This is a fairly open-ended project for PHP/Flash developers. There is a system called FlashChat from: [url removed, login to view] FlashChat is free, and can be downloaded from the URL above. I would like you to make 5 bug fixes to FlashChat. The fixes can be ANYTHING (except for trival spelling fixes), but the fixes should follow these guidelines: 1) You should confirm that the fix is for a GENUINE, confirmed bug in FlashChat 5.0.8 (the most recent version) 2) You should communicate with the forum users (at [url removed, login to view]) to ensure that your fix actually does fix the problem. The person who posted the bug should be able to confirm that your fix actually fixed the problem successfully. 3) You should upload only the changed files to RAC as "work complete" and you should DESCRIBE clearly exactly what you changed, and what the fix does! I need to be able to integrate your fixes to not only FlashChat 5.0.8, but also prior versions of FlashChat, so I really need to understand what you did. 4) The fix should be for a bug that has not been previously fixed. In other words, don't just scan the forum for a fix that someone else made. However, if you do find such a fix, please let me know about it so that I can integrate it with flashchat. Some sample bug fixes you might consider (others are OK, too!): - flashchat fails with integration in some CMS systems. Update the CMS integration file from /inc/cmses/ - flashchat "full caching" mode has some bugs... users sometimes PM the wrong person for example - flashchat sometimes "kicks out" users or bans them unexpectedly - flashchat's config panel has a few bugs... sometimes config items are not properly updated You can make fixes to the Flash side or the PHP side, but I would strongly prefer PHP fixes. thanks, Darren
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PHP, flashchat 5.0.8