still not working, ok maybe if there is a little more background on how I've set things up and why.
My server is used for a community of my friends and commercial projects for centralized writing. Generally for Pen and Paper gaming. For this reason I felt I want to keep my data physically at my home. Since it's not a public or commercially available website I have am using DynDns free service. Also my ISP blocks port 80, finally my router doesn't actually let me use internet address when I'm accessing my page on the LAN.
So to sum this up.
I either use redirect or IP that channels through a specified alternative port than 80. Neither sees smilies.
Access at home requires that I make link by the LAN address not the WAN address. So listing the URL and Forum address doesn't really help me a whole lot. Since either WAN or LAN will be broken.
Smilies did work as of 2.1.6. for both WAN and LAN, so whatever change was made, is inferior for network crossing.
Finally even if I do set the address to a local one, they still don't work over the LAN. [originally posted on jforum.net by jasonjarvis]
Took me a sec to get the gist of this thread. I took the trailing "/" off the end of the entry "forum.link=" in the jforum-custom.conf file and my smilies are now working just fine. Thanks for the info guys. [originally posted on jforum.net by tdossey]
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