Layout issue on home page after updating theme lavender

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    Make sure persona theme and core is latest too.

  • Zen mode issues

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    We're encountering a couple of issues with zen mode on our platform that I could reproduce with community.nodebb.org as well:

    Since latest Chrome update (Version 71.0.3578.98 (Official Build) (64-bit) and above)
    Zen mode button doesn't work anymore.
    It's working with Edge, Safari and Firefox though.
    Can you fix it or does Chromium/Chrome need to do it?

    When zen mode is activated then:

    clicking emoji button doesn't produce anything it's not possible to submit a topic or a post in zen mode
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    If a group is private and someone joins you have to approve them from not from the ACP but from the GROUP PAGE., i was looking for the approvement in the ACP.

    I've seen this requested before. Maybe we will get it in the future. šŸ˜ƒ šŸ™

  • issue when commenting

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    When I created my first reply comment and submitted, it showed up twice on the page through the AJAX call. It was fine after refreshing the page, so it didn't get submitted twice. It seems to be a bug in the return function. I opened the page from a submitted time link.

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    @nexed said:

    @Xiph

    Since there is currently no easy way to migrate over from redis to mongo... running the install on an existing installation is necessary to populate mongo (even just the administrative user)... So running setup is the only option to switch over at this point. Hence the problem and the reason I posted.

    Alright, but the fact remains that before running ./nodebb setup, npm install has to be run first. Because npm install makes sure all of the requirements are met, there is no reason to perform those same checks again in ./nodebb setup.

    Considering there is currently no "proper" way to switch between databases, you are right in saying that ./nodebb setup needs to be run to populate the database. However, it will not move over the already existing data, hence it would be easier to just install another copy of NodeBB with your new database settings in another folder and copy over the old node_modules folder from the previous installation afterwards. This should also solve the error you are having.