December 29, 2005 (This post is more than 2 years old.)Lighthouse Pro Updates...coldfusionSo, less then 24 hours later, I've got an update for Lighthouse Pro. Thanks to two users, a few bugs have been fixed. Check the readme.txt for more information.Support this Content!If you like this content, please consider supporting me. You can become a Patron, visit my Amazon wishlist, or buy me a coffee! Any support helps!Want to get a copy of every new post? Use the form below to sign up for my newsletter. SubscribeWebmentionsArchived CommentsComment 1 by Phillip Senn posted on 12/29/2005 at 8:39 PMYou're an Extreme programmer :-)Comment 2 by Raymond Camden posted on 12/29/2005 at 9:29 PMIf for some reason you downloaded the zip between 9:14 and 10:28, it has been updated. Readme.txt shows the new files I changed.Comment 3 by Steve Walker posted on 12/30/2005 at 4:42 AMRay,Thanks for the update. One thing I did want mention is that you do not specify an email server. Typically, if you are in a hosted environment you will need to specify a server or it throws an error. The beauty of default.cfm is that all you need to add is <emailserver>youremailserver</emailserver> and make a couple of changes in Application.cfc and IssueManager.cfc and all is forgiven. I didn't see it mentioned in the install.doc.Comment 4 by Raymond Camden posted on 12/30/2005 at 4:56 AMWell, the problem then is that it gets more complex. It's possible to have a user/password required and NOT a server, and vice versa. If a person needs to specify a mail server, I'd probably just tell them to edit the files. Now - if I can say server="", than it would be ok. (Need to test that.)Comment 5 by Maxx posted on 12/30/2005 at 10:05 PMRay, it seems that the admin can not edit the email list for other users, the can do this when they add a user...I will try to find the bug; but if you get a chance before I...one feature request...I have noticed that if the project list gets long there is a log of scrolling, it might be nice to have a scrolling menu or list to choose from. Not a big deal and something I can add to my copy but others may want it too.Thanks again for all the tools and help you offer.Comment 6 by Maxx posted on 12/30/2005 at 10:10 PMnevermind about the "bug" the user was not assigned that project...smartComment 7 by Raymond Camden posted on 12/30/2005 at 11:53 PMRight - if you try to subscribe them to a project they don't have access to, it won't allow it.Comment 8 by Brett Liotta posted on 1/1/2006 at 1:12 PMA small comment on the History section: I think you meant to make it "readonly" and not "disabled". B/c disabling it makes the textarea unscrollable (at least on IE 6). Readonly makes it scrollable, and easier to read without the grayness on the text.Comment 9 by Raymond Camden posted on 1/1/2006 at 7:39 PMBrett, that has been fixed already. Get the latest zip.Comment 10 by Brett Liotta posted on 1/1/2006 at 11:52 PMGot it. My fault, Ray.On another note, is there a fix for the severity column sorting by severity and not alphanumerically. For example, I want to see "High, Normal, Low" sorting and not "High, Low, Normal" (how it is now).Comment 11 by Raymond Camden posted on 1/2/2006 at 7:06 AMBrett, I'll consider it.Comment 12 by Peter Tilbrook posted on 1/4/2006 at 1:42 PMIt states in install that default user is "admin" and password is "password". But database is empty of any users so I can't even login.Comment 13 by Raymond Camden posted on 1/4/2006 at 7:05 PMWhich db script did you use? Do you see commands in there to enter the u/p?