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Started by Bulakbol, January 28, 2008, 07:44:55 PM
Quote from: Bulakbol on January 17, 2009, 04:01:10 PMSorry, no. Not in SMF version 1.1.7 unless you give them permission to "Moderate forum members" and "Manage and assign membergroups" which is not recommended.
Quote from: Sabre™ on February 05, 2008, 01:03:17 AMBrilliant mod mate Thanks.I was wondering, if there is a way to have the groups based on post count, fall under one display member group. Such as members.eg. [Admin] [Global mod] [Moderator] [Members] <-- All other member groups.I ask this, as I have many membergroups, and have to keep increasing them as the members hit larger post counts.Your assistance would be greatly appreciated. If this cannot be done, then I thank you for taking the time to consider the thought.Thanks
<span class="smalltext">[' . implode('] [', $context['membergroups']) . ']</span>
<span class="smalltext">[' . implode('] [', $context['membergroups']) . '] ', $context['allow_memberlist'] ? ' [<a href="'. $scripturl. '?action=mlist">' . $txt . '</a>' : '', ']</span>
Quote from: Bulakbol on January 26, 2009, 07:12:17 PM@mrazaHere's your modified BoardIndex.template.php. Let me know if there's problem.
The Moderator membergroup is a special membergroup. Permissions and settings assigned to this group apply to moderators but only on the boards they moderate. Outside these boards they're just like any other member.
Quote from: Bulakbol on January 26, 2009, 02:47:05 PM@SandmansaDid you try the code I gave to Angie Of AKC?