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Old 06-05-2010, 07:20 PM
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Default Cyb Chatbox In Footer

I am having a problem with the Cyb-Chatbox when I put it in the footer of vB. It works fine all other pages except Photoplog.

When it loads in Photoplog it loads all the HTML but none of the actual functionality. I have attached two screenshots to show the difference.

Any ideas? I tried adding it to the global variables in photoplog too.

I figured I'd post the question here since the mod works fine on every other page of the forum. I have also asked in the chatbox mod thread on too though.
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Old 06-06-2010, 05:28 PM
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Not familiar with that add-on, so two probabilities are either 1) the correct variable(s) were not added to the PhotoPlog ACP Global Variables box or 2) the chat add-on sets its variables after PhotoPlog sets its variables, so that the chat add-on variables would be blank, meaning no chat on screen. You can try using the PhotoPlog ACP Global Variables box and editing the hell_blank template, adding in whatever you need to for the chat add-on, but other than that, not sure what to suggest as I'm not familiar with that add-on.
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