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Old March 17th, 2006, 07:32 PM   #1
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Couple Questions

Hi! I am now a verified license holder of this program - and no longer LOST! Yay! But I do have a couples questions (it may make you think I'm still lost). Please help me with the following questions:

1) Can I use PhotoPost as a forum? Not just a photo forum - but you know, a forum like this one?

2) If not - I have Php-Nuke currently installed on my site - if I link my PHP-Nuke to my photopost site, my members will need to log in again into the photopost site whenever they go there. Is there a way to avoid another log in - and how do I do this?

Thank you - a await for your answers patiently.

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Old March 18th, 2006, 08:00 AM   #2
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1) No Photopost is not a forum.

2) If you integrate with Nuke we integrate with the phpbb2 forum in nuke so your users if they visit your nuke forum provided you have entered the correct cookie information to match the forum will be logged in automatically back and forth.
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Please do not PM me for support or sales questions. Thank you for your understanding.
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