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  • Jake Bunce
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    those variables are in the modifyoptions template. they parse according to what the user's current settings are.

    re: http://www.vbulletin.com/forum/showt...threadid=26376

    kier had a typo in that template. i fixed it and edited his attachment a while back. make sure to download the new attachment. you will see my edit note in his post.

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  • Paul J
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    I have no clue! lol

    Oh well it works now...thanks a lot man.

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  • Cary
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    How did those variables get into your registeradult template? Did you add them? Those aren't there by default...

    Also, I believe those variables are used to determine which option is checked...

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  • Paul J
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    It works now because I removed:

    $allowmailchecked
    and
    $allowmailnotchecked

    from my registeradult template.

    What are they there for?

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  • Cary
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    You were looking in the wrong template. Did that fix the problem?

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  • Paul J
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    Ok, what about the $allowmailchecked things?

    Those aren't in Jakeman's posts...

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  • Cary
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    Remove the 'e' from allowemail. See if that fixes the problem.

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  • Paul J
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    I use this registration template so I have:

    <input type="hidden" name="allowemail" value="yes" checked>

    In my registeradult template.

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  • Cary
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    Edit it in the following templates:
    Registration Templates
    * registeradult
    * registercoppa

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  • Paul J
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    <tr>
    <td bgcolor="#DFDFDF"><normalfont><b>Allow Bulletin Board Administrators and Moderators To Send You Email Notices?</b></normalfont></td>
    <td bgcolor="#DFDFDF"><normalfont>
    <input type="radio" name="allowmail" value="yes" $allowmailchecked checked> yes
    <input type="radio" name="allowmail" value="no" $allowmailnotchecked> no
    </normalfont></td>
    </tr>

    This is my modifyoptions template

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  • Paul J
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    Hey Jake,

    That's what I have but I just created a new test member and "Allow Bulletin Board Administrators and Moderators To Send You Email Notices?" is set to no when I check it's options.

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  • Jake Bunce
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    it should be set to "yes" in the default templates. you can change this by editing your registeradult / registercoppa templates. make sure the yes radio button has the checked property and the no radio button does not:

    <tr>
    <td bgcolor="{secondaltcolor}"><normalfont><b>Allow Bulletin Board Administrators and Moderators To Send You Email Notices?</b></normalfont></td>
    <td bgcolor="{secondaltcolor}"><normalfont>
    <input type="radio" name="allowmail" value="yes" checked> yes
    <input type="radio" name="allowmail" value="no"> no
    </normalfont></td>
    </tr>

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  • Paul J
    started a topic Allow admin to send email

    Allow admin to send email

    This option is set to no by default on my boards when someone registers...how do I go about setting it to yes as default?
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