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Joomla Password Incorrect / Activation Email?

missnene , January 31 at 18:16
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missnene

I'm attempting to upgrade to Chronoforms 6, due to an issue I was having with reCaptcha v2. I have come across a couple of issues.​
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​First is when testing the form, I have changed the activation to be via the Administrator. I'm not sure, but I was under the impression it was to send an email with an activation link? Am I incorrect in this?​
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​Second, after enabling and activating on the backend, my test user's password seems to have changed. I don't see a setting for "Random Password" like in v5, and have always had that setting set to "No" in past instances. Any ideas?


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missnene

I think I could deal with not getting the activation email, as long as the passwords worked. I've used Chronoforms since the beginning. I'd really hate to switch to something else. ​

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admin

Hi missnene,

v6 does not send the joomla activation email, you would need to create one using the email action

For the password, there is a bug in the larest release which breaks the saved password, you need a patch to solve this, you can either wait for the new release which is supposed to be ready in the next few days or please send me a message using the contact page to get an update file.

Best regards

Max
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missnene
Thanks Max!
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swmjason
Need the patch for the Joomla Registration 'bug fix'
swmjason@yahoo.com
GreyHead
Hi swmjason,
Max's post was back in February so the current release should include the fix.
Bob
ChronoForms technical support
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