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Reply #15
Welcome to "things I had not tested" ... :D

Turns out that it is (mostly) impossible to have an ElkArte post which only contains HTML text without any extra text. There is no obvious way to circumvent that.

I'm on it.

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Reply #16
@forumsearch0r2 any updates on the Addon?

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Reply #17
I haven't heard back from @emanuele yet - I asked him on the IRC about a possible solution and I am still waiting. :)
Because I - personally - don't know the internals of ElkArte well enough.

Do you happen to have an idea?

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Reply #18
Can you not just add a &nbsp?

It’s not a pretty way I’ll give you that but it ‘should’ work. I think anyway...

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Reply #19
I would assume that " " would appear as plain text in the posting...

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Reply #20
It should appear as a space, I would of thought?

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Reply #21
No, that does not work -   seems to be counted as "no text" by ElkArte's emptiness parser.

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Reply #22
You could try
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that may not strip out

Oh .. in addition to curl you should check for xml_parser_create ... see the Ubuntu note here http://php.net/manual/en/xml.installation.php
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Reply #23
It does not, indeed. Thank you. (Now this is an ugly workaround... I'd like to request a plug-in hook to allow empty messages, please?)
I updated the add-on to version 1.0.4, reflecting changes that worked in my test installation. :)


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Reply #25
So long as php is properly installed, an ubuntu server should work just fine as any others. :P

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Reply #26
@forumsearch0r2 So i can download the addon again from first post and use it?

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Reply #27
Uhm... probably.

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Reply #28
@forumsearch0r2 i asked that assuming you have updated the addon. If not no use in downloading it again.

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Reply #29
I did - to 1.0.5. :)
I forgot to update the change log though.