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    Default Lack of Newbs

    Anyone notice the distinct lack of newb questions in the last week? No, the world hasn't suddenly been educated on defrags, deinterlacing and firewire... I smurfed the bot mod!

    Googlebot et al were seeing this:

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    Could not get theme data for themes_id [2]
    And not the forums! Hopefully it's now fixed!

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    Default Re: Lack of Newbs

    Quote Originally Posted by Marc Peters
    I smurfed the bot mod!
    Isn't that an offence in some countries?

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    Only on a Sunday.

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    I botted a mod Smurf.

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    I burfed the mot sod

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    Default I am having the same problem.

    Anyone notice the distinct lack of newb questions in the last week? No, the world hasn't suddenly been educated on defrags, deinterlacing and firewire... I smurfed the bot mod!

    Googlebot et al were seeing this:

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    phpBB : Critical Error

    Could not get theme data for themes_id [2]


    And not the forums! Hopefully it's now fixed!
    Sorry to bother... But I am having the same issue. If it isn't any trouble could you post or email me what you did to fix this?

    Thanks in advance!

    Scott

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    By default, the mod assumes you've never deleted a theme. That is each theme is numbered sequentially in the database: if you have three themes, theme a, theme b and theme c, it assumes they are numbered with IDs of 1, 2, and 3 respectively. Howver, if you delete a theme the other theme's IDs don't change.

    What you have to do is look in the themes table on your database. Make a note of the ID of the theme you want the bot to look at. Next go to the botmod table and change the theme ID to match.

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    Your awesome thanks for saving me the time trying figure it out!

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    No problem. What's your website?

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    http://www.need-name.com/

    Thanks for asking, your site looks really good and it has functional purpose (very rare on the web these days)

    again thanks!

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