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Started by M-DVD, December 03, 2008, 10:18:25 AM
Quote from: M-DVD on December 10, 2008, 08:12:08 PMQuote from: AlenNS on December 10, 2008, 09:50:43 AMTo bad. Great mod but I can't use it like this. My members complained for this bug.Hi.That "bug" is not "bug". And if it were, then it would not be of this MOD. Imagine:1 .- You do not have installed this MOD.2 .- A member changes the latest message in a topic, and add any text. (which is how it should happen, and not Flood).3 .- Will continue topic mark as topic read. Not display sign of new post or icon, nothing (whether it is used or not used this MOD).So always happens in SMF. Then, no is bug of this MOD. Nor would it be a feature of this MOD; modify the last post, is something that always happens.-- I made a code that fixes this, but I'm testing.
Quote from: AlenNS on December 10, 2008, 09:50:43 AMTo bad. Great mod but I can't use it like this. My members complained for this bug.
Quote from: M-DVD on November 29, 2008, 01:05:33 PMOh, you're winning.
QuoteI admit that he had not noticed that "Double Post Merge" also Merge automatically, only manually with buttom.
QuoteTaking into account the above:1.- My MOD, Merge DoublePost automatically; and the other MOD, Merge DoublePost with a button in the Display.template. And the user chose what would most like.2.- Moreover (and very important), that MOD was apparently "Not Avaible any more / not active development". And my MOD (a MOD with 'different function' and method) was going to take development.
QuoteAfter your clarification:1.- I can only say that my MOD is much lighter, and much more compatible with the code already has the Forum.(does not seem sufficient)
Quote from: AlenNS on December 11, 2008, 11:08:56 AMBut, without mod, when someone edit their own message "new" button shows like there is a new message, in message index.If you could make a code that would be great!
Quote from: Nao 尚 on December 14, 2008, 04:00:46 AMM-DVD,This is the last PM I sent you on November 29. It went unanswered, and I didn't think of looking for news about your mod.I don't know why you weren't interested in merging both our mods, which seems only logical, considering the point of the mods themselves.Therefore -- I'm asking again, and re-sending the PM below.
Quote from: Nao 尚 on December 14, 2008, 04:00:46 AM...Yes. I was thinking, if Din is still not willing to take over, since he pretty much "gave me" the MDP mod, maybe we could work on it together? (Not RIGHT NOW, though... I'm busy working on Aevac!! )...Which is why I PMed you I figured it would be too bad to waste your time on a mod, and we should team up on improving it or something!
Quote from: ディン1031 on June 11, 2005, 04:54:02 PMNot Avaible any more, it's free for everyone else to create a mod like this.
Quote from: M-DVD on December 14, 2008, 12:14:53 PMSorry for not responding.
QuoteOh, good idea, but, the MOD was already done, and "it was too not late to waste time on a mod."
QuoteYes, this MOD, but, who has it in charge?.
QuoteCongratulations, the Aevac MOD is very good. Good work.
Quote from: Nao 尚 on December 15, 2008, 10:31:41 AMYeah, well, I have no problem with you using code from MDP to improve your own mod, rather than the other way around.I don't want an extra mod to maintain. I already have enough work with two big ones I just thought it would be too bad not to see this good code (both from Din and I) put to use.
Quote from: Nao 尚 on December 15, 2008, 10:31:41 AM...- I quickly became an addict- I made a few more changes, month after month,- One day I decided to "give back", and posted my SMF 2.0 version of MDP to a Charter Member topic, and also shared all of my code changes ...
Quote from: Nao 尚 on December 15, 2008, 10:31:41 AMSo now it's up to you
Quote from: KameL on December 16, 2008, 03:26:39 AMEnglish text:Mods, please don't delete this post, it's a bug report! I wrote it on spanish because my english is not good. The Mod owner speaks spanish, so, he can understand me. Thanks.Spanish text:Hola M-DVD! Excelente mod!Te comento que encontré un error en los archivos de traducción, para ser mas específicos en los siguientes archivos:...
Quote from: AlenNS on December 16, 2008, 10:47:56 AMM-DVD I've pm you couple a days ago.On my forum the result is same. No new button at all.
Quote from: M-DVD on December 16, 2008, 12:29:03 PM1.- User1: Create Topic.2.- User2: Post a reply.3.- User1: go to topic and See the Reply, and Retorn to index.4.- User2: Modify his reply.5.- User1: Refresh Message Board, and...
Quote from: mark7144 on December 17, 2008, 06:13:41 AM1.1.7On my forum, when the user manually edits their post it will tell other users that the topic has a new post. Your mod does not do this and therefore I consider it a major flaw. This issue has to be considered a bug in your mod because it is a normal part of SMF software that fails to work when your mod is installed. Unfortunately, I must disable your mod until this is fixed.
Quote from: mark7144 on December 17, 2008, 06:13:41 AMIt would be nice if you could have a feature that allows the admin to choose for the last post to be used for merging rather than the first, this would mean a new reply will always show. Some of us don't care that the topic is bumped because for many of us, people who double post are not doing it for that purpose.
Quote from: M-DVD on December 17, 2008, 10:49:58 PMDo you want an option "AutoBUMP" when Merge the Posts?
Quote from: M-DVD on December 16, 2008, 09:40:13 AMOk, and Thanks.I wouldn't have use a code of others, without Permission Direct.And if it is done, would give them their due credit. If you want to do, we could talk best and more details.
QuoteCan someone tell me how to set the bump time in hours rather than days?
// Allow Bump? if (time() >= ($modSettings['AutoMergePost_time'] * 86400 + $row['posterTime'])) return;
Quote from: netoya on December 18, 2008, 04:50:18 AMI think you can do it manualy in Sources/Subs-Post.php
Quote from: mark7144 on December 18, 2008, 04:44:33 AMHi Nao, why are stalking me?
QuoteI didn't realise that you have a Double Post mod as well, what is the difference between this one and yours?
Quote from: Nao 尚 on December 18, 2008, 06:05:58 AMit uses the last post's ID instead of the first post's, it adds a nice little [mergedate] tag that says (translated to the current viewer's language) "originally posted on..." or whatever you want (you can style it, as default it has a small font with dimmed color, and an horizontal dashed bar... I like how I made it look like.), and you can also choose the default minimum time below which double posts are automatically (in seconds), etc, etc...