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Started by Valodim, September 21, 2005, 10:38:43 AM

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This is a mod for advanced users, geeks, miranda-users, wannabe-omniscient admins and those who are willing to spend half an hour of their time to try this new and most comfortable way of getting forum notifies. :)

This mod allows the user to have an udp packet sent to a specified ip, the account's most recent ip, or a (dynamic) hostname, instead of a mail. Combined with NotifyAnything, one of Miranda's most useful plugins, this provides instant onscreen notification.

for more information, see here (this is linked in one of the helptopics too, because it's too much to describe)

here's a screenshot of the notification dialogue:

this is a beta and may contain bugs. enjoy anyways :P

J. Williams

Very good valodim,another great mod. I can't do any bug tests sorry,i'm still fixing my smf board
Joshua Jon Williams
Back in Action.

Ivan Minic

What about 1.0.5 compatibility?


didn't test that. I'll add 1.1RC1 compatibility today, but I don't plan to make a version for 1.0.5... :-\

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SMF1.1RC1 compatibility! :D

took a look at smf105 also, but the notification got quite some improvements (for example, choose which types of events to notify), guess you'll have to update :(


6.     Execute Modification     ./Sources/ManagePermissions.php     Test failed

SMF 1.1rc1 anyoen know why?


!!Error with Package Install

At least one error was encountered during a test installation of this package. It is strongly recommended that you do not continue with installation unless you know what you are doing, and have made a backup very recently. This error may be caused by a conflict between the package you're trying to install and another package you have already installed, an error in the package, a package which requires another package that you don't have installed yet, or a package designed for another version of SMF.

6. Execute Modification ./Sources/ManagePermissions.php Test failed


that's strange, worked for me. I'll try it again with a more fresh smf installation as soon as I have some spare time. :(

J. Williams

Causes of problems

- Conflicting mod
- Wrong smf
- I don't know
Joshua Jon Williams
Back in Action.


Most likely it's something minor, like one too many or one too few spaces someplace.

Also, if you're using the XML format for this mod, make sure you put the code to search for / add on its own line and that there are no extra spaces before the ]]>
Michael Eshom
Christian Metal Fans


Valodim you think you could make it 1.0.5 capatible please i am not good at mods and redoing them. Or if some1 else already changed it for 1.0.5 then can you pelase give me the files thx.



you are making really good and hard mods but you dont take care of them often. like this mod, its one of its kind but only for rc2.

most people using 1.1.3 now.
so come on man. help us please.


The "For more information" link's dead, too.

Oh, well, I won't bother, then.