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    Exclamation "Array" shown instead of birthdays in vB 3.7 RC3

    Just updated to 3.7.0 Release Candidate 3 and all that shows up is array Link

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    Default Re: Today's Birthdays not working

    Quote Originally Posted by drumbo View Post
    Just updated to 3.7.0 Release Candidate 3 and all that shows up is array Link
    same here, help :d

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    Default Re: Today's Birthdays not working

    It looks like vB changed the way they format birthdays in 3.7 RC3. I've updated the birthdays module in the download package here so that it can work with either formatting method, so if you will download the files from here again and upload the modules/birthdays.php file over your existing one, that should take care of the problem.

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    Default Re: "Array" shown instead of birthdays in vB 3.7 RC3

    Thanks man works great

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    Default Re: "Array" shown instead of birthdays in vB 3.7 RC3

    Sorry for my confusion, but should I download the entire package at the front page again, or is the module somewhere?

    Thanks.

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    Default Re: "Array" shown instead of birthdays in vB 3.7 RC3

    Yes, you need to download the entire package.

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    Default Re: Today's Birthdays not working

    Quote Originally Posted by Brian View Post
    It looks like vB changed the way they format birthdays in 3.7 RC3. I've updated the birthdays module in the download package here so that it can work with either formatting method, so if you will download the files from here again and upload the modules/birthdays.php file over your existing one, that should take care of the problem.
    i reuploaded all entire files to my server but it is given same ARRAY error. Im using vb 3.7.1

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    Default Re: "Array" shown instead of birthdays in vB 3.7 RC3

    Which version of the CMPS are you running? If you're running vB 3.7 then you should be running vBa CMPS v3.0.1.

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    Default Re: "Array" shown instead of birthdays in vB 3.7 RC3

    i was running 3.7.1 with v3.0.1 and had this problem. now i dont have any problem on forum main page but still have same prblem in cmps page




    by the way im still having problem with news module. i've asked many times and i've done everything but still cant view that module in cmps
    Last edited by trnntkrng; 06-02-2008 at 09:59 PM.

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    Default Re: "Array" shown instead of birthdays in vB 3.7 RC3

    Admin CP => vBa CMPS => Diagnostics - Does that link retun an errors?

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    Default Re: "Array" shown instead of birthdays in vB 3.7 RC3

    No, there are no errors

    Also using vBa3.0.1 on vB3.7.1

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    Default Re: "Array" shown instead of birthdays in vB 3.7 RC3

    There's nothing else I'm aware of that could cause a problem like that, but if you would like to submit a support ticket via the Members' Area here I'll be glad to take a look at things for you.

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