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  • #31
    Re: This Hack should get into a version

    Originally posted by jucs
    This can be a very good feature so banning is not necessary in all cases. I think it needs to be included in a future version as a feature.
    probably will be
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    • #32
      fantastic bira!
      Especially the redirect removal was what I needed badly
      -Tom
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      German Windows Server & IT Pro Community dedicated to Windows Client & Server Systems. MVPs inside

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      • #33
        thanks a lot

        that's what I was looking for !
        great hack !

        mr.scotty

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        • #34
          i just installed the
          install-mderate-user-posts.txt
          hack alone and put a user into
          the moderated group. but when
          this user logs in and press the "new thread"
          button, he gets the message-page:

          "You are not logged in or you do not have permission to access this page. This could be due to one of several reasons:
          1
          2
          3
          ..."

          what is the reason?

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          • #35
            Thanks, Bira - working like a champ!!!

            L'chaim

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            • #36
              does this work with 2.0.3?

              I REALLY need the moderate users hack
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