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Remove Child Boards

Started by S3NTYN3L, January 15, 2011, 12:25:04 PM

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Think of it like this

I. Parent(Main) Board (set to hide all sub-boards from main page)
   A. sub-board 1 of I  ( will show newest post on last post on boardindex ....)
   B. sub-board 2 of I ( will show newest post on last post on boardindex ....)
        1. sub-board of B (will not show posts on last post in boardindex, which is smf default)

Simplified, the answer to your question is Yes.


Last question then I'll drop it.

On the board index, when there is a new post in the parent board, there is a 'new post' icon to the left of the board name.
If there is no new post in the parent board, there is a 'no new post' icon.

If there are new posts in the sub board but not in the parent board, will that 'new post' icon show?

And I do understand what you're saying about the newest post to the right of the board name. :)
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Yes since the mod just hides the content, the whole 'new icon' thing is still worked out in the meantime.
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When I try to install this mod to 2.0.12 I get an error saying that this mod is either corrupted or incompatible.
At least these 16 (getting more???)steps must be completed for SMF2.1 Final.
Last Full Version: 2.0 Final released more than 10 years ago on 20110604

QUOTE OF Aleksi "Lex" Kilpinen: "That version is old enough to go to school itself."
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This mod will work for version 2.0.12. Take a look at this link which will show you how to install a mod for a different version- http://wiki.simplemachines.org/smf/How_can_I_install_a_mod_that_doesn't_work_in_my_SMF_version