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zombietom 14 Apr 2009 13:40

thanks for the update

zombietom 14 Apr 2009 14:41

I get a Invalid File Specified when trying to add the eggblock ..do i need to select overwrite?

hambil 14 Apr 2009 15:01

eggblock.xml is installed via the vBadvanced upload/download module system, not vBulletin's product/plugin system.

zombietom 14 Apr 2009 15:19

I get this "You already have a file called vba_eggavatar.php in your modules folder" ...should i overwrite?

hambil 14 Apr 2009 17:03


Originally Posted by zombietom (Post 1791048)
I get this "You already have a file called vba_eggavatar.php in your modules folder" ...should i overwrite?


hambil 14 Apr 2009 17:06

Nothing changed, just fixing the zip file.

Megatr0n 14 Apr 2009 17:13

Hambil, you missed my post. :)

hambil 14 Apr 2009 18:22


Originally Posted by Megatr0n (Post 1791119)
Hambil, you missed my post. :)

I'll answer you in PM.

sunnylikbeckham 14 Apr 2009 20:17

i cant found any option to egg

slyreptile 15 Apr 2009 15:34

This fixed my issue! Thanks hoof!


Originally Posted by hoof (Post 1788856)
I was having an issue with the pop up as well and fixed it to my liking. I thought I'd share for those having the same problem :)

Here's what I changed:

Go to adminCP>style manager> and find the "eggav_bit" template
Replace contents with:

Block Disabled:      (Update License Status)  
Suspended or Unlicensed Members Cannot View Code.

Now everything displays in the first container with a simple separation on the cleaning section.
Hope this helps, and I hope you don't mind me posting this hambil.
My community loves this modification :)

YLP1 20 Apr 2009 18:50


Originally Posted by hIBEES (Post 1788550)
LOL!!! I'm now gettin, when tryin to clean one, when clearly its not.

Just upgraded to 2.3.2


Originally Posted by UncoderMom (Post 1788607)
I am logged in. ITs my avatar. LOL been logged in on and off all day and they are still there. Also getting the "This avatar is already clean." notice when I try and clean it. Its dirty but says its clean. Same eggs from early today.

Other users are having issues with cleaning them too, I try and it gives me the same thing it gives them. BUT if I throw something fresh at them and then throw a towel the avatar gets cleaned. weird.

Also I noticed if you throw an egg and then quick reply you cant throw another egg until you refresh the page.

I am running vb 3.8 and installed the latest version of Egg and am having the exact issues posted above.

I am admin and I cannot clean avatars, members who have permission cannot clean their avatars. When I go to clean mine, the popup is empty. When I go to clean a member's avatar it tells me the avatar is already clean.

Is there a fix that I missed for this?

hambil 20 Apr 2009 19:05

I will look into the cleaning problem and get a fix out as soon as I finish a paid project I am working on. Hopefully very soon.

Saviour 21 Apr 2009 13:11


Now that most of us have this working...

You may want to start working on the coding of this mod and clean it up a little...since it doesn't meet W3C's XHTML compliancy.

I know, I know...why if it works? Right?

Well...most of us like to keep our site's clean...and having bad code doesn't help when it comes to SEO.

Just a thought...

hambil 21 Apr 2009 14:57

Your are talking about the popup box and the WOL, I assume, since XHTML only deals with HTML/XML and those are the only parts of the mod that display that kind out output?

Saviour 21 Apr 2009 15:53

Well...the issue was happening in the postbit...so, I had to go into the Plugin Manager and edit the postbit plugin where you were referring to the users and etc., with code such as the following: &u=

XHTML doesn't like this...so wherever you were calling on these...I just substituted the above with: &u=

All is good now...and everything still seems to be working.

Just a 'heads up'...

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