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    How can I remove the list of users online on the forum main page from appearing for unregistered users. I don't see an option for that.
    War is only fun when you are winning.

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    admincp > usergroups > usergroup manager > Usergroup: Unregistered / Not Logged In > Who's Online Permissions > Can View Who's Online

    set to no

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    • #3
      That's only for the online.php page though. They can still see the list of users on the main foirum page.
      War is only fun when you are winning.

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      • #4
        i'm confused, do you not want unregistered to see whos online or the member list? or both?

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        • #5
          Originally posted by HappyPike
          That's only for the online.php page though. They can still see the list of users on the main foirum page.
          if you dont want them to see the member list then

          admincp > usergroups > usergroup manager > Usergroup: Unregistered / Not Logged In > General Permissions > Can View Member Info

          set to no

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          • #6
            He doesn't want people to see the users currently browsing the site section at the bottom of the page...

            find

            Code:
            <if condition="$show['loggedinusers']">
            replace it with
            Code:
            <if condition="$show['loggedinusers'] AND $bbuserinfo[userid] != 0">

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            • #7
              Thanks Zach!

              it works and I made it so guests only see the # of users online, but not the list of users.

              I am doing everything I can to make my forum go faster. If you have some tricks or something else think I should remove, let me know.
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              • #8
                sorry, i tried, just didnt understand the question, can you add multiple usergroups to that, ie:

                Code:
                <if condition="$show['loggedinusers'] AND $bbuserinfo[userid] != 0,1,2,3">

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by dsotmoon
                  sorry, i tried, just didnt understand the question, can you add multiple usergroups to that, ie:

                  Code:
                  <if condition="$show['loggedinusers'] AND $bbuserinfo[userid] != 0,1,2,3">
                  I would like to know how to keep usergroups 0,1,3,4,9 from seeing who
                  is logged in.. the thing above works to keep just guests from seeing it.

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