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User Administration - 9

Questions related to 9´s Admin Password Reset, Administrators, Blacklists, Members, Migration Tool, User Groups and User logs
93 posts | Last Activity on 10-11-2019 06:35 by Grimloch
Grimloch
Grimloch 10-11-2019 06:35, 1 month ago
Re: user group icon - how to I couldn't start a new thread so I'll try this:

The old 7.02.07 style of coding for user groups doesn't work in 9.03 and I need to be able to select a user group which on 9.03 falls under DefaultGroups. My form field needs to be able to select public or member or administrator. I don't understand why 9.03 user groups are the way they are. I can code the field to show the ONE user group that I've created but not the DefaultGroups. Help appreciated.
RobiNN
RobiNN 11-08-2019 11:27, 4 months ago
Re: "Not activated user" is a dead link Andromeda 9.03.10 and Babylon already have function to activate unactivated users.
Chan
Chan 11-08-2019 10:44, 4 months ago
Re: "Not activated user" is a dead link We have settled and closed this issue on Babylon. But Babylon is far from done. https://github.com/php-fusion/PHP-Fusion/projects/2
Grimloch
Grimloch 11-08-2019 05:20, 4 months ago
Re: "Not activated user" is a dead link Also when clicking user admin in the admin panel an unactivated user does not show up. There is no button or field to activate a new user. I hope there has been some work on this issue; very annoying.
Falk
Falk 28-06-2019 02:40, 5 months ago
Re: How to activate new member? like
daimonbok1
daimonbok1 26-06-2019 10:54, 5 months ago
Re: How to activate new member? Falk, finally found it after switching admins theme to Venus, and clicking "Reinstate". That set the users up as activated.
Falk
Falk 26-06-2019 03:00, 5 months ago
Re: How to activate new member? If they are unverified, it is not possible today. But unactivated / banned can be reinstated.
In the Dev plan for next rev. we have these issues addressed.
daimonbok1
daimonbok1 25-06-2019 20:31, 6 months ago
Re: How to activate new member? I'm having the aboutsmae problem and can't even find the reinstate button..I need to fix this ASAP. Any idea where to look???
Falk
Falk 07-05-2019 22:26, 7 months ago
Re: "Not activated user" is a dead link Issue has been registered : https://github.com/php-fusion/PHP-Fusion/issues/2215
iceman50
iceman50 07-05-2019 21:08, 7 months ago
Re: "Not activated user" is a dead link When I click on "Not activated user" on the frontpage it takes me to a 404.
I think it is in the panel "Online users"
ikandi
ikandi 01-03-2019 19:49, 9 months ago
Re: Authenticating new/unregistered users That's a good idea. I do manually check, and of course there is a notification for unactivated users, but that hasn't been working for some time.
Falk
Falk 01-03-2019 19:41, 9 months ago
Re: Authenticating new/unregistered users I guess we can add a Roadmap item to allow Admin to view these tables, but the general idea is that they shall be handled and removed by Cron if not validated within XX Hours.
Here it is : https://github.com/php-fusion/PHP-Fus...ssues/2199
ikandi
ikandi 27-02-2019 20:41, 9 months ago
Re: Authenticating new/unregistered users Yes, manually. I get a lot of spammy registrations, particularly from the mail. ru domain, so I probably need to filter them out.
Chan
Chan 27-02-2019 08:56, 9 months ago
Re: Authenticating new/unregistered users What do you want to do? Manually authenticate them ?
ikandi
ikandi 27-02-2019 00:54, 9 months ago
Re: Authenticating new/unregistered users Hi all,
I have noticed some issues with users not being able to be registered.
The registration process works fine, it is doing what it's supposed to, but all unregistered users get placed into the New Users table (mySQL) with a date stamp of 4294967295.
It looks like a default timestamp, but it certainly doesn't look like a current Unix timestamp, say 1151200500, or something close to.
Therefore under the PHP9 Admin, no users are viewed as being able to be registered.
Some assistance would be most grateful.
Thanks.
iceman50
iceman50 05-01-2019 20:52, 11 months ago
Re: How to activate new member?

ikandi wrote:

@ikandi
- Reinstate User is also in the English locale.


then I would suggest to update that text into something more user friendly wink
ikandi
ikandi 08-12-2018 20:58, 1 year ago
Re: How to activate new member? Reinstate User is also in the English locale.
helmuth
helmuth 08-12-2018 10:04, 1 year ago
Re: How to activate new member? Thanx for the finding - updated locales will shortly be available at GitHub :-)
iceman50
iceman50 08-12-2018 08:49, 1 year ago
Re: How to activate new member? I found the cause for the error smile

It is probably in the locale. The Danish button is translated into "Reinstate user" and I was looking for a button named "activate User".
So problem fixed.
Falk
Falk 04-12-2018 04:38, 1 year ago
Re: How to activate new member? Enable the filter in user management
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