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[r] Thread Prefixes
#1
MyBB Version: MyBB 1.2.*
New Settings: 3 [ New Group : Thread With Prefix Settings ]
New Templates: 1 [ newthread_twt_tags ]
DB Changes: 0
File Changes: 0
Files: 2
  • ./admin/twt.php
  • ./inc/plugins/twt.php
  • ./inc/plugins/upgrade_twt.php
Images: 2
  • ./images/ok_sign.gif
  • ./images/delete.gif
Install:
  • Upload ./inc/plugins/twt.php into your ./inc/plugins/ folder
  • Upload ./images/ content in your ./images/ folder
  • Upload ./admin/twt.php into your ./admin/ folder
  • Go to your PluginManager and Activate the "Thread With Prefix" Plugin.Plugin.
Settings:
  • Possibility to add prefixes ? [YesNo]
  • Format of the Prefix. Default : [ {tag} ]
  • Setting where you can fill in FIDs where tags MUST be used.
What:
- ACP Side
* Possibility to add prefixes to your threads; you can set them per usergroup and per forum.
* New link in your ACP - Forums - Thread Prefix Setup
- UserSide
* When you create a thread it checks if there are any tags for your usergroup, if so ... it will create a dropdown where you can select one.
* After submitting your thread it will come up like this [ {selected_tag} ] {thread_subject} .
Sceenshot:
[Image: twt_new.jpg]
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[Image: twt_add.jpg]
Tested On: MyBB 1.2.13
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Update:
If you have v1.0; reupload ./inc/plugins/twt.php and upload ./inc/plugins/update_twt.php; ( v2.0b package! ) go to your pluginmanager and activate the update module. Once activated succesfully; the new setting has been created. You can now deactivate the update module and delete it.

Update:
v3.0 has the option to edit tags on the editpost page. If you have a previous version (=> v2.0b; if you have still 1.0 do the other upgrade first), upload the update_twt.php file and activate it ... then overwrite the ./inc/plugins/twt.php file


Attached Files
.zip   Less than 1 minute ago">ThreadWithTag v2.0b.zip (Size: 9.19 KB / Downloads: 80)
.zip   Less than 1 minute ago">ThreadWithTag v3.0.zip (Size: 16.88 KB / Downloads: 192)
#2
Funny I was thinking about making this.
#3
Have it for quiet a while now =P Since 25-11-2007 to be exactly Wink
Gonna build in more 'checks'; when no groups or forums are selected and stuff, when i find the time.
#4
I didn't think this would be needed on my site, but then it hit me that it could come in handy where members either want to discuss a story, post a link to a story or just post an excerpt. This would make it easier for everyone to know what was in each thread. Cool!
#5
Thread prefixes are also great for support areas and buy,sell,trade sections too.
#6
Hmm...when you edit a post in one of the selected forums that doesn't have a tag, it doesn't give you the option to add one. Guess I'll have to manually go through and add them...works great otherwise. Big Grin
#7
Yeah some asked for that too =P Also when you edit a post that already has a prefix; why can't i select another one ? Well; cause i think it aint necessary =P You can manually change it quicker than with coding =P
#8
You're such a chameleon, Lex! People ask for something, and you can whip it out in a second, but you're such a stickler for other things! LOL Tongue
#9
Thanks, awesome mod

If i can suggest small things:
* (In my mind) prefix shouldn't be shown on index page, it's should be hidden.
* Allow prefix edit within edit thread.
* [TAG] shouldn't be link able.

(in general: tag shouldn't be attached into the title, it's should be {tag} {thread})

Thanks again. Smile
#10
* Why? And since i don't share your opinion => no;
* No; you can change it manually faster as with coding (second time)
* Wth? Its part of the threadtitle.


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