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If you are looking for your site management, features development, etc. please feel free to pm me or drop a line to boonexpert@gmail.com

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    Is there's Jobs section here on UNA.io like it was on boonex?

    Can't find it. Would be pretty useful.

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      Hi All,

      Just created some custom fields on profile, set them as Unique but not mandatory, adding new profile - I see these fields, entering nothing in them, submitting the form, getting error 'The field should have unique value'.
      Seems like it interpreted existing empty values in database as a value and can't create empty value since it will be the same.
      Seems like a bug.

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          INSERT INTO `test` (`id`, `value`) VALUES (NULL, NULL);

          1 row inserted.


          INSERT INTO `test` (`id`, `value`) VALUES (NULL, '123')

          #1062 - Duplicate entry '123' for key 'value'


          Even in clear MySQL. Unique. No problem.

          • Yes, the website isn't just MySQL and the field has the type like varchar and not NULL values. So empty input will look like VALUES (NULL, ''); and in this case, you can't insert 2 similar records.

            • Yes, the website isn't just MySQL and the field has the type like varchar and not NULL values. So empty input will look like VALUES (NULL, ''); and in this case, you can't insert 2 similar records.

              That’s exactly what I mean. If set to Unique and not mandatory, it must be Null.

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              On the Timeline I have already around 50 comments and when you click "Comment" button, they are all loading at once, which takes about 10..15 seconds with no "spinner" or something to let the user know something is loading. Members are complaining that they can't get into the Comments section. I expect to be getting thousands of comments under one single post. Without pagination it would take hours to load them on since page if ever possible.

              How do I paginate them or enable "Load more" button or something to prevent them loading all at once?

              Please advice.

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                Please be aware that we have a member [name is hidden by me] who buys modules here on the marketplace and then opens a PayPal refund cases without asking for any help or solution first.


                It’s highly unacceptable.


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