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    Odd LIberum Problem

    Finally got this working!
    but in trying to customise it for the school , i have encountered a strange problem..

    I have renamed one of the labels in ./user/new/.asp file but when I go to the webiste the new text is enclosed with @ symbols

    eg @Classroom@ instead of just Classroom

    I can find no explanation of why this has happened.. everything works fine - the textbox displays correctly and the data inside it is submitted to SQL Server correctly..

    Anyone got any ideas??

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    Re: Odd LIberum Problem

    Quote Originally Posted by Gatt
    eg @Classroom@ instead of just Classroom
    It's to do with Liberum's language handling, it's trying to look up "Classroom" and failling, you can either add classroom to the vocabulary "Help Desk Administration" - Manage Languages - Strings - Add New, or remove the lookup instruction.

    http://www.liberum.org/snitz/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=3627

    Might help, or you might find a better explanation there.

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    Re: Odd LIberum Problem

    Ta for that TimH will check it out tomorrow!!

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    Re: Odd LIberum Problem

    Nothing to do with Gatt's problem, but I'm bumping this as I've discovered a couple of Liberum oddities that I hope fellow users might be able to help with:

    When I'm logged in as a user, or an administrator, the footer with the "User Menu | Rep Menu | Log Off" options has the incorrect URL syntax
    (eg: my Log Off has "http://<server>/helpdesk/logon.asp/logoff.asp"). All of the URLs have the errant logon.asp stuck in the middle.

    Any ideas how to change the footer? I can see it referenced, but not where it lives..

    Also, I cannot get mine to work in Firefox - I've the same proxy settings as IE, but it just isn't happy! Anyone got around this one?

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    Re: Odd LIberum Problem

    Here is a link that might be of some help.

    http://www.liberum.org/snitz/topic.a...chTerms=footer

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    Re: Odd LIberum Problem(s)

    Got the @ problem sorted, and getting ready to roll the thing out (got HMI in next 2 days so nows not a good time!!)

    Another oddity - ODBC errors when the session times out!!

    Also gonna look at modifying it so that it is in the same style as the staff intranet site - just curious if anyone has implemented this?

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    Re: Odd LIberum Problem

    Quote Originally Posted by indiegirl
    the footer with the "User Menu | Rep Menu | Log Off" options has the incorrect URL syntax
    (eg: my Log Off has "http://<server>/helpdesk/logon.asp/logoff.asp"). All of the URLs have the errant logon.asp stuck in the middle.

    Also, I cannot get mine to work in Firefox - I've the same proxy settings as IE, but it just isn't happy! Anyone got around this one?
    Are you using version 0.97.3 ? I've not seen either problem (with this version), URLs look fine at school or from home with IE and Firefox.

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    Re: Odd LIberum Problem(s)

    Quote Originally Posted by Gatt
    Also gonna look at modifying it so that it is in the same style as the staff intranet site - just curious if anyone has implemented this?
    I tweaked the colours in the css, just to see what happened and have had no problem with it.

    Tim

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    Re: Odd LIberum Problem(s)

    Quote Originally Posted by TimH
    Quote Originally Posted by Gatt
    Also gonna look at modifying it so that it is in the same style as the staff intranet site - just curious if anyone has implemented this?
    I tweaked the colours in the css, just to see what happened and have had no problem with it.

    Tim
    I'm considering using the current .asp files as INCLUDE files inside a template for our own intranet schema.. should work ok i reckon - though will prob have to modify some links here and there!

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    Re: Odd LIberum Problem(s)

    Quote Originally Posted by Gatt
    Got the @ problem sorted, and getting ready to roll the thing out (got HMI in next 2 days so nows not a good time!!)

    Also gonna look at modifying it so that it is in the same style as the staff intranet site - just curious if anyone has implemented this?
    as I recall, changing the css styles is pretty straightforward, so long as you stick to changing colours. be careful if you want to change font size though (I think this applies to liberum - tried quite a few helpdesks and can't remember if it was liberum) as it has a fixed width table.
    Good luck with the inspection.
    beeswax

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    Re: Odd LIberum Problem

    Quote Originally Posted by TimH
    Quote Originally Posted by indiegirl
    the footer with the "User Menu | Rep Menu | Log Off" options has the incorrect URL syntax
    (eg: my Log Off has "http://<server>/helpdesk/logon.asp/logoff.asp"). All of the URLs have the errant logon.asp stuck in the middle.

    Also, I cannot get mine to work in Firefox - I've the same proxy settings as IE, but it just isn't happy! Anyone got around this one?
    Are you using version 0.97.3 ? I've not seen either problem (with this version), URLs look fine at school or from home with IE and Firefox.

    Tim
    Indeed, I have 0.97.3, going to have a tweak/fight with it in a while...
    ETA: My "base URL" was incorrect in my configuration settings - I'd added the 'logon.asp', so the footer was built using that. Removed 'logon.asp' from the URL, everything's right for user navigation again (hurrah)


    WRT Firefox: We are using ISA Server, I wonder if this has anything to do with it, although I've told Firefox not to look to ISA for local IPs...



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