Later in the day…

Well I had to walk away from it (the IntSmarty) for a bit to clear my head…. and the cache. And guess what. The page is now saving and destructing. 🙂 Still am not getting the error messages but then they are placed into the $errorMessage variable on the PHP page not the template. My language table has the ‘{$errorMessage}’ being converted rather then the string that goes into it. Will try to figure out a workaround or hack later for it. For right now I am now the proud owner of a generated “en-us” table and that is enough. So I guess that means I can copy it and pass it on to be translated into Japanese and Korean. Want to do that soon so I can have it tested to make sure it all works OK.

Thanks coogle, cnb, and grout for the help! Going to leave all the debugging lines in for now so if there are problems later I don’t have to start over from scratch. Thank you to whomever created and coded “Copy and Paste”. Your a life saver.