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Removing unwanted emails

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Removing unwanted emails

Postby ramon » Fri Oct 17, 2003 10:14 am

How would we go about removing certain standard email messages we don´t need?

Unfortunately, our journal coordinator wants to translate their current offline method of publishing to the OJS method.

We are not that willing to change the system, but we have to ask....
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Postby kevin » Sun Oct 19, 2003 5:08 pm

Unfortunately, in the current version of OJS this would require custom changes to the system.

We are currently rewriting OJS from scratch, and the ability to selectively enable/disable emails will likely be included in this version.
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Rewriting OJS

Postby ramon » Fri Oct 24, 2003 5:32 am

Since you´re rewriting the code you might want to check admin/editor/editor.php...

there is an error in the variable concatenation that prevented the navigation to work in Mozilla and Netscape and logged out in IE 6

this is what we did
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//$orig_link = "editor.php?id" . (isset($id) ? "=$editor_uid" : "");
$orig_link = "editor.php?id" . (isset($id) ."? =".$editor_uid." : ");


we only found this out because we have over 20 submissions and the navigation did not work in the admin section, but worked everywhere else...
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