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Human Verification errors
by hexor
27 Dec 2009 09:57

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Hey guys,

Im having a problem with my Human verification options . whenever i select any of the human verifications(image,questionanswer ,recaptcha ..etc) and activate it, they never show up on the register page , the register page remains without displaying any of them .

Im running 3.8.4 and my style was the one i was using from my 3.74 version .

I cant understand what the problem is .

:( :( :(

Ive made sure that the register box is ticked in human verification options in vb options too

can it be a template error?

ChopSuey 27 Dec 2009 11:54

AdminCP > vBulletin Options (Twice) > Human Verified Actions

Check off the box beside register.

hexor 27 Dec 2009 12:10

Ive made sure that was ticked dude but thanks for helping me .. can it be a problem in the templates??

ChopSuey 27 Dec 2009 12:21

Settings not templates.

hexor 27 Dec 2009 12:56

Then Howcome it is not working ive made sure all setting are correct it just does not show up any of the human verifications .. wierd eh?

ChopSuey 27 Dec 2009 15:16

Well only thing would be settings :) If register is checked off then
AdminCP> vBulletin Options > Human Verified Options

Is set to OFF.......

Only two settings

Digital Jedi 28 Dec 2009 09:47

Quote:

Originally Posted by ChopSuey (Post 1939290)
AdminCP > vBulletin Options (Twice) > Human Verified Actions

Check off the box beside register.

The registration area is still displayed via templates.

Make sure you aren't using a modification that alters the look of the registration templates.

foroalfaromeo 31 Dec 2009 03:35

Check on the unregistered users usergroup. There is a configuration there that activates or deactivates human verification (something like: "requires human verification for configuration changes", sory, translating from spanish there) That should solve it, had that exact same problem and banged my head for hours until I found it.

Hope it helps!


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