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Mod Version: 1.00, by Scott MacVicar (Member) Scott MacVicar is offline
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vB Version: 2.2.x Rating: (0 vote - 0 average) Installs: 9
Released: 04 Nov 2001 Last Update: Never Downloads: 1
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This generates a random password and sends it along with the activation email that users are sent. For this to work you must have verify email enabled. You obviously don't want to send a random password to an email which might not exist.

hack suggested by psico.

Note this is not as advanced as the one by bira, it simply sends a random password on register, it doesn't sent a random pass if they change email.

Last updated on 04th of November 2001 14:45GMT

now includes an option to turn the random password option on and off within the admin cpanel.

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Old 04 Nov 2001, 14:18
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Thanks PPN


GOOD updated
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Old 04 Nov 2001, 14:20
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another great hack by PPN
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Old 04 Nov 2001, 19:25
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yeah
nice hack
tx PPN
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Old 09 Nov 2001, 15:00
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Error

On installing all works fine, but an error is showing up on top of the registration page:

Parse error: parse error in /home/sites/home/web/forum/register.php(198) : eval()'d code on line 3


I Installed as per Instructions?

Any help?

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Old 09 Nov 2001, 16:43
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can you paste to me whats on that line, i can't seem to think what would cause that error.
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Old 09 Nov 2001, 17:04
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Its blank, nothing on there?
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Old 09 Nov 2001, 20:25
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the line above and below that then it will obviously be an eval function and i need to see what template and what the eval function parameters look like.
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Old 09 Nov 2001, 20:56
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Here is the error.

This is the begining of the register.php and also a pic of the error.

<?php
error_reporting(7);

$templatesused = "signupadult,signupverify,modifyoptions_maxposts,register_birthday,modifyoptions _styleset,register_stylecell,register_customfields,registeradult,registercoppa,e mail_newuser,emailsubject_newuser,email_activateaccount,emailsubject_activateacc ount,redirect_registerthanks";

require("./global.php");

if ((!isset($action) or $action=="") and (!isset($a) or $a=="")) {
$action="check";
}

if ($url==$HTTP_REFERER) {
$url=urlencode($url);
}

Thanks,

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Old 09 Nov 2001, 21:59
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nice hack gonna isntall this 1 when i get the chance
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Old 09 Nov 2001, 23:38
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line 198 please.

the line 3 is where the error is occuring on the code that is being evaluated.
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Old 10 Nov 2001, 00:01
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I wish I could show you line 198 but the php file stops at line 141.

?

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Old 14 Nov 2001, 17:50
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Re: Error

Originally posted by The Realist
On installing all works fine, but an error is showing up on top of the registration page:

Parse error: parse error in /home/sites/home/web/forum/register.php(198) : eval()'d code on line 3


I Installed as per Instructions?

Any help?

me too
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Old 14 Nov 2001, 21:47
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mail your register.php file to

[email protected]

both of you and i will check and sort the hack for you i don't understand whats wrong as it works fine on my test board.
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Old 15 Nov 2001, 00:09
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PPN,

I'm pretty sure emailing full vB files is prohibited by the license agreement.
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