We did that and it worked. Thanks a million.
I'm running a new install of NODEBB 0.4.3
Also the upload buttons don't work.
And I can't edit category titles! What's going on?
Are you getting any errors in your console when you attempt to save? Also, if you click on the title / description it should pop open an input box.
I wonder if you're running the latest version of the theme, but an older version of NodeBB. Are you on latest core too?
I followed this tutorial, and just installed on a cloud and a local server - same issue.
Nothing in the console, and no popups, no.
The theme is vanilla.
It's the latest core, yes.
what do you get when you run
git rev-parse HEAD?
git rev-parse HEAD
I don't know if it's related, by also can't seem to see the changes I've made to the templates anymore.
I'm using a copy of the vanilla theme and modifing it - I don't know if it's canon.
If you select the original vanilla theme, does the above problem get fixed?
@psychobunny But do you confirm that there actually isn't any problem with duplicating the vanilla theme and editing that?
I could see it being a problem if you duplicated an outdated version of the theme, and then forgot to update your
name field. The duplicated theme is completely up to date?
Where can I check that?
Make sure the theme's name matches the directory that you have it in. If it's set to
nodebb-theme-vanilla, I could see there being a problem
Still can't do anything. I have the same problem on this install http://184.108.40.206:4567/
Everything is default, all plugins are disabled (reset).
I forwarded the admin account codes to @julian
@Giorgio-Chiodi I also gave @julian access to my board. Let's hope he'll find a solution quickly
Jesus christ it just started working again on our local install. Just made another stop / restart.
It is still stuck on our other install, at http://220.127.116.11:4567/
I won't restart the engine, so you guys can take a look at it.
@julian I already tried that. No changes. I disabled them on my installation for you to further investigate.
@Giorgio-Chiodi That's interesting. I stopped/started my nodebb countless times.