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The emoticns show as an empty img tag.

I thought that was related with https://coderanch.com/t/576053 #8800 but "html.attributes.welcome" is correct:


I'm using 2.1.8.

Any idea?
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Did you change the home install directory or any paths? Are the permissions set correctly?
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Not sure what you mean with "home install directory". JForum is in tomcat/webapps/forum!

What permissions can be wrong? I unpacked the bin and follow the installation process.
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Not everyone follows the instructions .. ;)

Just asking if you had moved directories after installing, which doesn't sound like happened in your case.

The permissions questions relates around file system permissions to the emoticons directory (usually Linux installs rather than Windows - you don't say what OS you are using).
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Jforum 2.1.8 with Tomcat 5.5 on Linux.

All the permission are ok. The user that runs tomcat has permission to read and write!
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Great.

What about the path in the SystemGlobals.conf or jforum_custom.conf files? Are they pointing to the right place?
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In the jforum_custom.conf doesn't have any path.

The SystemGlobals.conf has the defaults path but I didn't find any reference to the path with the emotions.

What specific path do you recommend to re-check?
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The path I am referring to is: smilie.image.dir=images/smilies

And remember the jforum_custom.conf overrides the SystemGlobals.conf entries (for the same named variable).

If it's not that ... I'm out of ideas.
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Seems kinda silly to ask but have you tried reloading the cache of the Smilies by going to:

Admin Control Panel -> Cache

And then click on Reload on the line for smilies. It should show by default that there are 32 smilies. If it does not have a number or the number is zero then the path would be an issue but more than likely its just you need to reset the cache. I had to do the same when I first installed it.

Only had to do it once more after that.


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Make sure in the SystemGlobals.properties the two lines below have the correct values:-
forum.link = http://localhost:8080/jforum
homepage.link = http://localhost:8080
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