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Regular groups override post count groups

Started by Jue, December 20, 2010, 01:21:45 PM

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Jue

On my website, I use the SimplePortal plugin. It has a staff list, which is located on the left.

Currently, when I add someone as a board moderator, their post count group is show. However, I would like this to say "Board Moderator" instead. Any ideas?

Kindred

if they are a moderators only on a specific board, then their group will be moderator ONLY on that board.
(i.e. moderator is not actually a global group)

You can create a group called "board moderators" with no special global permissions to place those users into...
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Jue

There is a group called "Staff" the users are in there but it still shows their post count group.

Kindred

yes, it shows both....


you can turn OFF the post-count based groups
smf admin > Current theme >  Hide post group titles for grouped members:
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Jue

That didn't work. It still shows the post count group.

www.totaltechtalk.co.uk

On the left, it shows 4 members of staff. 2 admin, 2 board moderators. It shows their post count group.

Kindred

Oh... that's some sort of SimplePortal block....       It appears that block may not be coded fully compliant with the forum settings...    I'd suggest asking in the simpleportal support thread since it's not actually a forum-code issue....
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