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  • Jake Bunce
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    Ranks only work with primary groups.

    I recommend you just create duplicate user ranks with the same image but for different primary groups.

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  • Club3G
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    Awright, that worked great, thank you once again Jake.

    Only problem is now that my Mods/Sm's donated as well. Do I need to create separate usergroups for them in order for the graphic to display? Setting the secondary group to contributing user doesn't seem to do it.

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  • Jake Bunce
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    Try using ranks instead:

    Admin CP -> User Ranks -> User Rank Manager

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  • Club3G
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    Aww crap!

    They show up in who's online/users browsing the forum. :lol:

    Erm, is there a way to make them only show in the actual thread?

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  • Club3G
    started a topic How do I add two custom user name tags?

    How do I add two custom user name tags?

    I have a special group for donating users, that puts:

    Code:
    <br><img border="0" src="[url="http://www.fortunatemind.com/club3g/images/misc/donate.gif"]http://www.fortunatemind.com/club3g/images/misc/donate.gif[/url]" alt="donor">
    In the closing HTML markup of their username. It works well, looks great and was pretty simple, just another group with the same permissions as registered users.

    The problem is that Moderators also donate and I'd like to give them the same graphic. The moderator HTML open/close markup is made to turn their name orange.

    If I make a special group for Contributing Moderators, i'll need to make one for SMs as well. And it will mess up the display when they click forum leaders, since they'll be in different primary groups.

    Is there a way to get that code under different groups?

    Thanks much!
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