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Add secret PIN to ACP login
#31
(05-05-2012, 02:16 AM)FooFighter Wrote: Will this work in 1.8?

Maybe if you try it when it is at least released.
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#32
It most likely will work in 1.8. Not many changes are being made to 1.8 that will affect plugins or themes.
-Paul H.

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#33
I don't think that's a problem with the tut Confused
-Paul H.

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#34
This user has been denied support. This user has been denied support.
You could ignore it for ACP validation. Wink
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#35
Every time I add it to .inc/config.php, I get an error on the site.
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#36
(07-19-2012, 12:18 PM)Astonish Wrote: Every time I add it to .inc/config.php, I get an error on the site.

If you are asking for help, you are doing it in the wrong way. Paste the error message.
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#37
Lol, pretty sure I didn't do anything wrong, and I've JUST reset my password, but everytime I attempt to login I get

The username and password combination you entered is invalid.
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#38
Try restoring the files to the way they were before. Also, there is a plugin for this over on MyBBSecurity.
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#39
(07-20-2012, 07:43 PM)Jammerx2 Wrote: Try restoring the files to the way they were before. Also, there is a plugin for this over on MyBBSecurity.

I don't consider the plugin worth installing, since IMO, the point is the PIN being saved out the DB while the plugin uses a setting to save it.
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#40
I even suggested editing it in the plugin file.
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