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On Sun, 2011-10-09 at 18:55 +0200, Florian Effenberger wrote:

Marc Paré wrote on 2011-10-09 17:21:
Could the fix for the Nabble links be moved up in priority?

sadly, I am already on the way to Paris, and probably Erich and 
Christian have most knowledge about Silverstripe. I would need to find 
out first where to look at...

@Erich, Christian: Can you have a look?

Where to look is easy - the website (ours) has a little page type of
nabble (Christian I believe whipped that), this in turn calls a small JS
that replicating the JS that Nabble servers would of generated.

That JS has changed slightly on the Nabble side 
- I included that updated new and correct script as produced by the call
to the Nabble server in my first (second?) email 
- here is the again:

var link=document.getElementById("nabblelink");
 if (link != null) {"none";
     document.write("<div id='nabbleforum' style='width:100%'><div style='height:700px'><img 
src='' width='94' height='33' 
     var e = document.createElement("script");
     e.src = '' + 

It's just little different from what was produced before - so should be a very simple update on our 
side. The one change should fix all of the pages on the different NL sites.


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