I've noticed on my new site Fanboy community art gallery - Fanboyartist.com there are two issues with recent comments on the index. I just posted 3 comments today, but only the last one showed up. It just skipped my previous 2 comments, unless you hit the more link and then all 3 comments show up.
Second issue is sometimes the recent comments don't show up for a couple of days. Don't know if this issue is related or not.
It skips comments completely, or sometimes takes a couple of days before it shows the most recent. Like it might show comments 1, 2, skip 3, show 4, 5, skip 6, like that on the recent comments section.
The cache thing is set to no. So isn't that supposed to cause it to show all the postings now? And if it is set to only post where there is more than one comment, could you tell me where the setting is to change that? It posts all comments on my other gallery where I use your previous gallery script.
It is never suppose to show all postings now. As previously posted it is only suppose to show comments on photos with more than one comment so your site is working as it should. You must be using a way older version if you other site works different. You can alter the query how ever which way you want in pp-inc.php under the function get_ratingscache
I just want to make sure you understand what I'm saying to clarify, I just want all new comments to show up in the recent comments on the index page. Not all comments ever posted. It skips some of the comments, and it doesn't matter if the page the comments come from has one or more comments. It's very random on how it skips comments for the index page.
We do not really assist in code modification. I can tell you how something is suppose to work but if you want to modify your code your on your own in regards to that.
The query is very specific for recent comments as stated. It is going to pull any recent comments from photos where there is MORE THAN ONE COMMENT. Your then going to of course apply the other permissions etc
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WHERE p.numcom > 1
You can try removing this from the query but we offer no support or continued discussion on this since it is not a product support issue.