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Started by niko, May 23, 2009, 01:02:36 AM
<modification format="xml" type="file" reverse="true">install-rc2.xml</modification>
<modification format="xml" type="file" reverse="true">install.xml</modification>
Quote from: Kolya on March 17, 2010, 07:00:22 PMHere's one more suggestion for Post History:When writing a post I would like to be able to set a bit in the [Additional Options...] that makes the history of this post visible for everyone.That way I could show the history eg of a FAQ, to users who generally aren't allowed to see post histories.And a user who gets accused of having edited out some important part of his post (it happens) could then retroactively set this bit and show the history of his post to anyone.
Quote from: dvk01 on April 21, 2012, 12:37:27 PMit is a great mod but where can I get the image for the post history that should show in core features all I get < forum name>/Themes/default/images/admin/feature_posthistory.png (this file doesn't exist )
Quote from: Old Fossil on April 21, 2012, 12:38:19 PMHave you checked the default theme to see if it shows there?
Quote from: bugstomper on June 11, 2012, 06:03:09 PMNiko, I've been looking for a way to have a permissions setting that would allow a user to edit their posts but hold the edits for moderation before making them visible. The part that I thought would be hard about it is that it would require multiple versions of a post to exist in the database, a current post and a draft that is being held for approval.It occurs to me that your mod has solved the multiple version problem. Do you think it would be possible to add a feature that when someone edits a post they might have a permission setting that makes the latest version that they have edited not visible, and have that show up in the version history and a moderator having the ability to make the latest version visible?The purpose of this is to have a way to prevent spammers who sign up for a new account, post normal looking messages, then come back to edit them to add spam to their messages. Holding the edits for approval is sometimes better than completely blocking the ability to edit posts.