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A language entry is missing: QUOTE_POST
 

 
A language entry is missing: REPORT_POST
 

 
A language entry is missing: DELETE_POST
 

 
A language entry is missing: QUOTE_POST
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tryed cleanup  and did not help
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Does /lang/EN/ocf.ini exist on your server? If not, upload a copy.

If it does exist, perhaps uploading a fresh copy to overwrite the current one might resolve the issue. It is always possible that file got corrupted …!!

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P.S. … don't forget to flush your caches!


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The error seems familiar, I suspect it is fixed in the latest version (actually probably a few versions back)? You didn't mention which version you're running, so I'll assume you just need to run an upgrade :).


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Yes the ocf.ini is there.
I did a upgrage today to see it that fixed it..
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A language entry is missing: QUOTE_POST
 

 
A language entry is missing: REPORT_POST
 

 
A language entry is missing: DELETE_POST
 

 
A language entry is missing: QUOTE_POST
This issue has been filed on the tracker as issue #691, with a fix.


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I am still having this issue after uploading the fix.

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Ragtop said

I am still having this issue after uploading the fix.

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After chaning the position of string REPORT_POST in ocf.ini (i.e. to the top or bottom), the issue seems to have gone away.
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Ragtop said

After chaning the position of string REPORT_POST in ocf.ini (i.e. to the top or bottom), the issue seems to have gone away.
Above my pay grade, but congratulations on finding a 'fix'.

Something else I noticed on your page …



… haven't had time to 'pursue' it from this end, but perhaps you will be able to get directly to the problem, knowing what code you've got, and where!

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Accidently, I left the support.php in sources_custom, that's why the COMMENT_BOX_TITLE looked weird.

However, I still don't understand why moving string REPORT_POST to somewhere within ocf.ini (doesn't matter to what position) seems to "fix" the issue. I VI'ed it in binary mode to check for any special characters, but no issue. Although I have no clue about the root cause, I am happy that fixed my problem :lol:
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Ragtop said

Accidently, I left the support.php in sources_custom, that's why the COMMENT_BOX_TITLE looked weird.

However, I still don't understand why moving string REPORT_POST to somewhere within ocf.ini (doesn't matter to what position) seems to "fix" the issue. I VI'ed it in binary mode to check for any special characters, but no issue. Although I have no clue about the root cause, I am happy that fixed my problem

It might not have been the change itself… Changing the file probably caused the smart-decacher to refresh the cache.


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