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  • Naveen Nayak commented on the plugin recaptcha
    @Nefea,  i just tested this again wth vanilla install of elgg 1.8.16 and its works fine. It remembers the public and private keys in the settings. I do not know how you are setting it up - so its difficult for me to guess what is...
  • Naveen Nayak commented on the plugin recaptcha
    @Nefea, what elgg version are you using ? - did you say that it worked previously ?
  • Naveen Nayak commented on the plugin recaptcha
    @Ossama Khayat, never had this problem and no one reported it - seems very rare and for google service to not be available, is even more rare.  But i think this is a good suggestion and also a best practice to code for all unknown...
  • Naveen Nayak commented on the plugin recaptcha
    @BigG, I have not tested it with 1.6  here is something i found online that might help - http://elgg-recaptcha-module.soft112.com/  but i have not used it nor tested it.
  • Naveen Nayak commented on the plugin recaptcha
    mariano,  i installed a fresh copy of Elgg 1.8.11 and everything seems to be working fine - let me know if i can help troubleshoot your problem
  • Naveen Nayak commented on the plugin recaptcha
    Roman, I installed the recaptcha on 1.8.6 and it works perfectly fine - so there must be something you are missing  Here is what i did  Fresh install of Ubuntu 12.04 - all up to date  Fresh install of elgg 1.8.6 Firefox update...
  • Naveen Nayak released a new version of the plugin recaptcha
    • @Nefea, 

      i just tested this again wth vanilla install of elgg 1.8.16 and its works fine. It remembers the public and private keys in the settings. I do not know how you are setting it up - so its difficult for me to guess what is wrong. 

      Some things you can do are 

      • make sure the recaptcha dir has read and execute access for the web user
      • make sure that your public and private keys work for the domain ( localhost might be different )
      • check apache logs for errors

      you  can go to the table elgg_private_settings and should be able to see 2 rows with names recaptcha_public_key and recaptcha_private_key

      let me know if you need more help in troubleshooting

    • I've changed the permission for the folder and now it seems to keep the info I type in, and I also got the text "" on the registration page, but nothing else.

      I don't know anything about mysql tables but I can se that recaptcha is not in there.

    • Thank you! It works great!

  • Naveen Nayak commented on the plugin recaptcha
    Ben, I think it has to do with http and https - when i go to your site in Google Chrome, i get this message in the console  [blocked] The page at https://occupythecomms.cc/register ran insecure content from...