils le faire? Comme je leur est dit, cela serait bien que cela soit au moins pour un essai comme cela si ça fonctionne je valide l'offre performance.
  25. 1 point
    Ah super, merci beaucoup ! C'est parfois pénible ces changements...
  26. 1 point
    Non, avant c’était Mandriva en ce qui me concerne. Bien sûr j’ai des VM pour suivre les évolutions de plusieurs distributions, dont Fedora.
  27. 1 point
    La question était "souvent" posée autrefois, ici-même il me semble. Je ne me souviens pas de comment le problème s'est résolu en fait, si c'est moi qui aie fait une manip ou si ce sont les développeurs du forum qui ont fait quelque chose. Ca date...
  28. 1 point
    Bonjour, Je viens de publier une mise à jour de nos traductions des applications Forums 4.2.x (qui inclut la traduction de l’application System qui est le cœur de la suite communautaire), Blog 4.2.x (qui inclut la traduction de l’application System qui est le cœur de la suite communautaire), Commerce 4.2.x (qui inclut la traduction de l’application System qui est le cœur de la suite communautaire), Dowloads 4.2.x (qui inclut la traduction de l’application System qui est le cœur de la suite communautaire), Gallery 4.2.x (qui inclut la traduction de l’application System qui est le cœur de la suite communautaire) et Pages 4.2.x (qui inclut la traduction de l’application System qui est le cœur de la suite communautaire). Elles incluent des corrections et des améliorations de nos traductions, la prise en compte des chaînes modifiées entre les versions 4.2.5 et 4.2.6 et la traduction des nouvelles chaînes introduites entre ces deux mêmes versions. Vous pouvez aussi récupérer la totalité de ces traductions en une seule fois grâce à notre traduction Community Suite 4.2.x. Les traductions des applications Calendar et Converter n’avaient pas besoin de mise à jour. N’oubliez pas que notre tracker est là pour signaler les éventuelles erreurs.
  29. 1 point
    Bonjour, les versions 3.6 et 3.8 n’ont jamais existé. Nous sommes passés de la version 3.4.9 à la 4.0. Il est bien possible que ce soit un problème d’espace libre, si la conversion de la base est effectuée durant la mise à jour. En effet, la conversion passe par des tables temporaires. Et comme le nouveau format est plus gourmand en espace disque que l’ancien, le problème se situe peut-être ici. Il faudrait tester la mise à jour sur un système sans limitation de taille pour la base de données.
  30. 1 point
    Pas mal. Surtout Bancontact pour la Belgique. A voir à l'utilisation si ça nécessitera un compte professionnel (donc avec frais) ou si compte privé (sans frais) peut suffire.
  31. 0 point
    par contre dans ton profil tu dis être en version 4.x et tu utilises les étiquettes 3.x qui sont largement obsolètes, quelle est ta version en production ?
  32. 0 point
    et dans toutes les offres de skins clés en main tu n'as pas trouvé ton bonheur ?
  33. 0 point
    dommage que ta un soucie avec le bonjour ^ heu le sujet date du January 1 2018 et vue ce que je voie ici https://invisioncommunity.com/4bugtrack/alpha-and-beta-reports je pense on aura le droit à bêta 4
  34. 0 point
    La version final est presque disponible https://invisioncommunity.com/news/product-updates/invision-community-43-r1055/
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  36. 0 point
    Invision Community has been going strong for over sixteen years now. Many of those who work for us were customers first before they signed away their souls and became staff. This month, we part the mists of time and ask: How did you first come across Invision Community? Andy (Developer and man of mystery) Way back in 1998 I was involved with an online investment club in the UK (of course you were - Editor) and we set up a directory of national share clubs with a threaded “bulletin board”. This was based on a freely available perl script (as everything was back then (did they claim it would always be free? - Editor)) but it just wasn’t up to the job. This was my first exposure to writing web based software as I started customising it for our needs. Soon after, we switched to UBB which moved away from messy layouts and to a more structured forum, topic, post experience. With the release in 2004 of Invision Community 1.3 we switched again and I’ve been working with Invision Community software ever since (and you had such a promising life planned out - Editor). Around the same time the investment club moved to Invision Community, I also started up two other sites, one for modified cars which was an extremely popular niche at the time and one for my home town of Bedlington which is still running to this date. When developing for Invision Community I find it very useful to have that historical experience and real world insight. A lot of my input when we discuss new features as a team comes as a direct result of this first hand experience. I was part of this Investment Club when I was younger Marc (Support and fan of bouncy castles) My first real experience trying to set up forums/communities for myself was somewhere around 2000 (lol slow down grandpa - Editor). Me and a few friends used to host gaming servers for Return to Castle Wolfenstein, and wanted something for storing stats on, so I set up UBB which I remember thinking was really cool at the time. I never really did much with it other than setting it up for people to use, and remember at the time backing things up on a 1mb hard drive (can't even fit a picture on that these days (need a push on that rocking chair? - Editor)). Over the years, I ran a few more sites and the software at some point became vBulletin (cant recall when, but just seemed to happen) which I ran through version 2 and late into version 3. At that point I was starting to add things for myself, usually learning from other peoples "FIND abc, AFTER ADD, xyz" which is how we all used to add