Hide Attachs

Started by Kira_, March 25, 2022, 01:56:12 PM

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Kira_

Link to the mod

Restricts access to each individual attachment.

If the user is not in a group that is allowed to view the attachment, a warning about the unavailability of the attachment is displayed instead of the image or file name of the attachment.

When trying to download an attachment to which the user is denied access, an error message is displayed listing the groups to which access is allowed.
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I had some time and translated it, I'm catching up on my translations O:)!


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tratru

hi
an upgrade to the latest version is planned

-Rock Lee-

Quote from: tratru on January 30, 2023, 04:06:15 AMhi
an upgrade to the latest version is planned

It is already compatible with 2.1.x so you shouldn't have any problems but tell us what error you get.


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User2

It is not installed on version 2.1.4.
Error: The package you are trying to download or install is either corrupt or not compatible with this version of SMF.

Steve

It's not compatible with anything less than 2.1.x.
DO NOT pm me for support!

Diego Andrés

Quote from: User2 on November 08, 2023, 05:12:04 AMError: The package you are trying to download or install is either corrupt or not compatible with this version of SMF.
Emulate to install. In the package manager it will indicate you can install the package emulating 2.1.1

This is not updated but the info is still useful.
How can I install a mod that doesn't work in my SMF version?

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User2

In emulation mode, it shows an error.

Doug Heffernan

Quote from: User2 on November 13, 2023, 09:49:16 AMIn emulation mode, it shows an error.

You can add the edits for the filed file(s) manually.

User2

I'm just a user, I'm not a web programmer or an SMF developer, how do I know where and what changes to make?

Doug Heffernan

Quote from: User2 on November 13, 2023, 11:16:02 AMI'm just a user, I'm not a web programmer or an SMF developer, how do I know where and what changes to make?

You can see what changes need to be made and where by either clicking that post icon next to the Add Before text, or by parsing the mod and looking at the edits there.

If you are not comfortable with making edits yourself, you can put in a paid/free request at our Help Wanted board. Or you can start learning how to do it for yourself.

Kindred

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Украинi

Please do not PM, IM or Email me with support questions.  You will get better and faster responses in the support boards.  Thank you.

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User2

Quote from: Doug Heffernan on November 13, 2023, 11:22:21 AMOr you can start learning how to do it for yourself.
I'm busy with other things, of which I have a lot. I don't have the opportunity to study web programming.

Doug Heffernan

Quote from: User2 on November 13, 2023, 12:25:32 PMI'm busy with other things, of which I have a lot. I don't have the opportunity to study web programming.

I hear you. In that case, as mentioned previously, you can post for help at our Help Wanted (not for support) board.

User2

Let the developers write a solution to the problem in this topic. I asked a question in the topic that relates to this MOD.

Diego Andrés

The options would be
a) Author updating the MOD, this depends on the author availability or interest, everyone in here is just volunteering.
b) Using the parse to manually do the changes.

In this case since the author has not responded (yet), others are suggesting you to go route b.

Other than opening a new topic in that board Doug suggested, you could also attach said file for others to make the edit for you, so that your can upload it. However this implies three different situations:
a) Making the edit first, and then install the MOD with the error (it will skip it but you'd have it already).
b) Installing the MOD first, and then making the edit.
c) Editing the file to match what the instruction is looking for (looks like just a commented line), and then the MOD will install cleanly.

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