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    Question Adding a post to news module error

    Getting this. Any ideas?

    We're sorry, but since you are adding a new page and this page has not yet been created, the threads cannot be saved properly. Please go back and save the page you were creating first. You will then you will be able to pick specific threads once you go back to edit the page.

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    Default Re: Adding a post to news module error

    getting the same error message please help.

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    Default Re: Adding a post to news module error

    same here...

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    Default Re: Adding a post to news module error

    ok i found a workaround.. if you go to EDIT PAGES then EDIT your HOMEPAGE you can go down to the news section and EDIT THREADS from there and it works.

    going right to edit the news module gives me the error.

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    Default Re: Adding a post to news module error

    You're receiving that error when trying to edit threads for a module while adding a new page, right? If so, then you need to do exactly as the message says and save the page before trying to edit the threads.

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    Default Re: Adding a post to news module error

    we are not trying to add a new page just edit a module

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    Default Re: Adding a post to news module error

    hey Brian, thanks for your response and all your work on vBadvanced.

    To clarify, I am not doing anything (such as creating pages, etc.) except going to add a thread to the news module.

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    Default Re: Adding a post to news module error

    Ahh, thanks for the clarification. Looks like I inadvertently created a new bug while correcting a different one. I've just applied the fix to the download package here though, so if you will download the files again and upload the forum/admincp/vba_cmps_admin.php file over your existing one, that should take care of the issue.

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    Default Re: Adding a post to news module error

    thank you very much...don't know what to do with out my news modules

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    Cheers brian!

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    Default Re: Adding a post to news module error

    I had this problem, drove me nuts for 1/2 a day! Now it's all good.. Fixed with re-uploading of the file from a freshly-downloaded archive..

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    Mudcrutch Have you solve problem or not?

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    Thank you so much, problem solved.

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