I have that as well but if I just click on Forum at the top of the page it takes me to the index
The batchlorette season has certainly been a long one especially the final as it appears to have lasted longer than some of the relationships
I figured it out -- it has nothing to do with the theme.
I've been working on getting the CMS back up and working (a work in progress). It is now the "default" page when you hit the FORT website (you can go directly to the forums if you want to update your bookmark to www.fansofrealitytv.com/forums/).
There is a whole matrix of permission settings and they were not matching up with some of the custom FORT usergroups. The error displayed reflects that you do not have "permission" to read the content on the CMS. I have fixed it so that everyone (except for banned users) has access to read it.
As for the antiquated message, I'm still trying to track it down in the database.
When I come onto the site, it makes me go back and read the prior posts I have already read. What is going on???
Sorry, but this site keeps getting worse for me,
To Thine Own Self Be True
That was me. I changed the settings 2 days ago so that the read/unread state was more robust (it should remember where you left off vs marking everything as read after each session).
Unfortunately, this changed all the previous state, but the current setting is how it was set pre-upgrade. I'm slowly bringing back all the things you guys were used to now that we have the performance issue fixed. Please bear with me.
Thanks - /fk
Change is detailed here:
I agree. Thank you, Frey. As far as the entrance problem, I'll try your "new" link, but, I've also found that if I click on my user name it takes me to my page and from there I can enter the forums.
ETA: It works. My personal problem is a brand new computer where firefox won't process bookmarks into my igoogle homepage where I have organized lists. I have to remember to open firefox's bookmarks. A pain, but I guess that is what I have to do.
Last edited by Arielflies; 10-29-2011 at 01:40 PM.
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