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Announcing CMS Made Simple 1.6.6 - Bonde
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Author:  calguy1000 [ Sat Oct 03, 2009 6:27 pm ]
Post subject:  Announcing CMS Made Simple 1.6.6 - Bonde

This is primarily a bugfix release again… trimming off of the issues that our users have encountered, particularly those related to those using pretty urls which append a / to all the urls (I still don’t know why people do this…. why not use .php or .html for extensions, I dunno).

Additionally, we think we’ve solved once and for all an issue that caused the imagemanager to redirect back to the admin login form… and why some people had problems getting the wysiwyg editor to work. it was related to their hosts not having session.use_cookies enabled. This is not a recommended setting, and although we’ve added in some code to let this work in the short term, we will not be supporting it in future versions of CMSMS. So please everybody, make sure your hosts turn this on.

Below is the full list of changes. Enjoy

Version 1.6.6 – Bonde
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– #3777 Documentation Error: redirect_url plugin
– #3923 Adminlog download, tab separator single quoted
– #3926 Little typo in stylesheet.
– #3935 Validation error in stylesheet ‘Accessibility and cross-browser tools’
– #4002 menu parameter start_level=’2′ don’t show results.
– #4068 Admin Log, update “HTML Blob” to “Global Content Block”
– #4118 die() with blank page
– Fix problem with showinmenu for separators.
– Fix error pages being able to be set inactive in listcontent.
– Fix error in permissions checking for copying content.
– Fixes issues with the PDF output only working of the pdf flag was turned OFF
– Submit is not taken on forms, when .htaccess is used and page_extension = ”.
*** FIXES RELATED TO session.use_cookies == off ****
NOTE: This is not a recommended setting, and future versions of CMSMS will not in any way
support this setting. Please contact your hosts to ensure that this setting is enabled
properly.
– This issue has probably been the cause of many tinyMCE issues in the past.
– The install and upgrade routines will fail if this setting is off
– The install and upgrade routines now explicitly check for this setting.
– TinyMCE 2.2.5 now supports session.use_cookies == off (for now)
– ImageManager no longer displays the login screen with session.use_cookies == off

Author:  geeves [ Sun Oct 04, 2009 3:46 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Announcing CMS Made Simple 1.6.6 - Bonde

Thanks for this update.

This has fixed all my issues :)

Author:  SimonSchaufi [ Sun Oct 18, 2009 10:05 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Announcing CMS Made Simple 1.6.6 - Bonde

Am I the only one who gets a warning message here?

Warning: get_class() expects parameter 1 to be object, string given in C:\xampp\htdocs\cmsmadesimple166\admin\editcontent.php on line 165

Using PHP 5.3.0

Author:  JeremyBASS [ Sun Oct 18, 2009 10:17 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Announcing CMS Made Simple 1.6.6 - Bonde

I think I have one of my servers set with 5.3 (most are 5.2.x) I'll check but IIRC it was fine...

Author:  replytomk3 [ Sun Oct 18, 2009 10:31 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Announcing CMS Made Simple 1.6.6 - Bonde

Much appreciated

Author:  baresi [ Sun Oct 18, 2009 11:01 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Announcing CMS Made Simple 1.6.6 - Bonde

Isn't 5.3 support only coming at 1.7?

Author:  JeremyBASS [ Sun Oct 18, 2009 11:18 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Announcing CMS Made Simple 1.6.6 - Bonde

baresi \baresi:
Isn't 5.3 support only coming at 1.7?


I think you almost right... no 1.7 IIRC just 2.0 is next.... but I just checked my server with 5.3... just test scripts no cmsms install... sorry guess I was recalling in error there... :D

Author:  michi1979 [ Tue Oct 20, 2009 8:14 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Announcing CMS Made Simple 1.6.6 - Bonde

Hello,
i've updatet 2 sites from version 1.5.3 to version 1.6.6 and everything works fine.

Thank you very much for the great work.

Michael

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