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#12399 – Roll back button missing

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Wednesday, 23 May 2012 08:28 CDT
caliview
Mandatory information about my setup:

Have I read the related troubleshooter articles above before posting (which pages?)? Tes
Have I searched the tickets before posting? Yes
Have I read the documentation before posting (which pages?)? Yes 93 / 94 (and many other)
Joomla! version: 2.5.4
PHP version: 5.3.10
MySQL version: 5.0.95
Host: (optional, but it helps us help you)
Akeeba Backup version: 3.5.0

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Description of my issue:

Hi Nicholas,

I was using ABU first and then I subscribed ABU Pro for many reasons and especially for system restore points functionality.

First of all, I've to tell you, when I changed version from core to pro, I didn't read your documentation, but everything was looking fine until I swaped to 3.5.0 version.

As I'had some issues, I followed step by step what you said and now, everything seems to work fine except that the roll back button disappeared on the restore points management...

What I've done :

SRP plugin is on, of course.

I upgrade an other component and the backup was correctly made as you can see in the log.

As I wanted to roll back, I can see the restore point but how I can roll back to the previous step ?

Regards

Patrick

PS : I don't undestand why ABY Lazy is still provided as you don't support it anymore ... ?

 
Wednesday, 23 May 2012 08:51 CDT
nicholas
That's a bug. Please download and install the latest dev release which fixes that. I will release a new version over the weekend.

Regarding your PS, if you look at older releases you'll see that at some point I had already mentioned that it's going to be obsolete and then I removed it. As soon as I did that there were hordes of users who called me various not so nice things. Some accused me that I am a thief who took their money and removed the only feature that mattered to them, etc. Well, I can't be bothered with arguing with those who prefer something which breaks their site (Lazy Scheduling) instead of something which actually works (Webcron). I have better things to do, e.g. write new features. So I just included that bloody broken plugin with a big, clear, fat warning that it's not supported, it causes a gazillion known issues and it can't be fixed. Hopefully everyone using that plugin will eventually figure out that Webcron.org is infinitely better and I will forever kill that stupid plugin in version 3.6.


Nicholas K. Dionysopoulos

Lead Developer and Director



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Wednesday, 23 May 2012 09:25 CDT
caliview
Right, thanks for the quick answer.

Regarding to the Lazy Scheduling (hilarious !) answer, I undestand that I can uninstall it without any depending trouble.

Am I right or it will be reinstall in the next version ?
Cheers
 
Wednesday, 23 May 2012 09:26 CDT
nicholas
The Lazy Scheduling plugin will be reinstalled in the next release. I suggest that you simply unpublish it (default).


Nicholas K. Dionysopoulos

Lead Developer and Director



🇬🇷Greek: native

🇬🇧English: excellent

🇫🇷French: basic



Please keep in mind my timezone and cultural differences when reading my replies. Thank you!



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