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Using JForum 2.1, when I click the "Register" link,
I encounter the following exception. Thanks for your help.

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Hmm.. This happenss because the background as a width of x and the text is trying to use x + n ... I'll change the code to use a bigger background. Until there, you may want to disable Captcha.

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Rafael Steil wrote:Hmm.. This happenss because the background as a width of x and the text is trying to use x + n ... I'll change the code to use a bigger background. Until there, you may want to disable Captcha.

Rafael


How could I disable captcha?
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Please see http://www.jforum.net/posts/list/0/888.page#4039

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