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Not Solved Missing error message?
#1
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The forum I'm developing is not displaying error messages. The version is 1.8.17. As an example, when I deliberately enter incorrect login credentials this is what I see:

Please correct the following errors before continuing:

Instead of:

Please correct the following errors before continuing:


You have entered an invalid username/password combination. 

If you have forgotten your password please retrieve a new one.
You have 9 more login attempts.

I've generated a default template from the master template and this is not template-related. Nothing is being generated. I've also reviewed the language files (datahandlers) and everything seems to be present.

Has anyone come across this issue? I'd really rather not reinstall the script. How can I get this solved?

Please note: I cannot disclose the forum URL per the owner (I'm developing it, it's under password-protection).
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#2
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Hi,

check 2 templates to see if it's there the problem:

error_inline
<div class="error">
	<p><em>{$title}</em></p>
	<ul>
		{$errorlist}
	</ul>
</div>
<br />
 
And error_inline_item
<li>{$error}</li>
I don't answer questions about localhost forums or forums without URL, I'm not a seer.  Cool
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#3
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(10-14-2018, 08:25 AM)NoRules Wrote: Hi,

check 2 templates to see if it's there the problem:

error_inline
<div class="error">
	<p><em>{$title}</em></p>
	<ul>
		{$errorlist}
	</ul>
</div>
<br />
 
And error_inline_item
<li>{$error}</li>

Thanks for the response! The error_inline template looks exactly like that, however I don't see "error_inline_item" anywhere in my templates. Is the item template supposed to be under the error group? This is what I have:

error
error_attacherror
error_inline
error_maxpostimages
error_maxsigimages
error_nopermission
error_nopermission_loggedin

---------------

I've tried cycling through different templates and even generating a fresh template from the master file. Nothing fixes the problem in terms of templates.
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#4
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Hi,

yes, you should have the error_inline_item template in the Error Message Templates group.

That's the reason you don't see the error message.
I don't answer questions about localhost forums or forums without URL, I'm not a seer.  Cool
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#5
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(10-14-2018, 06:02 PM)NoRules Wrote: Hi,

yes, you should have the error_inline_item template in the Error Message Templates group.

That's the reason you don't see the error message.

I found error_inline_item by downloading 1.8.18 and importing the master style.[/b]

Do I need to check any other template files to include error_inline_item?

Even with error_inline_item I'm not receiving error messages.

Is there something else I should check or edit?


Nevermind -- it's working now. Thanks so much guys!
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