OK got that. (Though on my system the "bold" part is only ever so slightly bold, if at all. Not really enough to tell a difference but I got an idea of what you meant. You've told me to look at the bold part in one of your posts before and then I couldn't see anything bolder then the other, as well.)
Here's what I got in return after making that change in pp-inc.php:
Script: classfix |
Query: SELECT userid,username,email,password,usergroupid,timezoneoffset,salt,membergroupids FROM vB_user WHERE username='Ramblin' Ray'
Result: You have an error in your SQL syntax; check the manual that corresponds to your MySQL server version for the right syntax to use near 'Ray'' at line 1
Database handle: Resource id #5
I know that I have some members with apostrophes, ampersands, and quotes around their usernames. It seems that this is the problem. However, I tried changing his username to exclude the apostrophe and it still gave the same error -- as if the apostrophe was still there.
I made his username Ramblin Ray yet the error still came back as Ramblin' Ray.
Huh? How could that be?