our own modifications at the time. The thought of an upgrade at the time, I know used to make me cringe. At some point during vBulletin 4 release, I was becoming a little disillusioned with the whole community software scene in general (other disappointing platforms are available - Editor), and hadn't really used Invision Community before, but ended up using that for a site for my wife. I was using Invision Community more and more. Purely because it was the site that was most active at the time. This led me to becoming very interested in the new Invision Community 4 release, and was becoming a bit of an social addict on the alpha forum that was released, helping out people who weren't sure of things, and generally asking questions. It was around this point I was asked to join the team here at Invision. And you guys have had to put up with me ever since! My sincere apologies for that. (apology accepted - Editor) This has nothing to do with Castle Wolfenstein but it's late and I need this blog entry done Mark H (Support and keeper of Dropbox) The internet was in its infancy in 1985 (and there goes 80% of our readers - Editor), and I was using BBS's on a dial-up 1200 baud modem. In 1986 I took over a BBS from a friend, running it on a 2400 baud modem and single phone line. It was just a few years later that I got my first look at the real "Internet", using Netscape and now a 9600 baud modem (we just lost another 10% - Editor). At some point I discovered online communities, then only "Forums" with perhaps photo gallery software similar to Coppermine. My focus was gaming at the time, so I gravitated to forums for such things as (like Marc) Castle Wolfenstein, Doom, Quake, and the first RPG-type text-based games. I also joined a number of MUD's (multiplayer real time worlds - Editor), and am a (now retired) staff member of the MUD, Ancient Anguish. I've seen the progression of technology and software which, today, we take for granted. But back then if someone had told me where we would be today, (oh boy, here we go - Editor) I'd have been...... skeptical. Over the years, I've used a verity of "forum software" but well over a decade ago started using Invision Community version 1.3a. Today I am a partner with another person running a site using Invision Community software, and it's the highest-ranking result at Google for its (admittedly niche) speciality. Since I was using Invision Community, having purchased it at version 2.3, and given that background, it seemed a natural progression to join Invision Community as an employee when the opportunity arose, and I have never looked back! (must be dangerous when reversing - Editor) Actual footage of Mark listening to an internet podcast back in 1985 Jennifer (Designer and sock fanatic) Communities, for me, started on AOL. The chat rooms was where I started. I evolved to javascript chat rooms later and eventually into Neopets clubs followed by a community software called Avidgamers and eventually stumbled across InvisionFree forums. It was while I was adventuring through Avidgamers that I discovered an art type called "pixel" art which truly explains my passion. I was personally never good at it but I found a community called "Eden Enchanted" where all these really awesome pixel artists were. So I started to develop my own Pixel art community (because back then I thought I might eventually get good at it so I should admin). I started on the free community software of "SMF" but envied the ease of use and the beauty of Invision Community (which this awesome pixel community used (they have outstanding taste - Editor)). After what felt like forever, which mind you was really only like 2-3 months, I bit the bullet and purchased an Invision Community license. I wanted this gorgeous piece of software and I couldn't live with the second rate free stuff anymore (there's our new advert slogan - Editor). So I bought Invision Community 2.3 and delved in (this was back in 2007). I really haven't looked back since. I've been developing skins since I got it and I've made a few mods/applications on it back in the 3.0 days. I've owned and ran many communities, and roleplays, on Invision Community since. My current community, which has officially been running on Invision Community since December 2013, was transferred from InvisionFree (not my choice but god were we happy when we left). Ah the memories. Terrible, terrible memories Brandon (Developer and XP log in screen enthusiast) Back in roughly 2004-ish I got into customizing Windows XP (specifically I created custom login screens (this was actually a thing? - Editor) but knew a lot of people who did the full alternative to Windows Blinds by hacking dlls) and eventually opened a site to host my work and to allow others to share theirs: bfarber.com. I used Invision Community v1.3 which was free at the time (2.0 was just getting into beta testing as I recall) and needed a file manager to share my work and to allow others to do the same. I downloaded a free file manager by a modder named 'parkeet' and after installing it on my site (which required those good ole "find X and replace with Y" PHP file modifications) I found that it was lacking in a few areas, so I set out to customize it. From this desire I taught myself PHP (I was already familiar with HTML, CSS and javascript) and learned how to modify the modification. Eventually, the original author left the mod scene (this was back in the ibmods days for those of you who have been here a while (I have - Editor)) and turned the work over to me. I was hired by IPS back around 2006 and shortly after I came on board I built a new Downloads manager from the ground up as a core offering for the company (Now I know who to assign all Download tickets to - Editor). While I don't run my own site anymore (especially a third party hack site for Windows XP), I do have fond