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what do these errors mean please
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[23-Jul-2013 15:11:46 America/Chicago] PHP Notice: TPL: [in line 0]: syntax error: 'truncate' modifier does not exist (c_1____modules_akismet_templates_manageSpam_tpl.php, line 31) in /home/myfellow/public_html/class.template.php on line 949
[23-Jul-2013 15:11:46 America/Chicago] PHP Notice: TPL: [in line 0]: syntax error: 'truncate' modifier does not exist (c_1____modules_akismet_templates_manageSpam_tpl.php, line 35) in /home/myfellow/public_html/class.template.php on line 949
[23-Jul-2013 15:11:46 America/Chicago] PHP Notice: TPL: [in line 0]: syntax error: 'truncate' modifier does not exist (c_1____modules_akismet_templates_manageSpam_tpl.php, line 38) in /home/myfellow/public_html/class.template.php on line 949
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is this just a simple fix

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    I haven't seen that error myself, but I don't tested Akismet much recently on a public site (other than this site here). The truncate modifier should be getting pulled in from /plugins/modifier.truncate.php.

    Is this an upgrade or fresh install? You may want to try re-uploading files, clearing your template cache, and then clearing the error log to see if it happens again. If it does, temporarily uninstall the module and open a bug report (see below).

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    In the future bug reports should be posted here on GitHub: http://github.com/Pligg/pligg-cms/issues?state=open />
    We try to reserve Pligg Support for more general support topics. Bug reports related to Pligg CMS go to GitHub, where we can assign them to developers.

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    ok will do i have just upgraded my host for pligg to a vps on my reseller as pligg was causing high cpu usage so i'm going to also see if that was part of the problem thank you

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