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In reply to: New Users Specify Password
I would say it possible with a plugin,
doesn’t exist one already?
bb_new_user()function is pluggable,
so you are able to write your own one.In reply to: bbPress 0.9 – plugin compatibility list
‘Admin Add Users’ works now.
There seems to be a problem with ‘Post Notification’ which will be fixed within the next days.
I’ll get to it
I just don’t have the time at the moment. sorry guys…In reply to: User Registration
The bbpress mail funcion is just something I can’t really understand. When I tried to use it with my favorite notification plugin I got some problems, so I decided to hardcode the mail-function into my plugin.
mail( $userdata->user_email, bb_get_option('name') . ':' . __('Notification'),
sprintf( $message, $topic->topic_title, get_user_name($bb_current_user->ID), get_topic_link($topic_id) ),
'From: ' . bb_get_option('admin_email') );
I just kept it simple there. Did someone of you try to hardcode the mailing into the registration function? Would be interesting to see if it works then?!In reply to: Is there a Post Preview Plugin?
Maybe someone could port the “Live Comment Preview” plugin from wordpress to bbpress.
Too bad I don’t have the time at the moment
Hmmm if I got it right, you mean the flickr Notification Style? Maybe it would be better to provide this as an extra plugin, because it would be a tooo big feature for mine (even in the upcoming, feature-loaded version )
The best posibility I can think of at the moment, is doing this with a cronjob, but not everyone has cronjobs on his webspace account. So the more simple version would be a visit-based cronjob…
Anybody in for this? Or should I get my hands dirty?
Or if you want it on front-page anyway, add something like
<?php if ( bb_current_user_can( 'edit_users' ) ) : ?>around the code.
Maybe do the following:
- Delete Plugin File & bb_online table in your database
- Download newest Version here:
- Upload the file…
Have you installed any other plugins?
Version of the plugin? bbpress version? Have you tried setting $mysql41 to false?
Very strange … can you provide an link to your forums? …In reply to: New Topic Notification
This is a good idea for an extended version.
I just came up with this quick change:
If a user activates it, he’ll receive an email on every new topic started on your forums. At this moment it won’t work together with the other notification plugins, so if you use this one, delete the other one.
Gonna have to make one plugin with the features of all three, configurable through admin panel… *dreaming*
Adding this feature to the plugin is currently not possible, I think this is something even more complex!In reply to: WP Integration – Slashes the root of all evil
In bbpress it is called ‘bb_init’ … do you mean this?
Hmm… I think I’m an egoistic programmer I just set my
$wherewith = instead of .= … I’ll change it.
Do you think this will fix it?In reply to: Since Last Visit plugin problem
Have you installed
Simple Onlinelist 1.4? Without this, the posts since last visit plugin wont work at the moment …
Download the updated beta version here:
It requires Onlinelist 1.4 to work!!
As requested in another thread here, If you want to indicate new posts with an icon next to the topic do it this way:
<?php if ($topic->topic_time > view_since_last_visit_user()) : ?>
DISPLAY IF NEW
<?php else : ?>
DISPLAY IF NOT NEW
<?php endif; ?>
add this in front of you topic title.
At the moment the topic still stay “new” even if you’ve already seen it, till the next visit. Gonna fix this in next version.
I know what you want. I think doing it the css way is the easyest way at the moment!
My Plugin will be some view type, yes… but I just imagine that your idea could be added to it, too! Just gimme a bit time
I’m already into development with such a plugin.
Yes, as Trent mentioned it’s called “Posts since last visit”.
But at the moment it won’t work because of an update on the onlinelist plugin and some small bugs… but I think it won’t take much time anymore till I’m getting it finished. Stay tuned …
Yeah .. the update resets all online-times to zero. Sorry for this! If they login the next time everything will be fine…
In future versions it will show visitors, too! But at the moment I can’t say when this will be implemented…
Hehe … I just had to much time since my last post. So here we go:
Simply copy it into your
/my-plugins/Directory and you should see a new Submenu item under Users called
Any Feedback is welcome
At the moment the keymaster can’t do this. I donno if it will be added to the core features later?!
If someone else hasn’t started working on something like this, I’ll make a plugin for this, think this would be a nice little feature.In reply to: template function list
Maybe doing it the wiki-way?
As I know there is no list aviable at the moment.In reply to: Posts to appear in Descending order
You mean ascending? ^^
It think currently this can only be done by hardcoding. Look at
functions.phparound line 44-66 and you can change
$bb_last_countable_query = "SELECT * FROM $bbdb->topics $where ORDER BY topic_time DESC LIMIT $limit";
$bb_last_countable_query = "SELECT * FROM $bbdb->topics $where ORDER BY topic_time ASC LIMIT $limit";
But then every post-listing will be ordered as ascending.
This is the only way I can figure out at the moment…In reply to: Time management needs a lot of care