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tyxo on Friday, December 17 2010, 05:54 PM

Jcomments not showing up in Pangea-theme

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First things first, I think Pangea is a beautiful theme so simple but also so right, just love it.

However I am having some problems as I'm trying to get JComments to work with K2 using this theme.

The comment form from JComments doesn't show up at all it is instead the original K2 comments form. I have selected other themes for the site and then the JComments form shows up properly.

It seems that JComments have some issues with K2 and the cache that produce a similar result, I don't use any caching as far as I know though.

This is an example where this happens:
[url:15zo309n]http://scout.lekoteket.se/index.php?option=com_k2&view=item&id=30:mareld-2010-public&Itemid=5[/url:15zo309n]

Best regards and thank you for releasing this great theme!
Tyko Brising
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    Replied by zahir on Monday, December 20 2010, 01:21 PM · Hide · #1
    Is jComments enabled on that page? I did not see any *problems*.
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    Replied by tyxo on Tuesday, December 21 2010, 09:13 AM · Hide · #2
    Yes jComments is enabled, it looks ok but the jComments toolbar and captcha is missing. But more importantly it is not jComments form that is displayed it is K2.

    I made a comment on the page with a link to a "debug" page that i set up using the same type of page configured the same way but using another theme and there things work fin so there seem to be something with the theme that conflicts with K2 or jComments.

    Actually it turns out i didn't, submitting does not work.
    The link is <!-- m --><a class="postlink" href="/http://scout.lekoteket.se/index.php?option=com_k2&amp;view=item&amp;id=41:mareld-debug&amp;Itemid=37#comments">http://scout.lekoteket.se/index.php?opt ... 7#comments</a><!-- m --> or the Debug menu item.

    I really don't know enough about themes or Joomla to work it out myself so any help is appreciated.
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    Replied by nzrunner on Thursday, December 23 2010, 03:46 AM · Hide · #3
    I have the same issue.

    I was using the default K2 template, and with the JComment K2 plugin installed, JComment seamlessly integrated into my blog.

    However, having seen this template, I decided to use the K2 Template overrides (not the entire template). The look and feel of the K2 Blog template is excellent, but it reverts to K2 comments, and fails to recognise JComments.
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    Replied by zahir on Thursday, December 23 2010, 07:03 AM · Hide · #4
    Hi,

    The update for this theme is nearly done but will only be available next week.

    Happy Holidays!
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    Replied by tyxo on Sunday, December 26 2010, 12:22 PM · Hide · #5
    That sound promising!

    Happy holidays to you as well!
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    Replied by tyxo on Monday, January 10 2011, 02:57 PM · Hide · #6
    Hi again!

    Any progres on that update?

    Happy new year!
    /Tyko
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    Replied by zahir on Wednesday, January 12 2011, 05:58 AM · Hide · #7
    Hi Tyko,

    Any Progress -&gt; Yes and No.

    I have done most of the changes but couldnt put my finger on why jComments doesnt play nice with rest of the K2 styling - which is what was holding me from releasing it. I dont think I will have a fix for the jcomments just yet though as I will need to dig a little deeper and see what may be causing this.
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    Replied by R2V on Tuesday, January 18 2011, 05:51 PM · Hide · #8
    Hi,
    I also have problems with showing my jcomments + K2, under pangea theme.
    My problem is that I have the comments in the Database, but they are not shown in the page on every host from which I am accessing the web page.
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    Replied by R2V on Friday, January 21 2011, 11:41 AM · Hide · #9
    Hi tyxo,
    thank you for your attention and answer.
    Of course I don't mind for the questions.
    1. Yes - on my home computer I see some of the comments, on my work PC other.
    2. &quot;Just to be clear the comments in the database are seen in the jComments administration panel and not K2?&quot;
    Yes, they are shown under the jcomments administration panel
    3. &quot;How did they come in to the database? Are they written on-line with jComments or are they imported to jComments from som other commenting system?&quot;
    They are written online.
    4. &quot;In the first case where the Pangea theme enabled at the time?&quot;
    Yes, pangea theme is enabled by default
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    Replied by R2V on Friday, January 21 2011, 11:42 AM · Hide · #10
    sorry my response went before your reply, please look at it.
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    Replied by tyxo on Friday, January 21 2011, 11:50 AM · Hide · #11
    So you sometimes get jComments to show up and sometimes not depending on which computer you are using?

    Just to be clear the comments in the database are seen in the jComments administration panel and not K2?

    How did they come in to the database? Are they written on-line with jComments or are they imported to jComments from som other commenting system?

    In the first case where the Pangea theme enabled at the time?

    Lots of questions, hope you don't mind :D
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    Replied by zahir on Tuesday, January 25 2011, 05:45 PM · Hide · #12
    TYXO, R2V - Sorry folks, I think I know where the problem may lie, but need to test out my theory.
    Just a quick status update: At the moment I am busy migrating everything (this forum included) over to ThemeRepublic.com - and as soon as that is done, the JComments issue will be dealt with.
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    Replied by zahir on Thursday, February 03 2011, 04:22 PM · Hide · #13
    This has now been fixed in the latest release. It took a while because Ive been busy setting up this new site, but JComments now plays fine with Pangea :)
    Also fixed a bunch of cosmetic issues and IE compatibility.
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