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Kunena 5.2 Beta 1 Released (24 Sep 2020)

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10 years 1 month ago #1 by woonydanny
Docman was created by woonydanny

freedomcoach wrote: Hi:

The only extension I use that depends on Legacy Mode is DocMan. I'm aware that they now have a 1.5 native commercial version but I haven't upgraded to it because I have been very satisfied with the current free version and do not want to introduce anything potentially disruptive to the site.

Key Question: Will keeping my present version of DocMan running in legacy mode on my J 1.5.20 site be a problem when I upgrade Kunena to 1.6? I'm presently running K 1.5.12.

Sincerely,
Howard


Just upgrade docman. It has been improved both with function and security and only cost $5 or $10. Well worth it, it is a quality product by some of the (ex?) core Joomla developers

still wish that i can write my forum signature through a jomsocial plugin and do it from my jomsocial profile :(

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10 years 1 month ago #2 by Cerberus

peetree21 wrote:

freedomcoach wrote: Hi:

The only extension I use that depends on Legacy Mode is DocMan. I'm aware that they now have a 1.5 native commercial version but I haven't upgraded to it because I have been very satisfied with the current free version and do not want to introduce anything potentially disruptive to the site.

Key Question: Will keeping my present version of DocMan running in legacy mode on my J 1.5.20 site be a problem when I upgrade Kunena to 1.6? I'm presently running K 1.5.12.

Sincerely,
Howard


Just upgrade docman. It has been improved both with function and security and only cost $5 or $10. Well worth it, it is a quality product by some of the (ex?) core Joomla developers


any issues with useing it and k1.6 peetree21???

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10 years 1 month ago #3 by freedomcoach
My main concern with upgrading Docman is I want to be sure the document lister option/module is still available. I use this a lot on my site and I want to be sure they did not eliminate it in their commercial version. Any idea on this?

Howard

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10 years 1 month ago #4 by Cerberus
i know this may sound wrong but wouldnt i be better for you freedomcoach to go and ask the people at docman if they have or have not got a feature in there software rather than taking this topic more and more off topic. just my observation but would make sense to me.

mods: if im speaking out of turn feel free to delete this post

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10 years 1 month ago #5 by freedomcoach
Cerberus,

Thanks, you are correct. I will do that.

Howard

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10 years 1 month ago #6 by yaqwer
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You could be interested in JoomDoc, a fork of native Docman, which is free of charge and licensed under GNU GPL license.

www.artio.net/downloads/joomla-related/joomdoc

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10 years 1 month ago #7 by sozzled
Replied by sozzled on topic Re: Docman
The above 6 posts have nothing in common with the discussion topic that they were originally pinned to. I have split them from the original topic so that you can continue to discuss Docman issues.

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10 years 1 month ago #8 by Mortti

freedomcoach wrote: My main concern with upgrading Docman is I want to be sure the document lister option/module is still available. I use this a lot on my site and I want to be sure they did not eliminate it in their commercial version. Any idea on this?

Howard


I am also DOCman user and fan from the year 2005-06... at the this time running DOCman 1.5.8 in Joomla! 1.5.20. I have tested it also with K 1.6 and System - Mootools Upgrade plugin some while (which K 1.6 needed) and I haven't seen yet any issues/conflict in my use...

Mortti

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10 years 1 month ago #9 by freedomcoach
Morti

That is great news. Is the lister module available in the Docman 1.5 version?

Howard

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10 years 1 month ago #10 by freedomcoach
I registered on the Joomdoc site. Looks promising. Also asked the same question on their forum as to whether they had a similar lister module. Are you using JoomDoc yourself?

Sincerely,
Howard

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