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User Agreement Update

Started by Matthew K., January 03, 2012, 09:19:44 PM

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Eclipse16V

OK,
ich schreibe mal in Deutsch da die Google Übersetzung nicht so toll ist.

Nein, ich habe nur den FireFox verwendet. Wollte auch nicht mit anderen Browsern weiter testen da in meinen Foren FireFox am meisten genutzt wird. Ich hatte die Mod darauf hin auch wieder entfernt da ich auch nicht mehr in den Admin Bereich gekommen bin. Ich warte einfach mal ab was so die nächsten Updates bringen und mache mich mal bei mir auf die Suche nach der Mod welche da vielleicht Probleme machen könnte.
Danke trotzdem schon mal.
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Matthew K.

I'm sorry, but I only provide English support for my modifications, and in some cases Spanish.

Matthew K.

I did some further testing and was not able to replicate any of the described issues. I tested in multiple browsers.

WantSome

Hi Labradoodle

I've installed your mod on my test forum and although I've checked 'require re-agreement' it does not seem to apply the changes - when I log on as a normal user it does not ask me to re-agree to anything and I can play around on the forum as normal.  I've tried changing the settings, updating the agreement, trying different browsers and computers, but it still doesn't seem to require any re-agreement.

Is there an option somewhere that I've missed? 

Matthew K.

You must check "Require Re-Agreement" and change the user agreement in the same save for it to force the re-agreement.

Zuća

Quote from: WantSome on May 18, 2012, 01:51:09 PM
Hi Labradoodle

I've installed your mod on my test forum and although I've checked 'require re-agreement' it does not seem to apply the changes - when I log on as a normal user it does not ask me to re-agree to anything and I can play around on the forum as normal.  I've tried changing the settings, updating the agreement, trying different browsers and computers, but it still doesn't seem to require any re-agreement.

Is there an option somewhere that I've missed?

+1

@Labradoodle-360

not working

Matthew K.

What are the steps that you tried?

Zuća

Quote from: Labradoodle-360 on May 18, 2012, 06:40:26 PM
What are the steps that you tried?

check Require Re-Agreement
change yser agreement(etc. update)

- not working....pls check

WantSome

Quote from: Labradoodle-360 on May 18, 2012, 01:53:08 PM
You must check "Require Re-Agreement" and change the user agreement in the same save for it to force the re-agreement.

Thanks, Labradoodle.  I've tried that now and it is still not working.  When I log in under a different username it allows me to do anything I want on the forum without requiring me to re-agree.


Matthew K.

Quote from: WantSome on May 19, 2012, 05:44:19 AM
Quote from: Labradoodle-360 on May 18, 2012, 01:53:08 PM
You must check "Require Re-Agreement" and change the user agreement in the same save for it to force the re-agreement.

Thanks, Labradoodle.  I've tried that now and it is still not working.  When I log in under a different username it allows me to do anything I want on the forum without requiring me to re-agree.


Can you PM me a link and an admin account login please?

WantSome


Matthew K.

Received the PM, I will look into it more hopefully yet today.

WantSome

Hey Labradoodle

Did you manage to find time to check out the problem?  Let me know if there's any info you need.

Matthew K.

Nope, I've not had time yet. Thanks for the bump. Might want to bump again in about 24 hours.

Jade Elizabeth

Are you able to add a little signing field where the user has to enter their username/display name to accept? It doesn't need to store anything, just match their name in order to accept.
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Matthew K.

That'd be 'possible', but it'd take a little bit of reworking.

Jade Elizabeth

I had to ask cause I was advised to do that as it makes it legally binding LOL.
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Matthew K.

It should be legally binding how it is now...

Jade Elizabeth

Well yes and no. I can't remember how it was explained to me but essentially if it went to court it could be thrown out because "anyone" could have hit the checkbox and because it's not an "active" agreement. If they have to sign suddenly it's very clear who is signing and it's "active" because they actually have to sign it and participate in agreeing.
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Arantor

Correct, in most jurisdictions it is not really that binding, the reason most T&Cs are 'acceptable' via checkbox is because they're done late in the process of an order, when it is beyond reasonable doubt that it is the person who has made the order etc. who is agreeing to consent to the T&Cs.
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