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I have these issues, the first image is because when I try to make a long thread.

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The second one is when I try to make a large reply.

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And the third one is when I try to edit a post or and make it longer.

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If you need a test account please tell me, the url of the site is http://promotionpeak.net/index.php and also, if you need my server error logs please tell me. Smile

-Mod Security is not in effect.
Sounds like you may have the ownership of the files set incorrectly.

If you login via FTP, or vie SSH, what are the files CHMOD values?

Also going to ACP >> Tools and Maintenance >> System Health

You should see at the bottom
CHMOD Files and Directories

This will tell you the CHMOD values of the main files and give you a green or red (red is bad)

It just sounds like the permissions are incorrectly set
It says:

All of the required files and directories have the proper CHMOD settings.

Additionally, If I try to make a signature like this:

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I get a "You do not have permission to access /usercp (Or something to do with Usercp, I can't remember the error line word for word.)
(07-23-2014, 10:17 AM)Dreadlord Wrote: [ -> ]It says:

All of the required files and directories have the proper CHMOD settings.
this is for the files that mybb requires to run and do not apply to the root folder of your forum I would log in via ftp or your hosting cpanel file manager and check the permissions ... if you have a .htaccess file set it my be worth checking the contents of that also
What should the CHDMOD settings be?
Depends on the file, but mostly 755

You should have at least read access to those files and the owner/server should have execute
644 is what is required for files other than /inc/settings.php which requires 666.

Cache and uploads directory should be 777. See Wiki:CHMod
I have done that, but I still get the error.

What should /newthread.php , /newpost.php, /usercp & /usercp2 and /xtmlhttp.php be?
(07-23-2014, 12:40 PM)Dreadlord Wrote: [ -> ]I have done that, but I still get the error.

What should /newthread.php , /newpost.php, /usercp & /usercp2 and /xtmlhttp.php be?

Mine is set to 0644 and works fine, though they should probably be 666
Perhaps there are some issues with PHP max POST size being too low or something?...
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