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Old 23 August 2013, 16:04   #1
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Deleting keys from the database

I found an error in the database: Someone set "chipset" to "1024", instead of "chip_memory". So I set the the chipmem-key, but I couldn't delete the chipset-key. Not possible as a regular user?

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Old 23 August 2013, 16:23   #2
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Thanks for fixing (change approved)

Keys are deleted by just submitting a blank value. You'll still see an entry (with empty value) in the key-value list, but the system considers a key with empty value the same as if the key was never set in the first place. (It is done this way to preserve change history properly, it will be recorded who "deleted" the value, etc).
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Old 23 August 2013, 18:42   #3
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Keys are deleted by just submitting a blank value.
As far as I remember, I tried this too. I think my browser doesn't like to submit a non-filled input field. I use Chromium btw.

I fixed some more fields, however I didn't know for sure, if "none" is an invalid value for joystick_port_?_mode...
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