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FaceBook Connect plugin
#31
(10-11-2010, 01:04 AM)el canadiano Wrote: Just another very minor complaint. DennisTT's PM on Registration plugin does not send a PM with a Facebook Connect registration plugin.

http://mods.mybb.com/view/pm-on-registration

Yep, I noticed that. I wonder if there is a cunning way round it! Be good if there was. I also have a plugin that automatically starts a new thread when people join the forum, and that doesnt work for people who sign up with facebook either.

Still I am very happy indeed that people can sign up for my forum using facebook.
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#32
Looking forward to trying this out.

I'm glad that FB connect finally has been implemented.
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#33
(10-10-2010, 01:29 AM)Trinit Wrote: Just an arror:

Line 16 of lang file:
$l['fbconnect_already_conn'] = "You are allready connected with FaceBook";

The error is allready

Damn, sorry. Wrote it properly in the var name but then mistaken in the language file.
Fix in next version since it's easy to fix for everybody else.

(10-10-2010, 02:18 AM)vash Wrote: Logging out works fine for me using your latest version. Actually everything works fine for me. Some of the best 9 euros I have ever spent!

Great! Smile

(10-10-2010, 10:58 AM)Foo Wrote: I need to delete cookies in chrome to logout from my forum if I login using facebook.

I can login and logout fine using your beta board.

I guess is the setting of my forum cause I installed it in different directory, convert it from phpBB and then change the forum directory. Could that be the problem?

Could you PM me an admin account so I can check your settings?
It should work properly.

(10-10-2010, 05:18 PM)stargazer Wrote: I can't logout, too. Also I confirm that there is no "Post-Authorize Callback URL" option. ( I'll try to change application language in case these are related).
The website is wna.gr

The missing option is a facebook bug, please look for the fix on the first site of this thread.

(10-11-2010, 04:15 PM)vash Wrote:
(10-11-2010, 01:04 AM)el canadiano Wrote: Just another very minor complaint. DennisTT's PM on Registration plugin does not send a PM with a Facebook Connect registration plugin.

http://mods.mybb.com/view/pm-on-registration

Yep, I noticed that. I wonder if there is a cunning way round it! Be good if there was. I also have a plugin that automatically starts a new thread when people join the forum, and that doesnt work for people who sign up with facebook either.

Still I am very happy indeed that people can sign up for my forum using facebook.

Since we do not use the original registration procedure the plugins "on registration" do not run and will not work. Sorry!

(10-11-2010, 05:28 PM)SlapShot Wrote: Looking forward to trying this out.

I'm glad that FB connect finally has been implemented.

Good luck, give me some feedback about it Smile
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#34
I will test it
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#35
Quote:Pretty easy to do. Just delete Connect with Facebook! in the languages and replace Connect with the HTML image src tag with that image URL.

Is it this line
$l['fbconnect_doconnect'] = "Connect with FaceBook!";
in this file
fbconnect.lang
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#36
(10-12-2010, 01:22 PM)Foo Wrote:
Quote:Pretty easy to do. Just delete Connect with Facebook! in the languages and replace Connect with the HTML image src tag with that image URL.

Is it this line
$l['fbconnect_doconnect'] = "Connect with FaceBook!";
in this file
fbconnect.lang

Remove the lines that say Connect with Facebook! completely, leaving "";, and then replace Connect with the HTML image location to the URL of the "Login with Facebook" image.
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#37
Cool plugin !
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#38
How do I bring this facebook connect to the rest of my pages, that have the login button on them? i.e not forum pages, my own website front.
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#39
(10-15-2010, 08:26 PM)serge Wrote: Cool plugin !
Thank you.

(10-15-2010, 11:16 PM)cusman Wrote: How do I bring this facebook connect to the rest of my pages, that have the login button on them? i.e not forum pages, my own website front.

Are they PHP-powered? Facebook does generate the link via API.
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#40
Yes they are powered by PHP, also using the MyBB login system.
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