I have ExtraWatch Pro installed on my site, and it constantly wants to update on the Joomla backend to the FREE version. I completely uninstalled the FREE version including all of the backend files and databases in PHPmyadmin, but it still wants to overwrite my paid copy with the free one. I am using the latest version of the PAID copy which i think is 2.3.2204
Also, on the latest visitors tab and others, it shows users came from "www.google.com/url?sa=t" but it never shows the keyword they used or the actual link that they came from (which i think would have the full google address including the search query they used?
The visitors are also showing active when they are no longer on the site (I close all instances of the site and it still indefinitely shows them as active)
I have a similar problem with PRO version 2.3.2232 It always wants to update. The URL that is shown is: www.extrawatch.com/update/extrawatch/2.3...xtrawatch-update.xml It does the update, says it was successful but if you search for updates it comes right back. Everything else works correctly and it is a great program!
One other question I also have is, under latest visitors it shows an IP listing of users, then it shows Bots followed by "this section contains no data yet" and then another list of IPs. What are these last IPs?
Last Edit: 2 years 1 month ago by halk57. Reason: Clarifying problem
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Keeps wanting to update in joomla backend
2 years 1 month ago #521
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