MrMuppet

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  1. Hello Freqman, Welcome to TeamMuppet. Please feel free to browse around and get to know others. If you have any questions please don't hesitate to ask. Freqman joined on the 06/30/2017. View Member
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  9. Do you want this completely removing and another adding?
  10. Correct, the main site database access to open source freeware software is a no no, hackers paradise, I'm glad you appreciate the consequences of doing so! How is the chat coming along? I'm not seeing much in the way of change or usage to be honest. I did install and try three other versions, Aerial chat, Ajax chat and phpopenchat if you think any of these would be better, these and the current chat are installed into separate databases to the site so access to these can be granted as they pose no security risk to our site.
  11. Just drag it down in the menu manager to the position you want and save via the acp.
  12. Menu tab done, password emailed.
  13. Eagle pm'd me on the 9th of May which was the day we left for Marbella, we returned home, had one day off and then returned to work on 12hr nights until Wednesday morning, we installed a chat on Friday after your pm. Nobody requires access to this sites database to run a chat room, the chat installed is a standalone and separate to this site using its own database as .eu is locked, if someone wishes to have the api key for the chat then they can have that but this is not going to be linked to the .eu database for security reasons, end of. So back to my question, what actually is wrong with this and what improvements are needed?
  14. Not at this moment in time. As said to Charlie, I reviewed the chat room access at its closure and it only average one person when in use so my time+effort over gain is minimal. I have considered the plus version for IPB integration but even at only $35 unless I see some usage then I'm not wasting any more money on resources that are just not used, so if someone wishes to purchase this and send me the software then I will get it installed by next weekend. There seems to be a consensus that when something needs doing I have to complete this immediately, frustratingly when ever I ask for something simple such as "have you tested the server for the event" or "can you check this on the forums" them people don't spend five minutes of their time in doing so but I'm expected to spend hours trolling sites for chat software, installing, testing and removing until I find something half decent. So, what actually is wrong with this and what improvements are needed?