[ZendTo] Amount of allowed characters not shown correctly in "Request a Dropoff" subject

Jules Field Jules at Zend.To
Tue Mar 12 11:37:31 GMT 2019


On 12/03/2019 11:11, Tobias Tafart via ZendTo wrote:
> We’re running Zendto 5.17-4.
> When a user tries to request a dropoff with a subject line longer than 
> the amount of allowed characters, they get a request error as 
> expected. But the error does not show the number of allowed 
> characters. Here’s  the output to the user:
> > Your subject line to the recipients is characters long. It must be 
> less than Use the Back button in your browser to go back and fix this 
> error before trying again.
> As this happened just the same on a fresh install without customized 
> configuration on a separate server with a different PHP version, I 
> assume this is a bug and not a configuration error, but I just want to 
> confirm here.
> In the webserver logs there also is a PHP error:
> [Tue Mar 12 11:46:35.331412 2019] [php7:notice] [pid 4833] [client 
> ::1:58278] PHP Notice: Undefined variable: d in 
> /opt/zendto/lib/Req.php on line 180
> The problem seems to be that " are used instead of ' for the string, 
> so sprintf can’t replace the arguments with their contents; if I 
> replace the apostrophes, it works just fine but I’m not a PHP dev so I 
> don’t know if that is the best fix...
Yes, well spotted. Should of course have been single quotes.
> Is there a place where I can file a bug report?
You just did. :-)
As you have confirmed that the change fixes the problem for you, it will 
be in the next release.

Many thanks for letting me know!




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