memories of my roots. This was both my start with web development (beyond building a few static HTML pages in the early days of the web) as well as my start with forums specifically. Never used this, apparently it was OK Stuart (Developer and owner of large computers) My story is rather similar to the other ones here (selling this story from the off - Editor). My story starts around 2000 when I started a car club with my brother, being the technical one, one of the first things to do was to set up a forum. We started with Ikonboard (imagine Perl & flat-file databases etc), we swiftly followed Matt over to his new PHP-based project "Invision Power Board" (pretty sure the restraining order prohibited that - Editor). With the introduction of the new licensing structure unfortunately with being very low budget we had to then move over to WBB (er... - Editor). Soon after we moved back to Invision Community (It was the best and totally worth it! (I made him say that - Editor)) and I started to get interested with PHP (up to this point, I had only really used HTML/CSS) and learning how to make some changes that we needed for working with 'members' and tying our website in with our community. -- A really simple SSO type approach where the main website would show the user that's logged in and save data they submit, such as a tech spec and images of their vehicles. That community is still using Invision Community and in the meantime I've also converted (and run) some other car club communities that I've been involved in over the years. From there, I was asked to start writing SSO (single sign on, you're welcome- Editor) integrations in early 2014 for Invision Community and soon after became a full member of staff. I still run a number of communities to this day which gives great insight into how end users interact with the software and generally what their feelings of the platform is. Quite often, I'll deploy Alphas to these communities to gather feedback. Oh, he said Car Club... Jim (Support and his name is a bit like the lead singer from The Doors) The first community I really heavily participated in was around 2003. Being a nerd and liking wrestling at the time (Ultimate Warrior FTW- Editor), I joined a wrestling forum that ran a very beginning version of IPB. A lot of time was spent on this website and after becoming a moderator, I really feel in love with IPB. A sub-forum on this community that was pretty active was around graphic design. Feedback/showcases and competitions with the main point of focus around the wrestling world. This really took my interest and while my interest in wrestling kind of faded, graphic design led to the next step in my life and naturally joining graphic design communities. After being a part of quite a few graphic design forums (that were ran quite badly (honesty is always good - Editor)) came time for me to try my hand at this. Being technically inclined, I thought I could run a better show. We started out on PHPBB due to cost but after some frustrating moments, I persuaded the move to Invision Community. Come sometime around 2008 or 2009 and my new passion around cars had reached its peak, I came back onto the forum scene. In 2010, my favorite brand had become defunct so I decided to open a community dedicated to keeping its memory alive. First and only choice was to come back to Invision Community! (Believe early version 3 at the time) This community is still alive and I still have a lot of fun with it! I've been waiting months to post this GIF Rhett (Hosting and boasting) My time on forums started in the late 90's, with a few motorcycle and photography forums I visited often. During the years as time progressed some of these went astray from what the core members wanted, so I started a few of my own Motorcycle forums with the core members following, that lead to other online communities such as Android (is that the cheap iOS knockoff? - Editor) in the late 2000's, and a few other communities. In about 08-09 I had enough of the main platform we were using and made the move to Invision Community (a man of fine taste - Editor). I started digging in, converting all the sites to Invision and haven't looked back (seriously, how do you guys get out of parking spots? - Editor). It's a great product, a great team, that I'm proud to be a small part of. Instagram in the 80s Daniel (Developer and owner of a shop and spa in Arendelle) My Journey started 2003 at an Austrian electronical music forum which was also written in perl. After years where I was only a member, the owner lost interest and a handful of people(incl. myself) took it over (hopefully you asked nicely first - Editor), but we realized that perl was such a pain to work with (I could have told you that - Editor), so we restarted the whole project with phpBB. This was also the time, where I got really interested into coding and customizing stuff. After a long journey from phpBB, to vBulletin(2006), and others, I landed finally here (the best one of course (someone's getting a bonus - Editor)) The forum doesn't exist anymore , I blame facebook and all the european laws, but TBH, I'm just too busy to run one 😁 Probably not Daniel Those are our stories, but we'd love to hear about your first experiences with Invision Community. Let us know below! Lire l’article complet
  37. 0 point
    Il n 'y a que 2 possibilités selon moi vu le message d'erreur affiché : Les fichiers n'ont pas été uploadés correctement et sont donc absents du serveur Soit tu as un problème de permissions (cfr CHMOD)
  38. 0 point
    ** Question bête ** Comment as-tu procédé à l'upload des fichiers ? Si par Filezilla (par exemple), tu n'as pas eu d'échec d'upload ou messages d'erreurs etc ?
  39. 0 point
    http://jc.etiemble.free.fr/abc/index.php/realisations/trucs-astuces/chmod-filezilla
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