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 Version 5.1.1.18992 broke my apps

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rbroder

Posts: 67
Posted: 03/27/2016, 10:41 AM

I'm using WAMPSERVER ver. 2.2 with PHP ver 5.3.10. After upgrading from 18990, any app I republished produced the following error:
Fatal error: Using $this when not in object context in D:\wamp\www2\Security\Template.php on line 93.

After trying everything I could think of, the only solution was reverting back to 18990. That solved the issue. Anyone know what's going on?
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webtotaltoday

Posts: 46
Posted: 03/27/2016, 10:55 AM

Yup, since i have updated i am having a horrible time with css, the above errors, and loads of other issues, proper nightmear this software i am all about given up with this. Does someone not test this before a new CSS is released.
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acedrummond


Posts: 81
Posted: 03/27/2016, 5:20 PM

I went with Win 10 machine Apache/2.4.9 (Win32) PHP/5.5.12 MySql 5.6.17 ((Latest WAMP 3 for Php5 64k bit)

I went from using CCS 5.1 18696 using WIN 8 (found 18990 5.1. not usable at all with any Win 8, or 8.1) have been using for 1 week solid with above environment and working very well.

Only two things I've found were:

1. Some controls hard to get F4 properties; however, they are available in drop down above properties box.

2. Bug with Login screens generated with builder where check box to 'remember me' causing a problem and work around was to let builder create it and then delete it and replace it with a checkbox of the same name.

For me it has been relatively stable in this environment and no problem uploading to remote serve via ftp dialogue in publishing setup.



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