Current release is 2.1.6
(21 Nov 2014).
Users who have not yet upgraded to 2.1 should get security release 220.127.116.11
(1 Nov 2014). We will stop providing these security releases to 2.0 at the end of this year.
Errors when performing moderation actions (such as delete discussion)
I'm running Vanilla 2.0.18b2 and I'm getting a very strange assortment of errors when performing certain moderation actions:
1) The first I ran into was a 404 error after deleting a discussion, I fixed it by manually changing the redirect url in class.discussioncontroller.php, as described here: http://vanillaforums.org/discussion/15381/deleting-a-discussion-ends-in-a-404/p1
It was redirecting me to /vanilla/discussions, but my install was in /forums/. This would only occur if I deleted the discussion from within the discussion itself.
2) The second issue is that if I delete a thread from the All Discussions view (by clicking on the Options drop down moderation menu), I get redirected to /forums/discussions. The problem here is that I don't have clean URLs, so /forums/discussions doesn't exist, it should be /forums/index.php?p=/discussions. The problem is I can't find where this is specified. Similarly, if I delete from within a specific category it tries to redirect to /forums/categories/categoryname when it should be /index.php?p=/categories/categoryname
3) Finally, if the homepage is set to the "Categories & Discussions" view, and I try to delete a discussion from there, it brings me to a blank page that just says "TRUE" (the discussion, however, is still successfully deleted), which is the weirdest behavior I've seen yet, and I have no idea what's going on. This also happens if I close/reopen, sink/unsink, and announce/unannounce. So pretty much every moderation action performed from the Categories & Discussions homepage completes the action and brings me to a blank page that says TRUE on it. Any idea what might be causing this and how to fix it?
As a side note, shouldn't the All Discussions page auto-update when I close a thread? It will if I announce a thread, but I have to manually refresh to see that a thread has been successfully closed. Just curious.
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