LAUGHTERISGR84U

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  1. LAUGHTERISGR84U added a bug in Bug Tracker   

    [4.03] This Site - Fatal error
    I attempted to look at one of the forum postings:
    http://community.invisionpower.com/topic/410916-so-will-it-be-possible-to-buy-ipcontent-page-only/
    I received the following error page:
    Fatal error: Allowed memory size of 134217728 bytes exhausted (tried to allocate 2048 bytes) in /var/www/html/system/Patterns/ActiveRecord.php on line 207
     
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  2. LAUGHTERISGR84U added a bug in Bug Tracker   

    [4.0.2] This Site - Fatal Error
    I clicked on the following forum posting:

    After a moment's pause, the following error message appeared:
    Fatal error: Allowed memory size of 134217728 bytes exhausted (tried to allocate 89 bytes) in /var/www/html/system/Db/Select.php on line 426
    This is the second time I got this error message in the past few days.  It does not appear to be related to the specific forum messages.
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  3. LAUGHTERISGR84U added a comment This Forum: Error message upon clicking on forum topic   

    Same error message viewing a different forum post:
    Fatal error: Allowed memory size of 134217728 bytes exhausted (tried to allocate 1082 bytes) in /var/www/html/system/Db/Select.php on line 422
    The first instance I was using Internet Explorer Version:  11.0.9600.17690 the second instance I was using Mozilla Firefox Version: 37.0.1
  4. LAUGHTERISGR84U added a bug in Bug Tracker   

    This Forum: Error message upon clicking on forum topic
    I clicked on the following forum topic on this site:

    Received the following error message after a few second pause:
    Fatal error: Allowed memory size of 134217728 bytes exhausted (tried to allocate 420 bytes) in /var/www/html/system/Db/Select.php on line 422
     
    Light forum load:
    Who's Online   84 Members, 2 Anonymous, 82 Guests (See full list)
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  5. LAUGHTERISGR84U added a comment Another error message upon clicking on forum topic   

    Pretty light forum load on this site at the time: 
    Who's Online   77 Members, 2 Anonymous, 83 Guests (See full list)
  6. LAUGHTERISGR84U added a bug in Bug Tracker   

    Another error message upon clicking on forum topic
    I clicked on the following forum topic on this site:

    Received the following error message after a few second pause:
    Fatal error: Allowed memory size of 134217728 bytes exhausted (tried to allocate 84 bytes) in /var/www/html/system/Patterns/ActiveRecord.php on line 207
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  7. LAUGHTERISGR84U added a bug in Bug Tracker   

    Error message upon clicking on forum topic
    I clicked on the following forum topic on this site:

    Received the following error message after a few second pause:
    Fatal error: Allowed memory size of 134217728 bytes exhausted (tried to allocate 41072 bytes) in /var/www/html/system/Db/Select.php on line 326
     
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  8. LAUGHTERISGR84U added a topic in Product Feedback   

    Testing IPB 4.0 Blogs
    Why isn't the "Blogs" hosted on this website being populated with customer blogs to help beta test the product and to allow your customers to see how the product has matured since the 3.x version?
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  9. LAUGHTERISGR84U added a post in a topic Feature Plan   

  10. LAUGHTERISGR84U added a post in a topic Documentation Is Hard to Find   

    The more features that IPB adds to their software suite and the more configuration options they add the more complex the product becomes. People interested in hosting a IPB site typically have a limited amount of time each day they can devote towards operating their site and have little time to spare to try to intuit their way to being able to understand how to setup their site correctly and to deal with various issues that crop up. I would strongly urge IPB to take a small break after they release v4 to work with the user and developer community to determine what areas could benefit from some documentation and then launch a community based documentation project who would work with the IPB developers to answer specific questions that crop up during the documentation process. If this project was broken down into small bit sized pieces the user community is more apt to be willing to lend a hand and a lot of useful content might end up being generated in a short span of time and IPB could then go back to devoting their time coming up with new features to dazzle us with.