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[SOLVED] User control panel misbehaving [message #166584] Tue, 24 January 2012 10:42
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Hello,
I had such a wonderful time with the API that I couldn't possibly be left without other things to scratch my head with.

My setup
My site is based around CodeIgniter, user login/logout is also done via a CI controller and the forum is rendered in an iframe (no big deal until now).

What I would like to do
Since I manage login/logout externally I dont't want to show the login/logout/register links in the user control panel.

What I did
Copy usercp.tmpl to a new theme directory, remove the culprit lines and rebuild the themes.

My usercp.tmpl looks like this, now
/**
* copyright            : (C) 2001-2011 Advanced Internet Designs Inc.
* email                : forum(at)prohost(dot)org
* $Id: usercp.tmpl 5325 2011-07-15 14:14:17Z naudefj $
*
* This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it
* under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the
* Free Software Foundation; version 2 of the License.
**/

{PHP_FILE: input: usercp.inc.t; output: @usercp.inc;}


{MAIN_SECTION: usercp Top level menu (User control panel).}
<div id="UserControlPanel">
<ul>
        {TEMPLATE-DATA: ucp_private_msg}
        {IF: $FUD_OPT_1 & 16777216} {TEMPLATE: ucp_search}{ENDIF}
        <li><a href="{TEMPLATE: ucp_home_lnk}" title="{MSG: home}"><img src="{THEME_IMAGE_ROOT}/top_home{DEF: img_ext}" alt="" $
</ul>
</div>
{MAIN_SECTION: END}


Problem
If no user is logged in, everything is OK. Once the appropriate cookie is set (user logged in), the control panel shows again all the links!

Any suggestions would be welcome

EDIT: I also modified the header and I have the same problem

EDIT 2: I just realized that even if I set the new theme as the default one, for some reason this would not affect existing users. Now I will have to fiddel with the SQL tbales to get the proper settings on all the accounts.

[Updated on: Tue, 24 January 2012 11:34]

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