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  • Phrase Groups

    The phrase type is a way of categorizing your phrases to make it easier to find them later. This consists of several built-in types, as well as any you have added. Select what type your new phrase is from the list.
    This is from vbulletins online help (when selecting your phrase group from the admincp).

    It states This consists of several built-in types, as well as any you have added.

    Any you have added?

    That implies that you can add your own phrase types, which is *I believe* what it is trying to say. Problem though is, I cannot find where the "Add New Phrase Type" link is.

    I cannot find it and would really like to add another phrase group.

  • #2
    I dont have a board in debug mode, but im guessing that would be how you add a new phrase group

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    • #3
      Thanks, but I'm not sure what your saying?

      In debug mode, how do you use debug mode?

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      • #4
        There is a hack at vBulletin.org that can create new phrase groups however I've not seen any obvious way to do it in a unmodified version, either with debug on or off.
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        • #5
          Debug mode is not for boards that are in running live. However ill go check if you can add phrase groups when in debug


          NTLDR is correct, youd need to hack to add new phrasegroups, cant do it in debug mode

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          • #6
            Could be an idea to edit the phrase group help as it implys you can add them as standard.

            Just a thought, off to vbulletin.org then

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            • #7
              Im sure you could add one manually by a query, but i wouldnt even know what that might be

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